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13th July 2017, 09:26 PM
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Can I do M.Tech in Nuclear Engineering from PDPU?


Sir, can I do M.Tech in Nuclear Engineering from PDPU? Is it good and how's the future in this field? I have almost completed my B.E. mechanical.




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14th July 2017, 02:58 PM
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Default Re: Can I do M.Tech in Nuclear Engineering from PDPU?

Yes, you can do M.Tech in Nuclear Engineering from PDPU. M.Tech. Nuclear Engineering or Master of Technology in Nuclear Engineering is a two year postgraduate programme.

After completion of this course you can apply for jobs in given below employment area.

** Power Plant Control Centers

** Nuclear-powered Ships

** Research and Development Laboratories

** Nuclear Power Plants

Jobs type

** Project Engineer

** Chemical Engineer

** Scientific Engineer Associate

** Fellow Nuclear Safety Engineer

** Physical Scientist

** Materials Engineer




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18th July 2017, 08:01 PM
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Default Re: Can I do M.Tech in Nuclear Engineering from PDPU?

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Sir, can I do M.Tech in Nuclear Engineering from PDPU? Is it good and how's the future in this field? I have almost completed my B.E. mechanical.
B.E in Mechanical Engineering candidates are not eligible for M.Tech in Nuclear Engineering.

Those candidates who have completed B.E in Nuclear Engineering from a recognized University are eligible for M.Tech in Nuclear Engineering.

You must have a valid GATE score card.




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