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mtech vs java certifications

 
hansika motwani
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HI every one ..being a fresher if i sit for mtech preparation i have to spend 1 year and i can get a seat in reputed colleges .if i sit for java certifications for one year i could complete scjp and scwcd ..One year down the line which one would be more rewarding career..i have interest on both the areas ..so please suggest me which one could be the better option in terms of growth ,pay wise etc .etc.please convey me as per pay and growth wise .if i sit for mtech preparation even if i get seat in good college i have to study for 3 yrs .if i spend the same time in java within one year i can complete 2 levels of certifications as mentioned above and after that i can work any where for 2 years ..so considering overall 3 years .please tell me about growth
 
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If you are in a position to get a job then prefer a job or if you are not sure of getting a job right now, then try for both (MTech and a Java certification). More over to obtain a Java certification you do not have to study full time. But for a MTech, you have to study full time and nowadays most companies do not accept part time MTech degrees but there is nothing like part time java certifications. Hope you got the difference. Aim for both!
 
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What does "mtech" mean?
 
Freddy Wong
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I think the poster was referring to Master of Technology.

@hansika motwani
Why don't just do both? Get some certifications first if you want, then continue to do that MTech course. Once you have graduated, you can do a lot more certifications if you're still interested in them.

Currently I'm doing Master of Technology. I see that MTech seems to be more valuable than certifications, especially if you happen to sit in a good university. But like what I've already said. Do both if possible. That's my 2 cents.
 
Jimmy Clark
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Is "Master of Technology" an authentic academic degree? This degree does not exist in the U.S.A. What country and school has this degree?
 
Joy Mukherjee
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Hi,
In India we have both B.Tech (Bachelors Of Technology) granted by IIT'S (Indian Institute Of Technology) and B.E (Bachelors Of Engineering) granted by some colleges.
Both of these degrees are equivalent to BS of Engineering in US.

Now M.Tech is Masters Of Technology and also M.E Masters of Engineering which are equivalent to MS in Technology in US.

Hope this helps.

Thanks and Regards
Joy
 
Freddy Wong
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In Singapore, National University of Singapore also offers this course. That course is basically Master of Engineering in Software Engineering. I guess the word Master of Technology is just some fancy name.
 
Joy Mukherjee
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B Tech and M Tech is for all aspects of Engineering Mechanical,Electrical,Civil,Chemical,Computer Science,Electronics,Aeronautics,etc.

I myself did B Tech in Electrical Engineering from IIT (Indian Institute Of Engineering)

Thanks and Regards
Joy
 
Jimmy Clark
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Now M.Tech is Masters Of Technology and also M.E Masters of Engineering which are equivalent to MS in Technology in US.


Thanks.

In the U.S.A. the name of the degree is Master of Science. This is the name of the degree. The subject that is studied is considered a "major". For example, if you studied Information Systems, you would get a Master of Science degree. If you studied Computer Science, you would get a Master of Science degree. There are a few other computer/software related majors, they all fall under the Master of Science degree.
 
Paul Somnath
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I myself did B Tech in Electrical Engineering from IIT (Indian Institute Of Engineering)

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Joy[/QB]



Isnt it the world famous Indian Institute of Technology kharagpur IIT??
 
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