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    Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    i have finished 12th...and now i wish to do nanotechnology. but there are no enough scope here in tamilnadu and here they offer only master degree in nanotechnology only in few colleges...so now i am confused whether i should bsc in physics\any engineering course??...if engineering which course should i take to excel in nanotechnology physics field??...





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    Sunil Kumar Kannoujiya
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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    ELECTRONICS IS THE BEST FOR THENAINOTECHNOLOGY.




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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    Things are complicated with Nanotechnology in India because this field of Engineering is very new for India and suffering technological advancements. However, Government is working on both Biotechnology and Nanotechnology to get them a good cahrm and for Biotechnology government has improved alot, but Nanotechnology's main problem is lack of Investment both inland and foreign and lack of skilled and qualified professional.

    However, since you have knee interest in Nanotechnology and wanted explore a successful career in this sector going through both Physics and any other engineering are good option.

    If you are going through Physics, then better go for B.sc (Physics) followed by a M.sc in Physics. Then you can opt for M.Tech in Nanotechnology. Or if you want to explore this field just after your Graduation then better go for M.sc followed by PhD in the same, it would be much better then M.Tech. If you wanted to leave Tamil Nadu many prospects are available for you like- Amity University one of the most reputed Universities of India offers 5.5 years Integrated B.Tech + M.Tech in Nanotechnology

    But as you told you don't want to get out of Tamil Nadu then going through B.Tech is another best option available for you. You can get into B.Tech Biotechnology or Biomedical or Chemical Engineering the best one for those who want to opt for Nanotechnology at master level.

    So, total options available for you are as follows:
    • B.sc Physics, then M.sc in Nanotechnology
    • M.sc. Physics then M.Tech in Nanotechnology
    • B.Tech then M.Tech Nanotechnology

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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    Government is working on both Biotechnology and Nanotechnology to get them a good cahrm and for Biotechnology government has improved alot, but Nanotechnology's main problem is lack of Investment both inland and foreign and lack of skilled and qualified professional.
    you have knee interest in Nanotechnology and wanted explore a successful career in this sector going through both Physics and any other engineering are good option.
    as you told you don't want to get out of Tamil Nadu then going through B.Tech is another best option available for you. You can get into B.Tech Biotechnology or Biomedical or Chemical Engineering the best one for those who want to opt for Nanotechnology at master level.
    I think B.Tech then M.Tech Nanotechnology will be good for you.

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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    IF YOU ARE INTERESTED TO JOIN NANOTECHNOLOGY AT A LATER STAGE OF UR CAREER , THEN YOU CAN OPT FOR EITHER BSC PHYSICS OR BSC ELECTRONICS BECAUSE NANOTECHNOLOGY IS THE SCIENCE WHICH DEALS WITH THE PARTICLES AT NANOSCALE. NOW A DAYS THIS FIELD IS IN GROWING STAGES AND WOULD EXCEL IN FUTURE PROMISING A FUTURE WITH SAFE CAREER . YOU HAVE TO QUALIFY GATE FOR PURSUING NANOTECH IN IIT. ALSO M.TECH NANOTECHNOLOGY IS PRESENT IN AMU.

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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    Who say no scope for Nano Technology.????
    There is lot of demand of nano technologists.
    If you are interested then you have to go with Nano Technology.
    Really it is very interested subject and there are lot of job opportunities in this field.

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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    There is the wide are range of opportunites available for nano technology. You can get the clear way about your ambition. Don't confused.

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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    I think you have to go with Engineering Course.
    Since BSc and B-Tech(Engineering degree) there is lots of difference between them.
    B-Tech is much much better then that of BSc.
    BSc is simple 3 year degree course and B-Tech is 4 year reputed degree course.
    Now talking about branch in Engineering course.
    Nano Technology is latest Tech. in India.
    Since this is new so demand of it increases repeatedly....
    I think this is good and in future scope is on very large scale.

    Now talking about BSc.
    Which is simple 3 year degree course.
    if you have interest in Physics then you can look for Bsc.
    Generally BSc is Teaching line and after that you can look for Bed or Msc.

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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    for engineering physics is must.

    I think you have to go with Engineering Course.
    Since BSc and B-Tech(Engineering degree) there is lots of difference between them.
    B-Tech is much much better then that of BSc.
    BSc is simple 3 year degree course and B-Tech is 4 year reputed degree course.
    Now talking about branch in Engineering course.
    Nano Technology is latest Tech. in India.
    Since this is new so demand of it increases repeatedly....
    I think this is good and in future scope is on very large scale.

    Now talking about BSc.
    Which is simple 3 year degree course.
    if you have interest in Physics then you can look for Bsc.
    Generally BSc is Teaching line and after that you can look for Bed or Msc.

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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    I think MCA is good option..
    MCA -most of the students choose MCA after BCA.....
    MCA means master in computer application and this is very good course..
    OR
    MBA is second good option after MCA..
    MBA is management course i.e. Master in business management it is good course and job placement in this field is also good..
    OR
    you can go for MSc which is also master degree and good course..
    Now decision in your hand what you choose..

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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    Sir, i want to know about nanotechnology, how is the scope of it? Mainly electronics& chemistry. Which colleges are providing such course

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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    I think if you want to thinking of doing Engineering then the best is Btech.
    And for taking admission in B.Tech you must have to give at least one exam given below-
    AIEEE
    IIT-JEE
    WBJEE For West Bengal Engineering
    HP UIIT For Himachal Pradesh
    BITS
    SRM etc..
    and after that basis on your rank you will get college.
    ANd alternatively you can go for BCA or MCA..
    BCA is Bachelor in Computer Application Course and this is also good..
    MCA is Master degree course you can do after BCA ..

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    Shubham Agarwal
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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    Here is a list of colleges that offer B.Tech in nanotechnology:
    Amity Institute of Nanotechnology(AINT),Noida
    Indian Institute of Science,Bangalore
    Maulana Azad National Institute of technology,Bhopal
    Amritha Centre of Nanosciences,Kochi
    National Chemical Laboratory,Pune
    National Physical Laboratory,Delhi
    So instead of doing B.Sc physics you can do engineering from one of these colleges if your ultimate aim is to excel in nanotechnology in physics.After this you can do M.Tech in Nanotechnology available at IITs and NITs to go for research work.Still if you do B.Sc Physics then later at the PG level you can do M.Sc nanotechnology and later Ph.D in Physics.

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    sushma kumar
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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    You can get into IT, electronics or EEE for your goal.graduation from CS or IT also will help you towards your goal

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    Re: Should I do BSc in Physics or any other engineering course? Which engineering course should I choose so as to excel in Nanotechnology Physics Field?

    which is best engineering or bsc physics

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