How to select stream in M.Tech after B.Tech in Civil Engineering?
Candidates who want to pursue higher studies after completing B.Tech in Civil Engineering can choose M.Tech course in Civil Engineering. Several institutes are offering this course in different streams. Specified number of seats will be there for each stream in those institutes. Those who want to get admission to any of these courses should qualify the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE).
Different streams available in M.Tech after B.Tech in Civil Engineering
Candidates who want to pursue M.Tech in Civil Engineering can find different streams which focus on the advanced technologies available in the field of Civil Engineering. Each of these courses will enable the candidates to widen their knowledge and skills in a particular field. Different streams available in this branch are given below.
- M.Tech in Building Technology and Construction Management
- M.Tech in Environmental Engineering
- M.Tech in Geotechnical Engineering
- M.Tech in Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering
- M.Tech in Structural Engineering
- M.Tech in Transportation Engineering
- M.Tech in Geotechnical and Geo environmental Engineering
- M.Tech in Rock Engineering and Underground Structure
- M.Tech in Water Resources Engineering
- M.Tech in Construction Engineering and Management
- M.Tech in Construction Technology and Management
- M.Tech in Environmental Engineering and Management
- M.Tech in Environmental Engineering
- M.Tech in Remote Sensing
- M.Tech in Remote Sensing and GIS
- M.Tech in Computer Aided Structural Analysis and Design
- M.Tech in Offshore Structures
- M.Tech in Geo-Informatics and Survey Technology
How to select the best stream in M.Tech?
Candidates who are interested to pursue M.Tech course after completing B.Tech in Civil Engineering can select any stream in Civil Engineering according to their interest. They should first of all search for which all streams are available for pursuing their M.Tech. They should find which stream has got more scope as compared to other ones. Scope of the streams will vary according to the conditions prevailing in the economy. Candidates should ensure that the demand of selected stream will sustain after completing their two year course. Most important thing they have to consider while selecting the stream is the knowledge in the concerned area. There may be some areas in which they have thorough knowledge after completing B.Tech in Civil Engineering. Candidates should select that stream which covers these areas in Civil Engineering. If the candidates are interested to pursue research in the respective field after completing their M.Tech, then they should select that stream which has got great scope in the research field. They should select difficult stream only if they possess immense self confidence and determination. They should score good marks in GATE to get admission to the desired stream.
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