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DCR university of Science & Technology offers MTech Nd PhD course in Materials Science & Nanotechnology. 

 at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES),dehradun  B.Tech. Material Science Engineering (Specialization in Nano Technology)   http://www.upes.ac.in/btech-mat-science.html#

Departnent of Nanotechnology at School of Emerging Technologies, Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Punjab offers PhD, Mtech (2-yr course), Mtech (5-yr integrated dual degree) in Nanotechnology with faculty with experience at international level and state of the art infrastructure for the Research Labs.
web: sggswu.org/nanotech.php

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Amity University - Noida

Karunya University -Coimbatore

Anna University - Chennai

VIT- Vellore

Madras University - Chennai

SRM University - Chennai

JNTU - Hyderabad

Sastra University - Tanjavore

These are just few universities... but if you want complete list with all the details, admission dates and eligibility. You will have to read The Handbook on Nano Education in India brought out by Nano Digest. This is handbook for all those you intend to learn about nanotech education in India.

If you want the handbook, write to nanohandbooks@gmail.com

check IITGuwahati

http://www.iitg.ac.in/nano/

hi, since i am also an undergraduate in the stream of nanotechnology from amity institute of nanotechnology, i would definitely recommend my institute for studying nanotechnology.    the following courses are available in my institute:- b.tech, b.tech+m.tech dual, msc m.tech 

ANNA UNIVERSITY-TRICHY

http://nanoautt.weebly.com

VIT Vellore is providing a Masters program in Nano Technology headed by Dr. J.P. RAINA; Its a great place, if you want to be a researcher in Nano domain;

The best place in India to study Nanotechnology is
Centre for Converging Technologies (CCT), University of Rajasthan (UOR), Jaipur, India.

Nanotechnology itself is no technology. The applications of quantum science and nanoscale phenomena when applied to a broader range of areas like chemistry, biology, biomedical engg., information technology, cognitive and neurosciences, etc. culminates in several technologies and concepts which fall under the umbrella of Nanotechnology.

So, if you are looking to study nanotechnology at a place where you can acquire knowledge and hands-on skills in a broader spectrum of areas (which would open up myriad opportunities for your future research work), then CCT, UOR is the place for you!

Further you could specialize in one of the four streams offered at CCT-

1. Nanotehcnology and Nanomaterials
2. Biotechnology and Bioinformatics
3. Information and Communication Technology
4. Cognitive and Neurosciences

This diverse curriculum is very challenging and incoming students are chosen after rigorous scrutiny. Once you are in, the excellent faculty and constructive learning environment makes the challenging curriculum easy to pursue and much fun! CCT is truly amazing!

CCT graduates are highly valued all over the globe. Most of the CCT graduates are pursuing research in the premier Indian research institutes like IISc, IIT's, NIMHANS, CSIR- NCL, NPL, CSIRO, etc. Nearly a quarter of CCT graduates are pursuing research at premier institutes in USA, UK, Italy, Israel, Ireland etc. A few graduates have taken up entrepreneurship and have started up their own companies, some nanotechnology based companies while others in Information Technology business. Others have joined multinational companies working in R&D. The success that these students have achieved has created a demand for CCT graduates in academia and in industry. So if you are also awaiting a shining career in Nanotechnology, CCT is the place to start off at.

CCT also has collaborations with world renowned institutions like RMIT, Australia and USC, Los Angeles, USA. This gives you the opportunity to collaborate with the best of the best for your nanotechnology research.

For further information, you may want to visit- http://www.uniraj.ac.in/cct/index.php

You may also contact at-

Director,
Centre for Converging Technologies
University of Rajasthan Campus
JLN Marg
Jaipur 302004

Contact No:  0141-2700370, 2700358
Email Id:-  ashok.nagawat@gmail.com
                   cct.uniraj@gmail.com
                   cct@uniraj.ernet.in

where ever you study nanotechnology but first check the value of course. I had completed my M.Sc. Nanotechnology Material Science with first rank from Maharaja University of Baroda. but no carrier no placements. I had joined PhD at CARUSAT university. 

Hi Dhaval,

Well firstly, nanotechnology is a research field, so cannot expect a career/ job in nano industry right after our masters, considering nano industry in India is still in budding stage;  But, Ph.D. is a right choice for nano; May be in this decade, we would see a lot of opportunities for nano graduates.

KSR College of Technology offering M.Tech -Nanoscience and Technology (Anna University)

www.nanotech.ksrct.ac.in

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