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Difference between MS and M.Tech? Which one is more beneficial based on salaries, jobs and scope?


I want to that what is the difference between MS & M. Tech? And which of the two are beneficial???




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20th October 2010, 07:33 PM
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Hello friend,
The basic difference between MS and Mtech is that=
When u do masters degree from abroad , it is MS
And if u pursue master degree from india , it is mtech.
For mtech u can go for GATE exam conducted by IITs and IISc.
For MS you can do write GRE exam for masters in abroad.
After clearing these exams , you will also get Fellowship.
Other than these , there are numerous private college for Mtech in india.




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20th October 2010, 08:27 PM
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Hi,
Both of them have their benefits if you learn and implement the skills provided by the courses. It is better to choose MTech as it has still very wide scope and a lot of colleges provide it. But at the end of the day, what you lernt from the course matters, not the MS or MTech




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MS and M.tech both can fetch you high salary...In m.tech,only if you do in a good college like IIT....will help yu get a good job is professor or teching line...you can do research...you can also carry on further studies..and do Phd. ...this will also help you to get a good job..


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21st October 2010, 02:39 AM
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MS is generally done out of india...whereas m.tech is from indian institutes...the weightage of either one of them depends on the b.tech course chosen by the individual..
for eg:- for b.tech biotech ug's a MS gives a huge horizon of oppurtunities when compared to M. Tech as biotech is yet an upcomin field in india..
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21st October 2010, 02:57 AM
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You can go for MS by clearing GRE exam and can go for M.Tech by clearing GATE exam. primrily MS is done from Foreign institution but indian technological institutes offers M.Tech.
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21st October 2010, 04:13 AM
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The basic difference between the two courses is the study of orientation and the patterns,The M.TECH is a more detailed course with more importance given on the theoritical aspects and for which attending the classes are important.Even the projects are completed along with the classes.

Where as,MS needs less classroom attendance as it emphasizes more on the
practical aspects.Devotion towards the projects is the top most priority here.
One more difference between these two courses is the course duration,MTECH
generally gets completed in 2 years including the projects.Whereas MS can take upto 3 or 4 years to be completed as the course does not gets over till the completion of the Projects along with subjects knowledge.

It is difficult to differentiate the two in term of salary,there are examples of both
earning equal packages.
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21st October 2010, 12:24 PM
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m.s-master of science....this is basically more valuable in abroad and india
m.tech-master of technology ....this is low salary backage job as compared to m.s
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21st October 2010, 05:31 PM
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To my knowledge MS is full of research studies compare to M.Tech.....no doubt MS is the best, that too if you pursued your MS in foreign countries, you have a very bright feature.
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21st October 2010, 07:07 PM
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MS is a medical qualification meaning Master of Surgery whereas M.Tech. is an engineering qualification meaning Master of Technology.
MS is open after M.B.B.S. and M.Tech after B.Tech.
both are beneficial..
both of the course has lots of scope..
if you are interested in engineering then go for M.tech and if you are interested in medical science then go for MS.
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xactly...dis ie da easy part..the tough part is how u can clear gre??
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i completely agree to this dat "learning" is ultimately da target...can be done in ms or m.tech..
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MS is better than MTEch .
MS is equivalent to phd.
you have to clear GRE for ms.
for mtech you have to clear gate.
ms is master in science
mtech is mater in technology.
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when you are doing master degree from india then it is known as m.tech and if the same degree is done from abroad then it is known as ms . the value of both are same but since you will get job in abroad after doing ms so it is better than m.tech as far as good salary is concerned.
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IS THERE ANY ENTRANCE FOR M.TECH? GIVE DETAILS
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yaar for M.tech you have to give GATE which is in some manner tough to get good score. so most of the people dont prefer it and go outside of india and say that indian colleges are not good enough for M.tech but if you have abiliy, so crack GATE and go in IITs or NITs. and after all dont compare MS and M.tech, they both are good and one can get good salary after doing it.
best wishes for GATE aspirants....
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how to apply frsher msc biotech students for jobs
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i am b-tech candidate--i am writing GATE to enter into IITS/IISC'S or their r any other exams for entrances other that [email protected]
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Job opportunities is government colleges for M.E or M.S?
Is M.S. Software Engineering offered at BITS-Pilani is considered for appointment of faculty in Govt. colleges?
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Iam doing my btech engineering in mechanical.what is the qualification needed to start an aerospace company out of these two?mtech/ms in aerospace?
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This is nagarjuna i want a clear course mtech is important or ms important
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The basic misconception which everyone has is that when you do your masters from India, its called M Tech and when you do it from abroad it is called MS.... IT IS NOT LIKE THAT....

the basic difference between them is the type of study you do. In M Tech you have to study a lot of theoretical subjects. You have to work very hard.
But in MS, the practical knowledge is more important. You have to concentrate on your project and gain as much knowledge as u can.

You have to attend the classes regularly in MTech to understand all the theoretical aspects. Whereas in MS, more emphasis is given on the practical knowledge, so attending the classes is not a compulsion, but you have to tackle a very difficult project.

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having done an M.S in abroad,do we have scope in india?after an mtech or m.s ,where do we have better future,India or abroad...?
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where do we have a better future in research after completing our masters...india or abroad?
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MS is now also available in india. So in this case is there any differenece between MTECH and MS? Or it is just the change of name?
In near future if 1 wants to be a lecturer or professor in India, which would be more beneficial and valuable in terms of salary and fetching nice job?
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MS is now also available in INDIA. If one wants a lecturer job in near future than which will fetch a better salary and a job in a nice college? MS and MTECH in india.. Is it just a name change? Or there is some difference between both? Which is more valuable?
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MS is generally done out of india...whereas m.tech is from indian institutes...the weightage of either one of them depends on the b.tech course chosen by the individual..
for eg:- for b.tech biotech ug's a MS gives a huge horizon of oppurtunities when compared to M. Tech as biotech is yet an upcomin field in india..
which will be of great use for an EEE student to choose MS or mtech
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MS and M.tech both can fetch you high salary...In m.tech,only if you do in a good college like IIT....will help yu get a good job is professor or teching line...you can do research...you can also carry on further studies..and do Phd. ...this will also help you to get a good job..
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when you are doing master degree from india then it is known as m.tech and if the same degree is done from abroad then it is known as ms . the value of both are same but since you will get job in abroad after doing ms so it is better than m.tech as far as good salary is concerned.
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I M B.tech final year...which will be the best for electronics instrumentation?either M.TECH or MS?
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hi i am doing final year instrumentation how much percentage is required to get in to ms in abroad plz help me
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which one is better,ms or mtech?
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Eligibility for M.S. in abroad ?
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Difference Between MS and M tech? Sri Jayachamarajendra college of Engineering Mysore,Karnataka offered MS course, weather is that similar to abroad MS or what?

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Hi dear,

The basic difference between the two courses is the study of orientation and the patterns,The M.TECH is a more detailed course with more importance given on the theoritical aspects and for which attending the classes are important.Even the projects are completed along with the classes.

Where as,MS needs less classroom attendance as it emphasizes more on the
practical aspects.Devotion towards the projects is the top most priority here.
One more difference between these two courses is the course duration,MTECH
generally gets completed in 2 years including the projects.Whereas MS can take upto 3 or 4 years to be completed as the course does not gets over till the completion of the Projects along with subjects knowledge.

It is difficult to differentiate the two in term of salary,there are examples of both
earning equal packages.
Thanks
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is ms degree in engineering is eligible for lecturership or we have to do mtech
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MS is a medical qualification meaning Master of Surgery whereas M.Tech. is an engineering qualification meaning Master of Technology.
MS is open after M.B.B.S. and M.Tech after B.Tech.
both are beneficial..
both of the course has lots of scope..
if you are interested in engineering then go for M.tech and if you are interested in medical science then go for MS.
MS means Master of Science, not Master of Surgery I'm sorry.
MS is done after BTech, but done abroad, after clearing GRE.
MTech is done in India by clearing GATE.
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i am in 3rd yr of b.tech in information technology ...
i would like to do job in networking..and dont want to become a teacher...
is m.tech good for me?..
what can be the alternative exams i can give and when ??
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I want to that what is the difference between MS & M. Tech? And which of the two are beneficial???
pls tell me the difference between MS AND M.TECH . which is benificial?
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do we have really good scope in technical field after doing m.tech or jst the experience counts?
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hi guys.
in ma openion both are beneficial. bt i thnk that m.tech is ltl bt btr than m.s. bt both are the master degree so student have a vry bright future in both lines... m.s is totaly diffrent in front of m.tech. m.tech is based on technical nd m.s as u all knows it is the medical basd degree.
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Hi,

Ms is the Masters you do from colleges which situated abroad like US,UK,Germany,Australia etc. You can do MS from India also. IITs are offering MS of three years duration.

If we take MS from foreign universities there are considerable amount of advantages ::
1.Global exposure
2.Advanced technologies information
3.Research oriented study
4.More hands-on experience
5.Opportunity to interact with global level scholars and students
6.High Salaries
7.More corporate exposure

If you do M.Tech from IITs in India that is regarded as far better than MS (if you are not from top universities). IIT people are getting abroad opportunities and high salaries like MS students.

So if you are planning to do MS make sure you hit the right and top university. For M.Tech IITs and NITs are the best in India.

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Hello friend,


The basic difference between MS and Mtech is that=
When u do masters degree from abroad , it is MS
And if u pursue master degree from india , it is mtech.
For mtech u can go for GATE exam conducted by IITs and IISc.
For MS you can do write GRE exam for masters in abroad.
After clearing these exams , you will also get Fellowship.
Other than these , there are numerous private college for Mtech in india.


best of luck
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is ms in clis from iiit-A is better for b.tech,ece than mba, in job oppertunities
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Hi,
i m doing B.tech in Information technology(3rd year) and i wanted to do M.Tech bt hve no idea abt which branch shud i go for??
plz suggest me d branches that i can opt for M.tech
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Hello friend,
The basic difference between MS and Mtech is that=
When u do masters degree from abroad , it is MS
And if u pursue master degree from india , it is mtech.
For mtech u can go for GATE exam conducted by IITs and IISc.
For MS you can do write GRE exam for masters in abroad.
After clearing these exams , you will also get Fellowship.
Other than these , there are numerous private college for Mtech in india.
thank you
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MS from Top 50 universities in USA>Mtech from IITS or NITs>non reputed universities in USA>non reputed unis in INDIA
This is recent situation..
Have look at ur capabilities nd then decide what to do..
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