M.Tech Entrance Exam

M. Tech course is being taken up by many students nowadays due to the growth prospects after completion of the course. In India, some reputed colleges and institutes admit students to the M. Tech courses on the basis of the marks secured by them in the entrance examination and some colleges provide direct admission to the M. Tech course as well after completion of B. Tech. Some of the entrance exams conducted in India for admission into the M. Tech course are given below:


Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test (TANCET) is conducted by Anna University for admitting students to the M. Tech course in Tamil Nadu offered at University Departments of Anna University at Coimbatore, Chennai, Tirunelveli, Trichy, Government Engineering Colleges and Government quota seats in self-financing colleges. The syllabus for TANCET examination includes Mathematics, basic engineering and sciences, Civil engineering and Geo. Informatics, Mechanical, automobile and aeronautical engineering, etc… the same syllabus is followed by Anna university for admission into M.E/M. Arch, but the questions will differ according to the corresponding degree level.


Vellore Institute of Technology Master’s Entrance Exam is conducted by Vellore Institute of technology for admitting students into the M. Tech and other post graduation courses. For applying to the VITMEE the students should have passed their B. Tech under graduation course with a minimum aggregate of 50% of marks. VIT offers M. Tech in automotive engineering, computer science and engineering, structural engineering, CAD/CAM, Energy and environmental engineering, communication engineering, Biotechnology, Sensor System Technology, biomedical engineering, etc… The syllabus for each group differs according to the specialization.

Karnataka PG-CET:

The Karnataka state Government has entrusted the conducting of Post Graduate Common Entrance Test to Visvesvaraya Technological University for admitting students to the MCA, MBA, M. Tech, ME and M. Arch courses. The questions paper for this exam is divided into part A and part B in which the questions in part A is common for E&E engineering, Biomedical engineering and E&C engineering and 60% of the marks is allotted for part A and the questions for part B differs from one group to another, this part carries 40% of marks.
Books for preparing to M. Tech entrance exam:

Some of the most popular M. Tech entrance examination books are offered by the website http://www.surabooks.com and these books can be purchased through online as well.


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    sir,i am from gujarat, i want to m tech from igno,what i can do ? pls help me sir.thanks