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M.Tech. in Environmental Engineering is a 02 years full time or 03 years part time post graduate degree course with a specialization in the domain of environmental engineering in the field of Civil Engineering. After M. Tech the students are capable to work for Govt./ Public/MNCs or pursue further studies like PhD in the said subjects.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidate must have passed B. Tech from any recognised University or AICTE recognised Institute/College with minimum aggregate marks of 50% or 5.5 CGPA for GEN/OBC and 45% marks or 5.0 CGPA for SC/ST Category. Candidate will be offered admission in M. Tech. only in that stream of Engineering in which he has obtained B. Tech.

For M. Tech (Environmental Engg), candidates must have passed B. Tech (any stream) from any recognised University or AICTE recognised Institute/College with minimum aggregate marks of 50% or 5.5 CGPA for GEN/OBC and 45% marks or 5.0 CGPA for SC/ST Category or M.Sc. (any stream) with 45% marks or 5.0 CGPA for GEN/OBC and 40% marks or 4.5 CGPA for SC/ST Category.

In addition to the above mentioned basic M. Tech (Regular) eligibility, candidates must have at least 2 years Teaching/Industrial/Research/Professional Work Experience for 3 years M. Tech (Part Time) in CE, ME, CS, EC & EE.

Course Fee

Duration(in Year) 1 2
Tuition Fee Rs. 80,000/- Rs. 80,000/-
Examination Fee Rs. 9,000/- Rs. 9,000/-
Other Fees (Registration, Library etc.) Rs. 9,000/- Rs. 9,000/-
Development Fund Rs. 9,000/- Rs. 9,000/-
Caution Money Rs. 5,000/-
Total Fee Rs. 112,000/- Rs. 107,000/-
Hostel Fees (Fees + Caution Money) = Rs. 75,000/- + Rs. 5,000 /- = Rs. 80,000/-
Transportation Cost = Rs. 30,000/-

Objective

Features Scope

Environmental engineering has immense scope in India for professionals who are qualified in chemical, biological, thermal, radioactive or even mechanical engineering as environmental engineering is a diverse field and requires people from diverse background. Moreover, professionals from process engineering, environmental chemistry, water and sewage treatment, waste reduction management, pollution prevention, etc. are required in large numbers.

Job prospects for professionals with qualification in environmental engineering are bright in research centres, NGOs and various governmental departments working towards green development. Candidates with M.Tech in environmental engineering have opportunities to work for government built assessment committees which study and analyse the environmental risks involved in certain projects. The report of such a committee is then submitted to the concerned authority for further observation.
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