how can I get forensic sciences clgs and is it good career option
Swaroopabandiwar , You can get jobs in various governments & private sectors. The study will improve your skills and knowledge. After completing your degree, you can open your own forensic practice & forensic service offices. You also may employ in Forensic Laboratories, Detective Offices, Banks and other Govt.
Hope it will be helpful for you :)
Is Petroleum engineering is a Good career option
A degree in petroleum engineering can generate a number of career paths.Petroleum engineers are demanded globally.Plenty of jobs are available for the candidates in this field.Many petroleum and gas agencies offers jobs to applicants in this field.
Petroleum engineers are also offered jobs in government sector.Companies that comes under government and offer jobs to engineers are :
1.Oil and Natural gas corporation limited.
2.Hindustan petroleum corporation limited.
3.Bharat petroleum corporation limited.
4.Indian oil corporation limited.
5.Chennai petroleum corporation limited.
7.Hindustian oil exploration corporation limited.
Petroleum engineers will get an attractive pay.In India,an average salary of a petroleum engineer is Rs. 6,99,000 per annum.As you gain experience your salary also gets increased.Remuneration in the field is offered high in foreign
So petroleum engineering is a good field to pursue.
Is there career option of research in pathology? What are best govt colleges who offer courses in pathology and thier entrance exams? Does AIIMS have courses on pathology or any other research prospecting courses and is yes what are the eligibility?
Which will be the best career optionto pursue engineering
I guess your question is "What is the best career option after engineering". Engineering is one the mainstream courses allover with about 15 lakhs new engineers every year. However due to stiff competition, not every student who graduates from engineering will get a job. so you can see engineers doing all sorts of odd jobs too.
Here are the career options after engineering :
- You can apply for any IT based company or hardware based company and work in that field.
- You can do MBA and get into Management field. It has a lot of scope.
- You can pursue higher studies like M.Tech or M.S in the branch you graduated.
- You can enter teaching profession.
- If you are interested in being self employee, you can begin a startup and become an entrepreneur.
- You can prepare for civil service exams if hectic IT job is not your thing and you want to get into admistration.
- You can apply for government jobs, bank exams etc
There are a lot of opportunities around other than the routine software industry. It depends on your interest.
All the best!
I am interested to pursue my career in the field of robotics. So,in these two ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION or MECHATRONICS which one best in ENGINEERING level or none of the above and GO WITH EEE itself
B.Tech. in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (EIE) is a 4- year undergraduate engineering course. It is a combination of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, mainly combining the electronics part for sensing with instrumentation engineering. This specialized branch of engineering helps to create, construct and maintain measuring and control devices and systems found in manufacturing plants and research institutions.
JOB PROFILE - Since B. Tech in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering course is concentrated on both electronic instrumentation and computer-related processes, it makes an Electronics Instrumentation engineer fit for both hardware and software industries, thereby opening many interesting channels for employment.
- Graduates can seek jobs in public-sector companies such as Instrumentation Ltd., Bharat Electronics Ltd. and Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. and private companies such as Honeywell and other IT companies.
- They are recruited by a variety of industries in the various domain such as Design, Development, Automation, Control, Fabrication, Inspection, Quality Control, Maintenance and Service and so on.
Mechatronics engineering is a multidisciplinary study of the engineering/technology field that deals with the study of electronics engineering, mechanical engineering, telecommunications, computer engineering, system engineering, and control engineering. Mechatronics engineering is a connection amongst technicians and engineers and gradually work from origination of a project to the culmination of the undertaking.
After finishing the Mechatronics Engineering degree, candidates can work on different aspects of technology such as control systems, artificial intelligence (AI) and expert systems, robotics, transportation, and computer integrated manufacturing systems and much more.
If we talk about India, there is a wide variety of career openings in Mechatronics Engineering graduates. Candidates can have a look at some of the job profiles/positions that a candidate can choose from after completion of a course in Mechatronics Engineering:
- Computer System Analyst
- Robotics Test Engineer
- Application Engineer
E&I(Subbranch of EEE) is the answer because instrumentation includes industrial processes and techniques of industrial automation. Other thing is that none of the single branch will include Robotics as individual subject in curriculum. May be in the above branches like EEE,EIE,CSE,Mech will include Robotics and Automation as a subject but it is not a robotics which a laymen thinks. It is industrial robotics.
Every branch is good but it depends on your interest what to choose for your future career.
HOPE IT HELPS.. ALL THE BEST !!
I am interested to pursue my career in the field of robotics. So,in these two ELECTRO
yes, of course you can persue your career in the field of robotics.
To enter in this field , you generally need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering in some of above mentioned areas of engineering or computer science. The technology of robotics is based on the expertise of many different engineering disciplines. ,for this you can do,
- Electrical/electric engineering. Electrical engineering is one of the best majors to have in college to help pursue a career in robotics .
- Mechanical engineering.
- Computer science. engineering
top colleges where you can aim to get admission are-
- Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad (IIIT Allahabad)
- Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT)
- Amity University.
- University College of Engineering , Osmania University, Hyderabad.
- Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi.
try to get admission in one of these colleges, let your dream come true.
hope that helps
what are the career option in science PCM after 12th.....
Thanks A2A @akshaymirani16!
So you passed out 12th class with the subjects PCM..so you are basically aiming for engineering.
Apart from that-
•You can opt for Bsc courses in Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics.
•You can go for Aviation courses!
•You can expect a commendable career in the Indian army,Navy and Airforce also!
•You can appear for ICAR(PCM stream) to get into B.tech biotechnology ,B.tech Food technology and processing and B.tech In dairy technology.(These fields are expected to expand in the future years)
•You can appear NEST entrance exam to get into NISER Bhubanewsar and CBS Mumbai, if you are interested to pursue research in pure sciences. You can go for IISERs too(admission through Kvpy,Jee advanced and IISER IAT test)
•You can go for Computer Applications and IT(BCA then MCA) or ethical hacking.
•You can expect a career in statistics and animation graphics.
•You can go for fashion technology.
•Prepare for UPSC (civil services) and eventually crack it for a highly paid govt job:)
Hope this helps!
which is better career choice bnys or bsc.yoga?
BNYS is a much better option-
BNYS graduates have access to diverse job opportunities. They have access to both Government and Private sector jobs. If you are an entrepreneur at heart, you may start your own Naturopathy clinic or hospital. You may even start your own Rehabilitation or Naturopathy/Yoga Therapy center.
and if you are persuing BSC in yoga then you can look for jobs in the following areas only-
Research Officer- Yoga and Naturopathy. Yoga Aerobic Instructor. Assistant Ayurvedic Doctor.
hope that helps
is diploma in oil and gas course is enough for building a career in oil and gas sector
Yes, diploma is okay for you to start a career in Oil & Gas industry. But being a Diploma student, it limits your progress going ahead. Your further progress will take due time because of your educational qualification. So, yes you can start a career in Oil & gas by doing diploma but the progress will be slow. You can take admission in engineering, attempt GATE exam & join a PSU in Oil & Gas industry. This way you get a higher package & you get to work in Oil & Gas industry itself. Just you will have to invest 2-3 years extra after your diploma.
Hope this helps. Thank You.