Engineering

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In our daily life we cannot live without science and technology. And for the development of technology we need ideas. Engineers are those people who are full of these ideas in their productive brain. From computers to sustainable energies, robotics to aeronautics, and medical technology to intelligent building design – engineering degrees offer a huge range of specializations in every field of science and technology. Engineering degrees graduates are in high demand across the globe. And for the developing countries like India we need highly qualified specialists to keep their economy growing. The Engineering study is one of the best and most interesting disciplines of academic and professional education. It is growing with the development of nation, education, technology and research. Now a days, everything depends on digitization. So, there are various reputed industries in India and abroad, looking for the engineers.

COURSES, DURATION & ELIGIBILITY:

Diploma in Engineering:

It is a 3-year course which students can pursue after the completion of matriculation. Diploma holders are also eligible for lateral entry in the third semester of undergraduate Engineering degree Courses. Diploma in Engineering is offered in various disciplines.·

Undergraduate B.Tech or B.E Degree:

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) or Bachelor of Engineering is the 4-year full-time undergraduate course in engineering. This course can be done in one of the engineering discipline. A person should pass 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Math as his main subjects.

M.Tech or M.E Degree:

Postgraduate course in engineering resulting in the award of a Master of Engineering (M.E.) or Master of Technology (M.Tech) degree. It is a 2-years course that one can pursue after completing a undergraduate degree in engineering.

        
Doctoral Course in Engineering:

Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering (Ph.D) is the advanced research course in engineering that has the duration of 3 years. Course duration may vary from college to college. Students admitted to the Ph.D. program should have a master degree in respective discipline.

  1.  Electronics & Communication Engineering 
  2.  Electrical Engineering
  3.  Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  4.  Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering
  5.  Civil Engineering
  6.  Mechanical Engineering
  7.  Computer Science and Engineering
  8.  Information Technology
  9.  Automobile Engineering
  10.  Mining Engineering
  11.  Aeronautical Engineering
  12.  Aerospace Engineering
  13.  Architectural Engineering or Architecture
  14.  Printing Engineering
  15.  Agricultural Engineering
  16.  Petroleum Engineering
  17.  Food Technology
  18.  Textile Engineering
  19.  Chemical Engineering
  20.  Biotechnology
  21.  Biochemical Engineering
  22.  Industrial Engineering
  23.  Manufacturing Engineering
  24.  Material Engineering
  25.  Ocean and Marine Engineering

Computer Science Engineering


  • Research the conditions of urbanism
  • Employ advanced design techniques
  • Lens of landscape theory and design practice
  • Employ advanced design techniques
  • Innovative methodologies
  • Employ advanced design techniques

Electronics and Communication Engineering


  • Research the conditions of urbanism
  • Employ advanced design techniques
  • Lens of landscape theory and design practice
  • Employ advanced design techniques
  • Innovative methodologies
  • Employ advanced design techniques

Mechanical Engineering


  • Research the conditions of urbanism
  • Employ advanced design techniques
  • Lens of landscape theory and design practice
  • Employ advanced design techniques
  • Innovative methodologies
  • Employ advanced design techniques
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