Continue to Site

Welcome to

Welcome to our site! is an international Electronics Discussion Forum focused on EDA software, circuits, schematics, books, theory, papers, asic, pld, 8051, DSP, Network, RF, Analog Design, PCB, Service Manuals... and a whole lot more! To participate you need to register. Registration is free. Click here to register now.

Mtech full time or part time.

Not open for further replies.


Full Member level 5
Jul 25, 2006
Reaction score
Trophy points
Activity points
Hi Guys,
I want your suggestion regarding master degree.I am presently working in an ASIC MNC. I have an experience of more than 1year.Now I am planning to do master degree and have three options for that. Either continue with the job and go for part time mtech which is of three years, or go for weekend mtech which is of two years. Or leave the job and go for MS. I am very confused about the selection,please help me in making a decision..



Hi deh_fuhrer,

solution for ur confusion is with u only, wat I mean to say is if you are able to concentrate on both at a time with out effecting other thing means u can continue ur job and also do ur masters else if u r financial gud then leave the job and go for masters.

i suggest u get 2 yrs minimum exp and later go for a full time MS/Mtech programme. as u know now a days 2 yrs is the minimum exp to get a change with a good package.By the way a part time is of no use knowledge point of view. if u r considering just to get a degree its fine.

Hi Guys,
Thanks for your reply.
As for now I am very much clear that I'll continue my job as well as do the weekend M.Tech as I dont want to leave the job. Yes, this is slightly pessimistic approach from my side but I dont want to bear the agony of being a fresher again.After thinking a lot I have made this decision as almost whole of my M.Tech course directly coincide with the tutorials I have studied when I was a fresher. And for the knowledge point of view, we all know that spending two years in VLSI industry is much better than spending two years in M.Tech(It has not been the case always).Because you know the practical applications of the things you are studying in your degree, rather than just a coursework to pass examination.......

"Nothing is more difficult, and therefore more precious, than to be able to decide."




Not open for further replies.

Part and Inventory Search

Welcome to