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The engineering approach uses technology and scientific techniques and methods to improve the quality of our lives, both economically and socially. Engineering demands teamwork, initiative, research and analytical skills. It involves communicating with end-user customers to ensure that they gain maximum benefit from engineering solutions.
Take, for example, a new mobile phone model, a bridge, a coronary pacemaker or device, a multi-storey building, a software application that controls a building energy system, a novel product for a market that does not yet exist, a superior way to manufacture a product, or an urban water supply system. Engineers contribute to the design, operation and maintenance of these products and systems.
Try to imagine life without the creations of engineers!
Herbert Hoover, President of the US (1928-1932) and engineering geologist, wrote of engineering:
“It is a great profession. There is the fascination of watching a figment of the imagination emerge through the aid of science to a plan on paper. Then it moves to a realization in stone or metal or energy. Then it brings jobs and homes to men. Then it elevates the standards of living and adds to the comforts of life. That is the engineer’s high privilege.
What is B.Tech.?
Bachelor of Technology is an undergraduate academic degree conferred after completion of a three or four year program of studies at an accredited university or accredited university-degree level college in the Commonwealth of Nations, Norway, Republic of Ireland, the United States, and other countries. The common abbreviation for Bachelor of Technology is B.Tech., orB.Tech.(Hons), if awarded with honours.
The degree is awarded to those who have undertaken a Bachelor of Science degree program supplemented by either occupational placements (e.g., supervised practical or internships) or practice-based classroom courses. Due to the supplemental requirements, the degree normally takes at least four years.
In India, the Bachelor of Technology degree is used by the highly ranked and autonomous institutes such as Indian Institute of Technology (IITs), Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT formerly UDCT) for professional engineering programs. Most other institutions in India are affiliated to a university and thus use the Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) degree.
What is B.E.?
Bachelor of Engineering (commonly abbreviated as BE or BEng) is an undergraduate academic degree awarded to a student after three, four or five years of studying engineering at an accredited university in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Finland, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Nigeria, China, India and Pakistan. It is a professional degree that involves a requirement for undertaking some engineering work. This is controlled by the national professional engineering society or institute that accredits the universities, usually regulated by law.
Some institutions award either a Bachelor of Science (BSc) or Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) degree to undergraduate students of engineering study. In some cases, Bachelor of Engineering degrees are given to students who take engineering courses as a majority of their course load. However, many universities in Canada only award the Bachelor of Applied Science degree for their accredited undergraduate engineering programs (never the Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Science degrees).
Popular Engineering Branches
Aeronautical/ Aerospace Engineering
As an aeronautical engineer, you will deal with the develoment of new technology in aviation, space exploration and defense systems.
Top Recruiters : PSUs such as HAL, NAL, NALL; Civil Aviation Department DRDO, ISRO, airlines such as Air India, Jet and Kingfisher,
A specialized branch of Mechanical Engineering, Automobile Engineering deals with design, manufacturing and maintenance of various types of automobiles, The rapid advancement in technology in recent years has ushered in a new era of hi-tech vehicles, making the business environment in the Indian auto industry very conductive. Your prospects as an automobile engineer will be favorable, as the sector is growing at the very fast clip.
Top recruiters : Maruti Suzuki, Ashok layland, TATA, Applo Tyres, Bajaj, Hero Honda, Hyuandai, Toyata, Honda, Caterpillar, GM Escorts, Yamaha and JCB.
This field deals with the application of physical science, life sciences and mathematics to the process of converting raw materials (chemical) into more useful forms, such as the production of soap from sodium hydroxide.
Top recruiters : PSUs such as BPCL, HPCL, India Oil, GAIL, and Pharmaceutical companies such as Piramal Healthcare, Ranbaxy & Pfizer, EMCG companies such as HLL and Nirma.
From as long ago as Harappe, Mhhenjo-Daro, ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, civil engineering is the oldest and broadest discipline, Civil engineers play a vital role in creating the man-made environment and portecting the natural environment. For being a successful civil engineer you must be willing to relocate as the projects can be at far flung places.
Top recruiters : PSUs such a DMRC, RITES, and infrastructure companies such as jaypee, Jaiprakash Associates, DLF, Reliance Infra, L & T(ECC)& LNJ Bhilwara Group.
Computer Science and IT
Process, Transmit and retrieve information. The difference between Computer Science and IT is that while CSE deals with the design and development of new sofware and hardware parts of computer, It aims at designig, developing, implementing and managing computer-based information systems including software applications and computer hardware. Both these are combined, the result is information Technology, or info Thec’
Top recruiters : TCS, infosys, Wipro, HCL, Accenture, Cognizant, Microsoft, IBM, Adobe, Google, Accenture, Cisco, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, Yahoo, Tech Mahindra & Mahindra, Satyam.
Electronics & Communication
This field focuses on developing Components such as transistors, integrated circuits and printed boards (PCBs). These are used in everyday devices such as computers, MP3 Players, Cell Phones, Television and washing machines. The in vention of the transistor in 1948, the IC in 1960 and microprocessor in 1969 revolutionised electronics engineering and enabled the development of the personal computer (PC),
Top recruiters : PSUs such as BEL, DMRC, and MNCs such as siemens, Texas instruments, Intel, nVIDIA, Philips Electronics, Motorals, Samsung, Conexant and Flextronics, Wipro TCS.
From the Law of Buoyancy developed by ancient Greek engine and scientist Archimedes to modern inventions like Thomas Savery and james Watt’s steam engine which started the industrial Revolution Mechanical engineering has been pivotal in science and evolution not to mention in the way we live. Mechanical Engineering includes design, manufacture, installation and operation of engines, machines, tobotics heating & cooling systems and manufacturing Process.
Top recruiters : PSUs such as BHEL, BPCL, DRDO, Indian Oil, GAIL, NTPC, Automotive companies such as Ashok Leyland, Honda, Mahindra and Mahindra, Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors, Nowadays You can also join IT firms such as infosys. TDS, Wipro, HCL & Tech. Mahindra and also construction gainssts Like L&T,
In India , the Bachelor of Engineering is a degree awarded by many universities. Bachelor of Engineering degree is awarded to a student who has completed four years course ( eight semesters ) in engineering. The entry to B.E is 10+2 years of schooling or completion of Pre University course( PUC ). Diploma holders in engineering are also eligible for entry into B.E. Diploma holders of engineering enter degree course, by lateral entry which gives some concessions in study of subjects. The B.E degree is awarded by the university in field of engineering in which student has studied for four years
TOP 100 Engineering Colleges
|1. IIT||Kanpur||51. SPCE||Mumbai|
|2. IIT||Kharagpur||52. P.E.S Institute of Technology||Bangalore|
|3. IIT||Bombay||53. MIT||Pune|
|4. IIT||Madras||54. AITS||Coimbatore|
|5. IIT||Delhi||55. NIT||Mysore|
|6. BITS||Pilani||56. B.M.S College of Engineering||Banglore|
|7. IIT||Pilani||57. Laxminaraya Institute of Tech.||Nagpur|
|8. IT||BHU||58. Nirma Institute of Technology||Ahemedabad|
|9. IIT||Guwahati||59. IIT||Pune|
|10. Anna University||Guindy||60. Amity School of Engineering||Noida|
|11. Jadavpur University||Calcutta||61. JNTU||Kakinda|
|12. Indian School of Mines||Dhanbad||62. S.J. College of Engineering||Mysore|
|13. NIT, Warangal||Warangal||63. CBIT||Hyderabad|
|14. BIT||Mesra||65. IIIT||Bangalore|
|15. NIT||Trichy||65. SRM IST||Chennai|
|16. Delhi College of Engneering||Delhi||66. SASTRA||Thanjavur|
|17. Punjub Engineering College||Chandigarh||67. Bangalore Institute of Tech.||Bangalore|
|18. NIT, Suratkal||Suratkar||68. IIIT.||Bhiwani|
|19. Motilal Nehru, NIT||Allahabad||69. IIIT||Gwalior|
|20. TIET||Patiala||70. JNTU||Anantpur|
|21. BESU||Shibpur||71. M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Tech.||Bangalore|
|22. MANIT Malviya, NIT||Bhopal||72. Gitam||Vishakhapatnam|
|23. PSG College of Technology||Coimbatore||73. NIT||Hamirpur|
|24. IIIT||Hyderabad||74. NIT||Jalandhar|
|25. HBTI||Kanpur||75. SV University Eng. College||Tirupati|
|26. Malviya, NIT||Jaipur||76. NIT||Raipur|
|27. VNIT||Nagpur||77. Vasavi College of Eng.||Hyderabad|
|28. NIT||Calicut||78. ICFAI Inst of Science and Tech.||Hyderabad|
|29. Dhirubhai Ambani IICT,||Gandhi Nagar||79. NIT||Patna|
|30. Osmani Univ||Hyderabad||80. Cummins Colleges of Engg.||Pune|
|31. College of Engineering||Vishakhapatnam||81. VIT||Pune|
|32. NSIT||New Delhi||82. Shri Ramdeo Baba K.N. Engg.||Nagpur|
|33. NIT||Kurukshetra||83. Muffakham Jah Engg. College||Hyderabad|
|34. NIT||Rourkela||84. Karunya Institute of Tech||Coimbatore|
|35. SVNIT||Surat||85. D.J. Sanghvi||Mumbai|
|36. Govt. College of Engineering||Pune||86. Sathyabharma Engg College||Chennai|
|37. Manipal Institute of Technology||Manipal||87. Knogu Engineering College||Erode|
|38. JNTU||Hyderabad||88. Mepco Schlek Eng. College||Sivakasi|
|39. R.V. College of Engineering||Bangalore||89. Guru Nanak Dev Eng College||Ladhiana|
|40. NIT||Jamshedpur||90. Hindustan Inst of Eng. Tech.||Chennai|
|41. Visveshvaraya College of Engg.||Banglore||91. R.V.R & J.C. College of Engg.||Guntur|
|42. VJTI||Mumbai||92. R.V.R & J.C. College of Engg.||Guntur|
|43. VIT||Vellore||93. Jamia Millia Islamia||New Delhi|
|44. CIT||Coimbatore||94. K.L. College of Engineering||Veddeswaram|
|45. SSN College of Engineering||Chennai||95. DDIT||Nadiad|
|46. IIIT||Allahabad||96. S.G.S. INST. of Tech. & Science||Indore|
|47. College of Engineering||Trivandrum||97. Jabalpur Engineering College||Jabalpur|
|48. NIT||Durgapur||98. SCT College of Engineering||Trivandrum|
|49. SIT||Kolkatta||99. G.H. Petel College||Vallaabh Vidyanagar|
|50. MUICT||Mumbai||100. KIIT||Bhubaneshwar|
Technical Branches in Engineering
|1. Aeronautical Engineering||2. Agricultural Engineering|
|3. Automobile Engineering||4. Applied Electronic & Instrumentation|
|5. Automation and Robotics||6. Bio-Medical Engineering|
|7. Bio- Technology||8. Ceramic Engineering|
|9. Chemical Engineerning||10. Civil Engineering|
|11. Computer Science & Engineering||12. Electrical Engineering|
|13. Electronic and Communication Engg.||14. Environmental Engineering|
|15. Food Technology||16. Industrial Engg. and Mgt.|
|17. Information Technology||18. Instrumentation and Control Engg.|
|19. Leather Technology||20. Marine Engineering|
|21. Materials Science & Technology||22. Metalurgical Engineering|
|23. Mechanical Engineering||24. Mining Engineering|
|25. Oil & Paint Technology||26. Polymer Science and Rubber|
|27. Printing Technology||28. Production Engineering|
|29. Pulp & Paper Technology||30. Sugar Technology|
|31. Textile Engineering & Tech.||32. Transporation Engineering|
|33. Robotic||34. Mecatronic|
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