Different Engineering Courses to Choose Fromby RIET Jaipur Rajasthan Institute of Engineering & Technology
Engineering, (B.Tech; BE) is a technical course that is optimised for the students who want to pursue a life believing in practicality over fantasy. For the soul believers of sciences engineering is the core course that remould a student completely with the requisites of practical, professional life. All types of engineering include some form of problem-solving (and generally focus on making life easier), but what engineering-related solution gives you the most buzz? Or What engineering course you have your interest in? Describing engineering courses as a decision to pursue for life, I present
1. AEROSPACE/AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING
Aeronautical and Aerospace engineering is the first branch that opens up into the sciences of Aerospace. It deals with the research, design, development, construction, testing, science and technology of aircraft. You could also study astronautical engineering, focusing on spacecraft and the deep conditions of space.
An Aeronautical Engineer is a highly reputed and enriched engineer, many colleges don’t have this branch setup in their campuses due to their expensive equipment and high maintenance. If you study aeronautical engineering, you could specialize in aerodynamics, aeroelasticity, composites analysis, avionics, propulsion and structures and materials.
2. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Chemical engineering is the branch of Engineering that deals with chemical and biological processes to produce useful materials or substances. It’s a multidisciplinary subject, combining natural and experimental sciences (such as chemistry and physics), along with biological sciences (such as biology, microbiology and biochemistry), plus mathematics and economics.
A Chemical Engineer is equipped with the skill set of a knowledge of chemicals & This type of engineering is for you if you have an analytical mindset or You’re also considering studying chemistry or another natural/life science orYou’re interested in the chemical processes behind producing everyday items. If you do chemical engineering, you can specialize in chemical reaction engineering, plant design, process engineering, process design or transport phenomena.
3. CIVIL ENGINEERING
Civil Engineering is the course for designing and developing infrastructure projects. This can be on a huge scale, such as the development of nationwide system of road network or water supply networks, or on a smaller scale, such as the development of single roads or buildings. This type of engineering is for you if you are interested in the designing and development part or have an interest in hydraulics, mechanics and development of structures. Common specializations of civil engineering include structural engineering, architectural engineering, transportation engineering, geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering and hydraulic engineering.
4. COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Computer engineering concerns the design and prototyping of computing hardware and software. Computer Engineering is the most vast and prominent engineering branch as this branch provide the information regarding the current developing scenarios relating mostly with technical advancements. This course is for you if you’re interested in pursuing career in Software development or Game Development. Specialized subjects generally unique to computer engineering include microprocessor/microcontroller systems, computer architecture and VHDL (hardware description language) design.
5. ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
Electrical and electronics engineering both focus on applications of electrical power. The two fields differ in that electrical engineer’s chiefly focus on the large-scale production and supply of electrical power, while electronics engineers focus on much smaller electronic circuits, such as those used in computers. This type of engineering is for you if you’re interested in how electrical devices and systems work or You want to help power the next phase of technological developments or You naturally want to understand how any electrical system is set up and have ideas for how it could be improved.
You could specialize in the following areas of electrical and electronics engineering: power generation and supply, communications and media, computer systems and robotic systems.
6. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
One of the oldest and broadest types of engineering, mechanical engineering is concerned with the design, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. You’ll study statics and dynamics, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, stress analysis, mechanical design and technical drawing. This type of engineering is for you if you like fiddling with mechanical devices or You’re interested in coming up with new and innovative designs in fields such as sustainable energy and artificial intelligence or You’re interested in working as part of an interdisciplinary team to develop and improve mechanical technologies.
This is a very broad subject, which overlaps with lots of other types of engineering. However, the most common specializations of mechanical engineering include manufacturing, transportation systems, combustion, nanotechnology and robotics. Mechatronics engineering may also be of interest; this combines mechanical and electronic engineering with areas such as computer and control engineering.
All in All, every field of engineering is of specific weight and interest and whatever you pursue is a treat full of competition & excessive learning.
“It is your decision for what course you chose from”
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