M.Tech admissions at NIT
Gist of admissions
To most of the National Institutes of Technologies (NITs) and a plethora of other institutes through IIITM Gwalior, PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur, IIITDM Kancheepuram and IIIT Vadodara, the admissions are in full swing. The list can also be extended to other colleges including SLIET Longowal, NIFFT Ranchi, SPA Vijayawada, PEC Chandigarh, IIIT Allahabad, Central University of Rajasthan, University of Hyderabad, Central University of South Bihar Patna, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University Katra and IIEST Shibpur there is a centralized Counseling for M.Tech./M.Arch./M.Plan./M.Des admissions (CCMT) 2018 is an online admission process.
Normally the placements in NITK commence in the beginning of the final year (Pre-final Semester) i.e. in the month of July. Before initiating this action, an invitation is sent to all ex- recruiters in the month of May. A form is provided seeking the company profile & information in addition to the invitation. They are prioritized and a schedule is prepared after getting the willingness from the companies. The date of visit is intimated to the companies in June. When it comes to the day of visiting the campus, in order to make pre-placement talk, conduction of tests and interviews and selecting the candidates will be carried out.
After we complete our Bachelors in Technology many of us seem to be caught in the horns of the dilemma where we are not sure which way to take. Between M.Tech and MBA lies the top dilemma. Many opt for MBA while many go for M.Tech. MBA is more about business administration acumen study and M.Tech is more about specialization in the engineering field you’ve completed your bachelors while both have their own significance.
Scope of M.tech
A high cadre qualification can be the equivalent to M.Tech degree. If you are only a B.Tech it would apparently take years of experience for you to reach such a position. M Tech ultimately makes you realize the specialities included in your work area and gives you an edge over others with Bachelor’s degrees.
If you are very much interested about your engineering subject the scope of career in engineering increases and your exposure of interest to gain optimum insight into your subject MBA is never a bad idea and in fact, masters in technology are always the better idea. After completing M.Tech, it is totally up to you to decide your desired career path. Some of the very few options are only available.
Most of the corporate giants that seek M.Tech pass outs as they want to hire subject matter experts. M.Tech makes you eligible for jobs in such big companies like Google, Microsoft and more. You may look out for jobs in corporate sectors if you are a person who wants a secure career in form of a job then, Agreed, that there are not umpteen opportunities available, but even the number of students doing M.Tech isn’t very high. So, you definitely stand a good chance.
There is indeed no looking back if you have the passion for your subject for completing M.Tech in it is a great achievement, backed by a specialist qualification called M.Tech.