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10th July 2011, 01:35 PM
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Difference between M.S and M.Tech?


i am a be mechanical student, i want to knw wat is the difference between ms & mtech..and wich one is better for me..




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wats the difference between ms and mtech?
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i am b.tech electrical student i want to know what is the difference between ms & mtech..and wich one is better for me..
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Explain diffence b/w b.tech and BE
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6th October 2011, 10:22 PM
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hi friend ms means master of science and M TECH means deep study of single subject i mean specialization
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differrence between masters amd m-tech
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i am btech electrical student and want to know the difference between mtech and ms and which one is better for me???
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i am a BE computer science student and i wanted to know what is the difference between MS and MTECH.Which is better related to career?
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15th November 2011, 11:04 PM
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Dear Sir,i am btech electrical student and want to know the difference between mtech and ms and which one is better for me???
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dear sir, i have done m.sc in physics. can i do m.tech? and i also want to know the difference between ms nd m.tech and which is better for me?
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I M A ELECTRONICS ENGG. STUDENT. I WANT TO KNOW HOW 8086 GOT ITS NAME?
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what is the difference between ME/M-Tech of India and M.Sc of U.K.

Is courses ME/M-Tech of India equal to M.Sc of Uk.
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I M A ELECTRONICS ENGG. STUDENT. I WANT TO KNOW HOW 8086 GOT ITS NAME?
8085 was invented first then it was improved and given 8086 depending on process
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brothers mtech means master in all the technology subjects and it is the moderm method of master in engrr ewile me or ms is the oldest one .....the scale of mtech in job is high then the ms and i have passed mtech mechanical and i do my job
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Dear Sir,i am BE electrical student and want to know the difference between mtech and ms and which one is better for me???
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13th March 2012, 07:27 PM
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MCA is the Master Degree in Computer Application.It is three year duration Programme.To join this programme you should complete your graduation in Computer Science.
In this programme you study about the Software.After Compliting MCA you can become a good programmer and get many other jobs related to Softwares.

B.E is the Bachelor of Engineering.It is four year duration programme.To join this programme you should complete your 10+2 with Physics,Chemistry and Math.After Compliting B.E you can become an Engineering in different areas.In B.E(Computer Science) you study about the hardware of computer.

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hai buddy..
Well the Basic Difference In Both These Courses are,
MS is Masters of science and Mtech is Masters of Technology.
The M.Tech course is a More Detailed Course with a lot of Study in it. Under the M.Tech degree, one has to Attend Regular classes in order to gain knowledge about the Subject.

In M.Tech course duration is 2 years You Are Just doing 1 year project but not reserch oriented project But In M.S the course duration from 2-4 years but it is purely reserch oriented.


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How is the job opportunity after AMIE(Electrical)?
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How is the job opportunity after AMIE(Electrical)?
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23rd June 2012, 09:31 PM
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hello friend..!!
(a)basically,m.tech is masters in technology that is done after b.tech(bachelor of technology).

(b)and,ms is masters in science that is done after bsc(bachelor in science)

(c)m.tech is of 2 years after graduation and one should do take more knowledge about the technology.
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24th June 2012, 02:01 AM
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Dear friend....!!!!

-> M.tech is masters in technology that is done after b.tech(bachelor of technology).


-> M.TECH is of 2 years after graduation and one should do take more knowledge about the technology.

->MS is masters in science that is done after Bsc (bachelor in science)

->For M.tech you have to give the entrance test i.e GATE ,if you want to continue your M.tech in india.

->And you have to give the entrance test of GRE ,if you want to continue your M.tech in abroad.

so,work hard...all the best....!!!
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24th June 2012, 02:46 AM
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i am a be mechanical student, i want to knw wat is the difference between ms & mtech..and wich one is better for me..
As per my knowledge MS in USA and m.tech in India both M.Tech and MS are equivalent programs, there is hardly any difference between them.
M.Tech more technical and professional than ms.
To do M.Tech from India you would have to take the Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineers (GATE). I will suggest you to do M.Tech.
MS gives u exposure to global platform in engineering and you can to work & settle in abroad for this you would require GRE and IELTS/ TOEFL score as an International applicant.
best luck!
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what do u think about the IELTS exam to continue higher studies in abroad...???
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22nd July 2013, 03:33 AM
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HI

M.S is Master in Science
You need to appear for GRE ( Graduate Record Exam) and TOEFL to go for M.S
The better you score in GRE, the better college/university you will get.
Once you get good marks in GRE, you can choose amongst the various option available for admission. So better the score, more option you have. You may get good scholarship as well depending on your profile and college.

M.tech is Masters in Technology
You need to appear for GATE exam in order the get admission in M.Tech.
Best college are IIT and top NIT.

All the best
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30th August 2013, 02:46 AM
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hii...

I have done Btech from EEE and now i am into IT industry sand would like to continue that..but also want to do higher studies...what will be better foe me Mtech or MS??
and one more question for Gate exams do i have to go for EEE courses again???


thanks
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30th August 2013, 06:45 PM
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M.Tech is a kind of regular course where you sit in a classroom and listen to the lectures.
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