Raghavendran T E replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanotech in India?
"the continent is Asia and the country India. Please check its website through google for further details."
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanotech in India?
"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."
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanotech in India?
"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."
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanotech in India?
"I think people understand it. Lets not make a big fuss out of this."
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanotech in India?
"Your query has been discussed in this forum. Please read through the pages."
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanotech in India?
"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."
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E replied to Raghavendran T E's discussion Comparison... your comments please...
"I wanted to know the differences between the two courses and which one is really good for Ph.D"
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanotech in India?
"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…"
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanotech in India?
"The School of Medicine at Amrita University in Kochi, Kerala, offers a M.Tech. in Nanotechnology related to the biological fields."
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E left a comment on NANOPOSTER 2018 - 8th Virtual Nanotechnology Poster Conference
"The graphs are very bad. I can't make out anything inside. Please re-upload with higher resolution images."
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanosciences? - NanoQuestion of the week
"You can share the course structure. The website says nothing about the course. Somanathan Thirunavukkarasu said:
You can study your nanoscience course in Asia (India) in Vels University, pallavaram, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India.
www.velsuniv.ac.in"
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanosciences? - NanoQuestion of the week
"That's a good one. It also lists companies and research institutes working in nano areas. Maksym Plakhotnyuk said:
http://www.nanowerk.com/nanotechnology/nanotechnology_degrees.php"
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanosciences? - NanoQuestion of the week
"I guess we should have a nice google spreadsheet (read only) where we list the universities and the nano (and micro) postgrad programs they offer, along with tuition fees. We can expand this database with other columns such as cost of living, intere…"
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E commented on TINC's blog post Five PhD Students, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
"Thanks Andras, was really useful..."
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E left a comment for sujani baddrika
"Hi, I just saw your chat message."
Aug 21
Raghavendran T E replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanotech in India?
"It would be good if members could also post a web link pointing to the course, the lab, and the research institute if any. That would authenticate the claims of being a good program."
Aug 21
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