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bhargava.megha
bhargava.megha • Jul 11, 2011

Which engineering branch is best at this time?

which branch is best at this time, so that at the time of its completion I will get the job?
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Jul 11, 2011
sangili123
sangili123 • Jul 12, 2011
my point of view mechanical and civil is the best for engineering study will get the job... By sangili......
ISHAN TOPRE
ISHAN TOPRE • Jul 12, 2011
There is nothing like a best engineering branch. No one can guarantee you a job. Believe in yourself and your strength. Stop sulking and work hard.
*pushkar*
*pushkar* • Jul 12, 2011
CSE is the best. There are many companies for IT Students but its all depend upon your interest. Select the one in which you have your own interest. Good Luck
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Jul 12, 2011
There's no 'best' branch as such. How can anyone confidently say that once you graduate "CS" will be the hottest? It could be Civil or Electrical or any other branch. Rather, go with the branch that you are interested in. It will make you a better engineer and quality engineers will always be in GREAT demand.

By the way, why are you opting for engineering? Even B.Sc students get recruited in IT companies these days. The level of IT in India is going down, day by day. Good luck.
ISHAN TOPRE
ISHAN TOPRE • Jul 13, 2011
We can anyhow discuss this topic on lines for those who are planning to sit for campus interviews and want branch with plenty of jobs.
R.Ramya
R.Ramya • Jul 13, 2011
ECE & civil
Right now if you see, almost all the branches have the same kind of placements. And specifically Non-IT/CS branches have more placements compared to the IT/CS, because of they are the core ones. 😀

If you select a random branch and do exceptionally well, you will get placed for sure. Everything depends on your academic and co-curricular performance. 😀 This is my experience. 😁
Aman g
Aman g • Aug 20, 2011
THere is nothing like best branch in engineering
all branches are gud
however core branches are always preferred by companies like CSE ECE MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL CIVIL and CHEMICAL
one can also go for BIOTECH as its a vry gud branch for those who have an interest in biology
overall every branch in engineering is gud 😀 😀
just believe urself
jhonman1213
jhonman1213 • Sep 30, 2011
Mech. and Electrical is the best one all the times.

PTU center in Chandigarh
Avinash Saini
Avinash Saini • Jul 19, 2012
And what about power?
As you all know, all the fields like mechanical CS, ECE, electrical depends on power & in coming years their will be many power plants going to be established.

What are your views regarding it?
Engineering is itself one of the branches of science dealing in the measurements with utmost precision and practical implementation of scientific principles. I myself an Electrical and Electronics engineer, have worked on boilers maintenance for about 18 long years and then in the field of computers another equal number of years and scoring success and public recognition. Engineering is an aptitude and attitude, not a means for getting jobs. Jobs are there for everybody let alone engineers; depends upon your liking, inclination and aptitude. I agree with most of here who has said every branch is good. Excellent guidance here in some of the posts above.
safiajen0055
safiajen0055 • Nov 20, 2012
*pushkar*
CSE is the best. There are many companies for IT Students but its all depend upon your interest. Select the one in which you have your own interest. Good Luck
What is the full-fom for CSE?
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Nov 20, 2012
safiajen0055
What is the full-fom for CSE?
CSE stands for Computer Science Engineering - basically another name for 'Computer Sciences'.
zaveri
zaveri • Nov 22, 2012
It all depends on your interest and enthusiasm.

research about all the branches, in detail and check out what each deals with, and what will be the contribution of an engineer, from a particular branch to the society, and based on that make your choice.
safiajen0055
safiajen0055 • Feb 12, 2013
The_Big_K
CSE stands for Computer Science Engineering - basically another name for 'Computer Sciences'.
Thanks a lot...
MPH
MPH • Sep 9, 2014
Kaustubh Katdare
There's no 'best' branch as such. How can anyone confidently say that once you graduate "CS" will be the hottest? It could be Civil or Electrical or any other branch. Rather, go with the branch that you are interested in. It will make you a better engineer and quality engineers will always be in GREAT demand.

By the way, why are you opting for engineering? Even B.Sc students get recruited in IT companies these days. The level of IT in India is going down, day by day. Good luck.
All Engg branches their scope.But from career perspective its not same for all streams.While evaluating a branch in terms of career opportunities than its only and only Computer Science that can be regarded as the best.Because most of the high flying Engg jobs in this era are in IT/Software.Electronics/Electrical Engineers have very less core jobs and thats why after spending 4 yrs in EC/EE lab they finally has to fallback on IT.IT boom has helped other Engineers(not only computer sc) also to get job.Else many of them would have worked in dairy pharm...or just go ahead with an MBA and then work in some other sector.This may sound bad for some but this is what is the reality atleast in Inida.Many top IT companies prefer CSE and and CSE engineers do whatever they studied.But the case is pathetic for other branches.Whats the connection of Electrical lab and a Java developer?????.Besides,the fact that a CSE cannot be compared with Bsc(IT).Bsc IT or never get job in good companies.....even if they get the profile and salary cannot be compared with a guy having BE.Have you ever heard Google,Amazon kind of companies hiring a BSc IT with 12 lpa or so???So get your facts right and give only practical things not the theories.

Branches will be as follows in order of career-

1)CSE
2)ECE
3)EE/Mech
4)Civil/Chem
5)Others

**Please note that branch may not matter after 5-6 yrs of experience

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