Opportunities for Engineering Students
An Engineering student in Gyanville Academy’s perspective is a student who is studying Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry in his Intermediate Education along with other languages. GVA Engineering student can take B.E or B.Tech program in the UG colleges. B.E means Bachelor of Engineering, where as B.Tech means Bachelor of Technology. The word Engineering as a science is expected to sound more theoretical; whereas technology more practical. However, the course curriculum may not have huge differences. The degree offered is the decision of the college and affiliated University. UG colleges offer varied branches notable among them are
Electronics & Communications
Civil and many more.
Student selections to UG colleges happen through
Intermediate Percentage based or weight age
Entrance test predominantly tests in:
A few entrance exams may test your English language skills, Logical Reasoning Skills, Writing skills etc.
It is important to make the right choice about the UG colleges that you are aspiring to go. It is equally important that you should do well there.
Here, we discuss about a few colleges that our team would recommend to our students. There are many more too. Before that, let’s first understand how to choose a course. Choice of college or branch depends on
i. Choice of your college & your result
Results are scores based on your performance in the test. But it is important to carefully use your results and cautiously choose the college in the later Counselling procedures. A reputed college name is one of the priorities because it is expected to deliver its curriculum properly; have better labs and access to library; run training programs which help the overall development of students and prepare them to face the job market.
ii. Your interest in the course
Ask yourself what triggers your interest. The decision should be yours, but it should be a wisely evaluated preference than that which is influenced by popular notions or assumptions.Understand the kind of opportunities each of this career groups
offer in future. Think- upcoming course vs eternal courses;Current opportunities vs Future Opportunities; Cream jobs today vs a decade later.
iii. Geographical location
Think and discuss with your family, where would you like to spend your next 4 years of academic life. Climate, food, boarding facilities etc have to be considered based on your scenario.
iv. financial fit and
The fee structure of all the institutions are not the same, nor of all branches. And there is a possibility of incremental increase in fees over the years. Value for money has to be taken into consideration.
v. Your interests and long term aspirations
Think long term. Think future. Do not get carried away by any short term distractions or difficulties. You may be interested in a course which is upcoming then evaluate your opportunities and choose it. You can’t blindly go with public opinion.
vi. Campus facilities of the particular program
Most colleges post pictures about their campus on websites.Reach out to students studying there, if you know any.Research about the facilities provided, visit or try to gather information from other sources, so that you are happy and satisfied when you join there. All these have to be done before your counselling process kick starts.
vii. Opportunities available after college
The curriculum should help you in the long run, both technically and personally. Analyze the kind of opportunities you have. Study about what people do after completing a particular course. The kind of jobs or higher studies they can
Do good research about the colleges and make a wise decision.Remember, Listen to people take their advice; Gather all require, relevant, appropriate and accurate information. Ultimately, it is your career and hence it is very important that you OWN YOUR DECISION
and make it a right one.