M.Tech in India or MS in US ?

Jan 31 • General • 5207 Views • 2 Comments on M.Tech in India or MS in US ?

Students in India are always loaded with lots of questions running in their mind and somehow they manages to answered those questions to themselves and sometime they take help of consultants. Some able to take the perfect decision but most of the students took the shortcuts which leads to failure in future. I have also noticed a question “Whether MS from Foreign Country/Abroad or Should pursue M.Tech in India from top colleges Which is better for lucrative career. I am not supporting either of two but i will like to put all the facts about MS and M.Tech, I would like to make aware of all the facts related to MS and M.Tech.
Yes, MS and M.Tech both can be done after completing graduation, but they do have lot of differences . I would like to point out the differences

  • M.Tech is more theoretical Whereas MS is more practical.

But this is really a good question and every engineering student who thinks of either a great job or good carrier asks at least once to himself. After graduation when we have this question, I can immediately conclude that the question itself was wrong. The reason is that the IITs are India’s top Engineering schools with a strong Alumni base in all technology companies in world, are compared to any university in US.

The right question should be “M.Tech in IITs or MS in top 50 Engineering Schools of US?” or “M.Tech in India or MS in US?” These questions are correct and not comparing apple with oranges.

Let me answer the second question first. M.Tech in India or MS in US? The answer to this question according to my understanding is US is a good option. As even a university with rank around 300 will have a one or two good faculties members who studied at top universities during certain level of their educational qualifications. At least they carry that culture with them and can be helpful for the students to think differently and confidently. Job opportunities in US are more, as the competition is less than when compared to India.

If I have an admission letter from top NITs or IITs and some university in US with ranking around 200, I will go for M.Tech in India. As NITs and IITs have all top companies of the world in every domain for campus recruitment with a 200% placement figures. No university in the world has this kind of placement statistics. This will also open doors for me higher education in top 50 universities in US with a scholarship which otherwise is quite difficult.

Let me come to the first question. “M.Tech in IITs or MS in top 50 Engineering Schools of US?” The answer is quite simple and straight, MS in US top 50 universities (with a scholarship) is a better choice. To reach there either you should be a fresh IITian, Some top 20 institutes in India, or already have a job experience in on of the top multinational companies like Microsoft, Google, and Yahoo…etc.

Getting into either IITs or Top 50 universities (with a scholarship) need lots of hard work and luck. With hard work and consistent try to get admission into these heavens of education one at certain point of time can be there. But I rarely saw someone with luck alone reached there. For M.Tech in IITs you have to prepare for GATE, take time to study for it. Need gather best GATE martial, solve previous questions papers and try not to be less than 99 % (percentile). On the other hand to go to top universities in US, you need to prepare hard for GRE and make sure that you won’t get less than 1400, write a good statement of purpose and run around to arrange good recommendations. After everything wait for admission committee decision, once you get an admission letter run around the US embassy to get visa. This all process make you understand that easy things don’t pay you much in life, so take a stand and work hard and pray for good luck.

To summarize this I would prefer to go to any Top engineering school in the world that gives me a freedom to make decision about career without any compulsions. Only IITs, Top NITs and Top Schools in any other developed country can give this opportunity. By Career decision I mean the decision to switch between Industry and academia easily.

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2 Responses to M.Tech in India or MS in US ?

  1. tarunkumar says:

    im in dilemma to go ms or m tech now as my visa rejected 3 times

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