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1st March 2018, 07:13 PM
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Difference between MS and M.Tech? Which is more favourable for further studies?


Sir, many candidates are doing MS and many M.Tech. I am really confused between these two courses. Is it like B.E. and B.Tech? What is the exact difference between these two Master degree? And which one is more beneficial?




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19th March 2018, 11:06 PM
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Default Re: Difference between MS and M.Tech? Which is more favourable for further studies?

M.Tech is a course that focused mainly toward Industries. To get an admission to M.Tech*program*depends on the candidate’s GATE score and in some case Institutes Internal tests. This is totally a classroom course where course is more theoretical and detailed. It is a 2 years duration course.

MS (Research) programme*can be likened to a shorter version of a PhD.*In this course you have to interact with professors than classes. MS in India can extend as long as 3-4 years till your project gets completed. If you can go abroad and do a MS then it will be better.

If you are interested in research work then go for it.




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30th March 2018, 06:36 AM
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Default Re: Difference between MS and M.Tech? Which is more favourable for further studies?

M.S and Mtech both are almost equal.Let us see the main differences between them.

-- Mtech is mostly subject oriented with just one project work where as MS is mostly research oriented course.

-- Mtech gives preference to class room work where attendance of candidate is mandatory but it is not the case with MS, even less attendance will also be considered according to norms.

--Mtech will be completed generally in 2 years only and it will be extended only if candidate has failed in any subject or has less number of credits but MS course can be extended and can be done in 3 to 4 years.

Above were main differences between Mtech and MS. You can choose any one option according to your financial position because both are equally beneficial.




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