M.Tech Admissions

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    • The M.Tech Programmes at NU are industry-integrated programmes designed for working professionals and non-working engineering or post-graduate students. The admission process followed is accordingly tailored to the needs of the programme.

      The M.Tech GIS programme at NU uses the university’s core principles of industry-linked, technology-based, research-driven and seamless as a foundation of its programme design. NU M.Tech GIS Programme is offered with support from ERSI Inc, California, USA, the world’s leading organization in development of GIS software and ESRI India. The Programme is designed to serve professional development at the workplace and, hence, is characterized by the pedagogic innovation of Education-Work Linkage.

      The M.Tech Educational Technology Programme is offered to:

      • Pre-Service Professionals
      • In-Service Professionals
      • Corporate Professionals

      In each case, the value-creation is jointly identified by NU and the School/Corporate organization during the admission process itself. This enables customization of projects and laboratory work to address the value that is required to be created.

      For Pre-Service Professionals

      NIIT University’s M.Tech Educational Technology is a unique, research-driven, technology- enabled, multi-disciplinary programme that aims at building the competence of the new age learners. Experiential learning- and reflection- driven realistic approach to teaching, enables the candidates to process smarter information and construct knowledge in a highly research driven academic construct. The aim is to create a new league of working professionals with high order thinking skills, who would set benchmarks of excellence as Learning Engineers in 21st Century organizations. The focus is on processes of thinking, learning, collaboration and self-regulation of learning and thinking integrated in regular domain-specific instruction and further integrated in value creating work.