What Is Engineering? What Are The Advantages Of It After 12th?

For a student who has taken science after their 10th grade and completed the course in 12th grade, there are many options, and it is easy for a student to get confused. With many B.Arch Colleges in Hyderabad and other colleges that offer various courses, there can be confusion.

However, engineering is one of the most gone after careers in the nation today. Even if a student has scored between 50% and 60%, engineering is a lucrative option for them. Some institutes term the Bachelor’s degree as B.Tech or Bachelor in Technology and some term it is or Bachelor of Engineering. The job prospects increase manifold with a BE or B.Tech degree.

The basic requirement for this undergraduate course is Maths, Physics, and Chemistry at the HSC (Higher Secondary Certificate) level. So, even a student who studied biology along with these subjects can pursue the Engineering courses.

Engineering as a career has drawn students in India in a big way. A large number of them taking the engineering exams are proof of this fact. It is a multi-disciplined field with new branches and disciplines being added with the advancement of science and technology.

There a large number of students who appear for different engineering exams like BITSAT,  JEE Main (previously AIEEE), JEE Advanced (previously IIT-JEE), SRMJEE, VITEEE, and many other exams to get into prestigious institutions and Engineering colleges in Hyderabad as well as other states. But, not many are aware of the various career options one can pursue in engineering and after its completion. The basic engineering disciplines include Mechanical, Civil, Chemical,  Aerospace, and Electrical engineering.

With the development of technology, new engineering disciplines like computer science, biotechnology,  automobile, biomedical, and genetic engineering have gained immense popularity among pursuing students. Here is a compilation of the vast array of career options that engineering as a profession has to offer.

What Are The Perks Of An Engineering Graduate?

Entry level engineers graduating from reputed institutes can expect an excellent pay package starting at Rs 30, 000.  However, salaries vary from organization to organization or industry to industry.

A mid-level engineer can earn a salary between Rs 50, 000 to Rs 60, 000. If a graduate is armed with an MBA from reputed institutes, their perks can reach any limit. It can even reach Rs1.5 lakh per month for an MBA graduate from a reputed institute.

What Are The Pros Of Taking Engineering As A Professions?

Irrespective of trends in the markets, engineers are always in demand especially those in civil, electrical, mechanical and computer. There are many growth opportunities as our country is an open economy with multinationals (MNCs) opening their offices in India. Indian engineers are good in their logical, reasoning and mathematical skills. Hence, the demand for these graduates is always high in the USA and other foreign countries.

Is B.Tech Different From BE?

There is no significant difference between B.Tech and BE. Universities that other degrees along with engineering awards students with a BE (Bachelor of Engineering) degree and institutes that are constituted for only Engineering studies named their degree as B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology).

The Various Engineering Career Options Available:

  • Agricultural Engineer
  • Aeronautical Engineer
  • Architect
  • Automobile Engineer
  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Biotechnologist
  • Broadcast Engineer
  • Communication Engineer
  • Ceramic Engineer
  • Chemical Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Computer Engineer
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Earthquake Engineer
  • Electronics Engineer
  • Fire Engineer
  • Genetic Engineer
  • Industrial & Production Engineer
  • Instrumentation Engineer
  • Marine Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Metallurgical Engineer
  • Mining Engineer
  • Material Engineer
  • Nuclear Engineer
  • Ocean Engineer
  • Petroleum Engineer
  • Plastic Technologist
  • Polymer Engineer
  • Rubber Technologist
  • Space Technologist
  • Textile Engineer

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