B.Tech Course Overview

B.Tech Course

B.Tech Course is a four-year professional degree programme where students will learn about the technology. The eligibility to take admissions in B.tech is 10+2 with PCM i.e physics, chemistry and Maths.

There is another way to take admission in B.tech is lateral entry. This lateral entry of B.tech is only for those who had done a Diploma after 10 or after 12. By this lateral entry you will get the admission in the second year of B.tech. Even you can switch your field if you want to switch your field after diploma while taking admission in B.tech.in this course you will give both theoretical as well as practical knowledge. You have to go for a summer internship and have to submit a project at the end of the semester.

B.Tech Eligibility

The basic eligibility for B.tech course is to pass the class 12 with PCM. If you have math as an extra subject with PCB even then you can purse the B.tech or you have a diploma degree you can pursue this course.

For admission in B.tech after class 12, you have to appear in the various entrance test. The main exam is the Joint Entrance Test (JEE) which is held in the month of April, this exam helps you to take admission in the IITs and NITs. The various state wise exam has also been held for the admission in the State Government Colleges. For B.tech lateral entry, the various exam has been held in every state.

B.Tech Specialization

The various field that can be choosen during your admission. These are

  • Mechanical engineering
  • Metallurgical engineering
  • Computer science
  • Information Technology
  • Civil engineering
  • Electronic and communications
  • Electrical engineering
  • Chemical engineering
  • Instrumentation
  • Petroleum engineering
  • Ceramic engineering
  • Textile engineering
  • Aeronautical engineering
  • Agricultural engineering
  • Automobile engineering
  • Production engineering

Many times students don’t have a clear view, what will they study in their graduation and what types of jobs they are going to do in future after their graduation. One thing is important that the first year of B.tech is common for every stream. In some colleges if you want to switch your stream as you find it typical you can easily do it after first year. You can change your stream if you have a diploma and want to purse your b.tech after lateral entry, you can do it too.

Now I will explain all the main field.

Many times students don’t have the clear view, what will they study in their graduation and what types of jobs they are going to do in future after their graduation.One thing is important that the first year of B.tech is common for every stream . In some colleges if you want to switch your stream as you find it typical you can easily do it  after first year. You can chamge your stream if you have diploma and want to purse your b.tech after lateral entry,you can do it too.

Mechanical engineering

In mechanical engineer, you will learn about automobiles, refrigeration and air conditioning, manufacturing, thermal engineering, turbines, metallurgy etc. After your mechanical engineering, you have a wider scope as compared to the other fields. Its always said that mechanical engineering is an evergreen field, as there are a lot of mechanical industries in India. But if you need a white-collar job, it’s better for you to choose some other field. In the starting of your job career if you want a core job you have to work hard. There is a wider scope of mechanical engineer in PSUs, govt. sector and as well as the private sector.

Computer science or IT Sector

Computer science engineer where you will learn about programming as well as about networking. As the IT and computer science is booming Field as compare to other sectors. Computer science engineer gets a high package as compare to other sectors. There is a good scope of computer science and IT students in PSUs, the govt sector and the private sector.

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering where you will learn about designing, planning, supervising, maintaining the construction work. As our country is a developing country there is a wide scope in this sector in both public sector and govt sector.

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