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I would advise people to make their decisions regarding the courses. If you are interested in more of an experimental research, see that the institute has a good lab facility. If you are interested in theoretical nanosciences, faculty's profile is very important.
Kuvempu University, Shankaraghatta, Karnataka is offering a two year M Tech programme in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. Funding for the same is from DST. Bharat. A monthly stipend of Rs 5000 also provided.

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Amity University (B.Tech,M.Tech,Dual degree, Msc), Noida
IISC Bangalore
JNCASR Bangalore
IIT Madras
IIT Bombay
I would like to know job prospectus after completing nanotechnology courses. Is it easy to find job after finshing this course. what about campus selection.
what about campus placement in this course
Actually still at there r no placements for nanotechnology in india .For these you must do Phd that to in abroad there are many companies and government funded projcets available.
Dear Everyone,
Karunya University, Coimbatore offers,

M.Tech (By Research) in Nanotechnology and
M.Sc in Nanoscience and technology (Integrated Course, 5 years )
Dear friends,

If u go through the talk of Sir Richard Feymann, You can dream abt Nano...

This four letter word ll bring pleasure as u think..

With Facilities point of view, SASTRA Univ, Tanjore is good..

VIT- Not bad... SRM too

Government Univ ll be good to carry out your research,,,, Characterization plays a vital role in Nano hence opt for Univ which has all Characterization techniques...
The K.S.Rangasamy college of Technology, Tiruchengode Offering M.E. in Nano technology,
To study M.Sc., Materials Science & Nanotechnology
A dedicated department in south india is

Department of Materials Science & Nanotechnology
Yogi Vemana University
Kadapa - 516 003
Andra Pradesh
dude do you think VIT is advibsle
I dont known that there nanotechnology in VIT.If you want to do Phd or M.Tech go for JNCASR or IIsc

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