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Complete Lists of Engineering Courses after 12th

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Engineering courses after 12th are typical of 4-year durations in India. We also have a few 5-year integrated engineering courses offered by IITs and some other universities (a list of which you will find in the following sections).

You can pursue engineering courses after you’ve completed 12th with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. There are several disciplines of engineering courses that one can pursue after the 12th.

In this post, we will talk about all those disciplines across all possible core engineering courses. The futuristic engineering courses and others that keep you job-ready. Also, we will talk about top colleges (India & world) offering the best courses after 12th science. And the top recruiters, while focusing later on careers following engineering courses.

Engineering courses still stand to be among the most sought-after career choices in India. Even today, programs offering a degree in engineering or technology like a Bachelor of Engineering (BE) or a Bachelor of Technology (B Tech) witness the second highest number (19%) of student enrollments at the undergraduate level.

“It is a great profession. There is the fascination of watching a figment of the imagination emerge through the aid of science to a plan on paper. Then it brings jobs and homes
it elevates the standards of living and adds to the comforts of life. That is the engineer’s high privilege.”

Herbert Hoover, Engineer, Humanitarian, and 31st U.S. President

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Engineering courses after 12th: An Introduction

Undergraduate engineering courses award an academic degree (as in the list below) to you after typically a period of 4 years. They are in any one of the many engineering disciplines as described later in this detailed post.

The academic degrees can be:

  • B.E. / B.E. (Hons)
  • B.Tech./ B.Tech. (Hons)
  • B.Eng.
  • B.S.orB.Sc. (Bachelor of Science) in Engineering/Technology
  • B.E.Sc.: Bachelor of Engineering Science
  • B.A.Sc.: Bachelor of Applied Science (popular overseas)

This is a list of 6 popular Engineering degrees that you may commonly come across. In most countries, the duration is 4 years. However, in the UK and a few European countries, there are options to do a 3-year B.Eng. or similar degree. In India, the 1st two are the most common.

Integrated 5-year Engineering Courses:

In India, these are the options of integrated engineering courses that one can pursue after 12th:

  • Bachelors in Civil Engineering + Masters
  • Bachelors in Electrical And Electronics Engineering + Masters
  • Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering + Masters
  • Bachelors in Electronics And Communications Engineering + Masters
  • Bachelors in Computer Science And Engineering + Masters
  • Dual B. Tech. (Hons) And M. Tech

How do you enroll in these courses?

There are 4 ways to enroll in engineering courses:

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Figure 1: Four ways to enroll into engineering courses after 12th in India.

Engineering Courses: list of 135 Disciplines

Computer science courses after 12th

Here is the list of some of the top computer science courses after 12th, you may consider pursuing: 

  1. Animation And Game Design (Engineering)
  2. Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning
  3. Cloud Computing
  4. Cloud Computing And Information Security
  5. Computer Networks
  6. Computer Networks And Information Security
  7. Computer Science And Engineering
  8. Cryptocurrency And Blockchain Technologies
  9. Data & Information Security
  10. Data Science And Engineering
  11. Information Science And Engineering
  12. Information Technology
  13. Internet of Things
  14. Machine Learning
  15. Mobile Computing And Application Development
  16. Programming And Software Engineering

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

  1. Automotive Electronics
  2. Biomedical Instrumentation And Devices
  3. Communication Engineering
  4. Control Engineering
  5. Digital Electronics
  6. Electrical And Electronics Engineering
  7. Electrical Engineering
  8. Electronics & Communication Engineering
  9. Electronics & Instrumentation
  10. Electronics Engineering
  11. Industrial Electronics
  12. Instrumentation Engineering And Technologies
  13. Power Electronics
  14. Sound Engineering
  15. Telecommunication Engineering
  16. VLSI/Embedded Design Engineering

Manufacturing Engineering and Technologies

  1. Foundry And Forge Technology
  2. Manufacturing Engineering
  3. Mechanical Engineering
  4. Mechatronics Engineering
  5. Welding Engineering

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Civil and Construction Engineering

  1. Civil Engineering
  2. Coastal Engineering
  3. Construction Engineering And Technologies
  4. Environmental Engineering
  5. Geotechnical Engineering
  6. Hydraulics Engineering
  7. Infrastructure Engineering
  8. Municipal And Urban Engineering
  9. Structural Engineering (Civil)
  10. Surveying (Civil)
  11. Transportation Engineering
  12. Water Resources Engineering

Chemical Engineering & Technologies

  1. Cement Technology
  2. Ceramic Engineering And Technologies
  3. Chemical Engineering
  4. Chemical Technologies
  5. Cosmetic Science And Technologies
  6. Dyestuff Technologies
  7. Fibre And Textile Processing Technologies
  8. Leather Technology
  9. Oils, Oleochemicals And Surfactant Technologies
  10. Paints Technologies
  11. Paper And Pulp Technologies
  12. Perfumery And Flavour Technologies
  13. Petrochemical Engineering
  14. Petroleum And Petrochemical Engineering
  15. Petroleum Engineering
  16. Plastic Engineering And Technologies
  17. Polymer Engineering
  18. Rubber Technologies
  19. Surface Coating Technologies
  20. Textile Engineering And Technologies

Automotive Engineering

  1. Automobile Design (Engineering)
  2. Automobile Engineering
  3. Automotive Technologies

Bioengineering

  1. Biochemical Engineering
  2. Biochemical Engineering And Biotechnology
  3. Bioelectrical Engineering
  4. Bioelectronics Engineering
  5. Bioengineering
  6. Biomechanical Engineering
  7. Biomedical Engineering
  8. Bioprocess Technologies
  9. Biotechnology (Engineering)
  10. Clinical Engineering
  11. Food Biotechnology (Engineering)
  12. Food Processing Technologies
  13. Food Technology
  14. Rehabilitation Technologies
  15. Sugar Processing Technology

Agricultural Engineering

  1. Agricultural Biotechnology (Engineering)
  2. Agricultural Engineering
  3. Aquaculture Engineering
  4. Food Engineering
  5. Irrigation Engineering

Aviation and Space Engineering

  1. Aeronautical Engineering
  2. Aerospace Engineering
  3. Aircraft Maintenance Engineering
  4. Astronautical Engineering
  5. Aviation Technologies
  6. Avionics

Dairy Engineering and Technologies

  1. Dairy Engineering
  2. Dairy Technology

Design Engineering

  1. Industrial Design (Engineering)
  2. Product Design (Engineering)

Energy & Power Engineering

  1. Energy Engineering
  2. Nuclear Engineering
  3. Power Engineering

Geological and Geospatial Engineering

  1. Geological Engineering

Industrial Engineering

  1. Industrial And Production Engineering
  2. Production Engineering

Marine & Offshore Engineering

  1. Marine Engineering
  2. Naval Architecture
  3. Naval Architecture And Ocean Engineering
  4. Naval Architecture And Offshore Engineering
  5. Ocean Engineering
  6. Shipbuilding Technologies

Materials and Resources Engineering

  1. Materials Science And Engineering
  2. Metallurgical Engineering
  3. Mineral Engineering
  4. Mining Engineering

Pharmaceutical Technologies and Engineering

  1. Pharmaceutical Technology
  2. Pharmaceuticals And Fine Chemicals
  3. Pharmaceutics And Pharmaceutical Engineering

Intra-disciplinary Engineering and Technologies

  1. Chemical And Electrochemical Engineering
  2. Communication And Computer Engineering
  3. Electrical And Computer Engineering
  4. Electrical And Energy Engineering
  5. Electromechanical Engineering
  6. Electronics And Biomedical Engineering
  7. Electronics And Computer Engineering
  8. Nano Engineering And Nanotechnologies
  9. Robotics

Best Engineering Courses: A few other fields of Engineering and Technologies after 12th 

  1. Fire Engineering And Technologies
  2. Fishery Engineering And Technology
  3. Footwear Engineering And Technology
  4. Packaging Technologies
  5. Printing Engineering

Top 21 Most Prospective engineering courses

There are several sources of information and ranking available. Each one is based upon different criteria. However, according to most expert career counsellors, the following is the list of the 21 most prospective Bachelor of Engineering disciplines (in Alphabetical order):

  1. Aerospace Engineering/Astronautics Engineering
  2. Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning
  3. Bioengineering
  4. Biomedical/Bioelectronics/Biomechanical/Clinical Engineering
  5. Biotechnology/Biochemical Engineering
  6. Chemical Engineering/Chemical Technologies
  7. Civil/Structural/Geotechnical Engineering
  8. Computer Networks And Information Security
  9. Computer Science And Engineering
  10. Green Technology
  11. Data Science And Engineering
  12. Electrical Engineering/Power Engineering/Energy/Renewable Energy Engineering
  13. Electronics/Communication Engineering
  14. Environmental Engineering
  15. Food Engineering/Food Technologies
  16. Industrial Design/Product Design Engineering
  17. Manufacturing Engineering/Mechanical Engineering
  18. Materials Science And Engineering
  19. Mechatronics Engineering
  20. Robotics
  21. Transportation Engineering

25 top Indian Institutes offering the best engineering courses in India

As per the NIRF 2020 ranking, the following is the list of top 25 institutes. They are offering the best engineering courses in India:

  1. Indian Institute of Technology Madras
  2. Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
  3. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
  4. Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
  5. Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
  6. Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
  7. Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
  8. Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad
  9. National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli
  10. Indian Institute of Technology Indore
  11. Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) Varanasi
  12. Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines)
  13. National Institute of Technology Karnataka
  14. Anna University
  15. Vellore Institute of Technology
  16. National Institute of Technology Rourkela
  17. Jadavpur University
  18. Institute of Chemical Technology Mumbai
  19. National Institute of Technology Warangal
  20. Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
  21. Indian Institute of Engineering Science And Technology
  22. Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar
  23. National Institute of Technology Calicut
  24. Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar
  25. Indian Institute of Technology Ropar

25 top global Institutes offering the best engineering courses in the world

As per QS World University Rankings 2021, the following is the list of top 25 global institutes (based upon research output & overall performance). They are offering the best engineering courses in the world:

  1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology – US
  2. Stanford University – US
  3. University of Cambridge – UK
  4. ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Switzerland)
  5. University of California – Berkeley (US)
  6. University of Oxford – UK
  7. Imperial College London – UK
  8. Nanyang Technological University – Singapore
  9. Tsinghua University – China
  10. National University of Singapore
  11. EPFL – Switzerland
  12. Harvard University (US)
  13. Georgia Institute of Technology – US
  14. California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
  15. Delft University of Technology – Netherlands
  16. Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
  17. Carnegie Mellon University – US
  18. The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  19. University of California, Los Angeles – US
  20. Politecnico di Milano – Italy
  21. University of Tokyo – Japan
  22. Peking University (China)
  23. Seoul National University (Korea)
  24. University of Toronto – Canada
  25. Technical University of Munich – Germany

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Figure 2: Top 6 Exciting and futuristic engineering courses after 12th in India

23 Best Engineering courses: Exciting and futuristic engineering/ science disciplines

These futuristic engineering courses will make you ready for ‘the tomorrow’ we are yet to see.

  1. Data Science and Engineering
  2. Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning
  3. Mechatronics Engineering
  4. Robotics
  5. Computational Sciences
  6. Computer Graphics, Augmented And Virtual Reality
  7. Database Management And Analytics
  8. Actuarial Science
  9. Applied Mathematics
  10. Computational Mathematics
  11. Financial Mathematics
  12. Operations Research
  13. Applied Statistics
  14. Industrial Statistics
  15. Quantitative Economics
  16. Cryptocurrency And Blockchain Technologies
  17. Computer Networking
  18. Computer Vision
  19. Cyber Security
  20. Digital Forensics
  21. Bioengineering (you can do even without Biology in class 12th)
  22. Biomedical Engineering (you can do even without Biology in class 12th)
  23. Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology (you can do even without Biology in class 12th)

12 best Engineering courses which will always keep you job-ready

These engineering courses are sure to be leading to the best career options.

  1. Computer Science & Engineering
  2. Electronics And Communication Engineering
  3. Electrical Engineering
  4. Programming And Software Engineering
  5. Energy Engineering
  6. Aerospace Engineering
  7. Embedded Systems And VLSI Design
  8. Fibre optics And Optical Communication Engineering
  9. Nuclear Engineering
  10. Renewable Energy Technology
  11. Green Technology
  12. Geomatics Engineering

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List of 14 Most Common: Public Sector Recruiting Organizations

  1. Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers
  2. Indian Railway Stores Service
  3. Central Electrical And Mechanical Engineering Service (Central Public Works Department)
  4. Indian Naval Armament Service
  5. Indian Telecommunication Service
  6. Geological Survey of India
  7. Border Roads Engineering Service
  8. Central Engineering Service for Roads
  9. Central Power Engineering Service (Central Electricity Authority)
  10. Indian Defense Service of Engineers & Indian Navy
  11. Indian Supply Service (Directorate General of Supply and Disposals)
  12. Corps. of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (EME) And a branch in the Indian Army
  13. Central Water Engineering
  14. Indian Ordnance Factories Service (IOFS)

Engineering courses: 17 Common Private Sector Recruiters from Diff Industry Verticals

  • Internet and IT giants such as Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon Services Inc.,Tencent, etc.
  • Companies which design or develop various microprocessors/ devices for industrial clients or for bulk consumption such as Apple Inc, Samsung Electronics, Oracle, SAP, etc.
  • Automotive and transportation systems manufacturers including aerial flight systems such as Toyota, Tesla, Nuance Automotive, Hyundai etc.
  • Space research and administration organisations such as NASA, ISRO, etc.
  • Fin Tech – Companies which are into the BFSI industry such as financial institutions, investment banking companies or others like YotaScale Inc, Scienaptic Systems, etc.
  • Health Tech –
    • Providers of medical image and technologies for acquiring, processing, managing and storing diagnostic images and related data such as Fujifilm etc.
    • Companies such as MetaMind involved in deep learning networks, image recognition, text analysis and machines to cater to the healthcare sector
    • Healthcare analytic solutions and services companies such as Geneia LLC that focus on improving systems to support personalized, patient-centered care
    • Innovative software solutions companies which design products to protect patient safety, and reduce cost and time of drug development like Covance Inc. etc.
  • Mechanical/ manufacturing sector based enterprises like TATA Group,The Godrej Group, Ashok Leyland, Mahindra & Mahindra etc.
  • Technology / research divisions of Deloitte, Goldman-Sachs, JPMC Cybersecurity & Technology Controls Group.
  • Electrical engineering graduates in similar fields are being absorbed by General Electric Company, Tata Motors, HBL Power Systems etc.
  • Numerous companies which are IT-facing or cloud computing and are innovating in emerging technologies such as blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, healthcare management systems.
  • Several popular enterprises such as Hitachi Analytics, HP, Microsoft, Binance, Sony, Lenovo, Uber, Ola etc.
  • Consumer electronics & communications companies, TV businesses, mobile phone businesses such as TCL Corporation, Haier, Panasonic, Sharp, LG Electronics, etc.
  • Other IT companies focused on software engineering in the field of AI such as CloudMinds, Deepmind, H20, Iris AI, Active.ai, etc.

Software engineering courses: Careers

You will find a variety of environments including industry, research, academics, government, and private and business organizations. Which you would want to work in software engineering courses with a specialization in computer science or software.

Software engineering courses after class 12th currently have the fastest and most massive applicability across almost all the verticals of any sector.

You will primarily be formulating and testing compliable codes and analyzing problems for solutions. Also, you can also be using advanced communications or multi-media equipment and work in teams for product development.

Software engineering courses: Industry-Oriented Skill Sets Sought after by Recruiters Today

JOB CATEGORYREQUIRED SKILL SET
Web DesignerHTML, HTML5 , JavaScript, Flash
Web DeveloperJ2EE, ASP.Net, PHP
Application DeveloperC, C++, Core Java, .Net, Java Swing
Database AdministratorPl SQL, Database Tuning
Network EngineerCCNA, CCNP Certification
Embedded SystemsEmbedded C
VLSI programmerVerilog, VHDL
Big Data AnalyticsHadoop

The demand for software engineering courses isn’t going to slow down anytime soon. This is a lucrative and empowering field. It has multiple available industrial roles across various sectors. Nevertheless, it goes without saying that, it is also a highly competitive field with the maximum of the best opportunities. They are reserved for engineers graduating from premier engineering colleges with B Tech or BE degrees and in computer science engineering or software engineering courses especially.

Software Engineering courses: You can find employment opportunities in

  • Engineering consultancies
  • Tech Consultancies
  • Research and development agencies
  • Software development agencies
  • Gaming and Media companies
  • IT department in MNCs

Software Engineering courses: Many Jobs in Following Roles

  • Software Engineer
  • Software Developer
  • Computing Solutions Engineer
  • Openstack Engineer
  • AR/VR Engineer
  • Gaming Engineer
  • Computer Vision Engineer
  • Search Engineer
  • NLP Engineer
  • Machine Learning Engineer
  • Security Engineer
  • Embedded Engineer
  • Data Engineer
  • Frontend Engineer
  • Backend Engineer
  • Blockchain Engineer
  • Mobile Engineer
  • Full-stack Engineer
  • Application Developer
  • Systems Engineer
  • System Integrator
  • Computing Architect
  • System Analyst
  • Quality Assurance Specialist
  • Tester
  • Intelligence Engineer
  • Dev-Ops Engineer
  • Database Administrator
  • Subject Matter Architect
  • Migration & Modernization Specialists
  • Enterprise Architect

Software Engineering courses: Tools & technology

Integrated Development Environment

  • Microsoft Visual Studio .NET
  • Oracle NetBeans
  • Eclipse
  • DreamWeaver

Object-Oriented Programming Languages

  • Python
  • C++
  • Ruby
  • PHP
  • Java

Program Testing Software

  • LoadRunner
  • Testcloud
  • Jira
  • Critiware

Web Development Software

  • Apache Tomcat
  • WebMatrix
  • Xamarin
  • Coda

Software Engineering courses: 16 Top Coding Languages

  1. Go
  2. Scala
  3. Ruby
  4. TypeScript
  5. Kotlin
  6. Objective-C
  7. JavaScript
  8. Swift
  9. PHP
  10. Java
  11. HTML
  12. Python
  13. C++
  14. C#
  15. C
  16. R

Civil engineering courses: Careers

In 2025, civil engineers will serve as master builders, innovators & integrators, environmental stewards, managers of uncertainty and risk, and leaders in shaping public policy.

– Source: Vision 2025 Summit, American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Civil Engineering Technology is necessary for the planning and construction of highways, buildings, bridges, railroads, dams, reservoirs, irrigation works, water systems, airports, as well as other structures.
  • In planning for a construction project. It is civil engineers who participate in estimating costs, preparing specifications for materials, as well as in surveying, drafting and design work.
  • During the construction phase, civil engineers schedule field layouts, and construction activities, and perform inspections of the work for conformity to specifications.
  • In recent years, a major work area for civil and environmental engineering technology has involved environmental problems.
  • Environmental engineering technology includes the design and construction of water supply facilities, the design of wastewater collection and treatment facilities.

25 Possible job titles for civil engineering courses BE or B Tech graduates:

  1. Construction Engineer
  2. Decontamination Engineer
  3. Field Service Engineer
  4. Highway Engineer
  5. Mining Engineer
  6. Research Engineer
  7. Structural Engineer
  8. Test Engineer
  9. Civil Engineer
  10. Consulting Engineer
  11. Fire Protection Engineer
  12. Industrial Engineer
  13. Operations Engineer
  14. Safety Engineer
  15. Surveyor or Survey Engineer
  16. Transportation Engineer
  17. Development Engineer
  18. Environmental Engineer
  19. Geotechnical Engineer
  20. Instrument Engineer
  21. Project Engineer
  22. Quality Control Engineer
  23. Sales Engineer
  24. Systems Design Engineer
  25. Urban Design Engineer

List of 19 Central Government/ PSU Recruiters for civil engineering courses

List of 19 Central Government/ PSU recruiters for civil engineering courses:

  1. IOCL (Indian Oil Corp. Ltd.) – www.iocl.com
  2. BPCL (Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd.) – www.bharatpetroleum.com
  3. HPCL (Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd.) – www.hindustanpetroleum.com
  4. NTPC (National Thermal Power Corp.) – www.ntpc.co.in
  5. NHAI (National Highways Authority of India) – www.nhai.org
  6. NBCC (National Buildings Const. Corp. Ltd.) – www.nbccindia.com
  7. NPCC (National Projects Const. Corp. Ltd.) – www.npcc.gov.in
  8. NLC (Neyveli Lignite Corporation) – www.nlcindia.com
  9. OPGC (Odisha Power Generation Corp. Ltd.) – www.opgc.co.in
  10. PSPCL (Punjab State Power Corp. Ltd.) – www.pspcl.in
  11. THDC (Tehri Hydro Development Corp. Ltd.) – www.pspcl.in
  12. PGCIL (Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd.) – www.powergridindia.com
  13. CEL (Central Electronics Ltd.) – www.celindia.co.in
  14. ISRO ( Indian Space Research Organization ) – www.isro.gov.in
  15. SAIL (Steel Authority of India Ltd.) – www.sailcareers.com
  16. RRB (Railway Recruitment Board) – www.rrcb.gov.in
  17. ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation) – www.ongcindia.com
  18. AAI (Airport Authority of India) – www.aai.areo
  19. IRCON ( Indian Railway Construction Company Ltd.) – www.ircon.org

Mechanical Engineering: Careers

You will typically design, operate and maintain machines, components, machine tools, manufacturing systems and processes, components of thermal power stations, solar energy, air conditioning and refrigeration and industrial engineering. They are involved in both the fundamental and applied aspects of these areas.

Major areas of employment:

  1. Most mechanical engineering jobs are in design. When a need comes about for a new or improved product, companies call upon mechanical engineers to do the job.

You will have to push beyond the limits of your previous work and use innovative technology to meet project requirements successfully.

  • Manufacturing – Manufacturing jobs cover nearly all steps involved in developing a product. From a selection of appropriate materials to choose of the correct machinery to even manufacturing the required product.

Mechanical engineers, working in this vertical, may find work with equipment manufacturers, transportation companies, materials processing plants, aerospace companies, and petroleum companies. In addition, you may also work with small firms, consulting practices, universities, and government research labs.

Some Mechanical Engineering Titles and Their Functions

Automotive Engineer: You will mainly design car parts. Moreover, you could be involved in solving transportation and safety problems by creating better and more efficient engines or by developing improved safety features

Biomedical Engineer: design mobility aids, prosthetics, artificial organs etc.

Consulting: work for yourself as a consultant or independent contractor. This is possible after gaining significant on-the-job experience and developing a high level of expertise.

Heating Ventilation Air-conditioning: you will design refrigeration systems for making frozen foods, or air-conditioning. You will also design heating systems for businesses and industrial buildings, residential homes, autos, hospitals, and schools.

Nuclear Engineer: You will be involved in the design of nuclear power plants. You must have a thorough knowledge of the fundamentals of nuclear design. You will also learn how to operate the plant efficiently, and evaluate the environmental factors associated.

Robotics Engineer: you may be involved in designing machines that build other machines. For instance, as a robotics engineer, you may be involved in designing devices tubes used in assembling automobiles.

Electronics Engineering: Careers

You will mainly be concerned with electronic components, integrated circuits and microprocessors. Therefore, you will design, fabricate, test, maintain and supervise the manufacture of electronic equipment.

Here is a list of 14 most common industry-based specializations that you can consider pursuing along with Electronics engineering (possible through short-term diploma/certificate courses too):

  • SCADA Communication
  • Fibre Optic Technology
  • PCB Designing / Circuit Designing
  • VLSI Testing& Design (Physical Design or Logic Design)
  • Telecom & Wireless Technology (in high demand as very few engineers in India possess flawless skills) – Telecom Training, Networking, Wireless Training, LTE Training, VoLTE, VoIP Training, IMS, SIP, MPLS Training, GMPLS, RF Engineering Training, RF training, Antenna Engineering Training, Radar, DAS, SATCOM Training, VSAT, GSM, CDMA, CDMA2000 UMTS, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Training, Zigbee Training
  • Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers
  • Networking courses such as CCNA, MCSE
  • Industrial Automation, Automotive Electronics,
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Real time Distributed Systems
  • Robotics

Electrical Engineering: Careers

You will work with equipment that produces and distributes electricity such as generators, transmission lines, transformers, lighting and wiring in buildings. Likewise, you will design electric motors, machinery and ignition systems. As they are required by automobiles, aircraft and all kinds of motorized vehicles and equipment.

List of 8 Tools you must learn:

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Figure 3: Industry tools for students of electrical engineering courses after 12th

Electrical Engineering: Popular Recruiters

  • NTPC: National Thermal Power Corporation
  • NHPC: National Hydroelectric Power Corporation
  • HPCL: Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited
  • PGCIL: Power Grid, the central transmission utility
  • GAIL: Gas Authority of India Limited
  • MECL– Mineral Exploration Corporation Limited
  • IOCL: Indian Oil Corporation Limited
  • HECL: Heavy Engineering Corporation Ltd.
  • DDA: Delhi Development Authority 
  • CONCOR: Container Corporation of India Limited. 
  • NALCO: National Aluminum Company Limited 
  • MDL: Mazagon Dock Limited 
  • NFL: National Fertilizers Limited 
  • NLC: Neyveli Lignite Corporation Limited

To clarify a written test and interview will be conducted for organizations such as AP Transco, AP Genco, AP Discom, Indian Railways, Bharath Dynamics Ltd, Coal India Ltd, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd, DRDO, ISRO, NMDC, EIL etc.

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Conclusions

Hey! So, we’ve just presented to you several lists containing multiple disciplines of engineering courses that one can pursue after 12th such as software engineering courses, civil engineering courses, electrical engineering courses, etc. As well as thorough information regarding the best engineering courses and information about careers after engineering courses. It might all be quite confusing to you unless and until you are clear about your existing strengths & weaknesses. Which field of Engineering is best for you? You must find out with the help of an expert career counsellor. In conclusion, a little help now may save a lot of heartburn later.

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  1. Very great article. The brief description about every aspect helps a lot in knowing what to do and what to opt as per our interest.

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