Which is better: M.Tech ECE (full-time) or M.Tech ECE (part-time)?

0 441 Views | Posted 8 years ago
Asked by Jaskaran kumar

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    Suni K | Guide-Level 14

    7 years ago
    If you are employed and do not wish to take a break from routine job chores at least till the completion of the course and cannot manage loss of income for two years, then a part time course is advisable. For a fresher, a regular course is always advisable.
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    Aakriti Khare

    2 years ago
    Absolute Zero Value !
    Don't even try to get into a part-time M.E. / M.Tech course. The Central government body AICTE which looks after technical education aspects and frames guidelines for technical education in India never approves of such a course.
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    anu v | Contributor-Level 6

    8 years ago
    Hi Jaskaran,
    In regards to your question, whether there is any difference in Correspondence and Regular course, i would say it varies from one subject to the other also from one degree to the other. However in general a course through distance learning does not have as much value as the regular one so if you can do a regular course, it would hold a lot of importance and thus be a much better option. The acceptability and recognition of a full time course is higher in industry and the long term career gains are good. Correspondence courses are ideally meant for those who are working and cannot leave their jobs to further their education
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