NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, SILCHAR

राष्ट्रीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान, सिलचर

M.Tech./M.Sc. Admissions
Admission Procedure

M.Tech.

Admissions to the Regular (Full-time) M.Tech. Programs are made on the basis of seats allocated by the Centralized Counselling for M.Tech./M.Arch./M.Plan. Admission (CCMT).

For detailed information and counselling process, please visit: "http://ccmt.nic.in/webinfo/Public/Home.aspx"

Contact Person: Dr. Upendra Kumar,
Associate Professor, C.E. Dept., NIT Silchar.
Phone No.: 9435176340.

Notice regarding Admission into M.Tech. Programme (under Sponsored (full-time) / Part-time / Project staff / Institute Employee Categories), 2017-18

Application Form for Admission into M.Tech. Programme (under Sponsored (full-time) / Part-time / Project staff / Institute Employee Categories), 2017-18


M.Tech. Regulations

PG/Ph.D. Thesis Preparation & Submission Gudelines

 

M.Sc. (Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics)

Admissions to M.Sc. courses in Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics are made on the basis of seats allocated by the Centralized Counselling for M.Sc./M.Sc.(Tech.) (CCMN).

  • Reporting and Course Registration: 27-28 July, 2017.
  • Class Starts: 31st July, 2017.
  • Hostels will be allotted after completion of the registration, subject to availability.
For detailed information and counselling process, please visit: "http://www.ccmn.in/Home.aspx"

Contact Person: Dr. Kedar Nath Das,
Assistant Professor, Mathematics Dept., NIT Silchar.
Phone No.: 9435176446.

Reservation


Course Structure


Programme Structure:
Teaching for the courses is reckoned in credits. Due credit is given to lecture, tutorial (theory) and practical components for a given subject. Normally for M.Tech., first two semesters have theory and practical (laboratory) subjects while for MSc/MBA, theory courses are taught in all the semesters. The 3rd and 4th semester mostly constitute the project work for M.Tech. while for M.Sc/MBA, the project work spans over the fourth semester. MBAstudents undergo a compulsory summer internship after second semester.
Project work and Seminar are essential part of the curricula. Class tests, assignments, tutorials, vivavoce, laboratory assignments, etc., are the constituent components of continuous assessment process and a student must fulfil all these requirements as prescribed by the teacher/coordinator of the subject.

Registration:
Students in Postgraduate programmes register for the course at the beginning of each semester. These programmes do not have summer/re-examinations. Students securing ‘F’ grade in any course appear the exam in the following session. Attendance in all classes is compulsory and assessment and evaluation pattern is similar to undergraduate course.