In today’s ever changing environment, continuously developing technology, growing industrialization and modernization, increasing production, manufacturing ‘engineering’ holds a very important place as few other professions do. Engineering is and will continue to remain one of the lucrative professions unlike many other areas of work.
Eligibility for Btech| Engineering
The students are required to have passed science with Physics, Chemistry and Maths (PCM) in class 12th for admission to Engineering Btech and Architecture programmes. Admissions to Btech are made on the basis of your performance in JEE- Main and other State level engineering examinations. If you want to pursue Btech from IITs then after JEE- Main, the student would have to appear for JEE- Advanced.
Branches, Courses and Scope of Engineering | Btech
Broadly, there are 4 broad categories of engineering branches:
- Core Engineering: Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics and Civil
- Growth oriented engineering: Computer Science, IT, etc.
- Allied engineering: Instrumentation Technology, Telecommunication, Architectural Engineering, Mechatronics, Industrial Production, etc.
- Specialised engineering: Petroleum engineering, chemical engineering, green engineering, aeronautical engineering, food engineering, etc.
Prominent branches of Engineering include aeronautical/ aerospace, agricultural, ceramic, chemical, civil, computer science and engineering, communication engineering, energy engineering, instrumentation engineering, electrical, physics, manufacturing science and mechanical engineering, naval architecture, metallurgical engineering, textile technology, mining engineering and industrial engineering.