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Is it possible to pursue M.TECH (mechanical) along with work?


Is it possible to pursue M.TECH (mechanical) along with work.I have given gate but not qualified so is it possible to get admission in mtech in private universities preferably in pune.




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3rd July 2010, 09:29 AM
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Hello friend,

Yes, definitely it is possible to pursue M.Tech in Mechanical along with work.

There are many institutes offering correspondence course in M.Tech.
For admission in these colleges,you need not to qualify GATE.

Candidates applying for the Master's course must have passed their graduation with 60% marks from any recognised university.

These colleges conduct their own admission entrance tests.
Based on the result of the entrance test and merit admission is completed.

Here are some colleges in Pune, you can apply for M.Tech:

University of Pune, Pune

College of Engineering, Pune

Bharati Vidyapith College of Engineering, Pune

All the best!
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3rd July 2010, 10:41 AM
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Dear friend

Yes definately you can do M.tech from Correspondence along with your work. But for this you have a either B.tech degree Or Master degree of MCA, M.sc etc.

But to get admission in M.tech you have to clear the GATE exams, after then you will get admission in M.tech programme. But if you dont clear the GATE exams then dont worry you can also appear in the entrance exams of some university because they will conducts his own entrance exams. After clear this exams you will get admission in these given university.



The universities offer Correspondence M.Tech courses are-


Madhya Pradesh Bhoj Open University

Indira Gandhi National Open University

University of Burdwan, west Bengal.
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3rd July 2010, 01:03 PM
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Is it possible to pursue M.TECH (mechanical) along with work.I have given gate but not qualified so is it possible to get admission in mtech in private universities preferably in pune.
Hi
Yes, you can join M.tech along with work.
You can join part time M.tech.
I give you some of the colleges name.
1.JSPMíS Jayawantrao Sawant College of Engineering
S.No.58, Indrayani Nagar, Handewadi Road,
Hadapsar, Pune, 28
Phone: 020-25720888
Website: www.jspmengg.com
Courses: Electronics and Tele-Comm. Engg., Mech. Engg., Computer Engg., IT
2.Maharashtra Institute of Technology
Kothrud, Pune
Phone: 020-25432767
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mitpune.com
Courses: Civil Engg., Computer Engg., Electronics & Tele-Comm. Engg., Mech. Engg., Petro-Chemical Engg., Petroleum Engg., IT, Polymer Engg.
Affiliation: Pune University
3.Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering
Survey No. 80/3/1, Near Sports City,
Tathawade, Pune
Phone: 020-22933423
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.rsengg.com
Courses: IT, Computer Engg., Electronics and Tele-Comm. Engg., Civil Engg., Mech Engg.
Affiliation: University of Pune

4.College of MOD- TECH Engineering
JDís Academy Campus, Maharshi Nagar,
Pune- Satara Road, Near Dena Bank,
Pune, 411037
Phone: 020-24268648, 24007506, 24267281
Courses: Degree & Dilploma Automobile Engg., Chemical Engg., Civil Engg., Computer Engg., Electronics Engg., Electrical Engg., IT Engg., Mechanical Engg., Plastic Engg., Production Engg.,Telecommunication Engg

You can more and more colleges from below given site.
http://www.punesite.com/engineering-colleges-in-pune.html
Please conform from their particular site.
Good luck
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3rd July 2010, 04:26 PM
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yes , definitely!!!

if you are satisfying the eligibility criteria so as to pursue MTech in mechanical , than surely you can go for it i.e. you need to pass B.E./BTech with any one of the following stream with atleast 55% :::

~Mechanical Engineering in

-Industrial

-Production

-Manufacturing

-Welding


~Material Science

~Metallurgy


there are mainly three classifications in mechanical as well i.e. you can go for Mechanical Engineering in production or thermal or machine ...

As you need to mechanical engineering along with your work so , you must opt for part time M Tech. which is provided by some well renowned and govt. institutions such as punjab technical university and IGNOU ,delhi ...

so, if you be able to get above mentioned top colleges than why to go for private one's but there are some good colleges in pune as well such as VIT or MIT pune..

the last date to apply for the course is 24.07.2010 so you have time to apply for this and counselling for it will be held in the month of august ..

visit websites :

http://www.ptu.ac.in and http://www.ignou.ac.in for more details ..

All the best !!!
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3rd July 2010, 04:35 PM
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dear friend
you can get directly admission in various university in pune. but you can get 60% in b.tech so you are elligible candidates.
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3rd July 2010, 04:58 PM
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yes,correspondence courses from ignou is available.
though little tough,you might have heard of amie exam.
you can join part time m.tech,if possible.
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3rd July 2010, 05:03 PM
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yes,you can do.
see at gate m.tech website.
also see other colleges giving m.tech.
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3rd July 2010, 06:26 PM
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with no doubts dear u can pursue M.TECH with your work
it depends on your time management
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Is it possible to pursue M.TECH (mechanical) along with work.I have given gate but not qualified so is it possible to get admission in mtech in private universities preferably in pune.
hi frnd,

AS IN MY WORDS EVERYTHUNG IS POSSIBLE BUT EVERYTHING ALSO NEED HARD WORK ON IT.IF YOU WILL GO STEP BY STEP,IT WILL BE MORE BENEFECIAL FOR YOU THAN THAT.

RISK SHUD BE THERE IN CHANCE BUT REMEMBER YOU DONT HAVE TO LOOSE YOUR CHANCE.


Thermal Engineering Stream (ME1)


Combustion and Propulsion

The courses for this specialization include advanced thermodynamics, combustion technology, theory of fire propagation, air-breathing engines, rocket technology and a few related electives such as transport phenomena and numerical methods.

Projects are offered in the following areas:


Shock tube technique applied to combustion kinetics, laminar and turbulent flame propagation, flame stabilization, combustion in swirling flows, spray and droplet combustion, hydrogen combustion in supersonic flows and numerical modeling of combustion systems, active and passive flow control.


Heat Transfer and Thermal Power

This specialisation deals with the fundamentals and applied aspects of heat transfer and multiphase flow, design of heat exchangers, power plant systems and advanced renewable energy technologies, measurements and a few related electives in energy systems.

Students can undertake projects in the areas of Heat exchangers, Cooling of electronic equipment, inverse heat transfer, atmospheric radiation, heat transfer processes in aerospace, metallurgical and chemical applications, advanced coal technologies, fluidised bed combustion and heat transfer, renewable energy systems, thermohydraulics in thermal and nuclear power devices, heat transfer in porous media, bio-thermofluids, numerical heat transfer, nano-technology, microscale heat transfer, biofuel conversion, biological heat transfer.


Hydroturbomachines

This specialisation includes subjects such as design of pumps, design of hydroturbines, pump application and electives such as cavitation, experimental methods, mechanical design and standards in hydroturbomachines, micro hydropower and performance analysis of turbomachinery.

Projects are offered in the areas of design, fabrication and testing of different types of pumps and turbines, computer aided design, flow analysis and performance prediction, experimental studies of flow through pumps and turbines, cavitation, noise and vibration studies.


I.C. Engines and Gas Turbines

In this specialisation, subjects like engine system and performance, simulation of IC Engine processes and design of combustion engines are offered. A variety of electives like alternate fuels, engine instrumentation and electronic management, engine tribology and laser diagnostics in engines are also available.

Students can do project work in the following areas:


Development of engine to use alternative fuels like alcohols, hydrogen and bio-gas, exhaust pollution control in spark-ignition and compression ignition engines scavenging and fuel injection in two-stroke engines development of surface-ignition and adiabatic engines, turbulence studies and simulation of four-stroke and two-stroke engines, numerical simulation of engine and gas turbine combustion systems, soot modeling, fluid dynamics of engines and in-cylinder flow analysis spray characteristics.


Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

In this specialization, core courses like air conditioning and ventilation, refrigeration machinery and components, and sorption refrigeration and heating systems are offered. In addition, the following elective courses are also offered: Utilization of solar energy, Thermal energy conservation, Food processing and preservation, Vacuum engineering, HVAC applications and Advanced cryogenic systems.

Project work can be done in any of the following areas:


Dual stage and double effect vapour absorption refrigeration systems, Pumpless absorption refrigerators, Transfer tank operated vapour absorption refrigeration system, Heat pumps, Energy storage, Cooling of electronic equipment, Cooling and freezing of foods, Development of solar operated absorption refrigeration system, Building energy conservation, Cooling towers, Ventilation and air conditioning of buildings, Desiccant and evaporative cooling system, Personal air conditioners, Environmentally friendly working fluid for refrigeration, Solid sorption refrigerators, Metal hydride systems, vapour compression refrigerators operating with new refrigerants and refrigerant mixtures, Compact cryogenic heat exchangers, Small J-T cryocoolers, Cryorefrigerators, Cryogenic process simulation and natural gas liquefaction systems.


Thermal Turbomachines


In this specialisation, the core courses cover aerodynamic design of axial compressors and turbines, theory of steam and gas turbines, centrifugal and axial compressors. In addition, electives are offered in the area of fans, blowers, compressors, mechanical design aspects of compressors and turbine components, steam and gas turbine engineering, measurement techniques, CFD and advanced topics such as turbomachinery noise.

Students can take up projects in the following areas:

Tip clearance flows and inlet flow distortion studies, Low solidity and half vaned diffusers flow through cascades, Boundary layer and wake studies on turbine blades, Active surge control in centrifugal compressors, Studies on Wells turbine, Computational fluid dynamics and heat transfer in turbo machines, Experimental investigations on rotating systems, turbomachinery noise.

Programme Codes:

ME1Y -> M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering - Thermal Stream with HTTA
ME1N -> M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering - Thermal Stream without HTTA

BEST OF LUCK
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3rd July 2010, 11:28 PM
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dear friend

in m.tech there are various ways too do it.

u can continue it while u are working outside.

all the best.
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4th July 2010, 12:03 AM
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ya u can do both the work simultaneously
it depends on your time management
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4th July 2010, 12:15 AM
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Dear friend,
Many colleges and institutes offer part time Mechanical engineering degrees.
This will enable you to work while you study. Some mechanical engg. colleges offering part time programmes are:

1.Dr.MGR EDUCATIONAL AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
2.Lovely Professional University, Punjab
3.Harcourt Butler Technological Institute
4.Sardar Patel College of Engineering
5.L.E. College, Gujrat
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4th July 2010, 12:32 AM
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Yes it is possible to pursue M.TECH along with work through correspondence.
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4th July 2010, 01:07 AM
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dear friend if you have applied for GATE you will get stipend alloted if you get cut off
and after that you can even teach in college and earn part time .....don't worry for job during mtech better follow your studies..
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4th July 2010, 01:27 AM
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hello dear,yes you can do.you can do in two ways.

1.through correspondance course.
2.through regular courses (night classees ).
if you have time in night then you can do m.tech at night after doing your job.if you don't have at night then you can do m.tech through correspondance courses.....
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4th July 2010, 08:13 AM
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Sure its possible and its more benifitical for you get experince with study its really help you
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4th July 2010, 10:22 AM
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yes you can have option of part time mteh in many colleges
but you require experience certificate.many univeristies like ptu offer part time mtech.
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tell me colleges in satara where i can do part time mtech in electronics and telecommunucation.
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23rd July 2010, 07:58 AM
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we do part time mtech
what experience is required under AICTE
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31st August 2010, 06:19 PM
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hello friend

it is possiable to pursue M.TECH (mechanical) along with work.

you can do mtech class in the given below ways

1.executive MTech.

2.Nigh shift mtech.

3.correspondance mtech.

all the best.......
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17th March 2011, 07:20 AM
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yes you can work and do MTECH both simultaneously .This is mostly done by MTECh students .and teaching and working as research is the best job option .
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RIGHT NOW I AM WORKING AS LECTURER IN POLYTECHNIC, THIS ACADEMIC YEAR I WANNA DO M. TEC AND CONTINUE MY JOB TOO, SO PLEASE INFORM ME WHICH COLLEGES OFFER M.TEC IN KARNATAKA AND ALSO ALLOW TO WORK
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hi can u pls give me the names of univ, where i can do MTECH from distance.
plz reply
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i am a mechanical engineer working as a design engineer (system) in power sector. i want to pursue m-tech in power related sector, like energy or something related to power. please give the details of the colleges or universities.
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Is it possible to pursue M.TECH (mechanical) along with work.I have given gate but not qualified so is it possible to get admission in mtech in private universities preferably in pune.
Yes it is possible to do M.Tech along with the work .
Such M.Tech are called as part time .
Classes are on weekends.
The time period is of three years instead of two years
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hi, i've done my B.E and aggre is 52% now i want to do M.tech(computer-science) along with work,currently i'm in bangalore. i would like to know the top ten best institutes which provide part-time education all over india, any best institute in bangalore without writing gate exam
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13th November 2011, 01:45 AM
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HI dear,

if you are satisfying the eligibility criteria so as to pursue MTech in mechanical , than surely you can go for it i.e. you need to pass B.E./BTech with any one of the following stream with atleast 55% :::

~Mechanical Engineering in

-Industrial

-Production

-Manufacturing

-Welding

~Material Science

~Metallurgy

there are mainly three classifications in mechanical as well i.e. you can go for Mechanical Engineering in production or thermal or machine ...

As you need to mechanical engineering along with your work so , you must opt for part time M Tech. which is provided by some well renowned and govt. institutions such as punjab technical university and IGNOU ,delhi ...

so, if you be able to get above mentioned top colleges than why to go for private one's but there are some good colleges in pune as well such as VIT or MIT pune..

the last date to apply for the course is 24.07.2010 so you have time to apply for this and counselling for it will be held in the month of august ..

visit websites :

http://www.ptu.ac.in and http://www.ignou.ac.in for more details ..

Thanks
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i hvae qualified gate2012 mechanical.my score 312.will i get admission in
coep pune or mit pune?please reply
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I am a B.E (Mechanical) Professional, working in a MNC company in Pune in Design Dept.. I am very much interested to go for M.Tech/M.E In Mechanical stream with specialization in Design related Subjects through Distance learning/Correspondence/part time. Pls, suggest some good colleges.
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