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rajhank
I want to ask u about which is better?

B.E or B.TEch in

Arrow Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Arrow Computer Science
Arrow Information Technology

Plz tell me in general.

And, mainly i'm interested in Computers.

Plz also tell about these degrees if u know about them.

Your help will be very helpful.


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ankur.vatsa
As fo my experience, I can say go for anything. I did my B.Tech Mechanical (Automobiles) and then Masters in International Marketing & Finance and my intrests landed me in Computer Engineering.

But for sure if you love computers and would want to have a career in the same, I suggest go for a Computer Science degree. Honestly speaking though, do it from some good college.
nivinjoy
Iam an engineering student doing my degree in B.E Mechanical Engineering.I would like to know why this branch is known as an "Evergreen Branch".What sort of jobs are we supposed to get?
Which all firms are in need of mechanical engineers?Are IT companies looking out for mechanical engineers?I had had 1 arrear in my all exams?Will it affect the chance of getting jobs abroad?What all formalities should i comply with to get placed in companies abroad?
hunnyhiteshseth
Your first priority should be your interest. If its computers then go for computers.
Otherwise currently electronics & communication is considered best.
cyph33r
I'm doing a B.E in Computer Engineering as I am also interested in Computers, and find that is a great mix of Computer Science topics as well as the electrical engineering components
Dragate
I'm not really sure what you're looking for. If you really like computers, but are not really good at them, there is no real point of going into them. I'm guessing you only like it becuase it is interesting and farily easy. If I were in your position, I would look into information technology. That includes more than just analyzing data, but also programming and stuff right? I would think so.

Don't take my advice serously though, go ask your guidance counsellor if you are still in highschool, if not go do some reasearch on the net about the subjects.

http://careersonline.com/ this is a good place. If you really do find somehting you watn to do and there are job postsings there and you can post you resume. Best of luck.
Georgeboy
Study the subject that has courses with most interesting things for you. I know a civil electronical engineer, who runs at this time his own sotware company. It is not for sure ones you have the degree, you will get work in your specialisation.
I'm studying civil electronical engineering with the idea to have a very broad base about electronics. As engineer you will have to study your whole live, so you will get a lot of possibilities to learn another subject if you think you made a wrong choice.Wink First of all try to catch the degree in the subject you are the best in.

Greetz
rajhank
Georgeboy wrote:
Study the subject that has courses with most interesting things for you. I know a civil electronical engineer, who runs at this time his own sotware company. It is not for sure ones you have the degree, you will get work in your specialisation.
I'm studying civil electronical engineering with the idea to have a very broad base about electronics. As engineer you will have to study your whole live, so you will get a lot of possibilities to learn another subject if you think you made a wrong choice.Wink First of all try to catch the degree in the subject you are the best in.

Greetz


U R Right, George , I had a chat with the counsellor , she told me that one can switch their fields in engineering very easily.
internetjobs
you know... also B.E is eaual to AMIE, but the study fee are very low in AMIE... You can study from home.... Only you want to write exams...

Member ship(joining) only Rs. 2000
only Rs. 1000 per semester...maximum 4 subjects per semester.
mstreet
I would just make sure on the reputation of the school that you are looking at as well. Some are better than others and I would also suggest one that has a practical side and has a lot of industry involvement/funding as well.
thim
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I would just make sure on the reputation of the school that you are looking at as well. Some are better than others and I would also suggest one that has a practical side and has a lot of industry involvement/funding as well.


This is good advice. You shouldn't take a major that your school sucks at or isn't particularly well known for. You'll get far more out of your education if you choose a school that suits your field of study or the other way around. Also, keep in mind that with a lot of jobs in the tech industry, your job will be shipped to India the second your boss realizes it can be done for pennies on the dollar overseas.
grajpotti
As a suggestion on this topic I can say GO FOR Computer Science.

It offers a variety of Jobs and there are lots of comanies needing Good Proffesional guys to do their Job.

A computer programmer can earn a lot ....
cbf-cma
Well if you're shopping around for a major I suggest plumbing because it's the shit.
marcmgeronimo
Do what it is that you like most. As for my experience, I graduated Electronics and Communications Engineering but landed on an IT / Programming job. Not to mention that I am a registered engineer. So if you think you'd do well in programming take Computer science, if you have the knack of assembling hardware go ahead take electronics.
maming
Study the subject that has courses with most interesting things for you. Rolling Eyes
indianinworld
It doesnot make any difference, if it is an Engineering or Technology - I meant the B.Tech or BE.

Technology oriented subjects are termed with B.Tech.

And the rest will fall under Engineering.

Studing doesn't matter, What really matters is ur Interest.

keep smiling....
mackhenry
nothing is impossible in watever ur intrested work hard and achieve it
i think computer science is best if ur interested in that
sush
Being a little ambitious always helps. If you want to fly with the wind, B.E. or B.Tech in Computers is as good as anything (A national institute is the place to go, boss, not locals).

I'm currently into my final year of B.E. Mechanical Engg., after which I plan to join an M. Tech. in Aerospace engineering at IIT Bombay.
mrgzilnik
My experience as an engineering manager taught me that the BSE students tended to be a little more rounded, which boded well for their upper level careers, but that the BTech students were quicker out the gate, as in they were productive more quickly in their new jobs.

I was a BSE, and followed it with much graduate work and an MBA. It certainly got me some interviews, but once you have the interview, it is up to you to land the job. So my actual advice is to pick the courses that will get you an interview in the field of your choice. If you're a bright fellow, you'll land yourself the job.

On the other hand, if you have some contacts in the field in which you'd like to work, I think that your education credentials will be less relevant for getting your foot in the door.
venkateshwarans
I am doing B.tech Computer science. I considered cse, it and ece. My main interests were in computers and hence i chose cse. Information technology
is very similar to cse. It differs by only 3papers. It slightly has more hardware than cse. Sorry, iam not familiar with ei. cse has more scope than it in turn more scope than ei.
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