Selecting an engineering course is a difficult choice because either your choice makes you happy rest of your life or after four years of engineering you try to change your field. I wrote a post on which is the best engineering course to help students based on industry trends.In this article I tried to give general information about engineering courses. I tried to collect and analyze information about engineering courses degrees and top colleges to study. I focused on kind of job you will be offered, average salary, best or leading companies and top institutes offering these courses and admission procedure.

India today published an article saying “Best engineering courses 2009”, but I think I was written by some journalist rather than an Engineer. Most of the courses they mention were never offered in India at B.Tech or M.Tech level for example Energy engineering, Nuclear engineering,etc. This makes most of the courses mentioned in the article irrelevant for B.Tech and M.Tech students.

In this collection of posts I tried to cover the traditional engineering branches and give a brief introduction and give information about job prospects and industry and student trends instead of mentioning name that we never heard when we go for admissions. The courses

Aeronautical Engineering or Aerospace Engineering
Biotechnology or BioEngineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Materials and Metallurgical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mining Engineering
Petroleum Engineering

I tried my best to collect and share information with many students here. If have any questions, suggestions or more information worth sharing, please do not hesitate to write in comment box below.

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