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Is M.Sc and M.Tech equivalent? Difference between M.Tech and MSc(Tech)?


sir i want to know that whether msc and m.tech is equivalent or not. i did my msc(tech) from bhu.So whether it is equivalent to m.tech or not .please send me ans on [email protected]


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I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THAT IS M.SC ELECTRONIC EQUIVALENT TO B.E /B.TECH( ELECTRONIC ). PLS TELL ME. I PASSED M.SC IN ELECTRONIC SCIENCE . CAN I APPLY . WHERE THE QUALIFICATION OF B.E./B.TECH (ELECTRONICS)/OR EQUIVALENT/.
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Hi

The difference between M. Sc and M Tech is same as the difference between B.Sc and B Tech

M. Sc is a masters course, which is next form of B.Sc. Its not as expensive as M Tech, and most of the colleges don't have any entrance exam for this. Just like B. Sc, if you do well in your graduation and score more than 60%, you can easily study M. Sc

Whereas in M Tech, its a tougher course. Its of 2 years duration and its of more value than M. Sc. Its a much more expensive than M.Sc also.

So M tech is of more value in the market as compared to M.Sc.
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there is no need for 60% mark in Bsc to do Msc
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M.Sc is equivalent to B.E or not?
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sir i want to know that whether msc and m.tech is equivalent or not. i did my msc(tech) from bhu.So whether it is equivalent to m.tech or not .please send me ans on [email protected]


Thank you
Hi,

Both M.sc and M.tech are not egual but both comes under P.G courses.

Among them i think M.tech has more value then M.Sc.

After completion of Degree you go M.Sc

After completion of B.Tech you can go for M.tech....

All the best.......
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26th February 2012, 09:38 PM
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MY OPINIONS: .
It must be understood that
one is not better than the
other – both are equivalent
programs. At least on paper.
But the public perception and the perception amongst
students (as evinced by the
trends) is that MTech is better
than MS. iIdisagree; both
cannot be compared. They’re
like the cliched apples and oranges. Is apple better
because its sweet? Does it
mean being tangy is bad? No
such comparison can be made. How to choose between
MS and MTech Decide what you want first. If
you’re interested in working
in one particular area, then MS
is the thing for you. If you are
not able to decide and want to
taste different areas in CS, then MTech is the thing for
you - MTech and MS need ~60
credits (or a scaled value,
depending on the institution)
- MTech is 2 years;
MS is 1 1/2 years to 3 years
- MTech by definition is a course program, where the
emphasis is on advanced
coursework spanning various
areas;
MS by definition is a research
program, where the emphasis is on doing ORIGINAL work in
one particular area.
- MTech credits is split as ~40
coursework and ~20 project;
MS credits split as ~20
coursework and ~40 thesis - MTech courses span different
areas;
MS coursework is typically
chosen to provide knowledge
in your chosen area of
research - MTech project (~1 year) is
not necessarily research
oriented;
MS thesis is research-oriented
- MTech in India is equivalent
to an “MS with project” option in the US
MS in India is equivalent to an
“MS with thesis” option in the
US
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I HAVE COMPLETED MY M.SC., SHALL I DO M.TECH ENV OR M.TECH BIOTECH OR P.hd IN BIOTEC
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which is more valuable M.Sc IT or B.Tech IT
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R/sir,
I have comleted M.Sc(it).now i donot know which type of job can i do and what will be my area of work.
kindly suggest me.
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wherether, M.Sc(IT) is equivalent to B.Tech (IT) .
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15th August 2012, 06:37 PM
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It must be understood that
one is not better than the
other – both are equivalent
programs. At least on paper.
But the public perception and the perception amongst
students (as evinced by the
trends) is that MTech is better
than MS. iIdisagree; both
cannot be compared. They’re
like the cliched apples and oranges. Is apple better
because its sweet? Does it
mean being tangy is bad? No
such comparison can be made. How to choose between
MS and MTech Decide what you want first. If
you’re interested in working
in one particular area, then MS
is the thing for you. If you are
not able to decide and want to
taste different areas in CS, then MTech is the thing for
you - MTech and MS need ~60
credits (or a scaled value,
depending on the institution)
- MTech is 2 years;
MS is 1 1/2 years to 3 years
- MTech by definition is a course program, where the
emphasis is on advanced
coursework spanning various
areas;
MS by definition is a research
program, where the emphasis is on doing ORIGINAL work in
one particular area.
- MTech credits is split as ~40
coursework and ~20 project;
MS credits split as ~20
coursework and ~40 thesis - MTech courses span different
areas;
MS coursework is typically
chosen to provide knowledge
in your chosen area of
research - MTech project (~1 year) is
not necessarily research
oriented;
MS thesis is research-oriented
- MTech in India is equivalent
to an “MS with project” option in the US
MS in India is equivalent to an
“MS with thesis” option in the
US


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15th August 2012, 11:52 PM
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Both M.Sc and M.Tech are equivalent programs and one is not better than the other at least on paper. But the public perception and the perception amongst students (as evinced by the trends) is that MTech is better than MSc. Here are the differences as under-

1. MTech and MSc need ~60 credits (or a scaled value, depending on the institution)

2. MTech is 2 years but MSc is 1 1/2 years to 3 years.

3. MTech by definition is a course program, where the emphasis is on advanced coursework spanning various areas;
MSc by definition is a research program, where the emphasis is on doing ORIGINAL work in one particular area.

4. MTech credits is split as ~40 coursework and ~20 project;
MSc credits split as ~20 coursework and ~40 thesis.

5. MTech courses span different areas;
MSc coursework is typically chosen to provide knowledge in your chosen area of research

6. MTech project (~1 year) is not necessarily research oriented;
MSc thesis is research-oriented
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16th August 2012, 01:18 AM
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Hi dear,

The difference between M. Sc and M Tech is same as the difference between B.Sc and B Tech

M. Sc is a masters course, which is next form of B.Sc. Its not as expensive as M Tech, and most of the colleges don't have any entrance exam for this. Just like B. Sc, if you do well in your graduation and score more than 60%, you can easily study M. Sc

Whereas in M Tech, its a tougher course. Its of 2 years duration and its of more value than M. Sc. Its a much more expensive than M.Sc also.

So M tech is of more value in the market as compared to M.Sc.
Thanks
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Is MSC IT is equivalent to B.tech IT and Same valu
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Can i take admission in Mtech IT Through MSC IT
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is M.Sc. (Tech) equivalent to BE or B.Tech
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hiii... i want to knw the difference between m.sc(tech) and m.tech
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which is better M.tech (chemical synthesis and processing ) or M.sc (chemistry)
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Msc(tech) is clearly not equivalent to Mtech.Mtech is an engineering post graduate degree whre as Msctech is science degree.In isro if ur call letter says u will be given promotion after two years then only it is considered as equivalent.anyways in isro to be considered for promotion u need to do 1/3 of the mtech course in isro as the rule clearly tell it is 4 2 engineering degree not 3 3 science degree.
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i want to do phd in maths now iam pursuing my b-tech(computer science),can you suggest me which is better either msc(maths) or m-tech
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if any H.E.C letter is (msc is equivalent to m,tech) PL send the hec letter copy
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if any H.E.C LETTER IS(m.s.c is equivalent to m,tech) pl send the h,e.c letter copy thanks asif aziz
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There are many combinations or possibilities regarding B.tech or M.tech admission as per requirement to shape one's future...
1.Join B.tech after 10 2 in 1 year as fresher or join after B.sc,Poly in B.tech 2 nd year (lateral entry).
2.Join M.tech after B.tech or M.sc. but true thing is that,one will not get core branch of engineering after M.sc as it is not engineering background. Actually IIT or any engineering college,university provides a separate course for M.sc pass candidates for giving them only a taste of engineering.One can opt only for CS or IT. In true words it's not pure engineering degree as compare to B.tech or M.tech in any branch.In reality its a chance for aspirants who could not crack JEE or AIEEE to grab a seat in B.tech in premium institutes.
NOTE-If anybody having any doubt just follow the IIT sites for proper judgement and guidance and always be honest to you.
In my view nothing is small or big it's one's choice what one wants to be.
*** I'm pursuing my M.tech from IIT kharagpur after B.tech(ME).
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if any H.E.C LETTER IS(m.s.c is equivalent to m,tech) pl send the h,e.c letter copy thanks asif aziz.
I am working in sdo wapda department mepco multan.I get the approval of higher education in m tach from mepco and complete the m tach and submit the degree of department.The mepco department questioned asked to me that (1)what the m tach is equal to msc?plese provide the any letter of HEC (m tach is equal to msc engeeniring.(2)what is the m tach(master of technology)?
plese provide/send any HEC letter related to master of technology.THANKS
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if any H.E.C LETTER IS(m.s.c is equivalent to m,tech) pl send the h,e.c letter copy thanks asif aziz.
I am working in sdo wapda department mepco multan.I get the approval of higher education in m tach from mepco and complete the m tach and submit the degree of department.The mepco department questioned asked to me that (1)what the m tach is equal to msc?plese provide the any letter of HEC (m tach is equal to msc engeeniring.(2)what is the m tach(master of technology)?
plese provide/send any HEC letter related to master of technology.THANKS
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hahahaahah! Which is better MSc or MTech? it means you are judging a fish by its ability to climb trees!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by simmi9044 View Post
MY OPINIONS: .
It must be understood that
one is not better than the
other – both are equivalent
programs. At least on paper.
But the public perception and the perception amongst
students (as evinced by the
trends) is that MTech is better
than MS. iIdisagree; both
cannot be compared. They’re
like the cliched apples and oranges. Is apple better
because its sweet? Does it
mean being tangy is bad? No
such comparison can be made. How to choose between
MS and MTech Decide what you want first. If
you’re interested in working
in one particular area, then MS
is the thing for you. If you are
not able to decide and want to
taste different areas in CS, then MTech is the thing for
you - MTech and MS need ~60
credits (or a scaled value,
depending on the institution)
- MTech is 2 years;
MS is 1 1/2 years to 3 years
- MTech by definition is a course program, where the
emphasis is on advanced
coursework spanning various
areas;
MS by definition is a research
program, where the emphasis is on doing ORIGINAL work in
one particular area.
- MTech credits is split as ~40
coursework and ~20 project;
MS credits split as ~20
coursework and ~40 thesis - MTech courses span different
areas;
MS coursework is typically
chosen to provide knowledge
in your chosen area of
research - MTech project (~1 year) is
not necessarily research
oriented;
MS thesis is research-oriented
- MTech in India is equivalent
to an “MS with project” option in the US
MS in India is equivalent to an
“MS with thesis” option in the
US
Best answer....
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M.tech (Biotech) is far better than M.Sc. (Biotech)
Join M.tech after B.tech or M.sc. but true thing is that,one will not get core branch of engineering after M.sc as it is not engineering background. Actually IIT or any engineering college,university provides a separate course for M.sc pass candidates for giving them only a taste of engineering.One can opt only for CS IT or Biotechnology. In true words it's not pure engineering degree as compare to B.tech or M.tech in any branch.In reality its a chance for aspirants who could not crack JEE or AIEEE to grab a seat in B.tech in premium institutes.
NOTE-If anybody having any doubt just follow the IIT sites for proper judgement and guidance and always be honest to you.
In my view nothing is small or big it's one's choice what one wants to be.
*** I'm pursuing my M.tech from IIT roorkee after B.tech(Biotech).
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