Defence Research DevelopmentOrganisation (DRDO) has collaborated with AICTE for conducting the Regular M.Tech Course in Defence Technologies. The M.Tech in defence technology has been designed to produce Post Graduates who will have the necessary theoretical & experimental knowledge, skill and aptitude in various defence technologies areas and pursue them to carry out design, research and development, production, life cycle equipment sustenance, entrepreneurial (Start Up Defence), advisory and consultative roles in defence. The students will be provided valuable exposure & knowledge for various state of the art defence systems and contemporary technologies through class lectures & main thesis work. During the program, the students would be given valuable exposure by carrying out their main thesis work in DRDO labs, Defence PSUs & Private Defence Industries. This collaborative effort of DRDO, AICTE and Industries will provide required knowledge to the students and create job opportunities for them.
We offer these programmes at Amity University Uttar Pradesh - Noida Campus and Amity University Haryana - Gurgaon(Manesar) Campus
Amity University, a leading research & innovation driven university, has been ranked among the top 3% universities by QS and Times Higher Education, UK (the world’s leading university rankings organisations).
The university is also Asia’s only not-for-profit university to be awarded US Regional Accreditation by WASC, USA and QAA, UK - setting a new standard of academic excellence in India.
Amity University has also been listed among the top universities in India for innovation achievements by Govt. of India's Atal Ranking of Institutions on Research Achievements. It is a reflection of Amity’s strong focus on research and innovation that has led to the filing of more than 1,550 patents. Amity University has been awarded the “Top Indian Academic Institution for Patents & Commercialization” during the National Intellectual Property Award – 2020 by Indian Intellectual Property Office under the Department for Promotion of Industry & Internal Trade (DPIIT), Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India
Amity is also engaged in conducting more than 400 high-end government-funded as well as international research projects, including those funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, United States Agency for International Development and the Leverhulme Trust, UK.
The faculty are also credited with publishing 5,000 books and 15,000 scopus-indexed research papers. In the field of management, the university has developed more than 3,300 case studies in recent years that have been bought in 106 countries by over 2,600 leading institutions and organisations. The Amity students too are blazing a trail of success, having filed over 100 patents and published 1,500 Scopus Indexed Research Papers at the undergraduate level itself.
It has also awarded over 2,000 Ph.D Fellowships to brilliant researchers to carry out path-breaking research in thrust areas that will impact the development of the country. The campus also has many high-end research centres, including ones set up with Nobel Laureates and has forged strategic research partnership with over 160 top global universities.
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DRDO is the R&D wing of Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India, with a vision to empower India with cutting-edge defence technologies and a mission to achieve self-reliance in critical defence technologies and systems, while equipping our armed forces with state-of-the-art weapon systems and equipment. Today, DRDO is a network of more than 50 laboratories which are deeply engaged in developing defence technologies covering various disciplines, like aeronautics, armaments, electronics, combat vehicles, engineering systems, instrumentation, missiles, advanced computing and simulation, special materials, naval systems, life sciences, training, information systems and agriculture. Several major projects for the development of missiles, armaments, light combat aircrafts, radars, electronic warfare systems etc. are on hand and significant achievements have already been made in several such technologies.