Best Engineering Courses & Branches

The number of Engineering branches have increased much in the last 10 years. There are so many new branches of Engineering being introduced that students are confused about which one to select! But what about the top Engineering branches? Wait, we will get to that point soon. The standard of Engineering graduates who pass out each year has also decreased substantially. This is due to the increased number of private Engineering colleges and increased number of seats.engineers everywhere!

Many of the Engineering graduates I know don’t even know to speak English properly. Many of them don’t know how to write a letter or application. It is funny how they pronounce certain words. You might be thinking why I’m telling all this stuff, which is not related to top 5 Engineering branches. Well, just look at the sorry state of our education.

Nowadays, just having an Engineering degree doesn’t guarantee you a job (with decent salary)! Look at those IT graduates who passed out from average ranked colleges. Many of them are still unemployed. They are forced to take up low salary jobs. Why does this happen? Well, they selected the wrong college and the wrong course. Yes, selecting the wrong Engineering course can land you in serious trouble. Now, if you have a degree in IT Engineering from a reputed college, you may easily bag a good job. But is different when it comes to average ranked colleges.

So, it becomes necessary to choose the best Engineering branch if you can’t make it to a premier college. This list is all about the top 5 Engineering branches available in India. If you want guaranteed job after graduation, then you must make sure that the course which you select is among the top and the best ones.

Here are the top 5 branches of Engineering. The list is in no particular order. I’ve formed this list after discussing with Engineering graduates of various branches from different colleges (top institutes to bakwaas ones). Go through the list:

1 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

We are talking about the classic ‘Electrical Engineering’ here. This branch is one of the ‘Core Branches’ of Engineering. The course is tough and requires hard-work to score good marks. Most of the Engineering colleges in India offers this course. A new course based on Electrical Engineering has been introduced now. It is called Electrical and Electronics Engineering. It is also a good course.

Some of the important topics covered in this subject are- Engineering Mathematics, Electrical Machine Design, Power Systems, Control Theory, Power Electronics, Micro Controllers, Electromagnetism, Safety Management and Power Utilization. Along with theory classes, there also will be practical sessions. Lab sessions associated with this course are as important as the theory part!

After completing Undergraduate level B.E./B.Tech. Electrical Engineering program, graduates may go for PG technical course of M.E./M.Tech. Electrical Engineering. Various specializations are available, when it comes to the Master’s program! MBA is another top choice among graduates. Graduates may also go for short term technical courses such as wiring/piping technology. Such short term courses are job and industry oriented.

When it comes to job opportunities, this branch is an ‘evergreen branch’. It means that you will easily get jobs after graduating. Most of the big industries require Electrical Engineers. Government job opportunities are also excellent, when it comes to Electrical Engineering branch! So, this is a top course to pursue. Let us take a look at job types available in front of graduates-

  • Electrical Engineer
  • Plant Supervisor
  • Chief Engineer
  • Project Engineer
  • Consultant
  • Machine Designer

Private and Government organizations are known to be prime recruiters of Electrical Engineers. Some of them are-

  • BHEL
  • ONGC
  • DRDO
  • Indian Armed Forces
  • Panasonic
  • Godrej
  • Philips
  • TCS
  • Reliance Industries
  • Essar
  • Power Plants

2 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Again a member of the ‘core branch’ of engineering. Mechanical engineers are required by almost all the industries. So, the job prospects after graduation are excellent and thus this branch is also an ‘evergreen branch’.

Almost all of the Engineering colleges in India offer this course. A new course named Mechatronics Engineering has been introduced. It comprises of elements of both Mechanical and Electronics Engineering. This is also a top branch.

Mechanical Engineering covers topics such as- Engineering Mathematics, Physics, Fluid Mechanics, Dynamics of Machine, Theory of Machine, Material Science, Boilers, IC Engine, Machine Design, Product Design, Production Engineering, Industrial Drafting, Quality Engineering, Thermodynamics, Kinematics of Machine, Electrical Machine and Management. Workshop sessions are as important as the theory sessions, when it comes to Mechanical Engineering.

After completing Undergraduate level program, graduates may go for advanced PG courses such as M.Tech. Automobile Engineering, M.Tech. Production Engineering, M.Tech. Industrial Engineering etc. Other than such technical courses, management course like MBA is also popular among graduates. Short term technical courses like CADD and Piping can also be pursued by graduates. Graduates may also build a career in the Merchant Navy sector by taking up relevant Maritime courses after graduation!

Talking about job opportunities, the branch of Mechanical Engineering won’t disappoint you much! It is an evergreen branch of engineering. Ample amount of Government and Private job opportunities are available in front of graduates. Some common job types found in India are-

  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Quality Control Engineer
  • Production Engineer
  • Machine Design Specialist
  • Industrial Drafting Specialist
  • CAD Specialist

Government organizations and Private firms are known to recruit Mechanical Engineering graduates. Some well known recruiters are-

  • TATA Motors
  • Indian Raliways
  • BHEL
  • DRDO
  • HAL
  • Reliance Industries
  • JBM Auto
  • Ford India
  • Mahindra & Mahindra
  • Panasonic
  • AMW
  • Indian Armed Forces
  • BKT Tires

3 CIVIL ENGINEERING

A very important branch of Engineering and one of the ‘core branches’. Job prospects after graduation are excellent. There are jobs available in both private sector and government sector.

Civil Engineering covers topics such as Engineering Mathematics, Physics, Town & City Planning, Geo technical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Structural Design, Earthquake Engineering, Maintenance of Structures, Restoration of Structures, Irrigation Engineering, Disaster Assessment & Management, Surveying (Basic and Advanced), Concrete Technology and Computer Aided Design and Planning.

On completion of the Undergraduate level Civil Engineering program, graduates may go for various Master’s (M.Tech.) programs and specialize in promising disciplines. Some of the popular Master’s programs in India are- M.Tech. Civil Engineering, M.Tech. Geo technical Engineering, M.Tech. Coastal Structures and Port Engineering, M.Tech. Airport Engineering, M.Tech. Irrigation and Water Resource Engineering, M.Tech. Computer Aided Structural Engineering, M.Tech. Environmental Engineering, M.Tech. Structural Engineering and M.Tech. Environmental Engineering. Other than the above mentioned 2 years long Master’s courses, graduates may also go for short term courses such as- piping technology, CADD, wiring technology etc. Management course of MBA is also a popular choice among Indian Civil Engineering graduates.

Talking about job opportunities and career prospects, some of the common job types available in front of Civil Engineering graduates are-

  • Civil Engineer
  • Chief Engineer
  • Site Engineer
  • Chief Planning Engineer
  • Site Supervisor
  • Consultant
  • Resource Management Officer

Ample amount of Government and Private job opportunities are present in front of Graduates. Some of the well known recruiters and areas of employment are-

  • PWD
  • State wise Municipal Corporations
  • Town Planning Commission
  • Realty firms
  • Infrastructure management firms
  • Ports
  • NGOs
  • Reliance Industries
  • Essar
  • ONGC
  • Indian Railways
  • NHAI
  • L&T
  • TATA Realty and Infrastructure

If you are talented enough and have sound management skills, you may also startup your own business venture too. With enough startup capital, one may start own consultancy or realty developing venture. If you are not interested in drawing plans and sketches, then this course is not for you!

Almost all colleges in India offer this course.

4 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL (IC) ENGINEERING

Compared to other courses and branches, few colleges offer this course in India. This has resulted in a deficiency of IC graduates. The demand for IC Engineers is high but the supply is not enough. The job prospects are very good and the pay is also great.

IC Engineering covers topics like Automation, Control Systems, Engineering Mathematics, Robotics, Electronics, Electrical Systems, Sensors, Logical Controllers, Programming and Software.

After completion of Undergraduate level course, graduates may go for the PG course of M.Tech. Some well known Master’s programs available in India are- M.Tech. Instrumentation, M.Tech. Process Control and Instrumentation and M.Tech. Instrumentation and Control. Other than the 2 years long Master’s courses mentioned above, there also exists short term technical courses. Some such technical courses are- robotics, programming controllers and study of various software. Other than the technical courses mentioned above, graduates also go for management course- MBA!

When it comes to the field of Instrumentation and Control, some of the well known job profiles available after graduation are-

  • Automation Engineer
  • IC Engineer
  • Programmer
  • Machine Designer
  • Automation Unit Supervisor
  • Independent Software developer
  • Data Analyst

Companies like Reliance, TATA consultancy recruits IC graduates each year consistently. Wherever there is Automation and Hydraulics involved, IC Engineers will be able to find a job in that Industry/Plant! Also, IC Engineers may independently develop Software and thus become self employed!

5 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Again, this course, when compared with other branches and courses is offered by fewer number of colleges. It is an ‘Evergreen branch’, when it comes to job availability.

Chemical Engineering program covers the following topics- Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Fluid Mechanics, Biochemistry, Thermodynamics, Safety Technology, Process Control, Petrochemicals, Fertilizers, Chemical reaction Engineering, Equipment Design, Chemical processes and Chemical plant design.

After course completion, graduates may go for M.Tech. (Master’s) program and specialize in a particular discipline. Some such specializations are- Nanotechnology, Biochemistry, Chemical Synthesis, Petrochemicals and Fertilizers. Let us take a look at some of the well known job profiles available in front of graduates-

  • Chemical Engineer
  • Chief Engineer
  • Plant Manager
  • Plant Designer
  • Safety Officer
  • Resource Manager

It is being said that the branch is tough and requires hard-work to score good marks. Mastering Organic and Inorganic Chemistry could be tough, dealing with the task of balancing Chemical reactions could be tricky. But after Graduation, bright Graduates will be able to land high salary jobs at different Industries like- Chemical, Refining, Food Processing and Pharmaceutical Sectors! Not only private sector, Graduates will also be able to find jobs at Public sector giants such as ONGC, FACT, OIL etc! Sectors where graduates will find employment-

  • Refineries
  • Chemical plants
  • Food Processing units
  • Fertilizer manufacturing units
  • Oil & Natural gas plants
  • Power plants
  • Pharmaceutical units

Hope you liked our list of top Engineering branches. This list has been prepared keeping in mind the job prospects of a student after graduating. Many engineering graduates from different colleges ( top colleges, average colleges and below average colleges) and different branches/courses (almost all the branches available in India) were interviewed online. This list of top courses has been prepared based on their insights. Now it is time to revise this list and add more entries to it. Here are some more promising Engineering branches-

NEW JOB ORIENTED ENGINEERING BRANCHES (2016 UPDATE)-

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They say that to stay ahead of competitors in the job market, one should act smart right from college days. I say that one has to take smart decisions even before choosing an Engineering branch! For example, have you guys even thought about the immense saturation that Engineering field has been undergoing?

If you haven’t given it much thought, do think about it now. As I told before, the increase in number of colleges has increased competition in the job market by pumping up the numbers of Engineering graduates.

The smartest way to stay ahead of the crowd is by getting admission in a premier Institute! Some of us manage to accomplish that task. But the vast majority of above average, average and below average students end up in mediocre and low quality institutes.

Another way around is to have sublime skills and passion about that particular field of Engineering. Take for example the stories of illustrious College dropouts like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg etc. They were talented and skillful, so, college Degree didn’t mattered at all to them! If you belong to the same mould as them, worry not about the college!

But the most practical solution, in case of mediocre students is to select the Engineering branch to pursue wisely! The key is to select a less saturated branch. A branch that promises good job opportunities and less competition by the time you graduate!

I’ve assembled a list of Engineering branches that are very less saturated. A good number of them are related to Agriculture field. They are less opted by students and less popular. But job opportunities are available in abundance in both Government and Private sector, when it comes to these branches. Let’s start the list-

6 B Tech in Dairy Technology

Dairy farm

Technology has advanced so much that the field of Dairy Sciences has been given an Engineering branch of its own! This branch deals with various aspects related to the dairy industry. Some of those aspects are- producing milk, processing it, machinery associated with it, transportation, innovating the processes, dealing with the by products, enhancing productivity, improving scientific involvement etc.

Topics covered in this course are- Dairy development, Dairy products, Organic Chemistry, Food Engineering, Quality Control and Assurance, Dairy Engineering, Animal Husbandry, Marketing, Dairy Plant design and maintenance, Dairy Plant operations management, Dairy products distribution, Food Science and Nutrition, Microbiology, Milk Management, Biotechnology, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning and Dairy Machinery.

After graduation, one may go for M.Tech. program or take up management course. These options are for those who are interested in advanced studies. For those looking for employment, the following sectors will be of help-

  • State wise Food Boards
  • State wise Dairy Development Boards
  • Food Processing units
  • Private Dairy processing firms
  • Dairy farms
  • Banks (specializing in loans for farmers)
  • Dairy machinery manufacturing firms
  • Research firms

Job profiles related to this field are-

  • Dairy Engineer
  • Dairy Plant supervisor
  • Quality Control Officer
  • Resource Manager
  • Logistics Officer
  • Machine Designer
  • Research Engineer

7 B Tech in Agricultural Engineering

agriculture

This branch is all about merging Engineering and Agriculture to boost agricultural productivity and to enhance the existing processes, methods etc associated with farming. In a nutshell, it is associated with improving farming practices taking the help of Engineering. Studying M Tech and specializing in any niche within the field of Agriculture will prove to be of use! This will open doors that will lead you to the high salary paying R&D sector. Abroad, there is great demand for qualified R&D professionals who are familiar with this field.

Important topics covered in this course are- Chemistry, Irrigation Engineering, Soil Science, Water resource management, Agricultural Machinery, Energy sources, Product preservation, Product transportation, Land surveying and leveling, Biology, Food storage and marketing.

After completion of the course, relevant agricultural M.Tech. programs are available. Graduates may also go for management courses (MBA is the popular choice among graduates). Job profiles are-

  • Agricultural Engineer
  • Research Engineer
  • Purchase Manager
  • Logistics Officer
  • Resource Manager
  • Farm/Plantation Manager

Job opportunities are available in the Government as well as Private sector. Some popular areas of employment are-

  • State wise Food Boards
  • Food Processing plants
  • Private farms and plantations
  • Agricultural Machinery manufacturing firms
  • Fertilizer firms

8 B Tech in Food Processing Technology

Packed food

Many students give this branch less importance. They think that this field is not a ‘real Engineering’ branch. They give it less respect, if you ask me. But think again, Food Processing is a booming industry. Food is one of man’s basic necessities. As long as there is human life existent on this planet, there will be a demand for food and food processing experts! Graduates can easily land Government jobs as well as private jobs in Food Processing and Manufacturing Companies.

Important subjects present in this program are- Food Microbiology, Food Equipment, Formulation of food, Food Engineering operations, Technology of grains, Packaging technology, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Food Preservation, Food Biochemistry, Food Quality Assurance, Storage Engineering and Flavor Technology.

Well known job profiles available in front of graduates are-

  • Quality Assurance Officer
  • Storage specialist
  • Logistics Officer
  • Plant Supervisor
  • Machine Designer
  • Research Engineer

Some of the well known areas of employment are-

  • State wise Food Boards
  • Food processing units
  • Packaging units
  • Logistics companies
  • Research firms
  • Food Industry Equipment manufacturing firms

9 B Tech in Agricultural Information Technology

Technology

This one is a revolutionary branch of Engineering, I must say that out loud! Just think about the productivity boost that the field of Agriculture will have when it gets the added power of Information Technology! This course is all about creating professionals who will do just that! A good course, with very good job scope! Well, this field has not hit its peak in India. But in the near future, it will bloom and provide much more job opportunities to Graduates.

Job profiles related to this field are-

  • Research Engineer
  • Information Technology Officer
  • Data Analyst
  • Data Scientist
  • Agricultural Officer

Agricultural Information Technology is a relatively new field. Job opportunities are limited to Government sector jobs and research related jobs. With time, more job opportunities will be generated!

10 B Tech in Dairy and Food Technology

Dairy farm

Again a cow!

From the name itself, one can make out that this branch is a combination of previous two entries- Dairy Technology and Food Processing and Technology. Going for this course means that you will get best of both the worlds!

Areas of employment are-

  • State wise Food Boards
  • State wise Dairy Development Boards
  • Food Processing units
  • Private Dairy processing firms
  • Dairy farms
  • Banks (specializing in loans for farmers)
  • Dairy machinery manufacturing firms
  • Research firms

Job profiles related to this field are-

  • Dairy Engineer
  • Dairy Plant supervisor
  • Quality Control Officer
  • Resource Manager
  • Logistics Officer
  • Machine Designer
  • Research Engineer

11 B Tech in Renewable Energy and Environmental Engineering

wind Energy

The World is running out of non renewable sources of energy. Plus, the non renewable energy sources are messing up our environment, harming us! This is when renewable energy sources comes handy. Mankind is now investing lots of efforts towards researching and making use of such renewable sources of energy. This field of Engineering also points towards that direction. Environmental Engineering graduates easily gets hired by MNCs, Government departments, NGOs etc. After Graduation, going for Law Education (focusing on Environmental Law) will add value to your CV as well as skill set!

12 B Tech in Construction Technology

excavator at construction site

An awesome 5 year long course that is taught in CEPT (Center for Environmental Planning and Technology) University. This branch has got elements of Civil Engineering, but it can’t be compared to traditional Civil Engineering branch. Some of the elements of this course are- structural engineering, construction management, environmental engineering etc. In a nutshell, this branch is more than just Civil Engg! The job opportunities are exciting, with big MNCs waiting for graduates and hiring them as soon as they complete the course!

Well known recruiters and areas of employment are-

  • Realty firms
  • Infrastructure management firms
  • Ports
  • NGOs
  • Reliance Industries
  • Essar
  • ONGC
  • Indian Railways
  • NHAI
  • L&T
  • TATA Realty and Infrastructure

Many readers have been asking me to update this list. They want to know more about new and much more exciting Engineering Branches. I won’t be delving deep into technical details about the streams and disciplines, but I’ve decided to list down some good and job oriented Engineering Branches. Here they are-

All of the above mentioned Engineering courses are just like the traditional programs- they last 4 years. In case of some Branches like Genetic, Biomedical and Biotechnology Engineering, both Mathematics and Biology Group (in 12th Science) students are eligible to pursue them! To an extent, getting a job after completing the course will depend on the grades the Graduate has attained and the profile of the Institute from which he/she is passing out! In short, the Engineering discipline that you choose won’t alone decide your career path. There are also other factors that contribute to it.

 

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