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THE MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY COURSE IN ENGINEERING

(Full Time / Part Time)

OM 1 TITLE OF THE COURSE

OM 1.1 The Course shall be called Master of Technology Course, abbreviated as M.Tech.

(Subject of Specialization)

OM 2 DURATION OF THE COURSE

OM 2.1 There shall be two categories:

1) Full Time Course and

2) Part Time Course

OM 2.2 Full Time Course:

The course shall extend over a period of four semesters and each semester shall

have the following schedule:

First Semester: 23 weeks duration • 16 weeks course work +7 weeks for (Preparation, Examination and Vacation).

Second Semester: 21 weeks duration • 16 weeks course work +5 weeks for (Preparation, Examination and Vacation).

Third Semester: 21 weeks duration • 16 weeks Internship +5 weeks for (Report Submission, Evaluation, Viva-Voce and initiation of Project Phase-II).

• Seminar and Presentation on Internship after 8 weeks from the commencement of III Semester.

• Report on Internship.

• Project Phase- I: Problem formulation and submission of synopsis within 8 weeks from the commencement of 3rd semester to the HoD with the approval of the Project Guide.

• Evaluation of Internship report and Viva-Voce, and

• Project Phase- II: Preliminary work on Project Implementation.

Fourth Semester: 24 weeks duration Course work of 2 subjects +Project Phase-III

OM 2.3 Part Time Course:

(a) The course shall extend over 6 semesters.

(b) Each semester shall be of the duration equivalent to that of the semester for full time students, inclusive of teaching, preparation for examination and vacation.

(c) First, second, third & fourth semester shall comprise of course work and the fifth shall be entirely devoted to Internship and sixth semester shall be entirely devoted to dissertation work.

(d) During the first semester, the candidate shall register for the subjects of first and third semesters. During the second semester, the candidate shall register for the subjects of second and fourth semesters.

(e) The candidate shall register for a maximum of three subjects per semester.

(f) The candidates shall register for Lab subject in first and second semesters along with the regular three subjects.

OM 2.4 A Full Time candidate shall be allowed a maximum duration of eight semesters from the first semester of admission to become eligible for the award of Master’s Degree, failing which he/she may register once again as a fresh candidate.

OM. 2.5 A Part Time candidate shall be allowed a maximum of 12 semesters duration from the first semester of admission to become eligible for the award of Master’s Degree, failing which he/she may register once again as a fresh candidate.

OM 2.6 The Calendar of events in respect of the course shall be fixed by the University from time to time.

OM 3 ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

OM 3.1 Admission to the Master of Technology Course shall be open to all the candidates who have passed B.E. / B. Tech. Examinations (as per the eligibility criteria specified from time to time) of VTU or any other recognized University / Institution. The decision of the Equivalence committee shall be final in establishing the eligibility of candidates for a particular course.

For the foreign degrees Equivalence certificate from the Association of Indian Universities is a must.

However, the candidates who have completed their prerequisite degree through the distance mode education are not eligible for admission to M.Tech. Courses under any quota i.e. Govt./Management.

OM 3.2 AMIE qualification in respective branches shall be equivalent to B.E./ B. Tech.

Courses of VTU for admission to M.Tech. However, the candidate seeking admission to M.Tech. courses on the basis of AMIE shall also take the Common Entrance Test.

OM 3.3 Admission to M.Tech. Course shall be open to the candidates who have passed the prescribed qualifying examination with not less than 50% of the marks in the aggregate of all the years of the degree examination. However, in the case of candidates belonging to SC/ST and Category I, the aggregate percentage of marks in the qualifying examinations shall not be less than 45%. Rounding off of percentage secured in qualifying examination is not permissible.

OM3.4 There shall be entrance examination for PG Programs from the Karnataka Examination Authority and candidates qualified for the admission through the Entrance examination or qualified for admission under GATE and issued an admission order from KEA are eligible for the admission to M.Tech. Program or through the entrance examination conducted by the University.

For admissions under Management Quota:

The candidates should have appeared for the Entrance Examination conducted by KEA or Qualified under GATE or appeared and qualified through the entrance examination conducted by the University.

Further, there shall be an Admissions Committee for PG Course in each college for each branch of PG studies consisting of the Principal of the College as the Chairman, Head of the concerned Department, one senior staff member of the concerned Department. The Admissions Committee conducts the interview of the candidates for admissions.





For admissions under Sponsored Quota:

The candidates should have appeared for the Entrance Examination conducted by KEA or Qualified under GATE or through the entrance examination conducted by the University.

OM 3.5 The candidates, who have qualified in the GATE Examination for the appropriate branch of engineering, shall be given priority. They shall be exempt from taking Entrance Examination.

OM 3.6 If sufficient number of GATE qualified candidates are not available, such seats shall be filled from amongst the candidates appeared for Entrance Examination in the order of merit.

OM 3.7 The maximum number of seats under various categories (regular, sponsored candidates and SC/ST) shall be as sanctioned by the AICTE, State Government and VTU, from time to time.

OM 3.8 Subject to the provisions of OM 3.1 and OM 3.2, members of the Teaching/Research Staff/Teaching Assistants working in any Engineering College recognized by AICTE either in the State of Karnataka or outside and who have put in a minimum of Three years of teaching experience on full-time basis in Engineering Colleges, Polytechnic institutions / any other institutions imparting Engineering education shall be eligible for admission to PG Courses under sponsored quota, if they are sponsored by the respective Institutions / DTE. Where sufficient number of such candidates is not available, candidates with minimum Three years of teaching experience may be allowed to the course against sponsored quota.

OM 3.9 Subject to the provisions of OM3.1 and OM3.2, members working in the State Government / Central Government / Quasi Government Organizations / Public Sector Industries / Reputed Private Industries, who have put in a minimum of Three years of working experience and are sponsored by the concerned Organizations shall also be eligible to seek admissions to PG Courses against sponsored quota.

OM 3.10 The Engineering graduates other than the graduates of any of the Universities of Karnataka State shall have to obtain Eligibility Certificate from the VTU to seek admission to P.G. course in any of the colleges affiliated to VTU.

OM 3.11 Part time students whose place of working is within radial distance of 40 km from the institution where they seek admission shall take admission for the course under the regulation OM 3.8 or OM3.9.

OM 3.12 Admission to M.Tech. course shall be open under lateral entry scheme for candidates who have completed one year PG Diploma Course of VTU or equivalent course in that branch in which he / she is seeking admission and satisfies all other eligibility criteria for admission to the regular M.Tech. Course.

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT

OM 4 OM 4.1 Each course of the semester shall be treated as a separate unit for calculation of the attendance.

OM 4.2 Each semester is considered as a unit and the candidate has to put in a minimum attendance of 85% in each subject with a provision of condonation of 10% of the attendance by the Vice-Chancellor on the specific recommendation of the Principal of the college where the candidate is studying, showing some reasonable cause such as medical grounds, participation in University level sports, cultural activities, seminars, workshops, paper presentation, etc. The necessary documents such as Medical Certificate, letter of participation in University level activities etc., are to be submitted along with recommendations for condonation.

OM 4.3 A candidate, who does not satisfy the attendance requirement as mentioned above shall not be eligible to appear for the Examination of that semester and shall be required to repeat that semester along with regular students during the subsequent year.

OM 4.4 If a candidate, for any reason, discontinues the course in the middle, he/she may be permitted to register to continue the course along with subsequent batch, subject to the condition that he/she shall complete the class work, laboratory work and seminar including the submission of dissertation within the maximum stipulated period (double the duration of the course). Such candidate shall not be eligible to be considered for the award of rank.

OM 4.5 Principals of the concerned colleges shall notify regularly, the list of such candidates who fall short of attendance.

OM 4.6 The list of the candidates falling short of attendance shall be sent to the University at least one week prior to the commencement of the examination.

OM 5 INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

OM 5.1 A candidate shall obtain not less than 50% of the maximum marks prescribed for the Internal Assessment (IA) of each subject/Lab, including seminars.

OM 5.2 Internal Assessment Marks shall be based on assignments, tests, oral examination and seminar conducted in respective subjects (minimum of two tests are compulsory).

OM 5.3 Candidates obtaining less than 50% of the Internal Assessment marks in any subject(s)/Lab shall not be eligible to appear for the examination in that subject(s).

Only in such cases, the Head of the Department shall arrange for the improvement of Internal Assessment marks in the subject(s)/Lab in subsequent semester.

OM 5.4 The candidates shall write the Internal Assessment Test in Blue Books which shall be maintained by the Principal / Head of the Department for at least three months after the announcement of University results and available for verification as per the directions of the Registrar (Evaluation).

OM 5.5 Every sheet of the Internal Assessment marks list shall bear the signatures of the concerned Teacher, Head of the Department and the Principal.

OM 5.6 The Internal Assessment marks list shall be displayed on the Notice Board and corrections, if any, shall be incorporated before sending to the University.

OM 5.7 The IA marks shall be sent to the university by the Principals well in advance before the commencement of theory examination. No corrections of the Internal Assessment marks shall be entertained after the submission of marks list to the University.

OM 6 SEMINARS OM 6.1 All candidates shall present one seminar each in the first and the second semesters on the topics chosen from the relevant fields.

OM 6.2 The Head of the Department shall arrange for conducting such seminars through concerned faculty member of the Department.

OM 6.3 The Internal Assessment marks for the seminar shall be awarded by the concerned faculty member.

OM 7 PAPER SETTING AND EVALUATION OF THEORY ANSWER PAPERS

OM 7.1 Question papers in theory subjects shall be set by the Examiners appointed for that purpose by the University.

OM 7.2 There shall be double valuation of theory papers. The theory Answer booklets shall be valued independently by two examiners appointed by the University.

OM 7.3 If the difference between the marks awarded by the two Examiners is not more than 15 per cent of the maximum marks, the marks awarded to the candidate shall be the average of two evaluations.

OM 7.4 If the difference between the marks awarded by the two Examiners is more than 15 per cent of the maximum marks, the answer booklet shall be evaluated by a third Examiner appointed by the university. The average of the marks of nearest two valuations shall be considered as the marks secured by the candidate. However, if one of the three marks falls exactly midway between the other two, then the highest two marks shall be taken for averaging.

Internship 0M 8 Internship: The student shall undergo Internship for 16 weeks.

OM 8.1 Seminar / Presentation on Internship: The student shall make a midterm OM 8.2 presentation of the activities undertaken during the first eight weeks of internship to a panel comprising Internship Guide, a senior faculty from the department and Head of the Department of the college.

Report on Internship: The College shall facilitate and monitor the student internship OM 8.3 program. The internship report of each student shall be submitted to the Head of the Department of the college with the approval of the Guide.

Evaluation of Internship - To be carried out by the Internal Guide of the college OM 8.4 and the respective Head of the Department.

Viva-Voce on Internship Report- To be conducted internally by the Internship Guide OM 8.5 (from the college) and the External Guide under whose supervision the student has carried out the internship.

Failure to undergo Internship: The student will not be eligible to submit the OM 8.6

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