Bachelor Of Technology (B.Tech)
If you have a question “How to Become an Engineer“? Then, this article will definitely answers your all question.
Let’s introduce the term B.Tech…
In India, Bachelor of Technology degree is a professional engineering undergraduate degree awarded after completion of four years of academic study in engineering field. It is offered in many disciplines .
In simple words, we can say that “B.Tech is that UG course after which you can become an engineer”.
Bachelor of Technology is also known as Bachelor of Engineering (B.E) in many institutions. Study curriculum is same for both B.Tech and B.E. so don’t be confused in names.
The term engineering comes from Latin word Ingenium means ‘Cleverness and Ingeniare means ‘to create’.
There is a huge craze among the young students for engineering. Mostly science stream students want to become engineer and opt B.Tech after the completion of 12th.
What designation will be provided after B.Tech?
One who have successfully completed B.Tech degree in any of its discipline will be designated as “Engineer”. If you are specialized in computer science and engineering then, your job title will be ‘Software Engineer‘, those specialized in civil engineering will be titled as “Civil Engineer”.
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The Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) is the 4 year full-time undergraduate course leading to the engineering degree. The duration of undergraduate engineering course varies from country to country. Many colleges/Universities of India offers B.Tech programme in various disciplines.
Students as per his/her interest can be specialized in the following B.Tech disciplines:
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Information Technology
- Electronics and Communication Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Petroleum Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Aerospace Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Aeronautical Engineering
Apart from aforementioned disciplines, there are many other disciplines available in this field. To get the title of ‘engineer’, you have to complete your academic education in any one of the above disciplines. After getting Bachelor of Technology degree, students can further specialized in these disciplines of engineering by pursuing M.Tech course.
Which are the best colleges for pursuing B.Tech?
Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and National Institute of Technology (NITs) are the top public institutions that offers engineering courses. There are 23 IITs and 31 NITs situated across the country. If you want to pursue B.Tech from these colleges then you have to appear the engineering entrance exams. Many other institutions/Universities apart from these also offers engineering education.
Some best B.Tech colleges are listed below:
- Indian school of Mines, Dhanbad
- Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra
- SRM University, Chennai
- Manipal Institute of Technology
- Dehradun Institute of Technology, dehradun
- Petroleum University, Dehradun
If you want to take admission in IITs or NITs then, you have to clear the entrance examination namely JEE Advanced 2020 that is the second stage of JEE Main. All institutions grant admission to its B.Tech programme through JEE Main 2020. It is mandatory for the B.Tech aspirants to appear JEE Main for taking admission.
Some states also conducts their own entrance test for granting admission like BCECE 2020 for admission to B.Tech in Bihar state, TS EAMCET 2020 for Telangana state, JCECE 2020 for Jharkhand state, etc.
List of entrance exams for B.Tech:
- JEE Main 2020
- JEE Advanced 2020
- BITSAT 2020
- KEAM 2020
- CG PET 2020
- Assam CEE 2020
- JCECE 2020
- BCECE 2020
- TS EAMCET 2020
- AP EAMCET 2020
Jobs & Career Scope
After B.Tech what can I do? – This is the question comes in everyone mind who is either pursuing B.Tech or is going to pursue B.Tech.
If you are interested to study more in this field then you can go for higher studies. You have the option to purse M.Tech after B.Tech. Master of Technology (M.Tech) is the advancement in this field through which you are particularly specialized in one area. Some candidates also choose MBA after B.Tech. One can also opt teaching field and become professor after M.Tech.
Candidates can also pursue higher studies along with job. They can pursue courses in distance mode as many Universities in India offers distance education. It will not adds value to your academic qualification but also helps you to secure good position in an organization.
After M.Tech, one can also enter in research field by pursuing Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in related discipline.
If you have the capability to open your company then you can go for it and became an entrepreneur. Nowadays, many talented graduates in engineering are working on their own startup.
If talking about job then, career scope is really good in this field. Depending upon your skills and knowledge, you will get the job.
In India, there are many private companies that recruits a large number of engineers every year. Jobs availability is not only in private sectors but public sector organizations also recruits engineers.
- Tata Motors
In this field, salary completely depends upon experience. once you gain experience, salary is beyond expectation.
Starting salary of an engineering graduate will be Rs 20,000 to 30,000 per month. After earning experience, you may get the handsome salary in this field. Remuneration of an experienced graduates will be 5 lacs to 10+ lacs per annum depending upon organization you are working for.
Engineers are also demanded in abroad countries with attractive salary package.
Books & Study Materials
There are many books available in market for study engineering. You can buy books as per your specialization. Every discipline has its separate book. Online resources are also available for the preparation. Here we have listed some of the best books for B.tech.
- Fundamentals of Software Engineering by Rajib Mall
- Digital Integrated Electronics by H. Taub and D. Schilling
- Control Engineering by Derek P. Atherton
- CAD-CAM & Rapid prototyping Application Evaluation by Miltiadis A. Boboulos
- Introduction to Polymer Science and Technology by Mustafa Akay
- Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering by S. Sukhija
- Power System Analysis by T.K. Nagsarkar
- A First Course in Electrical and Computer Engineering by Louis Scharf
- Automated Manufacturing Systems with PLCs by Hugh Jack
- Basics of Civil Engineering – (Author – Subhash Chander)
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