Sunday, 29 December 2019

Top engineering courses to look for in 2020

It is said that engineering is not just a degree, but a way of thinking. Even though the number of engineers has proliferated over recent years, the demand for good engineers is always constant. To ensure a good career in engineering, it is very important to choose the right engineering course and college.

Although numerous new specializations have emerged in engineering, it is important to know the best engineering courses. Now that 2019 is coming to an end, it is time to plan which of the engineering courses you want to apply for on the basis of your interest.

Following are some of the top engineering courses that you must consider...

1. Computer Science and Engineering: With the IT industry expanding at a phenomenal pace, the demand for software engineers or experts in the computer science engineering field is expected to maintain an increasing trend. Programming languages, program design, coding, project management are some of the highlights of the computer science and engineering course.

2. The Electronics and Communication Engineering branch of engineering can be exciting for those who are interested in electrical circuits, signs and signal systems, digital gadgets, power electronics etc. The telecommunication, mobile development, and electrical industries are said to progress year after year, hence there is plenty of scopes to build a career in Electronics and Communication Engineering.

3. Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest branches of engineering that exists. It is also one of the most popular choices of engineering specializations, especially among people who are interested in machinery, automobile, product design, manufacturing etc. There is a wide range of mechanical engineering jobs available in the market, including some of the highest paying jobs of the Engineering stream.

4. Electrical Engineering is another branch of engineering that has a wide range of scope in job availability. Graduates of this branch can find themselves employed in some of the largest as well as in successful electrical manufacturing units.

5. Civil Engineering: In a developing country such as India, where there is no shortage of construction projects such as highways, bridges, tunnels, urban spaces and more, an engineering degree in Civil will help you to build up a high earning career.

6. Biotechnology Engineering involves the study of biological organisms and molecules and applying the knowledge and principles learned to improve the quality of life.  

7. Aeronautical Engineering involves principles related to the design of airplanes, space crafts, missile systems, rockets etc. The requirement of a large number of talented aerospace engineers is imminent, especially in the current scenario where air travel is becoming the norm.