The concept of Engineering existed since ancient times as Human devised fundamental inventions such as the pulley, lever and wheel. Each of these inventions is consistent with the modern definition of Engineering. For instance: Cotton gin was invented in India by the 6th Century AD, and the spinning wheel was invented in the Islamic World by the 11th Century, both of which were fundamental to the growth of the Cotton Industry. Likewise, there were several inventions that gradually evolved Engineering.
1. Creativity: You must be able to think of new systems and new ways to work. You must be able to think creatively and ask the right questions. 2. Math Skills: You must understand complex mathematical analysis, calculus, and other mathematics for design and troubleshooting. 3. Mechanical Skills: The ability to understand mechanical concepts and processes easily, as well as use equipment and tools will help you in your profession. 4. Problem-Solving Skills: Engineers work to develop new solutions to problems. You will need the skills to identify the source of the problem and create and test solutions. 5. Teamwork: Engineers will be part of a team in developing systems, fixing problems or creating solutions. You will need to work well with others in order to get the job done. 6. Listening Skills: Listening to workers, teammates and management is crucial to an engineer's job. 7. Communication Skills: You must be able to communicate your plans, thoughts, and rationale in your job. Good communication skills will help you greatly in accomplishing your job. 8. Project Management: Large-scale project require the ability to manage time, supplies, personnel and funds.
Engineering is a scientific field and job that involves taking our scientific understanding of the natural world and using it to invent, design and build things to solve problems.
1. Civil Engineering 2. Mechanical Engineering 3. Computer Science Engineering 4. Information Science Engineering 5. Electrical Engineering (EEE) 6. Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) 7. Aerospace Engineering 8. Aeronautical Engineering 9. Automobile Engineering 10. Textile Engineering 11. Chemical Engineering 12. Petroleum Engineering 13. Marine Engineering 14. Biotechnology
1. Qualifying Examination – The candidates should have completed their 12th standard or equivalent examination from a recognized board/university with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. 2. Marks Required – General category candidates should have secured minimum 45% aggregate marks in 12th standard examination & 40% for Reserved candidates.
Government Entrance Exams to seek admissions through Merit Quota: 1. JEE (MAIN & ADVANCED) 2. COMED-K 3. Common Entrance Test (CET) Deemed Universities who conduct their own entrance exams, such as : 1. BITSAT - Birla Institute Of Technology (BITS), Pilani 2. VITEEE - Vellore Institute Of Technology (VIT), Vellore 3. SRMJEE - Sri Ramaswamy Memorial (SRM), Chennai 4. KIITEE - Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT), Odisha
we would like to insist that Engineering can never be considered as a curse! There are several trolls off-late about Engineers in Social Media & in Films. People come with conclusion that Engineers after graduating doesn’t get employed in their respective field or they don’t get a good pay. The problem is that, in India the number of Engineering Colleges have increased in the last 8 years up-to 3600+. Whereas till 2012 it was around 1500+ Colleges. However, if you are very much passionate about the field you choose, if you prepare proper internships right from your second year and if you complete an innovative project during your final year, I am sure job placement will be as flat as a pancake with a decent salary package that you deserve!