Top Colleges For Nanotechnology

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The term nanotechnology   is to refer to the ability to engineer materials precisely at the scale of nano meters. This is in fact its current meaning; ’engineer materials’  is usually taken to comprise the design, characterization, production and application of materials  and the scope has now-a- days widened to include devices and systems rather than just materials. Nano tech is said to be an exponential  technology because of its ability to reproduce its own means of production. It is a revolutionary, trans-formative  powerful, and potentially very  beneficial technology. Nanotechnology is a key technology for the future with a variety of potential applications and governments have invested billions of dollars in its research.

Future Prospect of Nanotechnology:

The future prospects of nanotechnology are very bright, as it directly concerns the quality, comfort and better health of the masses. Nanotechnology is still in a formative phase today – yet it is maturing rapidly. Government of India has allocated 100 crores for five years.  By 2015, products incorporating nanotechnology will contribute approximately $1 trillion to the global economy. About two million workers will be employed in nanotech industries, and three times that many will have supporting jobs. Over the next couple of decades, nanotech will evolve through four overlapping stages of industrial prototyping and early commercialization. During 2015-2020, the field will expand to include molecular nano systems–heterogeneous networks in which molecules and super molecular structures serve as distinct devices.  Computers and robots could be reduced to extraordinarily small sizes. Medical applications might be as ambitious as new types of genetic therapies and anti aging treatments. New interfaces linking people directly to electronics could change telecommunication.

What are the career areas?

Current applications of nanoscale science and technology, and thus career opportunities exist in areas  such as

  • Electronics/semiconductor industry
  • Materials science including textiles, polymers, packaging, among others
  • Auto and aerospace industries
  • Sporting goods
  • Biotechnology
  • Medical fields and pharmaceuticals
  • Environmental monitoring, control and remediation
  • Food science including quality control and packaging
  • Forensics
  • University and federal lab research
  • Military and national security
  • Energy capture and storage
  • And many more areas.

 

Eligibility for Career in Nanotechnology:

Nanoscale science is an interdisciplinary field-one where science and engineering intersect. Studying science or engineering and paying attention to the developments in nanoscience that advance these fields can provide you with a solid foundation for any broad range of careers.

The M.Tech in Nanotechnology can be pursued after completing their B.Tech degree in any of the following:

  • Mechanical
  • Biomedical
  • Chemical
  • Biotechnology
  • Electronics
  • Computer Science

Not everyone in nanotechnology will require a doctorate degree in science or engineering. A skilled workforce trained at a variety of levels is needed to meet the projected workforce challenge. Education levels include:

  • Technical program(a high school degree plus additional training)
  • Associate’s degree(2 years of college)
  • Bachelor’s degree(about 4 years of college total)
  • Master’s degree(about 6 years of college total)
  • Doctorate(about 9 years of college total)
  • Electronics
  • Computer Science

Top 10 Colleges in India which Offer  Nanotechnology

1.     Amity University-Jaipur, Rajasthan

2.     Indian Institute of Technology – (IIT)    

  • Centre for Research in Nanotechnology & Science (CRNTS)
    IIT Bombay, Powai, Mumbai-400076, India
    E-mail: office.crnts@iitb.ac.in
    Ph No:  91-22-25722545 Ext. 7690 (Direct line: 25767690)
    CRNTS office: 91-22-25722545 Ext. 7691 (Direct line: 25767691)
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Programme
    Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IIT-K)
    Kanpur – 208016, UP, INDIA
    E-mail: kamalkk@iitk.ac.in
    Ph No: 0512-2597687/09415081153
    Fax: 0512-2597408                                                                                                           Indian Institute of Technology,  Delhi
  • Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110 016, India                                                                                        Ph No: (91) 011-2658 2222, (91) 011-2658 1696                                                                     FAX: (91) 011-2658 2037, (91) 011-2658 2277                                                                            E-mail: webmaster@admin.iitd.ac.in

3.     Amrita Center for Nano sciences & Molecular Medicine – (ACNSMM)      Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences,

  1. Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham,
    AIMS Ponnekkara  P O
    Kochi – 682041
    Ph No: 0484 2858750 / 4008750
    E-mail: researchsecretary@aims.amrita.edu

4.     Indian institute of Science – (IIS)

Center of Excellence in Nanoelectronics (CEN),  Bangalore 560 012, India
Ph No: +91 (80) 2293 2315
Fax: +91 (80) 2360 2602
E-mail : chairman@physics.iisc.ernet.in

5.     University of Madras – School of physical science

6.     Jawaharlal  Nehru  Center  for  Advanced  Scientific  Research – (JNCASR)

Jakkur, Bangalore-560 064, India
Fax: 91-80-22082766.
E-mail: academic@jncasr.ac.in
Website: http://www.jncasr.ac.in/admit/

7.     Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT), Bhopal

8.     Centre for Nanotechnology & Advanced Biomaterials (CeNTAB)

  1. Sastra University, Thirumalaisamudram, Thanjavur,
    Tamil Nadu – 613042
    E-mail: swami@sastra.edu

9.           Bhai Maha Singh College of Engineering – Muktsar, Punjab

10.     National Institute of Technology  –  ( NIT )                                                                                    National Institute of Technology (NIT-C) in Rourkela district in the state of Orissa and National Institute of Technology in Kurukshetra district in Haryana have  a joint venture with Government.NIT-C is in the forefront of nanotechnology research in Kerala. The growing importance of nanotechnology was underlined by an agreement of cooperation that the National Institute of Technology, Calicut (NIT-C) recently inked with the Dong-A University, South Korea.

NIT campus(PO), kerala,Ph No: (+91) 495- 2286147

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3 Responses to Top Colleges For Nanotechnology

  1. chandu badsha says:

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  2. Pallavi sinha says:

    NANOTECHNOLOGY is a study of material at 10^-9 meter scale.it is a new technology and it is applicable in various sector like medical, Defense ,food packaging ,engineering devices etc.
    Research is going on to introduce Nano robots mainly in the medical field where it will be helpful to scan bacteria in a few sec.,also useful to replace chemotherapy (in which healthy cells also being affected along with diseased cell.

  3. Susmita Guha says:

    Useful information for students aspiring for nanotechnology..

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