Table of Contents
- 1 Is there any interview for MTech in IISC?
- 2 How can I prepare for MTech interview for IISC?
- 3 Is there interview in IISC Bangalore?
- 4 How good is cense (Center for Nano Science and engineering) at IISc?
- 5 Is doing a Master in nano-tech in India worth it?
- 6 Is placement scenarios in IISc/IIT good or bad?
Is there any interview for MTech in IISC?
Yes, M Tech program in Electronics System Engg, Climate Science, Computational Science, Earth Science, and Nanoscience and Engineering has an aptitude test and interview after short-listing based on GATE score.
How can I prepare for MTech interview for IISC?
How to prepare M. Tech (TA) Written test / Interview?
- Prepare interested and important 4 to 5 subjects to face IIT interviews.
- Prepare the same GATE syllabus for written tests and interviews.
- Read the articles for previous interview questions.
- Understand all the important topics from the selected subjects.
How is placement in IISC Bangalore for M Tech?
IISC Bangalore Highest Base salaryoffered : 31 LPA ( 2 offers ) Lowest Base salaryoffered : 11.4 LPA. Average CTC :25 LPA. Average Base salary :17.5 LPA.
Is there interview in IISC Bangalore?
Pre-interview familiarization program All the SC/ST candidates who become eligible for interview for Research, Integrated Ph D program, and M Tech/M Des programs will be invited to the Institute one week in advance.
How good is cense (Center for Nano Science and engineering) at IISc?
I was the placement coordinator for Computational and Data Science stream. I have no experience with CeNSE (Center for Nano Science and Engineering). However, generally statistics about placements for all the departments in IISc are good and hence can be attributed with CeNSE to reasonable extent.
What is the scope of MS in nano technology in India?
It has a vast scope in research and analysis in Nano Technology. So, after completion of course, you must be able to do a research which is most requirement for nano, in India. And make a Note that there’s difference between between MS and M.Tech. MS is research oriented ad M.Tech is theoretical oriented course.
Is doing a Master in nano-tech in India worth it?
Doing Master in nano-tech in India, is a better choice if you’re ready to dedicate your whole 2 years its research and analysis. Since Nano is still a developing technology in India, our country requires more research people to do enhance its applications in a better way.
Is placement scenarios in IISc/IIT good or bad?
Placement scenarios had nothing to do with the qualities of IISc/IIT or its student, it is bad because of absence of quality jobs in India related to Nanotech. Though good no. of students do get jobs in instruments companies but most of them get hired as application or sales engineer rather than R&D engg/scientists.