B.E./B.Tech. Bachelor of Engineering - Bachelor of Technology

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Bachelor of Engineering is an Undergraduate Academic Degree awarded for a
course or program in the field of Engineering. The Bachelor of Engineering
degree is one of the most pursued Degrees in the world. Bachelor of Engineering
degree programs generally last 3 to 5 years depending upon the country. In
India, the duration of Bachelor of Engineering Degree spans over a period of 4
years. The 4 year course consists of 8 semesters of instruction and a project in
final year. A person seeking the Engineering Degree needs to study 5 subjects.
There are various number of combinations of subjects, which one can opt for
depending upon the availability of choices in various Institutes. It is
popularly known as B.E. which is an abbreviated form of the Engineering Degree.
Engineering Courses are offered by most Public and Private Universities in
India. Some of the universities in India award B.Tech. i.e.; Bachelor of
Technology instead of B.E for same Engineering Course. Some Institutions award a
Bachelor of Science (BSc), Bachelor of Engineering Science (BESc), Bachelor of
Science in Engineering (BSE) or Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) degree to
undergraduate students of engineering study. For example, Canada is the only
country that awards the BASc. degree for graduating engineers. In India some
Universities like B R Ambedkar Bihar University, Vinoba Bhave University etc.,
offer Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.Sc. in engineering) in place of
Bachelor of Engineering. It is equivalent to B.E. or B.Tech. Engineering
students work are involved in planning, designing, construction, production,
testing, implementation and maintenance etc. Students work on scientific
theories to get practical solutions. Engineering extends it's branches catering
to industries, technology and business.


In many countries, an Engineer without skill is not considered as an
Engineer. To focus this point only, B. Tech. course was developed. Its one and
the same basically, But IIT's and foreign Countries call it B. Tech. instead of
B.E.


Conclusion


As both B.E and B.Tech. has same general syllabus and both �the
degrees are treated same for jobs and higher studies and there is no difference
in the duration of the course i.e both are four years degree course. Thus there
is no applicable difference between these two degrees at all and the student
need not to bother whether they are getting admission in B.E or B.Tech.


Eligibility



Only students from the science stream at +2 level (XI and XII) are eligible for
the Bachelor of Engineering course. Age Limit is 17. Students are admitted on
the basis of std XII marks or State-Commom Entrance Test (CET) or Deemed
University entrance Exam or centralized All India Engineering Entrance
Examination (AIEEE). Selection to BE is based on merit i.e the marks secured in
the final exams of 10+2 and through entrance exams. Entrance to the IIT's is
through 'JEE' (Joint Entrance Exam) and for other institutions through their own
separate entrance exams and other state level and national level exams. Most of
the institutes conducting engineering courses in Aeronautics consider JEE score
as the qualifying grade. 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.



Bachelor of Engineering Subjects



Subjects of Bachelor of Engineering vary from one's preferred specialisation.



Bachelor of Engineering �or Bachelor of
Technology Specialisations


  • Aeronautical Engineering.
  • Agricultural Engineering.
  • Architecture Engineering.
  • Automobile Engineering.
  • Biochemical Engineering.
  • Biomedical Engineering.
  • Biotechnology
  • Chemical Engineering.
  • Ceramic Technology.
  • Civil Engineering.
  • Electrical Engineering.
  • Electronics Engineering.
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering.
  • Energy Engineering.
  • Genetic Engineering.
  • Industrial Engineering.
  • Instrumentation Engineering.
  • Leather Technology.
  • Manufacturing Engineering.
  • Marine Engineering.
  • Mechanical Engineering.

 


Who can and Who should pursue
Bachelor of Engineering Degree or Bachelor of Technology Degree




Bachelor of Engineering Degree is one of the toughest Degree's to attain. It is
not 'Everybody's Cup of Cake'. For starters one needs to qualify for an entry
into an Engineering College. For that one has to take coaching. Then the
examinations are a challenge in itself. After completing the examinations, there
is a wait of month or so before the results come out. When the results come,
there is ranking system. One may not get admission into top Institutes so one
has satisfy with average Institutes. Most of the students are always under
constant pressure and stress in order to perform well. There is lot of extensive
syllabus which is accompanied by practicals. Engineering students therefore need
to be very focused and be consistent in performance to get desired results. Some
students have good in in-depth study of how things work but mere knowledge in
not enough, one needs to get good grades to have better employment
opportunities. Before pursuing the Engineering Degree one needs to have an
insight whether one is prepared to take up the challenges involved and whether
one really has the potential to become an Engineer. Another challenge is which
Specialisation to take, one which is really worthy or one which interests us the
most. One has to compromise on this aspect and to solve this one can seek
guidance from current students and have counselling with a Career Counsellor.



Advantages or Benefits of Bachelor of
Engineering Degree


  • Technology drive today's world. All fields in the modern economy have
    been and are being invigorated by engineering technology. It's creation and
    maintenance requires the services of Engineers. So there is no dearth of
    employment for Engineers. Engineers can work in both private and public
    sector. They are required in all the possible fields. An engineer with
    entrepreneurship abilities can also set up his/her own enterprise.

  • Engineering is the most reputed and prestigious degree to acquire. The
    Society gives lot of importance and high status to an Engineer. There is
    also a certain sense of achievement in merely being called an Engineer.

Bachelor of Engineering Jobs



With the increase in population all around the world, the market is in need of
more number of Engineers in fields like civil, electrical, mechanical, software,
biotechnology, etc.



Employment Areas


  • Aeronautical Firms.
  • Automobile Industry.
  • Chemical Industries.
  • Consultancy Firms.
  • Defence Services.
  • Electronics Manufacturers.
  • Hospitals.
  • Housing & Urban Development.
  • Oil Exploration and Refining.
  • Power Plants.
  • Quality Testing Laboratories.
  • Pharmaceuticals.
  • Software Design.
  • Space Research Organisation.
  • Teaching Institutions.

Job Types


  • Assistant Engineers.
  • Chief Engineer.
  • Development and Test Engineers.
  • Director of Public Works.
  • Electrical Product Design Engineer.
  • Engineering Technologist.
  • Executive Engineers.
  • Independent Consultants.
  • Lecturer.
  • Product Development Engineer.
  • Junior Engineers.
  • Mechanical Design Engineer.
  • Registered Engineering Technician.
  • Researcher.
  • Verification Engineer.

B Tech Courses India


  • B.E. (Aeronautical Engineering)
  • B.E. (Aerospace Engineering)
  • B.E. (Agricultural and Irrigation Engineering)
  • B.E. (Agricultural Engineering)
  • B.E. (Aircraft Maintenance Engineering) B.E. (Applied Electronics &
    Instrumentation) B.E. (Architecture Engineering) B.E. (Automobile
    Engineering) B.E. (Bioinformatics) B.E. (Biomedical Engineering) B.E.
    (Biotechnology) B.E. (Ceramic Technology) B.E. (Ceramics & Cement
    Technology) B.E. (Chemical Engineering) B.E. (Civil Engineering) B.E.
    (Computer Engineering) B.E. (Computer Science & Electronic Engg.) B.E.
    (Computer Science and Engineering) B.E. (Computer Science) B.E.
    (Construction Technology) B.E. (Dairy Technology) B.E. (Electrical and
    Electronics Engineering) B.E. (Electrical Engineering) B.E. (Electronics &
    Communication Engineering) B.E. (Electronics & Telecom Engineering) B.E.
    (Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering) B.E. (Electronics and
    Nanotechnology) B.E. (Electronics Engineering) B.E. (Elements of
    Instrumentation Engineering) B.E. (Environmental Engineering) B.E. (Food
    Technology & Bio-Chemical Engineering) B.E. (Food Technology) B.E. (Genetic
    Engineering) B.E. (Geo Informatics) B.E. (Harbour Engineering and Ocean
    Engineering) B.E. (Industrial & Production Engineering) B.E. (Industrial
    Engineering & Management) B.E. (Industrial Engineering) B.E. (Information
    Science & Engineering) B.E. (Information Technology) B.E. (Instrumentation &
    Control Engineering) B.E. (Instrumentation Engineering) B.E. (Irrigation and
    Water Management) B.E. (Manufacturing Engineering) B.E. (Marine Electrical
    and Electronics Engineering) B.E. (Marine Engineering) B.E. (Material
    Science and Engineering) B.E. (Mechanical Engineering) B.E. (Mechatronics
    Engineering) B.E. (Medical Electronics) B.E. (Metallurgical Engineering)
    B.E. (Mining Engineering) B.E. (Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering)
    B.E. (Petrochemical Engineering) B.E. (Petroleum and off-shore Engineering)
    B.E. (Petroleum Engineering) B.E. (Plastic Technology) B.E. (Polymer
    Engineering) B.E. (Polymer Science & Chemical Technology) B.E. (Power
    Electronics) B.E. (Printing Engineering and Graphic Communication) B.E.
    (Printing Technology) B.E. (Production & Industrial Engineering) B.E.
    (Production Engineering) B.E. (Robotics) B.E. (Rubber Technology) B.E. (Ship
    Building, Repair and Conversion Technology) B.E. (Silk Technology) B.E.
    (Software Engineering) B.E. (Space Technology) B.E. (Telecommunication
    Engineering) B.E. (Textile Technology) B.E. (Transportation Engineering)
    B.E. (Welding Technology) B.E. + M.E.
  • B.Tech. (Aerospace Engineering)
  • B.Tech. (Agricultural and Food Engineering)
  • B.Tech. (Agricultural Engineering)
  • B.Tech. (Agriculture Information Technology)
  • B.Tech. (Apparel Production Management)
  • B.Tech. (Applied Electronics and Instrumentation) B.Tech. (Applied
    Electronics Engineering) B.Tech. (Applied Mechanics) B.Tech. (Architecture
    Engineering) B.Tech. (Atmospheric Sciences) B.Tech. (Automobile Engineering)
    B.Tech. (Automotive Design Engineering) B.Tech. (Avionics Engineering)
    B.Tech. (Biochemical Engineering) B.Tech. (Bioinformatics) B.Tech.
    (Biomedical Engineering) B.Tech. (Biomedical Instrumentation) B.Tech.
    (Bioprocess Technology) B.Tech. (Biotechnology and Biochemical Engineering)
    B.Tech. (Biotechnology) B.Tech. (Carpet & Textile Technology) B.Tech.
    (Ceramic Technology) B.Tech. (Ceramics & Cement Technology) B.Tech.
    (Chemical and Electrochemical Engineering) B.Tech. (Chemical Engineering)
    B.Tech. (Chemical Science and Technology) B.Tech. (Civil and Transportation
    Engineering) B.Tech. (Civil Engineering) B.Tech. (Civil Infrastructure
    Engineering) B.Tech. (Cloud Computing & Virtualisation Technology ) B.Tech.
    (Computer and Information Science) B.Tech. (Computer Engineering) B.Tech.
    (Computer Science & Software Engineering) B.Tech. (Computer Science and
    Engineering) B.Tech. (Computer Science) B.Tech. (Dairy Technology) B.Tech.
    (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) B.Tech. (Electrical Engineering)
    B.Tech. (Electronic Instrumentation and Control) B.Tech. (Electronics &
    Communication Engineering) B.Tech. (Electronics & Media Technology) B.Tech.
    (Electronics & Telecom Engineering) B.Tech. (Electronics and Instrumentation
    Engineering) B.Tech. (Electronics and Nanotechnology) B.Tech. (Electronics
    Control System Engg./Electronics) B.Tech. (Electronics Engineering) B.Tech.
    (Energy Engineering) B.Tech. (Energy Technology) B.Tech. (Engineering
    Physics) B.Tech. (Environmental Engineering) B.Tech. (Fashion and Lifestyle
    Design) (FLD) B.Tech. (Fashion Technology) B.Tech. (Food Science) B.Tech.
    (Food Technology) B.Tech. (Footware Technology) B.Tech. (Gas & Applied
    Petroleum Engineering) B.Tech. (Genetic Engineering) B.Tech. (Geo Sciences
    Engineering) B.Tech. (Geo-Informatics Engineering) B.Tech. (Hons.) Computer
    and Communication Engineering B.Tech. (Hons.) Computer Science and
    Engineering B.Tech. (Hons.) Electrical Communication Engineering B.Tech.
    (Humanities and Management) B.Tech. (Industrial & Production Engineering)
    B.Tech. (Industrial Biotechnology) B.Tech. (Industrial Engineering &
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    Microbiology) B.Tech. (Information and Communication Technology) B.Tech.
    (Information Science & Engineering) B.Tech. (Information Technology) B.Tech.
    (Infrastructure Engineering) B.Tech. (Instrumentation & Control Engineering)
    B.Tech. (Instrumentation Engineering) B.Tech. (Leather Technology) B.Tech.
    (Mainframe Technology ) B.Tech. (Man Made Fibre Technology) B.Tech.
    (Manufacturing & Management) B.Tech. (Manufacturing Technology) B.Tech.
    (Marine Engineering) B.Tech. (Material Science Engineering) B.Tech.
    (Mathematics and Computing) B.Tech. (Mechanical & Automation Engineering)
    B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering and Product Design) B.Tech. (Mechanical
    Engineering) B.Tech. (Mechatronics Engineering) B.Tech. (Medical
    Electronics) B.Tech. (Metallurgical Engineering) B.Tech. (Mineral
    Engineering) B.Tech. (Mining Engineering) B.Tech. (Missile Technology)
    B.Tech. (Molecular & Cellular Engineering) B.Tech. (Nanotechnology) B.Tech.
    (Naval architecture & Ocean Engineering) B.Tech. (Naval Architecture and
    Ship Building) B.Tech. (Nuclear Power Technology) B.Tech. (Nuclear Science &
    Engineering) B.Tech. (Oil & Gas Informatics) B.Tech. (Open Source and Open
    Standards) B.Tech. (Optics and Optoelectronics) B.Tech. (Packaging
    Technology) B.Tech. (Petrochemical Engineering) B.Tech. (Petroleum
    Engineering) B.Tech. (Petroleum Refining and Petrochemicals Engineering)
    B.Tech. (Pharmaceutical Technology) B.Tech. (Plastic and Polymer
    Engineering) B.Tech. (Plastic Technology) B.Tech. (Polymer Engineering)
    B.Tech. (Polymer Science & Chemical Technology) B.Tech. (Polymer Technology)
    B.Tech. (Power Engineering) B.Tech. (Power System Engineering) B.Tech.
    (Printing Technology) B.Tech. (Printing, Graphics and Packaging) B.Tech.
    (Production Engineering) B.Tech. (Professional Communication) B.Tech.
    (Robotics Engineering) B.Tech. (Rubber and Plastic Technology Engineering)
    B.Tech. (Rubber Technology) B.Tech. (Safety and Fire Engineering) B.Tech.
    (Silk Technology) B.Tech. (Software Engineering) B.Tech. (Space Technology)
    B.Tech. (Telecommunication Engineering) B.Tech. (Textile Engineering) B.Tech.
    (Textile Technology) B.Tech. (Upstream & Applied Petroleum Engineering)
    B.Tech. (Urban & Regional Planning) B.Tech. (Water Resources Engineering)
    B.Tech. Petrochemical Technology B.Tech.(Sugar & Alcohol Technology) B.Tech.(Textile
    Chemistry) B.Tech.(TV, Film Production and Media Technology) M.Tech.
    (Renewable Energy Engineering and Management)


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