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Where to study nanotech as pg course after mechanical engineering?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tony Mathew Oct 29, 2009. 4 Replies

Please give me details of any colleges in world where they have pg courses after mechanical engineering.If possible fees structure along with if any scholarships are available or not.?

 

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"thnk u so mch 4 ur valuable points...i wil surely luk in2 it..i wil pass out by 2010 may-june..so makin arrangements frm nw itself...so once again thnk u so mch...pls let me knw if u ve more valuable suggestions...."
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"For the fees structure and the scholarships, a little homework from you is required :). But I must warn you that scholarships are not that good in the US. For example, the University of Minnesota has clearly mentioned in their website that graduate…"
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"If you are interested in the Bio Medical side, you can check out the M.Tech. in Nanotechnology offered by the Amrita University, Kochi campus, Kerala. You can also check out JNCASR, NIT Calicut, IITs and IISc. I've heard that Amity University…"
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Please give me details of any colleges in world where they have pg courses after mechanical engineering.If possible fees structure along with if any scholarships are available or not.?
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"Hi friends... I am a final year mechanical engineering student in Kerala,India.I am interested in doing masters in nano materials..Which college should i look for and would i get a scholarship of any sort??"
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Hello Sir , Plz send me contact details n ur no. @ shivam.ece.juit@gmail.com need to talk to you regarding Nano Science
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