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DAVIET College in punjab jalandhar under punjab technical university also offering M.tech IN NANOTECHNOLOGY, punjab university in chandigarh

HI THIS IS PRUDHVI FORM NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY ALSO OFFERING INTEGRATED M.sc NANO TECHNOLOGY...............

MY ID prudhvirajcherry@gmail.com

It would be good if members could also post a web link pointing to the course, the lab, and the research institute if any. That would authenticate the claims of being a good program.

The insitiute Nano Science and technology consortium(NSTC)is situated in India which offers a wide variety of nanotechnoloy programs.....................

May be this institute can guide you properly..................All of the programs are online and cost effective........

You can contact them through:-

gian@nstc.in

http://www.nstc.in

Even in SASTRA UNIVERSITY M.Tech Medical Nanotechnology(5 yrs integrated) is available and im doing ma final year n tat course of study ....www.sastra.edu

Centre for converging technologies,university of rajasthan ,jaipur
offers M.tech in nanotech

SRM University In India (Campus Located At Kattanklathur, Chennai, Tamilnadu)

University Provides Courses like

B.Tech (Nanotecnology)-Duration 4 years

M.Tech(Nanotechnology)-Duration 2 Years

M.S By Research In Nanotechnology 3 Years

Ph.D In Nanotechology-(3-5 years)

Infrastructure/ Lab facilities:

                The Nanotechnology Research Center (NRC) at SRM University has been well equipped with the recent sophisticated equipments of

1.Scanning Force/Probe Microscopy (SPM/SFM), along with Magnetic/Electric Force Microscopy (MFM), Conductive Force Microscopy (CFM),

2.Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM),

3.Physical Vapor Phase deposition (PVD),

4.Electron Beam Deposition,

5.Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Phase Deposition (PECVD),

6.Langmuir-Blodgett film technique,

7.X-Ray Diffractometer,

8.low and high field emission scanning electron microscopes and other accessories.

9.Data analysis and modelling can be performed at the advanced level.

For futher Info cick on this weblink

http://www.srmuniv.ac.in/engineering.php?page=nanotechnology

IIT-M and B,CSIR Labs(selected labs), IISC, JNCASR bangalore, Anna University,Delhi University, etc.

centre for converging technologies, university of rajasthan provides a 5 year integrated b.tech - m.tech course in the field of nanotechnology

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