Bachelor of Technology Course and its Duration:

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) is an undergraduate degree which is awarded to a student after successful completion of four years of academic study in the engineering field. On successful completion, a student with the degree is known as “Engineer”. The four years course is divided into eight semesters.

Different Types of B.Tech Courses:

There are a number of disciplines available in the Bachelor of Technology course. One of the few famous disciplines in which a candidate can go the course are given below:

  • Aeronautical Engineering: Aeronautical Engineering is the field of engineering which deals with the development of aircraft and spacecraft. The branch involves the understanding of materials, assembling parts, maintenance of aircraft and testing of parts.
  • Automobile Engineering: Automobile Engineering is one of the branches of engineering and basically a subdivision of Mechanical Engineering. It teaches about the manufacturing, designing, and working of automobiles like motorcycles, bikes, buses, cars, etc.
  • Computer Science Engineering: The branch deals with the study of design, management, and implementation of both hardware and software. It deals with the theory of computation and design of computational systems. A computer science engineer studies the analysis of algorithms, programming languages, software, and many more.
  • Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering is the branch which deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of roads, buildings, bridges, canals, dams, pipelines, railways, and sewerage systems.
  • Chemical Engineering: Chemical Engineering is a branch of engineering which deals with the principles of chemistry, physics, mathematics, and economics. A chemical engineer knows how to use, produce, transform and transport chemicals, materials, and energy.
  • Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering: The branch involves various principles and aspects related to the manufacturing and designing various telecommunication equipment. An electronics and telecommunication engineer studies digital logic design, network theory, semiconductor devices, and many more.
  • Electrical Engineering: An electrical engineer deals with the study of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. They specialize in the power supply and generation. Apart from them, this branch deals with the study of designing, developing, testing and supervising the electrical equipment manufacturing.
  • Instrumentation Engineering: This branch of engineering that deals with the principle and operation of measuring instruments that are used in industries. The branch involves science of control and measurement of process variables within a manufacturing area.
  • Electronics Engineering: The branch utilizes nonlinear and active electrical components to manufacture and design electronic circuit devices, VLSI systems, and their devices. The branch involves study about various electronic devices.
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering: An engineer in this branch learn about the transmission and reception of signals. Apart from these, they learn about the designing, manufacturing, and testing of systems.
  • Information Technology: This branch is all about the use of a computer to store, transmit, retrieve, and manipulate information or data. It involves anything that is linked to the transmission of data through which communication is done.
  • Mechanical Engineering: Mechanical Engineering applies engineering mathematics and physics principles to design, analyze, maintain and manufacture mechanical systems. It helps students to understand the working mechanisms of machines and heavy tools.
  • Petroleum Engineering: This field is related to the study of the production of hydrocarbons. An engineer in this branch works with scientists and geoscientists to understand various things related to the rock formation.
  • Production Engineering: A production engineer deals with manufacturing equipment and makes sure that the production processes are running safely and effectively. It is basically a subdivision of mechanical engineering.

Admission Process and Entrance Examinations in Bachelor of Technology:

To get admission in Bachelor of Technology, a candidate has a number of choices when comes to the process of admission. In India, there are many engineering colleges present which give admission on the basis of various terms and conditions. Different universities take different examinations to shortlist the eligible candidates for the admission. All the interested candidates can check the website of the college they want to take admission in.

Also, there is a national level examination known as JEE which allows admissions in top colleges like IITs, NITs, IIITs, etc. Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is held every year at the national level by CBSE to allow admissions in various engineering colleges across the country. The examination will be conducted twice a year from 2019 onwards.

Apart from JEE, there are many private universities which grant admission in the bachelor of technology course on the basis of their entrance examinations. List of examinations is given below:

  • VITEEE (VIT Engineering Entrance Examination)
  • SRMJEEE (SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Examination)
  • Amity JEE (Amity Joint Entrance Examination)
  • UPSEAT (University of Petroleum & Energy Studies Aptitude Test)
  • KEAM (Kerala Engineering Architecture & Medical Examination)
  • VTUEEE (Vel Tech University Engineering Entrance Examination)

Eligibility Criteria for the Bachelor of Technology Course:

  • A candidate must have passed 10+2 from a recognized board in Science stream with physics, chemistry, and mathematics as a compulsory subject.
  • He/she should have attained minimum % aggregate according to the college in the qualifying examination.
  • Also, the candidate must have cleared the entrance examination conducted by the university.

Jobs & Career Opportunities:

A candidate with the bachelor of technology degree has a lot of career and job opportunities. First, he/she can go for higher studies in the same field. An engineer can work in the public or private sector. Below is the list of a few job profiles one can choose after B.Tech:

  • Application Development Associate
  • Customer Support-Service Manager
  • Civil Services
  • Data Analyst
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Software Engineer
  • Scientist, and many more.