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    Can I do M.Tech(In Mining) after completing B.Tech(Computer Science Engineering)?

    Helllo
    can i do m.tech(mining) after b.tech(cse)?


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    nickibharadwaj
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    Re: Can I do M.Tech(In Mining) after completing B.Tech(Computer Science Engineering)?



    Hello friend,

    NO,its impossible to pursue M.Tech in Mining engineering as you are from Computer science branch

    Eligibility


    B.Tech. in Mining or in any other branch of Engineering or M.Sc. in Geology / Geophysics / Physics / Chemistry.


    Top mining engineering colleges in India are


    Bengal Engineering College, PO
    Botanical Garden, Howrah- 711103

    Indian Institute of Technology,
    Kharagpur- 721302

    Vinobha Bhave University

    Bihar Institute of Techynology, Sindri PO, Sindri Institute Dhanbad 828123


    *Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad - 826004

    Regional Engineering College,Rourkela - 769008

    Orissa School O Mining, Keonjhar 758001

    Pt. Ravishanker University,Govt. Engg. College, Raipur - 495009

    Guru Ghasidas University, Govt. Engg. College

    Benaras Hindu University, Institute of Technoloby, Varanasi - 221005

    College of Technology & Engineering, Udaipur 313001

    MBM Engineering College, Jodhpur

    Kothagudem School of Mines, Kothagudem-507101, Khammam


    Regional Engineering college, Surathkal, Srinivasnagar- 574157


    Golden Valley Institute of Technology, Oorgaum, KGF 563120

    Anna University, College of Engineering Guindy, Chennai 600025

    Maharashtra Vivesvaraya Regional Engineering College, Nagpur 440011

    Nagpur University, Chandrapur Engineering College, Ballarpur Road, Chandrapur - 442403

    Shri Ramdeobaba Kamla Nehru Engineering College, Katol Road, Nagpur

    Maharashtra Instt.of Tech.124, Kothurd Road,Pune 411038


    Career opportunities


    There is a great employment potential for a mining professional in our country as it is endowed with significant mineral resources. India produces 89 minerals out of which four are fuel minerals 11 metallic, 52 non-metallic and 22 minor minerals. The mines, mining finance houses & research organisation require an endless vareity of technically skilled scientists & enginners. The industry also needs many non-technical personnel to provide the legal, medical, financial & otherservices associated with an industry that has investment of worth billions of dollars. The strong growth in demand for minerals and increased use of mining engineers in the oil and gas extraction industry is expected to create enough employment opportunity over the 2006-16 period.
    Opportunities for Mining Engineers exist in a range of areas, including:

    Mine production and management
    Corporate management, financial analysis and merchant banking
    Computer software development and automation
    Consulting (mine design, financial analysis, geotechnics, environment etc)
    Government (policy formulation, legislation, administration)

    You can also explore job opportunities with government and public sector organizations such as :
    The Indian Bureau of Mines
    Geological Survey of India
    Coal India Ltd
    IPCL
    Neyvelli Lignite Corporation

    Remunerations of mining engineers is among the highest in the engineering profession. The starting pay-package for a fresh pass put from any average engineering college ranges between Rs.15, 000 and Rs.25, 000. The salary increases with skills and experience. If you are a graduate from IITs and NITs,then you will get more salary as compared to other engineering colleges.


    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!




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    Re: Can I do M.Tech(In Mining) after completing B.Tech(Computer Science Engineering)?

    i will be complete b.tech in computer science then after we m.tech in mining engineering?

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    Re: Can I do M.Tech(In Mining) after completing B.Tech(Computer Science Engineering)?

    Can I do M.Tech(In Mining) after completing B.Tech(electronics engineering).

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