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About Engineering study

Why Engineering studies

Why engineering Engineers are the backbone of the nation, there always be a demand for skilled engineers in different fields, they contribute a lot for nation building Almost every aspect in our lives has somehow been influenced by engineers:

• The products created in factories

• The buildings we live in

• Electronic gadgets which has become part of our life

• Dam created to store water

• Hydroelectric power plant from where we obtain electricity

• The computers we surf the net on

• Medical services and technologies we rely on

• Vehicles which make us reach our destination so we all somehow are surrounded by things created by engineers so There is no limit to what engineers can do. In simple terms, engineers identify a problem, and come up with a solution – often creating something completely new in the process. Traditionally, engineering is about infrastructure. Engineers were known to create bridges and vehicles that got us from A to B faster more efficiently.

Now engineering is acknowledged as a discipline that opens up opportunities and creates technology and products that help make our lives easier.

Engineers are shaping the future by applying their skills to almost everything you can think of, from medicine to renewable energy, food technologies to sustainable mining. There really is no limit to what engineers can do. Reasons to be an engineer Creative Thinking Engineering is by its very nature a creative profession.

As we belong to India which is acquiring new technologies at a rapid rate, In an age where technology changes each minute, engineers need to think critically to discover new ideas, create new things, and come up with solutions to new problems brought about by the ever-changing technological landscape.

If you like to question, explore, invent, discover, and create, then engineering could be the ideal profession for you. Intellectual Development An engineering education will "exercise" your brain, developing your ability to think logically and to solve problems. These are skills that will be valuable and helpful throughout your life – and not only when you are solving engineering problems but also during day to day life problems Challenging Work There is no shortage of challenging problems in engineering.

There is no single answer, no answer in the back of the book, no professor to tell you that you are right or wrong. You must devise a solution and persuade others that your solution is the best one Professional Environment As an engineer, you will work in a professional environment in which you will be treated with respect, have a certain amount of freedom in choosing your work, and have the opportunity to learn and grow through both on-the-job training and formal training Ready for any Problem Once student become an engineer they acquired the skills and the confidence to deal with any kind of problem Engineers will start viewing every problem as a challenge and an opportunity to grow, Engineering has more impact on the world than any other profession Potential to Benefit Society As an engineer, you can choose to work on projects that benefit society, such as cleaning up the environment, developing prosthetic aids for disabled persons, developing clean and efficient transportation systems, finding new sources of energy, alleviating the world's hunger problems, and increasing the standard of living in underdeveloped countries Variety of Career Opportunities From electrical and computer engineering to environmental and biomedical engineering, an engineering degree offers a wide range of career possibilities. But the majority of today's college graduates will have more than one career during their work life, and engineering can provide a strong foundation for almost any one of them.

Prestige Engineers help sustain our nation's international competitiveness, maintain our standard of living, ensure a strong national security, and protect public safety. As a member of such a respected profession, you will receive a high amount of prestige. Job Satisfaction It's important to find a career that you enjoy. After being an engineer one develops capability to excel in any field where he is appointed. Financial Security Engineering is a lucrative career. Engineering graduates receive the highest starting salary of any discipline That depends on one capability


student after 12th eager to do engineering, there is lots of option to choose out of different streams in engineering but student often confuse which stream to choose, or dont know what subjects will be there in particular stream.

Every engineering stream is equally good it only depends on one’s intrest, choose stream as per ur intrest


It is a 4 years Undergraduate Level Degree program.

In 1ST Yr(1st and 2nd semester) student of any stream has to study common basic subjects of different stream

The 4 years’ duration is divided into 8 semesters, with each semester lasting a period of 6 months.

During each semester, students will have to undergo different sets of theoretical subjects as well as practical lab sessions associated with them.


student after 12th eager to do engineering, there is lots of option to choose out of different streams in engineering but student often confuse which stream to choose, or dont know what subjects will be there in particular stream.

Every engineering stream is equally good it only depends on one’s intrest, choose stream as per ur intrest
















  • Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest and the oldest disciplines of engineering
  •  Mechanical engineering is the branch of engineering that involves the production and usage of heat and mechanical power for the design, production, and operation of machines and tools
  • Here student gets in depth knowledge of fluids, thermal plants, refrigeration, thermodynamic, designing of machines, so one who have intrest in these subject should opt for mechanical engineering

Scope After mechanical engineering After being a mechanical engineer there is wide scope for student, Mechanical engineering graduates are invited by employers in all sectors of the engineering industry. Some of them are:

  • Aerospace industry
  • Construction industry
  • Automotive industry
  • Chemical industry
  • Defense industry
  • Electronics industry
  • Materials and metals industry
  • Rail industry

A Mechanical Engineering Degree involves the design of mechanical systems. These systems assist industries such as: manufacturing, aeronautics, nanotechnology, nuclear power production, heating and cooling.  A primary focus is on thermodynamics, structural analysis, materials science, and kinematics. This is arguably the broadest of all engineering degrees available today and takes in a wide range of engineering disciplines


Civil Engineering Oldest branch of engineering it involves the development of infrastructure such as buildings, railways, roads construction, bridges and general construction project management. Civil Engineers also play an important role in rebuilding projects


  • Architecture & Town Planning
  • Building Materials Technology
  • Construction Technology & Management
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  •  Hydraulics, Water Resource & Irrigation Engineering
  • Hydraulics, Water Resource & Irrigation Engineering


Electrical Engineering is the most sought after choice students opt for. It is due to a variety of reasons why many students prefer electrical engineering, An Electrical Engineer develops technologies to assist with the practical application of such energies.

Electrical Engineers design components for electronic equipment, communications systems, power grids, automobiles, and more.

Most employers require an Electrical Engineering Degree at some level to work as an Electrical Engineer,  Electrical engineering deals with generation, transmission and distribution of electricity.


Electrical Engineers are much in demand in India, from house to companies every where there is a necessity of electricity to function, offering numerous opportunities to electrical engineers.

Electrical engineering graduates can find jobs in most engineering industries such as

  • Aerospace industry
  • Automotive industry
  • Chemical industry
  • Construction industry
  • Defence industry
  • Electronics industry
  • Marine industry
  • Oil and gas industry
  • Power generation industry
  • Rail industry
  • Telecoms


Engineering discipline where non-linear and active electrical components such as electron tubes, and semiconductor devices, especially transistors, diodes and integrated circuits, are utilized to design electronic circuits, devices and systems, typically also including passive electrical components and based on printed circuit boards

Electronics engineering deals with implementation of applications, principles and algorithms developed within many related fields, for example solid-state physics, radio engineering, telecommunications, control systems, signal processing, systems engineering, computer engineering, instrumentation engineering, electric power control, robotics, and many others


Using electronics today is so much a part of our daily lives we hardly think of the way the world would be without electronics Scope of electronics engineering is very good as technology is growing very fast, so use of electronics component cannot be avoided the old technology has been replaced by new our day to day need rely on electronics component mobile phones, laptops, tablets,  cooking to music uses electronics or electronic component

Wide scope in govt and private sector

Govt sector(through gate)


private companies

Motorola, Intel, Texas Instruments, BEL, ISRO, DRDO, Accenture, Wipro, HCL Technologies, NVidia, Samsung, Tech Mahindra, Infosys, TCS, Conexant,


 Electronics and Communication Engineering deals with the electronic devices and software applications. It is an interface of chip level hardware and information technology it involves the transmission of information across channels like coax cable or optical fiber. It also deals with designing equipments such as routers, switches, fiber optics and electronic switching systems  First year of electronics and engineering course dedicated to teach students about basic engineering techniques such as engineering mathematics, physics, chemistry and engineering drawing

From second year of studies student start to learn about core Electronics and communication engineering subjects like digital electronics and logic design, fundamentals of communication engineering, electronic circuits, signals and systems, power electronics, applied electromagnetic theory, integrated circuits, VLSI, control systems and computer architecture are just few to mention


Our needs and demands will increase, Earlier we were happy with data rates of 10 Gbps, but now we will need be needing more. 6G will arrive in the market. Requirement of faster processing will lead to evolution of 16-32 core processors.

 Artificial intelligence virtual reality will reach to new heights. Robotics will give us Butler bots, new companions to help us in daily work.

There is no end to technology. It will keep on flourishing. There will always be a great score in this field

Studying electronics Chips one should opt for electronics and communication engineering

Generally, Electronics and Communication engineers have to perform the following duties at their workplace.

  • Designing of process or mechanical equipments
  • Improving the functionality and reliability of mobile devices and servers
  • Setting up networks and equipments, process and maintenance of electronics gears and systems 

These include both private companies as well as government agencies.

scope in different industries

In government and private companies:

  • Consumer electronics manufacturing organization
  •  Telecommunication & IT industries, 
  • Mobile communication(2G,3G,4G),
  • Defence
  • Space and other research organizations
  • In medical field
  • elctronic industries
  • Manufacturing- PCB, IC


Computer Engineering is a combination of elements of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science which deals with the design and utilization of computers. The parent discipline of Computer Engineering remains Electrical Engineering with which it shares considerable commonality

The program provides students with a background that prepares them for careers in embedded systems design, computer system operations, and systems support

Computer science engineering is for those who are interested in  programming, software development, testing, networking etc


Since growth in IT Industry are taking very fast so there is demand of computer engineer every where whether it’s a govt sector or private MNC

Software Engineer

Software Tester

Project Manager

 Application Developer

 1.Private Software company:

  • CTS.
  • TCS

  Government Software company:-

  • BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited)
  • ONGC(Oil and Natural Gas Corporation)
  • GAIL(Gas Authority India Ltd )
  • HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited)
  • SAIL(Steel Authority of India)




Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test     (BITSAT)    Engineering degree courses in BITS campuses in Pilani,Goa and Hyderabad

VITEEE (VIT Engineering Entrance Examination)

Engineering degree courses in VIT Vellore and VIT Chennai

 WBJEE(West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination)

SRMJEEE (SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Exam)

NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture)

AEEE (Amrita Engineering Entrance Exam)

MUOET( Manipal University Online Entrance Examination)

 IIIT HYDERABAD(The International Institute of Information Technology)        



UPSEE (Uttar Pradesh state entrance examination)

ASSAM CEE (ASSAM Combined Entrance Examination )

BIHAR CET( Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination)

CG PET(Chhattisgarh Pre Engineering Test)

AP EAMCET(Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test)

The perception of startups in India as a whole is changing and various platforms are emerging for just about anyone who has a good business idea, regardless of the educational institute he/she has studied (or dropped out). This article is merely an attempt to break the common misconception observed in the startup ecosystem of India, that ‘only entrepreneurs who’ve studied at such institutes IIT NIT BIT can manage to succeed in their enterprises’.

Lakhs of student sits on these entrance exam but only 5% of  them could get in so mentorcell help students who have passion for engineering but unable to crack the exam due to weakness in particular subject which one has to face even though he don’t havce to study further during his entire course except in first yr so student who interested to do engineering and need guidance our team would help student in counseling them , from admission in college till placement  student can register on our portal free of cost , where he has to give IQ TEST on the basis of that test student is eligible to take admission in private engg colleges listed on our portal, we help student in stream selection as per his personality in which he could excel we will help even during his course if facing problem in any subject through online videos pdf file free of cost and we are focusing on student internship and placement through our separate portal everything free of cost. 

Famous Engineering alumni

For many students, entry into the hallowed walls of IIT is a dream in itself. But for some, it is just the first step to creating unthinkable success stories. From top-notch CEOs to famous scientists, from young entrepreneurs to quirky entertainers, successful IIT alumni have inspired generations of students.

Here’s the underlying message—dare to dream and the world can do nothing but admire you. Across the Indian start-up sector, there’s a growing network of alumni from some of the best-known institutions in India. IITians have taken India by a storm in the past few years and managed to make a mark in almost every profession you can think of under the sun.

Why don’t you spare just a few minutes to read some of their success stories? Who knows, you might be the next!  Let’s shift our focus towards what the famous IIT alumni are up to, right now. Here we go!

Successful IIT Alumni Who Made India Proud

Sundar Pichai

Sundar Pichai chased his starry-eyed technology dreams and is currently the Senior Vice President at Google. Responsible for the launch of the dominant Chrome web browser, he was previously the product head for Android, Chrome, Maps, and other popular Google products. He earned his Bachelor of Engineering degree from IIT Kharagpur in Metallurgical Engineering. Holding an M.S. from Stanford University and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, he was also named a Siebel Scholar and a Palmer Scholar. He is one of the most renowned and successful IIT alumni at the moment!

N.R. Narayana Murthy

The co-founder and ex-chairman of the mighty Infosys, Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy, is famous across the globe. An M.Tech from IIT Kanpur, he studied electrical engineering at the University of Mysore. In the year 1981, he co-founded the MNC Infosys, which provides business technology, consulting, engineering, and outsourcing services all over the world. In 2013, he became the Additional Director and Executive Chairman of the same. Murthy has received the prestigious Padma Shri and Padma Vibushan awards. Time Magazine also described him as the Father of Indian IT.

Sachin Bansal

It took Sachin Bansal, 32, a mere six years to build Flipkart, the country’s best-known online retail brand. This IIT-Delhi alumnus co-founded the company with college friend Binny Bansal in a small flat in southeast Bangalore in 2007 with Rs. 4 lakh. Flipkart’s success has come not just from online retail, but also from its focus on building technology services at the back end.

Vinod Khosla

This American businessman has been listed as a billionaire by Forbes magazine. Khosla made his early fortune as one of the co-founders of Sun Microsystems, a company which created the Java programming language and Network File System (NFS). He then went on to form his venture capital firm, Khosla Ventures in 2004. He attended Mount St. Marys High School in Delhi and is an alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering).

Nikesh Arora

The Vice Chairman of SoftBank Corp. and CEO of SoftBank Internet and Media, Inc. (SIMI), Nikesh Arora graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) Varanasi, India, with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. He also holds a degree from Boston College and an MBA from Northeastern University. Nikesh has worked for Deutsche Telekom, Putnam Investments and Fidelity Investments in the past.

Amit Singhal

Winner of the Outstanding Achievement in Science and Technology award at the Asian Awards 2011, Amit Singhal is an ex-student of IIT Roorkee. He is the Senior Vice President at Google Inc. He had rewritten Google in the year 2001 and had been honored  as a “Google Fellow.” Singhal says that he was persuaded to join Google by his friend Krishna Bharat, who is a principal scientist at the web search giant. His last day at Google was February 26, 2016, and his next journey will involve philanthropy.

Chetan Bhagat

Chetan Bhagat is an Indian writer, known for his bestselling English-language novels about young urban middle-class Indians. He is an engineer from IIT Delhi and has an MBA from IIM Ahmedabad. His six bestsellers are Five Point Someone – What not to do at IIT, One Night @ the Call Center, The Three Mistakes of My Life, 2 States – The Story Of My Marriage, Revolution 2020 and non-fiction What Young India Wants.

 Engineering Placements Trends

Gone are the days when admission into a good engineering college ensured a decent job. The trend has changed. The job avenues have shrunk, while job seekers have swelled many folds. Even IITs and NITs are not untouched. It follows the logical economic principles which states that while demands increase in geometric progression, resources grow in arithmetic progression. The news of some IIT geek getting 70-80 lakhs INR salary pops up every year and most of us believe that everything is hunky dory and engineering degree lands you into a good job.But only the wearer knows where the shoe pinches. Most of the multi-million package is rupee equivalent of dollars offered by a multinational company for abroad location where the cost of living is proportionately higher. Hence the grandiose pay cheques are not as glamorous as they appear. Moreover, there are just 5 in the class of 100, who get such jobs. There are dozens who are unplaced. I am not gainsaying the fact that average package of premier institutes are higher, even for those placed in India, but as per a research published in ToI, only 5% of IITians grab those high paying jobs. This study also indicated that it creates pressure in the peer group leading to depression.

I am not here to intimidate you or discourage you from pursuing engineering. If you are passionate about it, this is the place to be. But you must change with the changing trend so as to stay employable.  I only strive to disillusion you from the Utopian image that you have of engineering degree and give you a glimpse of reality before it hits you hard.

Firstly, choose college judiciously. Check its recent placement data before making any decision. Most college flaunt of hundreds of companies visiting their campus. You should specifically inquire about which companies visited the campus last year, only then will the real picture crystal out. Suppose a college lists Google and Microsoft as its recruiter, but you may discover that none of these visited the campus over the last decade. Moreover, you should look for companies as per your trade. A mechanical engineer will never be recruited by Google, so you should look for companies in your domain.

Secondly, there has been rise in finance and consultancy firms visiting the campus. Hence students are tested more for communication skills, analytical skills and aptitude than core competencies. In this regard, students preparing for competitive exams like CAT, GMAT, GRE, GATE get an edge. In the first place, you should be clear about your interests. If your analytical skills are not strong, still you force fit yourself into a trading company, you are destined to fail. Don’t be swayed by the packages or brand name. Rather spend some time introspecting about where exactly you want to be in the next 4-5 years. I have seen students applying for consultancy, sitting for some finance firm the very next day and then taking tests of some core company thereafter. This clearly shows a lack of vision.

It is often said that core branches like electrical, civil and mechanical are evergreen and are safe baits. That remains true even today but recent years has seen boom in computer science and IT given the expansion of these industries in India. Moreover, if you want to make some quick money, core companies can rarely fill your wallet.

Going for higher studies is also a good alternative. Bachelors can mostly land you to the testing or validation teams. Hence those who are inclined towards analysis, research & design should opt for higher studies. It also kick starts your career. Masters in Business Administration can land you into managerial posts. If you have knack for administrative jobs, yoe may also opt for administrative jobs through UPSC,SSB or UES.

In nutshell, to cope up with the changing time, choose your college judiciously. Be objective about your interests and opt for placements accordingly. Consider higher studies if none of the job opportunities excite. Plan early and plan well because the early bird catches the worm!!


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