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Engineer:
Engineers have specialization in different branches for e.g. mechanical, electrical, electronics, chemical, biomedical etc. They work in designing, planning large structures, maintenance, production, or testing of machines and equipment used in different sectors. AICTE approved universities give admissions based on JEE Main exams.

Admission Procedure:

XII Science with Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry.

Entry after applying for JEE exam regulated by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). JEE exams are conducted by two types JEE main & JEE advance. JEE main helps students to get entry into the Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), the National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and other engineering colleges. However, if they wish to get into Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) then they have to go for JEE Advance. It takes 4 years for Graduate degree BE/B tech. Lateral entry to second year of BE is also offered by some institutions which offer polytechnic diplomas.

Job Profile:

Civil Engineers:   Concerned with construction & planning, investigation, survey, design, supervision, and all work connected therewith construction. They are involved in structural engineering, water management engineering, highway engineering and have huge growth opportunities in real estate sector.

Mechanical Engineers: They are involved in designing, operation and maintenance of machines, and their components, tools, manufacturing systems and processes, components of power stations, solar plants, thermal stations and industrial engineering projects. Machine operations and their manufacturing, training of dealing in various machines is also a part of Mechanical Engineering.

Electrical Engineers:  are concerned with the generation, distribution, use of electrical power, control and instrumentation. They work with equipment that produces and distributes electricity such as generators, transmission lines, transformers, lighting and wiring in buildings. They design electric motors, machinery and ignition systems which are required by automobiles, aircrafts and all kinds of motorized vehicles and equipment’s.

Automobile Engineers: are concerned with the design, development, repair and manufacture of automobiles. They may also specialize in automobile design
Biomedical Engineers are scientists who using the principles of engineering and life sciences conduct research on the biological aspects of human and animal life. The products biomedical engineers have invented have revolutionized the field of medicine. Some examples are the artificial heart and other artificial organs, prosthetics (artificial limbs), use of lasers in surgery, cryosurgery, ultrasonic and the use of computers in diagnosis

 Ceramic Engineers: deal with inorganic and non-metallic materials used in industrial applications. They carry out research, design machinery and processing methods and develop new ceramic materials and products

Computer Engineers: design, manufacture, and maintain computer hardware and computer based information and control systems

Environmental Engineers: use knowledge from several disciplines to protect the quality of the human environment – its air, water and land. This field embraces a wide field, from the ocean depths where marine resources must be preserved to the depletion of ozone layers in the upper atmosphere which poses a threat to life on earth

Electronic Engineers: are concerned with electronic components, integrated circuits and microprocessors. They design, fabricate, test, maintain and supervise  the manufacture of electronic equipment’s
Energy Engineers are concerned with the use , production, distribution, conversion and conservation of energy

Industrial Engineers: work in manufacturing or industrial production. Choosing machinery and equipment’s, planning industrial layout, organization of assembly line , quality control, distribution and inventory control is devised by industrial engineers
Instrumentation (Production) Engineers design, construct and maintain instruments and instrumentation units required for industrial processes

Marine Engineers: design, research, survey, install and maintain marine vessels of all types and sizes. The job of running, maintenance and repair of engine rooms of sailing vessels both merchant and navy is carried out by marine engineers. Marine engineers also work as shore engineers to install , maintain equipment’s used during loading and unloading of cargo and other dock machinery
Metallurgical and Materials Engineers develop new types of metal alloys. Metallurgical engineers work in chemical, physical or mechanical metallurgy. Material engineers develop materials according to specifications and test and evaluate them

Mining Engineers: are involved with the location, extraction, and preparation of minerals used in manufacturing industries. They design underground and open pit mines, supervise the construction of mine shafts and tunnels in underground operations and devise methods for transporting minerals to processing plants. They work with geologists, metallurgists, on reclamation projects as well as in projects related to water and air pollution

Telecommunication Engineers: deal with communication systems e.g. cables, radio, satellite, communications, TV, Radar, navigational communications equipment, all types of information and transmission networks

Microelectronics engineers: are involved in the design, development, fabrication and testing of new electronic circuitry. Modern electronic circuits are built on printed circuit or hybrid boards carrying the latest in chip technology. Microelectronics engineers undertaking the logic design, often work together with software engineers who write the software. This process needs careful planning to decide which function will be achieved through the hardware

Nuclear engineers: conduct research on nuclear energy and radiation. They design , develop monitor, and operate nuclear power plants used to generate electricity. They may work on nuclear fuel cycle,- production, handling, and use of nuclear fuel and the safe disposal of waste produced by nuclear energy- or on fusion energy. Nuclear engineers  specialize in the development of nuclear weapons or in industrial and medical uses of radioactive materials e.g. equipment to help diagnose and treat medical problems

Employment Opportunities:

Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering – Hindustan Aeronautics Limited employs aerospace engineers. Employment in research and development is offered by the Defence Services DRDO for missile development, Indian Space Research Organization, government laboratories and organizations concerned with the aviation industry, i.e., Air India, Indian Air Lines etc.

Agricultural Engineering – Central and State Government Departments of agriculture and agricultural engineering, agro industries, minor irrigation corporations, agricultural machinery manufacturing organizations, tea gardens, National Seeds Corporation, Food Corporation of India, National Dairy Development Board, Dairy and Food Industries, Nationalized Banks, Agricultural Financial Organizations, Agricultural Research Organizations, Agricultural universities and voluntary organizations employ agricultural engineers.

Automobile Engineering – Automobile manufacturing industries, defense services offer employment.
Biomedical Engineering – Biomedical engineers are researchers and hence they work in laboratories to research, design and fabricate materials used in medical diagnosis and treatment.
Ceramic Engineering – Glass, cement, electronic, ceramic, electrical industries employ ceramic engineers. Besides specific engineering opportunities ceramic engineers also work in research  in industries dealing with ceramic equipment and products.

Chemical Engineering – The application of chemical engineering is in diverse industries – e.g. in industries manufacturing paints, dyes, varnishes, drugs, acids, petroleum, fertilizers, foods, dairy products. They may work in textile or plastic industry or even in glass or rubber industry. The application of this branch is extensive.

Civil Engineering – Civil engineers are employed in the public and private sectors in large numbers in all branches of design, construction, maintenance of roads, highways, bridges, dams, canals, docks, airports, housing complexes and in environment management etc.

Environmental Engineering – Environmental engineers are required by government and industry both to monitor and control ongoing pollution and to anticipate and deal with the likely impact on the environment of proposed new projects – whether it be the construction of a new dam, a hotel or an industrial unit. Environmental Engineers are employed with industries dealing with recycled products and waste management.

Electrical Engineering – Electrical engineers find employment with organizations dealing with generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical energy. They work in the manufacturing industry, design electrical machinery and equipment, and oversee their operation. They are employed in high powered electrical generating stations, design and construction of power plants, and in industries manufacturing industrial machinery.

Electronic Engineering – Electronic engineers are employed in industries manufacturing electronic equipment, research and development, and in places where electronic equipment’s are extensively used, e.g. television and radio, aerospace industry, automobile industry, computer based industries. Marketing and sales jobs for electronic products are another option. Electronic engineers who specialize in biomedical equipment find employment with bio engineering industries.

Energy Engineering – Energy engineers find opportunities in major industries and organizations concerned with research and development.

Industrial Engineering – Industrial engineers find employment with production industries particularly where the concern is plant efficiency, cost effective operating methods  and quality control.
Instrumentation/Production Engineering – The demand for instrumentation engineer comes from user industries such as steel, chemical, fertilizer, refineries, power industry etc. as well as from research and development organization, of defense, government and private sector.
Mechanical Engineering – Mechanical engineers are employed in almost every sector of the industry. Some of the largest areas of employment are machine tools, railway engineering, aerospace, the automobile industry and power plants.

Metallurgical Engineering – Metallurgists are employed in research laboratories, industries and plants extracting and processing metals like iron and steel, nickel, tin, copper, zinc, aluminum and brass etc., in metallurgical industries like Foundries and rolling mills, in fabrication industries.
Microelectronic Engineering – The main areas of work are in aerospace, including aircraft, satellites, space systems, guided weapons; computers, information technology, and telecommunications; consumer electronics, such as washing machines and microwave ovens; medical electronics for use in diagnosis, monitoring and care of patients; etc.

Nuclear Engineering – Nuclear engineers work primarily in research. Nuclear engineers also find employment in nuclear power plants, defense and nuclear installations, with defense manufacturers, or with nuclear power equipment manufacturers.

Mining engineering – Mining engineers are employed as engineers in mines, minerals development corporation and mining departments of the union and state governments.
Telecommunication Engineering – Telecommunication engineers work with the defense services, in the broadcasting sector, electronic/mass communication sector, with the Government as well as with the manufacturing industry.

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Engineer:
Engineers have specialization in different branches for e.g. mechanical, electrical, electronics, chemical, biomedical etc. They work in designing, planning large structures, maintenance, production, or testing of machines and equipment used in different sectors. AICTE approved universities give admissions based on JEE Main exams.

Admission Procedure:

XII Science with Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry.

Entry after applying for JEE exam regulated by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). JEE exams are conducted by two types JEE main & JEE advance. JEE main helps students to get entry into the Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), the National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and other engineering colleges. However, if they wish to get into Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) then they have to go for JEE Advance. It takes 4 years for Graduate degree BE/B tech. Lateral entry to second year of BE is also offered by some institutions which offer polytechnic diplomas.

Job Profile:

Civil Engineers:   Concerned with construction & planning, investigation, survey, design, supervision, and all work connected therewith construction. They are involved in structural engineering, water management engineering, highway engineering and have huge growth opportunities in real estate sector.

Mechanical Engineers: They are involved in designing, operation and maintenance of machines, and their components, tools, manufacturing systems and processes, components of power stations, solar plants, thermal stations and industrial engineering projects. Machine operations and their manufacturing, training of dealing in various machines is also a part of Mechanical Engineering.

Electrical Engineers:  are concerned with the generation, distribution, use of electrical power, control and instrumentation. They work with equipment that produces and distributes electricity such as generators, transmission lines, transformers, lighting and wiring in buildings. They design electric motors, machinery and ignition systems which are required by automobiles, aircrafts and all kinds of motorized vehicles and equipment’s.

Automobile Engineers: are concerned with the design, development, repair and manufacture of automobiles. They may also specialize in automobile design
Biomedical Engineers are scientists who using the principles of engineering and life sciences conduct research on the biological aspects of human and animal life. The products biomedical engineers have invented have revolutionized the field of medicine. Some examples are the artificial heart and other artificial organs, prosthetics (artificial limbs), use of lasers in surgery, cryosurgery, ultrasonic and the use of computers in diagnosis

 Ceramic Engineers: deal with inorganic and non-metallic materials used in industrial applications. They carry out research, design machinery and processing methods and develop new ceramic materials and products

Computer Engineers: design, manufacture, and maintain computer hardware and computer based information and control systems

Environmental Engineers: use knowledge from several disciplines to protect the quality of the human environment – its air, water and land. This field embraces a wide field, from the ocean depths where marine resources must be preserved to the depletion of ozone layers in the upper atmosphere which poses a threat to life on earth

Electronic Engineers: are concerned with electronic components, integrated circuits and microprocessors. They design, fabricate, test, maintain and supervise  the manufacture of electronic equipment’s
Energy Engineers are concerned with the use , production, distribution, conversion and conservation of energy

Industrial Engineers: work in manufacturing or industrial production. Choosing machinery and equipment’s, planning industrial layout, organization of assembly line , quality control, distribution and inventory control is devised by industrial engineers
Instrumentation (Production) Engineers design, construct and maintain instruments and instrumentation units required for industrial processes

Marine Engineers: design, research, survey, install and maintain marine vessels of all types and sizes. The job of running, maintenance and repair of engine rooms of sailing vessels both merchant and navy is carried out by marine engineers. Marine engineers also work as shore engineers to install , maintain equipment’s used during loading and unloading of cargo and other dock machinery
Metallurgical and Materials Engineers develop new types of metal alloys. Metallurgical engineers work in chemical, physical or mechanical metallurgy. Material engineers develop materials according to specifications and test and evaluate them

Mining Engineers: are involved with the location, extraction, and preparation of minerals used in manufacturing industries. They design underground and open pit mines, supervise the construction of mine shafts and tunnels in underground operations and devise methods for transporting minerals to processing plants. They work with geologists, metallurgists, on reclamation projects as well as in projects related to water and air pollution

Telecommunication Engineers: deal with communication systems e.g. cables, radio, satellite, communications, TV, Radar, navigational communications equipment, all types of information and transmission networks

Microelectronics engineers: are involved in the design, development, fabrication and testing of new electronic circuitry. Modern electronic circuits are built on printed circuit or hybrid boards carrying the latest in chip technology. Microelectronics engineers undertaking the logic design, often work together with software engineers who write the software. This process needs careful planning to decide which function will be achieved through the hardware

Nuclear engineers: conduct research on nuclear energy and radiation. They design , develop monitor, and operate nuclear power plants used to generate electricity. They may work on nuclear fuel cycle,- production, handling, and use of nuclear fuel and the safe disposal of waste produced by nuclear energy- or on fusion energy. Nuclear engineers  specialize in the development of nuclear weapons or in industrial and medical uses of radioactive materials e.g. equipment to help diagnose and treat medical problems

Employment Opportunities:

Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering – Hindustan Aeronautics Limited employs aerospace engineers. Employment in research and development is offered by the Defence Services DRDO for missile development, Indian Space Research Organization, government laboratories and organizations concerned with the aviation industry, i.e., Air India, Indian Air Lines etc.

Agricultural Engineering – Central and State Government Departments of agriculture and agricultural engineering, agro industries, minor irrigation corporations, agricultural machinery manufacturing organizations, tea gardens, National Seeds Corporation, Food Corporation of India, National Dairy Development Board, Dairy and Food Industries, Nationalized Banks, Agricultural Financial Organizations, Agricultural Research Organizations, Agricultural universities and voluntary organizations employ agricultural engineers.

Automobile Engineering – Automobile manufacturing industries, defense services offer employment.
Biomedical Engineering – Biomedical engineers are researchers and hence they work in laboratories to research, design and fabricate materials used in medical diagnosis and treatment.
Ceramic Engineering – Glass, cement, electronic, ceramic, electrical industries employ ceramic engineers. Besides specific engineering opportunities ceramic engineers also work in research  in industries dealing with ceramic equipment and products.

Chemical Engineering – The application of chemical engineering is in diverse industries – e.g. in industries manufacturing paints, dyes, varnishes, drugs, acids, petroleum, fertilizers, foods, dairy products. They may work in textile or plastic industry or even in glass or rubber industry. The application of this branch is extensive.

Civil Engineering – Civil engineers are employed in the public and private sectors in large numbers in all branches of design, construction, maintenance of roads, highways, bridges, dams, canals, docks, airports, housing complexes and in environment management etc.

Environmental Engineering – Environmental engineers are required by government and industry both to monitor and control ongoing pollution and to anticipate and deal with the likely impact on the environment of proposed new projects – whether it be the construction of a new dam, a hotel or an industrial unit. Environmental Engineers are employed with industries dealing with recycled products and waste management.

Electrical Engineering – Electrical engineers find employment with organizations dealing with generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical energy. They work in the manufacturing industry, design electrical machinery and equipment, and oversee their operation. They are employed in high powered electrical generating stations, design and construction of power plants, and in industries manufacturing industrial machinery.

Electronic Engineering – Electronic engineers are employed in industries manufacturing electronic equipment, research and development, and in places where electronic equipment’s are extensively used, e.g. television and radio, aerospace industry, automobile industry, computer based industries. Marketing and sales jobs for electronic products are another option. Electronic engineers who specialize in biomedical equipment find employment with bio engineering industries.

Energy Engineering – Energy engineers find opportunities in major industries and organizations concerned with research and development.

Industrial Engineering – Industrial engineers find employment with production industries particularly where the concern is plant efficiency, cost effective operating methods  and quality control.
Instrumentation/Production Engineering – The demand for instrumentation engineer comes from user industries such as steel, chemical, fertilizer, refineries, power industry etc. as well as from research and development organization, of defense, government and private sector.
Mechanical Engineering – Mechanical engineers are employed in almost every sector of the industry. Some of the largest areas of employment are machine tools, railway engineering, aerospace, the automobile industry and power plants.

Metallurgical Engineering – Metallurgists are employed in research laboratories, industries and plants extracting and processing metals like iron and steel, nickel, tin, copper, zinc, aluminum and brass etc., in metallurgical industries like Foundries and rolling mills, in fabrication industries.
Microelectronic Engineering – The main areas of work are in aerospace, including aircraft, satellites, space systems, guided weapons; computers, information technology, and telecommunications; consumer electronics, such as washing machines and microwave ovens; medical electronics for use in diagnosis, monitoring and care of patients; etc.

Nuclear Engineering – Nuclear engineers work primarily in research. Nuclear engineers also find employment in nuclear power plants, defense and nuclear installations, with defense manufacturers, or with nuclear power equipment manufacturers.

Mining engineering – Mining engineers are employed as engineers in mines, minerals development corporation and mining departments of the union and state governments.
Telecommunication Engineering – Telecommunication engineers work with the defense services, in the broadcasting sector, electronic/mass communication sector, with the Government as well as with the manufacturing industry.

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