ACE Academy Congratulates all its students who have got good ranks in the GATE–11.
NOTE: The following suggestions / guidelines for M.Tech admissions have been prepared by us considering the information given by previous students based on their percentile & Rank.
Premier Institutes, in the order of preference
The selection is, generally, based on GATE percentile/rank. However, some IITs, NITs and other university colleges may conduct a written test / Interview for selection into M.Tech. In such a case, the GATE score is given 70% weightage and remaining 30% weightage is for the written test / Interview. The exact procedure will be known by referring to the information brochure issued by the colleges for admission into M.Tech. The selection criteria may vary from year to year and from college to college.
* In IISc Bangalore, IIT Madras, Kharagpur,Roorkee, the selection is purely based on
However in other colleges apart from GATE score, a written test or interview is being conducted for selection into M.Tech.
In IIIT, Hyderabad
-> If a student scores more than 98 percentile, there is a chance of getting into IITs.
Non Stipend M.Tech:
-> Offered by most of the IITs and IISc. The MS course is equivalent to M.Tech. It involves research work and takes about of 2 1/2 to 3yrs to complete the course. Very few seats are available in the IITs. Admission are taken twice in a year (in June & Nov. months). Admission are based on GATE score + Degree marks + interview. Candidates with more than 90 percentile GATE score and good academic record ( > 70 % marks) have chances of getting admission.
It offers 2 years PG Diploma in Industrial Engineering. It is a management course equivalent to MBA. It has good campus placements. All the students who have more than 85 percentile are eligible to apply. The admission is purely based on marks secured in the Group Discussion & Interview to be conducted by it later. Strongly recommended to join. Excellent salary packages and campus placements.
Special attention for SC/ST students:
Special attention for Girls:
Special note for Second Class students:
If you see the rules & regulations of various premier Institutes, 1st class in Engineering is the pre-requisite. If you apply online, your application will be rejected. Hence we suggest you to apply manually with a request letter stating your present strengths substantiating with GATE Score and your desire to do M.Tech in the respective IIT. Request them to give you a chance so that you can prove yourself. Most of the professors would like to encourage the students who are seriously interested, inspite of the above negative point, if the GATE score is good and the student has a burning desire to join the desired specialization in the desired IIT. They may consider your application with sympathy and may give you a chance after a personnel Interview. some of our old students with second class in their graduation got admission on similar grounds. Be bold and be positive. Definitely, you can reach your goal.
1.The students are advised to select the first preference carefully, appropriate to their GATE score level as the students are called for interview based on their 1st preference opted, generally
2. Those who have got relatively low scores in the GATE are strongly advised to apply for more number of colleges (not less than 10) so that they can get admission in at least one college in the desired specialization
3. The students shall be in-touch with the daily English newspapers ( The Hindu, The Indian Express, The Times of India etc.) and Employment News for the M.Tech notifications by various colleges.
4. The students are also advised to visit the websites of the premier colleges for all the latest details on M.Tech admissions.
5. All the above guidelines are only suggestive / advisory. The candidates are requested to go through the information brochure of each college and take decision appropriately Depending upon their interest.
6. The students may also contact their seniors/friends studying in various colleges for their suggestions and latest information about the colleges.
WISH U ALL THE BEST
Y. V. Gopala Krishna Murthy