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|05 Feb, 2021 - 07 Feb, 2021||Exam | Mode: Online|
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|22 Mar, 2021||Result | Mode: Online|
|25 Nov, 2020||Others - Mock Test - Start Date | Mode: Online|
|17 Nov, 2020 - 23 Nov, 2020||Application Correction - Reopened | Mode: Online|
|28 Oct, 2020 - 13 Nov, 2020||Application Correction | Mode: Online|
|08 Oct, 2020 - 14 Oct, 2020||Late Fee Application | Mode: Online|
|11 Sep, 2020 - 08 Oct, 2020||Application | Mode: Online|
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- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 2 Years
Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Electronics (with specialization in Digital Electronics Microwave and Radar Electronics) is a two-year duration full-time course approved by AICTE.
Rank lists for M. Tech. programmes are prepared on the basis of the valid GATE Score. When the GATE Scores of two or more candidates are equal, the marks scored at the qualifying examination are reckoned as the tie-breaker. Seats set apart for candidates from different disciplines in interdisciplinary M. Tech. programmes will be allotted on the basis of their GATE Scores in the respective disciplines.
Candidates without GATE Score will be considered only if sufficient numbers of applicants with valid GATE Score are not available. Candidates without valid GATE score and sponsored candidates will have to appear for a Department Admission Test (DAT) conducted in the Department/ School concerned.
- B. Tech or equivalent degree /AMIE/ AMIETE in Electronics and Communication Engineering/Electrical Engineering / Electronics and Instrumentation or M.Sc. degree in Electronics /Physics (with Electronics as specialization) with a First Class (60%) from any recognized University or Institution.
- A valid GATE score in Electronics/Electronics and Communication Engg.
- If sufficient numbers of candidates are not available in the category (ii) above, candidates with GATE score in Electrical & Electronics Engg., Instrumentation, Electrical Engg. or Physics will be considered.
In the absence of GATE qualified candidates, Non-GATE candidates can be admitted on the basis of a Departmental Admission Test (DAT).