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12th August 2013, 08:57 PM
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What is the eligibility to pursue MSc in Nanotechnology?


I'm interested in pursuing PG course in Nanotechnology. I'm currently doing my 2ns year B.Sc in Maths, Electronics and Computer Science at Bangalore. I'd like to know if i can pursue a pg course with ny MEC background. I've also completrd ny PUC in Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Electronics. Please let me know if I can do my M.Sc in.Nanotech. I'd also like to know about the entrance exams I will have to write and colleges in and out of India for this.
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13th August 2013, 09:34 AM
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Eligibility Criteria for pursing M.Sc. Nanotechnology:-

The eligible candidate must be an Indian National having completed B.Sc. with Physics/ Chemistry/Electronics/Material Science/Biotechnology or B.Tech. who have studied Mathematics with 60% marks(55% marks for reserved Candidate) from a recognised University with completion of one year course in Mathematics, can apply for M.Sc. Nanotechnology through entrance exam like JAM(Joint Admission Test) conducted by IIT. GATE score is also considered for admission to this course.
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13th August 2013, 03:09 PM
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hai,

M.Sc in Nanotechnology: (Master of Science in Nanotechnology)

M.Sc Nanotechnology is a postgraduate Nanotechnology course.Nanotechnology is the study of manipulationg matter on an atomic and molecular scale.

Duration: The duration of M.Sc(Nanotechnology) is mostly of two academic years.But It varies from institute to institute.

M.Sc Nanotechnology Eligibility:

Candidates should complete B.Sc(Physics/chemistry/Maths) with one of the subjects as prinicipal & other two as subsidiary or B.Sc (Ind.Chem) with Maths,Physics subsidiary or B.E(Chemical/Metallurgy) with minimum 45%.

Admission Process:

The admission criteria for the course may vary from university to university. In various colleges and universities it conducts their own entrance exams for the admission of the students.

M.Sc Nanotechnology Syllabus:

M.Sc Nanotechnology First Year:

1.Nano-Biology

2.Nano-Chemistry

3.Nano-Physics

4.Nano-Engineering

5.Nano-Electronics

M.Sc Nanotechnology Second Year:

1.Nano-Biotechnology

2.Nano-Computers

3.Nano-Research

4.Nano-Education

5.Master's Thesis

Advance Course in Nanotechnology:

After completing of M.Sc in Nanotechnology there is advance course available for you i.e. Ph.D(Nanotechnology).

M.Sc Nanotechnology Colleges:

1.Punjabi University

2.Mohanlal Sukhadia University/University of Udaipur

3.Sri Venkateswara University.

4.The Global Open University,Nagaland

M.Sc Nanotechnology Job types:

There are many jobs available for those whose completing M.Sc in Nanotechnology candidates.

**Project Assistant

**Project Engineer-Nanotechnology

**Researcher

**Lecturer & Professor

**Admin and Accounts Executive

**Business Development-Nanotechnology

**Sales/Service Engineer-Business Development

all the best.....
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15th August 2013, 07:58 PM
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Eligibility criteria for doing Post Graduation in Nanotechnology is Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Life Sciences and with PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) as subsidiary subjects.

Duration for two years

Job Opportunity
  • Health Industry
  • Agriculture
  • Environment Industry
  • Food and Beverages
  • Space Research
  • Product development and advising
  • Academic and Teaching
  • Genetics
  • Bio-Technology
  • Communication & Media


Institute
  • Maharishi Markendeshwar Engineering College, Mullana (Haryana)
  • National Institute of Technology (NITKKR), Kurukshetra
  • Rajasthan Technical University, Kota (Raj) (Rajasthan)
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)
  • Periyar Maniammai University, Thanjavur (Tamil Nadu)
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14th September 2013, 09:02 PM
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i am from kashmir and completed my b.sc in the end of this year with physics,chemistry ,and maths as main subjects.i wana continue my study for P.G in nanotechnology and what i have to do for it.
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15th September 2013, 05:28 PM
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Hi friend..........

Eligibility of M.sc. Nanotechnology:


Candidates should complete B.Sc(Physics/chemistry/Maths) with one of the subjects as prinicipal & other two as subsidiary or B.Sc (Ind.Chem) with Maths,Physics subsidiary or B.E(Chemical/Metallurgy) with minimum 45%.

The course duration is two years.

Job Opportunity


Agriculture

Academic and Teaching

Bio-Technology

Communication & Media

Environment Industry

Food and Beverages

Genetics

Health Industry

Space Research

Product development and advising

All the best...........
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29th October 2013, 11:35 PM
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Are bsc-it student can apply for MSc-nanotechnology
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22nd March 2014, 03:30 PM
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i would like to pursue pg in nanoscience.i was a secondyear biochemistry student.is it possible for me??? please say some of the central universities offering nanoscience
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