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alagappa university website address is www.alagappauniversity.ac.in
Hullo members,
SRM University, Chennai, India is offering MS in nanoscience and nanotechnology. I am pursuing my first year MS in SRM University. I am basically a biotechnologist. If anybody needs any information regarding it, contact me via email or phone.
e-mail: roshan.chandra22@gmail.com
Cell: +919840524730
The link to the university site is: srmuniv.ac.in
Undergraduate courses are also on offer. The degree is B.Tech (Nanoscience and nanotechnology). Just let me know if you want any information about our lab and what we are working on.
Many universities, small colleges and some companies in India have started offering degrees in nanotechnology. Which university/college/company in India has all the essential infrastructure for nanotechnology research? Which university/college/company has experienced or qualified staff in nanotechnology?

Thanks in Advance.
hi NANOians,
pls go through vit.ac.in..
VIT is offering M.Tech. in nanotech....... concentrating on nanophotonics n nanoelectronics.....
one f the best one lab in india .....
Hi friends,

Its welcoming to search for studies on nanotechnology. But make sure about the infrastructure and LAB facilities with all Nano Particle Characterization equipments availability in that particular institute before you get admission. This is my sincere and kind advice. Because some of the institutes shows off..just to make business without spending/ investing money to facilitate this advanced study.

Best wishes to all of our friends...cheers
I go with what Siva says. I believe most of the institutions don't have enough lab facilities. They concentrate more on theory. We must be careful of what institution we choose.

I am a student of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham(University), Kollam and I believe that our Cochin campus has a centre for excellence in Nanoscience. THe M.Tech. offered there has an inclination towards stem cell research, nano fluidics and so on.

I heard that Amity is good too.

Also check out JNCASR.

Thanks.
hi,
nice decision...
bt in Amrita, as per my best knowledge its related medicinal nanotech.. so if ur bakgrnd is related to that thn u cn go that wil b goood fr u.....
nit calicut, kerala
add iisc bangalore and iit bombay
the continent is Asia and the country India. Please check its website through google for further details.
SASTRA University CENTAB is doing a great job.People can check out.Then AMRITA then TNAU,Coimbatore

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