IITs vs NITs is a big debate in our country. While every science scholar wants to get into IITs, NITs are the next big place to get the technical and science degree. There are total 31 NITs with approx. 18K seats in various courses.
M.Sc. is a very lesser known course offered by these NITs. After qualifying IIT JAM Exam, a candidate can apply for 20 National Institute of Technologies (NITs).
Here’s the list of total seats under M.Sc. in NITs through JAM, some of these also provide 5-year integrated M.Sc. in NITs:
|List of NITs offering M.Sc.||Seats||Fee Structure for OC/OB and ST/SC|
|NIT Arunachal Pradesh||20||43,450|
|VNIT Nagpur||120||Not Available|
|NIT Silchar||60||Not Available|
|NIT Hamirpur||60||49,300 or 46,300 (for Girls)|
|NIT Surathkal||52||53,990 (Hosteller) and 39,440 (Day Scholar)|
Other than this, there are some seats in NIT M.Sc. Admission which are offered through other Entrance Exams. In this blog, we’ll discuss about the NIT Entrance Exams for M.Sc. 2020-21, list of courses, and admission procedure.
At the end of this blog, you’d be able to take an informed decision regarding your Post graduation in NIT.
The well-established NITs like NIT Calicut, Trichy and Warangal hold their own M.Sc. Entrance Exams. Some of these exams are to fill vacant seats while others are for admission to specialized M.Sc. programmes.
For M.Sc. Computer Science, Physics and Chemistry, NIT Trichy conducts an entrance exam. The entrance test for all the M.Sc. programmes will be conducted in June month (from 10.30 a.m. to 12.00 p.m.) at NIT Tiruchirappalli itself. The admit cards for the exam are uploaded separately.
Candidates who are looking for the NIT Warangal M.Sc. Admission in masters programmes for Mathematics, Engineering Physics [M.Sc. Tech.] and Chemistry can apply through an entrance exam held by NIT Warangal.
Admissions into various M.Sc. programs at NITW for academic year 2020-21 will be based on JAM 2020 test. Hence the aspirants for M.Sc. program at NITW are required to register and take part in JAM for M.Sc. admissions.
The Institute offers three-year (six-semester) full-time programme in Master of Computer Application (MCA). Admission to MCA programme is made through NIT MCA Common Entrance Test (NIMCET).
The seats remaining vacant after CCMN allotment are filled through an entrance exam. This exam is called Institution Admission Test (IAT). The process to apply for IAT is given on the official website.
Given below are the best NITs for pursuing M.Sc. in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. As 80% of NIT M.Sc. seats are given for these subjects only, most of students ask this question very frequently.
Do you want to enter the Best NIT in India for Physics courses, then you must read further. These below mentioned NITs have the best Physics departments and faculties in India.
The ranking of NITs is given in term of reputation of their M.Sc. Chemistry programmes.
NITs are not the most preferred places for M.Sc. Mathematics. Mathematics Departments in the NIT colleges lag somewhat in comparison to the other engineering branches. But if you are still interested in NIT M.Sc. courses for Maths. Here goes the list:
We’d rather suggest you apply for ISI, Kolkata or IISERs for M.Sc. mathematics where you can get better learning of advanced role of statistics and mathematics in solving critical problems. Other recommended colleges are TIFR, CMI, Chennai.
We’ve put together an exhaustive list to help make the decision easier for all aspiring candidates. Although NITs have the same value as a new set up IIT; the brand value, campus life and placements of these NITs are far superior.
The older and more established NITs like those in Surathkal, Trichy, Warangal, and Calicut are a lot better than the most of the IITs.
We hope you won’t just go behind the prestigious IIT “tag”, but the overall career aspect that an institute offers.