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    please tell me the available courses for engineering? To get a better job?

    Now i am in 9 class..

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    starstar is offline Junior Member
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    Re: please tell me the available courses for engineering? To get a better job?

    Hello Dear Friend ...

    You can go for various short term courses like

    C

    C++

    JAVA

    ORACLE

    .NET

    PHP

    LINUX

    AUTOCAD

    VLSI

    EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

    HYPERMESH

    ANSYS

    CATIA .....etc.,



    GOOD LUCK

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    Ravi dikshith is offline Senior Member
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    Re: please tell me the available courses for engineering? To get a better job?


    Hello dude!

    According to me the main priority must be given to the college than branch because if the college is a best one then you need not bother about the branch you choose.

    Always choose a college that is of the following qualities.They are:
    • Must be recognized by the University Grants Commission.
    • Must be recognized by AICTE.
    • Must provide 100% placements.
    • Must have excellent infrastructure.
    If you choose the college of such qualities then you need not bother about whatever the branch you choose.

    But it is still preferable to choose any of the following branches.They are:
    • ELECTRONICS and COMMUNICATION Engineering.
    • ELECTRICAL Engineering.
    • COMPUTER SCIENCE Engineering.
    • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.
    • MECHANICAL Engineering.
    • AGRICULTURAL Engineering.
    • CHEMICAL Engineering.
    • PETROLEUM Engineering.
    • CIVIL Engineering.
    Above all branches are having good scope in the future.But never choose a college that doesn't provide placements because you will suffer a lot in the future.For choosing a good college you must get a good rank in competitive exams like IIT,AIEEE,EAMCET and Other state level Engineering entrance exams.So every branch has it's own speciality,the job getting opportunities depends on the college only.

    HOPE THE INFORMATION HELPED YOU AND ALL THE BEST.

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    Sandeep Yadav is offline Junior Member
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    Re: please tell me the available courses for engineering? To get a better job?

    After the 12th class you can get admission in the engineering (B.Tech) class. The following branches are present in the engineering-
    Computer science engineering
    Information technology
    Electrical engineering
    Electronic & communication engineering
    Printing & packaging engineering
    Mechanical engineering
    Civil engineering
    Architecture

    Top Engineering University in India:
    Indian Institute of Technology
    National Institute of Technology
    IP University
    Thapar University
    Birla Institute of Technology
    Delhi Technical University
    Amity University
    Anna University
    VIT University
    SRM University
    Galgotiya University
    Lovely professional University
    GJU University
    YMCA University

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    navjotsidhupamal is offline Junior Member
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    Re: please tell me the available courses for engineering? To get a better job?

    My dear friend,

    There are lots of streams in engineering and you choose any one according to your interest and choice.

    To go for an engineering you must have completed your 12th with non-medical and then after go for AIEEE entrance exam.



    The streams in Engineering are:

    1.COmputer science engineering
    2.Information technology
    3.Civil Engineering



    4.Mechanical Engineering
    5.Aeronautical Engineering
    6.Food technology
    7.Biotechnology
    8.Electrical Engineering
    9.Electronics and communication Engineering
    10.Nanotechnology
    and many more.

    Thank u!!

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