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hii this is jaswanth... i`m interested in doing m.tech in nanoscience.....so how`z the course in srm?

Almost all the IITs/IISERs.Central university of Jharkhand conducts B.Tech.

Almost all university[Chemistry/Bio/Physics,Mechanical,Electrical,E&C,Departments] offer PhD Programm.

Amity University was the first to start nanotechnology program.

Also remember,it is not about doing something different or fancy.Job prospects are limited because of non-acceptance of the technology by Industry .It is gaining momentum now but will take time.

If you are planning to take up the course  realize its applications and work place you are supposed to get.

Salary and jobs MAY be not par excellence to IT.

If you have command over basic scinces[physics/chemitrsy/bio/computer] and have the patience to go upto PHD,an execellent future is waiting for you.Be techie also in making decision.

Best wishes!!

Hello friends

 University Of Rajasthan offering B.Tech/M.Tech integrated course in Nanotechnology and Nanomaterial.

This is A+ University

If you are talking about the NAAC grading, then this A+ isn't valid anymore. This means that the university hasn't applied for a reevaluation after the expiry of the 5 year validity of the grade.
u can also go to BIT mesra in ranchi(india) it is giving M.Tech in nanoscience & nanotechnology
its form wil me available 4m May
its website is www.bitmesra.ac.in
u can also see the IIT bombay website
can anyone suggest me a place to do project internship in nanotechnology in India

NIT Kurukshetra was the first to start M.Tech in Nanotechnology in north India.

lLog on to www.nitkkr.ac.in

hi

"Center for converging technology" department of "University of Rajasthan" offering [Int.] M.Tech in naotechnology, a five year program(B.Tech+M.tech).

you could try to apply to IITs, and also Amity university. It might be difficult if you are doing your bachelor program, unless you have enough background courses taken during your studies.
Panjab University, Chandigrah, India offers M.tech Nanoscience and Nanotechnology two years course. This course is practical oriented and students undergo projects from NPL, CSIO, IIT etc... and admission is thru' OCET entrance test conducted by Panjab University itself and GATE qualified candidates can also apply...
Amity University Noida offers Btech, Mtech and Msc Nanotech programmes

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