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Let's Make The Engineering Course Easy And Understandable For You

In India, we have over 80 to 90% of the young population pursuing either medical or engineering. Engineering courses are considered a very noble profession. You will find at least one engineer in the Indian family. Even today, some families connect their child's engineering degree with their family's pride. So overall scenario is that engineering is the most sought course among science stream pass-out.

Engineering courses are a variety of applications of science and technology, mathematics, innovation and research, discovery and many experiments. The engineering students are constantly surrounded by the hardware, software, machines, structure, system and processor, coding etc. Indeed, engineering courses are exciting. Let us dive more deeply into the engineering course.

Why there is a craze, or is it most sought after for engineering courses?

  • The students who have opted for PCM, i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Maths, are primarily interested in Engineering courses.
  • According to the survey report conducted by All India Survey Education (AISHE) under the Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD)2019-2020, a total of 21.48 Lakhs enrolled for B. Tech and 14.9 lakh for Bachelor of Engineering (B.E).
  • Out of the above data, 71.5% are male, and 28.5% are female, selecting engineering courses as their career path.
  • According to the report, engineering is one of the six significant disciplines in India, where students are mainly enrolled.
  • The statistic released by AICTE for the year 2021-22, the total engineering universities in India are 5917, and the total intake capacity is 23,61,753 students.
  • Engineering courses offer a variety of specializations or concentrations.
  • After completion of the degree, the candidate can earn a good package in the industry,
Specializations or concentrations in Engineering courses: Engineering courses offer a variety of specialization or concentrations by the colleges/ engineering institutes/ universities in India. Students can opt for any course or field in which he or she is interested. Few specializations are enlisted below of Engineering courses.

Aeronautical Engineering Industrial Engineering
Industrial Engineering Marine Engineering
Mechanical Engineering Mining Engineering
Aerospace Engineering Mechatronics Engineering
Marine Engineering Metallurgical Engineering
Automobile Engineering Petroleum Engineering
Mechanical Engineering Power Engineering
Transportation Engineering Production Engineering
Biomedical Engineering Robotics Engineering
Mechatronics Engineering Structural Engineering
Telecommunication Engineering Tool Engineering
Biotechnology Engineering Textile Engineering
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Top 5 specialization of Engineering courses The Ministry of Human Resources and Development stated below that in the MHRD's AISHE report below listed are the top 5 specialization students have enrolled most in Engineering course:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
Enrollments per year for the Engineering course:
The approximate enrollment data in the particular top 5 engineering courses are:
  • For Electrical Engineering total of 4.18 Lakh, students get enrolled
  • For Mechanical Engineering total of 8.8 Lakh, students get enrolled
  • For Electronics Engineering total of 6.5 Lakh, students get enrolled.
  • For a Civil Engineering total of 5.9 Lakh, students get enrolled.
  • For a Computer Engineering total of 8.3 Lakh, students get enrolled.
This is the minimum data for enrollment of students in the engineering courses.

Detailed analysis of the specialization of Engineering courses:
  • Electrical Engineering

    Electrical Engineering Undergraduates who wish to pursue an engineering degree should expect to study circuits, electricity, and magnetism during their math and physics courses. Furthermore, in later years, electrical engineering students will elect a subject for their major in the discipline. Significant electives include computer hardware engineering, power plant engineering, and computer engineering. A wide variety of jobs are available for electrical engineers in today's workplace. Maintaining power grids around the world and overseeing electronics research and development are their responsibilities. Electrical engineers and physicists invented a GPS (global positioning system), and they are still involved in the creation of new devices to complement modern GPS.

  • Mechanical Engineering

    The study of mechanical engineering involves understanding how heavy machinery and tools work. Automobiles, electric motors, aircraft, and other heavy machinery are among the subjects you will study in a mechanical engineering program. Mechanical engineers design everything from batteries to computers, air conditioners, automobile engines, and electric power plants. These engineers design innovations as well as create machines to make them. We are affected in one way or another by mechanical engineering every day, both in India and abroad.

  • Electronics Engineering

    Electronics Engineering studies and utilizes nonlinear and active electrical components to design electronic circuits, devices, integrated circuits, and systems. Among its components are electronic circuits, devices, and equipment systems. While working in Electronics Engineering, you need to be creative.

  • Civil Engineering

    In India, which is continually developing, there are many opportunities for civil engineers, especially with significant budgets allocated toward public infrastructure development. Civil Engineering is a course that deals with developing the practical skills required to plan, design and execute the construction of public infrastructure. The Civil Engineering course involves planning, designing, constructing, maintaining and supervising infrastructures, including roads, bridges, tunnels, schools, hospitals, airports, sewage systems, water treatment facilities, sewage systems, and other buildings essential to modern life.

  • Computer Engineering

    A computer engineer creates new computer hardware and software, updates outdated equipment so it can run new software, and creates new computer software. In addition to developing manufacturing processes and testing software, they also design designs for various domains. Computing systems and their integration into a larger picture are the focus of this branch of engineering.

Why join ITM Vocational University, Vadodara, for an engineering course?

The ITM Vocational University, Vadodara, Was Founded In 2014 with A Legacy Of 30 Years of ITM GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS. The institute is richly equipped with all the latest technologies and a well-designed classroom for its students. The institute has been rewarded as:
  1. 1. Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee Award for Innovation to ITM Vocational Universityfor Project-based active learning pedagogy from Rethink India Foundation, New Delhi
  2. 2. Acknowledged as Futuristic Higher Educational Institutions of India by Rethink India Foundation
  3. 3. Token of appreciation from IIT Kanpur for participating in Techno cruise, Techkriti.
The university offers a Bachelor Of Technology (B.Tech) for four years in different specializations or concentrations. Furthermore, we deliver Integrated BTech for six years with different specializations. There are distinct eligibility requirements for both courses. Even the institute offer Master Of Technology (M.Tech) for a period of 2 years. There are many more engineering courses offered by the institute with their scholarship program so to help students with finance. To get an clear idea about the course and various scholarship benefits please click the institution website given below:

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