Master of Technology (M.Tech)

Master of Engineering or Master of Technology, abbreviated as M.E./ is the postgraduate programme in an engineering field. We are not saying that M.Tech is only the option after B.Tech but it is one of the better options in engineering courses especially for those who are willing to pursue higher studies. This master program comes up with a duration of 2 years consisting of 4 semesters. M.Tech course focuses mainly on the implementation of existing technologies and gives gateway towards technical research. M.Tech course has tremendous specialization according to one's undergraduate degree in engineering undergraduate. Anyone who has graduated with a bachelor's degree in Engineering or Technology is eligible to take up this course. Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Science, Mechatronics, Software Engineering, etc are some of the demanding master's degrees in the market.

M.Tech Course Details

Degree Masters
Full-Form Master of Technology
Duration Course Duration of Master of Technology [M. Tech] is 2 Years.
Age No specific age limit
Minimum Percentage 50-60% in Bachelors Degree
Subjects Required B.Tech / BE / MCA / M.Sc / Other equivalent degrees
Average Fees Incurred INR 25,000 - 2 L per annum
Similar Options of Study ME, MS
Average Salary Offered INR 7 L per annum
Employment Roles Senior Software Engineer, Software Engineer, Design Engineer, Assistant Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education, Software Developer, Sr. Software Engineer / Developer / Programmer, etc.
Placement Opportunities Wipro Technologies Ltd., Tata Consultancy Services Limited, Infosys Limited, International Business Machines (IBM) Corp., Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp, Wipro, HCL Technologies Ltd. etc.


What is Master of Technology [M. Tech]?

The ME / M.Tech / M.Sc.Eng. / M.Sc.Tech programs in India are usually structured as an Engineering Research degree, lesser than PhD and considered to be parallel to M.Phil. and M.Sc. degrees in Humanities and Science respectively.M.Eng. and M.Sc.Eng programs in India were started by some well-known institutions with the aim of producing Research Engineers who can also get the position of "Technologist" in the Industries and Research Institutes.

M.Tech Specializations

There are many specializations in M.Tech for various branches of engineering. Some of them are as follows:

  • Software Engineering
  • Distributed Computing
  • Advanced Computing
  • Power Systems
  • Instrumentation & Control Systems
  • Micro Electronics and VLSI Design
  • Thermal Engineering
  • Computer-Aided Design & Manufacturing
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering
  • Chemical Plant Design
  • Chemical Process Design
  • Aerodynamics
  • Biomedical Engineering


Why Choose M. Tech?

The Master of Engineering degree is considered to be essential for Engineers to find top-tier jobs with high salary packages. Engineering is applied in all fields and most professional practices. Engineering students are trained to work both theoretically and practically, with research and application-based Engineering.

The career in Research and Development prefers Masters over Bachelors. While pursuing a master's degree, the candidates will be exposed to the applications of engineering in day-to-day life at an advanced level, so it helps in getting more insight into the subjects. Candidates will get higher positions in the place of work and will be easily be elevated into higher roles owing to their knowledge depth.

A master's degree improves chances of getting placed in core companies with a better pay scale. Pursuing M.Tech after B.Tech provides sufficient time to get deep technical knowledge of the subject and have more control over it.

Eligibility Criteria

  • For postgraduate engineering programme (M.Tech), students are admitted after they have obtained at least a college-level Bachelor’s degree in Technology (B.Tech) in a related field.
  • Candidates having M.Sc degree in Science/Mathematics/Statistics/Computer Applications or equivalent can also apply for M.Tech.
  • MCA candidates are also eligible to apply for specializations available in areas of computer science engineering.



How to take admission in M.Tech programme?

Admission to the M.Tech program is through both entrance examination and merit-based. Certain universities offer both direct admission and entrance based admission to the program. Candidates who are applying for the M.Tech program should beforehand have their results from the respective Entrance Exams boards required by the selected/opted Universities.

Applications for admissions can be availed either from the University website or by visiting the Admissions Office of the same. Candidates will have to fill out the required details in a match with the existing documents. Candidates are advised to have a look at the list of Entrance Exams applicable for M.Tech, for various Universities.

Candidates should also make sure they qualify in the Education Eligibility criteria with the minimum required marks.

List of some state-level/university level entrance exams for M.Tech:

  • AP PGECET (Andhra Pradesh Post-Graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test)
  • TS PGECET (Telangana Post-Graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test)
  • Karnataka PGCET (Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test)
  • VITMEE (VIT University Master’s Entrance Examination)
  • GAT (GITAM Admission Test)


M.Tech Jobs & Career Scope

What is the Career Scope After M.Tech?

Well, B.Tech is enough to get a good job in the engineering field but if you’ve M.Tech degree along with B.Tech then, it expands your career prospects.

At some point where many technically skilled competitors are available but you will be given preference because of your higher qualification. Candidate possessing a higher degree is considered more capable of the job.

It will not only adds value to your qualification but also expands the career scope and job opportunities for you in future. M.Tech degree will enable you to secure a higher position in an organization.

Having a bachelor’s degree and experience takes many years to secure a higher position in an organization. With a master’s degree in engineering, your chances of getting a higher position are increased in a short time.


M.Tech Job Opportunities

There are plenty of jobs available for the ones who are looking for a career in Engineering and research. The job roles will differ based on the specialization one has opted for. Engineering graduates are given abundant job options with good salary packages that include:

  • Research
  • Development
  • Communication
  • Coding
  • Experimentation
  • Planning
  • Designing
  • Construction
  • Production
  • Calculations
  • Machinery
  • Testing
  • Implementation
  • Maintenance etc


Best Recruiters For M.Tech in India

Private organizations/Multinational Companies (MNCs) that recruits engineers are as follows:

  • Cognizant
  • Infosys
  • GAIL
  • Accenture
  • ONGC
  • Tata Motors
  • Bajaj
  • TCS
  • BHEL




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