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Opportunities in nano technology as a career

  1. 1. Seek : Study : Succeed<br />
  2. 2. Opportunities in Nano Technology as a career<br />
  3. 3. Means -<br />Nanotechnology is the field of science and technology which deals with the study of matter in Nano range i.e. from 1 nanometer to 100 nanometers. As a field it is still in its early phase, hence it has a huge scope for Research and advances.<br />It is a combination of various branches of science like Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Engineering. Any particle when reduced to Nano dimension shows drastic changes in Physical, Chemical, Magnetic, Optical, Mechanical and Electrical properties. This has great applications in bio-science, medical science, environment, electronics, cosmetics, security and variety of other fields.<br />In India, Nanotechnology is still in its research phase and is mainly aimed at fields like electronics, medicine and other healthcare products as well as industrial products. <br />In the future though, it could be applied to many other fields like agriculture, food industry, space research, communication and media, textiles.<br />
  4. 4. Course Content<br />The curriculum of Nanotechnology is designed to give an in-depth understanding on the concepts involved of Nano-structuring, fabrication techniques for Nano-devices and characterization techniques. The courses are mainly focused in areas like:<br />i) Designing of durable, resistant and cheaper materials.<br />ii) Designing of electronic components with special emphasis on dimension and power<br />iii) Techniques for tapping solar energy and increase in its power<br />IV) Convergence of genetic medicine, Nano- technology and development of unique drug delivery system.<br />v) Relation between environmental science and Nano-technology.<br />These courses help to understand the various methods to synthesize and pattern on a Nano scale on various substrates. These are supported by project work, undertaken on both group and individual basis, and conducted in close collaboration with the related industries.<br />
  5. 5. Top colleges<br />Jawaharlal Nehru Center for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore.<br />Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore<br />-National Physical Laboratory, Delhi.<br />-National Chemical Laboratory, Pune.<br />-Central Scientific Instruments Organization, Chandigarh.<br />-Defence Materials Store Research & Development Organizations, kanpur.<br />-Indian Institutes of Technology at Kanpur, Chennai, Guwahati, Delhi and Mumbai.<br />Amity Institute of Nanotechnology (AINT), Noida( Uttar Pradesh )<br />-Biosys Biotech Lab & Research Centre, Chennai( Tamil Nadu )<br />Indian Institute of Science : Center of Excellence in Nanoelectronics (CEN), Bangalore<br />MaulanaAzad National Institute of Technology (MANIT), Bhopal( Madhya Pradesh <br />-National Institute of Technology (NIT), Rourkela( Orissa )<br />-University of Madras : School of Physical Science, Guindy( Tamil Nadu )<br />-Amritha Centre for Nanosciences (ACNS), Kochi( Kerala<br />Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology : Dept. of Bio-Nano Technology, Hisar<br />JamiaMilliaIslamia (A Central University), New Delhi( Delhi )<br />National Institute of Technology (NIT), Kurukshetra( Haryana )<br />-Sastra University : Centre for Nanotechnology & Advanced Biomaterials (CeNTAB), Thanjavur( Tamil Nadu ).<br />
  6. 6. Applications:<br />Scientists feel that the 21st century would be the Nanotechnology century. The technology has the potential to produce garments which can block chemical and biological weapons from touching the skin of a person. Nano-biotechnology can make:<br />1. Tiny medical devices and sensors with fantastic military and civilian use,<br />2. Converting sunlight into power,<br />3. Targeting a drug to a single malignant cell,<br />4. Cleaning ponds,<br />5. Creating sensors in the form of biochip,<br />6. Help detect narcotics and fingerprints of suspects in crimes,<br />7. Make canonised robots and repair damaged and diseased tissues<br />Thus, it is estimated that there will be no sector of industry which will not use nanotechnology in future.<br />
  7. 7. Personal Skills:<br />One should have an open, enquiring and scientific bent of mind with sound analytical skills and a natural propensity for research work. This is a field which requires a lot of hard work and what is most essential is a burning desire to work. Skills in mathematics and computer programming would be an asset<br />Eligibility:<br />For a career in nano technology background in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics is necessary along with Computer Knowledge.<br />One can do B. Tech. / B. E. degree in Biotechnology, Chemical Engineering or Pharmaceutical Technology after 10+2 in Science with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics<br />For admissions to M. Tech. (Nanotechnology) course candidates must have a B. Tech. / B. E. degree in Biotechnology, Chemical Engineering or Pharmaceutical Technology with a at least of 65% marks.<br />
  8. 8. Present Situation<br />At present, no reputed institute in India is offering courses in Nanotechnology at the graduation level. <br />Eligibility criteria for doing Post Graduation in Nanotechnology is Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Life<br />Sciences and with PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) as subsidiary subjects. The M. Tech course in Nanotechnology is of great benefit because students who come from different streams enrich each other to intensify their knowledge<br />. The candidates, who wish to pursue higher studies in Nanotechnology, can apply for M.Tech in Nanotechnology after completing their B.Tech degree in any one of the following. i.e in Material science, Mechanical, Biomedical, Chemical, Biotechnology , Electronics and Computer Science. <br />Those who have completed M.Sc. in Physics, Chemistry, Material Science, Biotechnology and Computer Science can also join for the M.TechCourse.Admission to the 5 year integrated M.tech Course in Nanotechnology is through entrance test<br />
  9. 9. Job Opportunities<br />There are jobs in Government Sector as well private Sector. In government sector a fresher with a Postgraduate Degree can expect remuneration in the range of at least INR 20,000-30,000. Depending on qualifications, institute of study and work experience remunerations can go up to even uptoRs. 1 lakh per month and even more! Besides remunerations a nanotech professional has great opportunities for international exposure and other such perks.<br />They can work in the field of nano-medicine, bio-informatics, stem cell development, pharmaceutical companies, nano toxicology and nano power generating sectors.<br />Considering the importance of research and development (R& D) in this new area, Indian industry has focused on nanomaterial. The CSIR (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research) has set up 38 laboratories, across the country, to carry out research and development work in this field. <br />Those with Ph.D in Nanotechnology will have vibrant opportunities in the Research & Development sectors. Companies in India that provides jobs Cranes Software International Limited, Bangalore; Monad Nanotech Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai; Velbionanotech, Bangalore; QtechNanosystems (P) Ltd, Bangalore; Innovations Unified Technology, Mumbai etc.<br />
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