In the present era of access to communication and information being the order of the day, a degree scroll in Computer Science (B.Tech or MCA) is a prized asset. Youngsters who had opted for PCM (physics, chemistry and mathematics) as the main subjects aspire to earn a degree in this engineering stream.
This is the prevailing scenario of higher education across the state of Rajasthan. Bright scholars wish to further supplement their academic qualification with a post-graduate degree of M.Tech. For instance M Tech Computer Science courses in Rajasthan have been much sought-after by such students.
An M.Tech in Computer Science is similar to a passport to El Dorado since engineers from this branch command a premium as per the latest market dynamics. They are hired by both government and corporate entities for varying high-tech tasks. These range from core engineering, R&D, manufacturing and quality control to consultancy and software solutions.
Rajasthan has scores of academia imparting top quality education in engineering. These colleges function under central, autonomous or private universities. There are around 33 institutions which offer M.Tech in Computer Science. Almost all the engineering colleges are periodically monitored by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).
Although criteria for admission to M.Tech degree in these colleges as prescribed by respective university may differ, minimum 50 to 55% marks is a must in the state of Rajasthan. Besides the written-test, certain colleges conduct personal interview and counselling to assess a student’s overall calibre.
There are around 50 top institutions offering M. Tech Computer Science courses in Rajasthan. Some of these colleges enable the students to reinforce their knowledge in PCM, basic engineering, social sciences, management and humanities. With this as the foundation, the course focuses on the core subject of computer science engineering (CSE).
Deserving brilliant and also economically poor students are granted scholarships in their quest for M.Tech degrees. Some of these institutions provide ample opportunities for the students to undertake consultancy projects as case studies. In addition to a study tour, they are also given an exposure to the corporate and industrial environment that could last from four to six weeks. To top it all, potential employers scout for talented engineers by holding ‘On-the-Campus’ interviews.
Every year, in the month of March, admission notices from different reputed colleges and universities appear in all the major newspapers of the state of Rajasthan. Interested students can appear for an entrance examination which is taken to assess the concerned student’s capabilities, calibre and aptitudes in computer engineering.