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All pupils can benefit from comprehensive learning programmes.

Nanotechnology is a quickly changing field, therefore studying it will help you develop the skills you'll need to thrive and work in one of the most rapidly expanding fields.

Focused Courses

It is critical for aspiring engineers and professionals to keep up with the latest developments. So that when they enter the workforce, they are able to contribute what they have learned and achieved during their academic careers.

M.Sc. in Botany

The use of nanotechnology in plants for agronomic purposes (phyto-nanotechnology) has the potential to disrupt traditional plant production systems by allowing for the controlled release of agrochemicals (such as fertilisers, pesticides, and herbicides) as well as the delivery of biomolecules to specific targets (e.g., nucleotides, proteins, and activators).

Students may advance their careers by participating in relevant nanotechnology-based programmes that will improve their knowledge and skills, as well as their capacity to create, by learning about new tools, technologies, and research being conducted across the world.

M.Sc. Physics, Chemistry, Biology

In a natural way, physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, and material sciences are all interwoven. At the nanoscale, matter's properties can vary, and a material's behavior can be unexpected. Conductive, reactive, optical, and magnetic properties, for example, are proportional to the object or substance's size.

Now is the time to add nanotechnology to your resume and transform yourself from a biologist, physicist, or chemist into a nanotechnologist to learn about matter at the atomic level.

M.Sc. Electronics

Nanotechnology enhances electrical device capabilities while reducing their weight and power consumption. It increases the density of memory chips while decreasing the size of integrated circuit transistors.

Enhance your knowledge with a nanotechnology edge and seize your opportunity to make a difference in the electrical sector by developing some novel device concepts.

M.Sc. Microbiology

Microbiology and nanoscience are intertwined on many levels. Nanotechnology is having an impact on a wide range of microbiological disciplines. It enables the examination and observation of a process at the molecular-assembly level. It makes it easier to find molecular recognition and self-assembly patterns, as well as evaluate these processes.

Participate in a new field of nanoscience to expand your knowledge and learn about recent microbiological discoveries.

M.Sc. Agricultural and Dairy Science

Nanotechnology applications are likely to change the food and dairy industries in the near future. Superior processing processes, improved food contact materials, greater quality, shelf-life, and safety of dairy and food products, as well as novel packaging materials with superior mechanical, barrier, and antibacterial properties, are all possible.

Choose an appropriate course to learn how nanotechnology may help the dairy business and to stay up to date on the latest technologies in the agriculture and dairy industries.

M.Sc. Instrumentation

Nanotechnology and nanoengineering have the potential to greatly improve science and technology across a wide range of sectors. Because of advances in nanosystems, new sensors, transducers, and measuring devices with much improved sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy, as well as significant size reductions, have been produced.

Nanotechnology has enhanced and continues to improve the instrumentation industry; you may join the revolution by combining your traditional knowledge with developing nanoscience; choose the ideal curriculum for yourself to stay ahead of the curve.

M.Sc. Polymer Science

Polymer matrix based nanocomposites have become a key area of continuous study and development in the broad subject of nanotechnology due to their barrier properties, flammability resistance, biological applications, electrical/electronic/optoelectronic applications, and fuel cell interests.

Enroll in an appropriate programme to learn how nanoscience may bring a game-changing revolution to the polymer business, as well as other industries.

M.Sc. Geology

Nano science and technology have been successfully used to the geosciences in mineralogy, petrology, geochemistry, structural geology, energy geology, and mineral deposit geology. However, there is currently a lack of a systematic theory of nano-geology in the associated study.

As a new generation of science, nano may lead you down a path of all new enhanced knowledge and skill that will certainly offer you an advantage over others, so don't pass up this opportunity.

M.Sc. Physical Science

Nanoscience is unique in that it encompasses a diverse set of fields. Barriers between disciplines dissolve at the most fundamental level, when basic notions and approaches are universal and domains tend to converge. Because of quantum events and a reduction in dimensionality, nanoscale systems have unique properties, and nanoscience is projected to continue to change many aspects of human activity.

So it's time to brush up on your expertise by researching some exciting quantum theories concepts that could lead to a creative future that you might discover.

M.Sc. Biotechnology

Nano-biotechnology applies the methods and processes of nanotechnology to the development of devices for evaluating and changing biosystems, with a concentration on the medical field. Nanobiotechnology is already transforming medicine in three areas: pharmaceutical delivery systems, diagnostic tests, and biocompatible coatings for implants such as replacement joints.

Enroll in a new Nanoworld adventure by picking a suitable course and learning the skills required to raise your profile.

M.Sc. Biological Science

Nanobiosciences have the potential to improve personalised medicine by achieving the aims of early detection and prediction, followed by "personalised" tailored medication and ongoing patient monitoring for treatment efficacy. Nano-bioscience holds the key to commercialising and simplifying this procedure by offering items that improve the technique at each phase.

Nanoscience has the potential to transform not just the industrial sector but also your career, so join the revolution and become a nanotechnologist by selecting programmes that are a good fit for your skills.

M.Sc. Environmental Science

Nanotechnology has immense potential for addressing a wide range of environmental challenges. Improvements in pollution reduction, water treatment, environmental sensing and cleanup, and the cost-effectiveness of alternative energy sources are among them. Because of the unique features of manufactured nanoparticles, these ground-breaking technologies can address environmental challenges.

Choose the best curriculum for you and master cutting-edge science to broaden your knowledge and become a part of the industrial revolution.

M.Sc. Food Technology

Nanotechnology is a branch of science that studies extremely small materials and has a significant impact on the food industry, notably in the area of packaging. It is capable of detecting the onset of a specific food sickness or the release of certain gases as a result of food deterioration. Certain smart packaging contains food safety tracing devices.

Participate in relevant nanotechnology-based programmes to improve your knowledge and abilities, as well as your ability to create, by learning about new tools, technologies, and research that is being conducted throughout the world.

M.Sc. Forensic Science

In criminal investigations and terrorist activity inspections, nano-forensics is a cutting-edge area of forensic science that comprises the development of nano-sensors for detecting explosive gases, biological contaminants, and residues.

Nanotechnology has improved and continues to improve forensic science; you may join the revolution by integrating traditional knowledge with modern nanoscience; choose the best curriculum for yourself to stay current on the most recent breakthroughs.

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Emerging Nanotechnology 

  • Advances in disease treatments.
  • Better imaging Equipment 
  • Diagnostic equipment
  • Energy-efficient products
  •  Durable, Light-weight tools.
  •  Efficient product.
  • Nanostructured catalysts
  • Smart Electronics 
  • Novel weapons in Defense

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Thank u very much for conducting such useful course. I have submitted my two assignments and the project report as per the requirement of the course.I will be appearing for the on line exam before 31st of this month.

Jayakumar Jayaraman, Assistant Professor, Maharashtra

I am Vignesh. S Enrollment No. : INT1003115. I have completed the ' Introductory Program in Nanotechnology' and I found the program was thought provoking and gave me a strong base over nanotechnology.

Vignesh. S , +2 Standard Student, Chennai

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