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hi i am utra anna university to study for M.Tech Nano Technology
check 2010 may issue of Nano Digest magazine with topic Education – A look at what is being offered and who is leading this segment

http://www.nanodigestmag.com/
I am doing my Mtech in nanotechnology from Sathyabama Univ, Chennai. We are persuing the couse based on nanoelectronics
Karunya University ,Coimbatore , Tamil Nadu is offering M.Tech and 5year integrated Msc Nanotechnolgy course

www.karunya.edu
SRM university,chennai is one of the best colleges for studying nanotechnology. It offers B.tech as well as M.Sc in Nanotechnology. It has a well equipped nanotech Lab.
Guys you can study Nanotechnology at SRM University which indeed has a very good research facility.
They offer btech nanotechnology and MS nanotechnology and also integrated programs.

Will be happy to solve any querries regarding admission criterion, cutoffs, next admission cycle, course stucture, alumni experiences for the course etc.
you can reach me at rahul@accendere.co.in Please provide your contact number in the mail.

Regards,
The best in India are
IIT-B- MS by Research, PhD
IISc - MS by Research, PhD
JCCAR - PhD
VIT - MTech, MS by Research, PhD
Amity Univ - MSc by Research, MTech, MSc-Mtech dual degree
Delhi Univ - Mtech
SRM Univ - Btech
CUSAT - MSc
Bharathiyar Univ - MTech
in 'Nanotechnology' and 'Nanoscience and Nanotechnology'
Hi!
how is your course and its contents?
Research oriented and promoted ?
I'm doing MS by Research in Nanoelectronics at VIT University
hello sir,
i'm doing 2nd yr MS by Research in Nanoelectronics at VIT University, Vellore.
i would very much like to pursue my PhD in Nanoelectronics after my MS
pl. give me suggestions and guide me
Anna university Chennai,
Anna University of Technology-Tiruchirappalli,
Anna University of Technology-Coimbatore,
Amrita Visvavidyalayam-Coimbatore,
Sastra University-Tanjavur
Periyar maniyammai University-Tanjavur
VIT University-Vellore
SRM University-Chennai,
Amity University-Noida,
JNTU-Hyderabad,
Kuvempu University-Shimoga
offers M.Tech Nano Science& Technology courses
May be this information will help you
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You got the name of my university wrong. It is Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, not Amrita Viswa Vidyalayam. And it offers the course in Kochi, not in Coimbatore. It is more of medicine based.

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