With the advancement in technology and human research more branches have opened up in engineering degrees. Prestigious institutes, as well as private colleges to meet the demands of the popular courses, have opened up new seats and branches. Some of the popular branches are as follows:

  1. Electrical Engineering: This is a core branch of engineering. A student should expect laborious hours of study to pursue this course. It involves subjects like Engineering Mathematics, Electrical Machine Design, Power Systems, Control Theory, Power Electronics, Micro Controllers, Electromagnetism, Safety Management and Power Utilization. Students are also required to attend lab lessons and perform lab tests as well. Electrical engineers are always in high demand and also offers government jobs. Private companies are also known good recruiters for electrical engineers.
  1. Mechanical Engineering: This again is a core branch and a mechanical engineer can find a place in almost any industry. Therefore making plenty of job opportunities. Students will be mainly studying Engineering Mathematics, Thermodynamics, Theory of Machine, Dynamics of Machine, Physics, Fluid Mechanics Material Science, Boilers, IC Engine, Machine Design, Product Design, Industrial Drafting, Quality Engineering, Production Engineering, Kinematics of Machine, Electrical Machine and Management along with workshop sessions.
  2. Civil Engineering: A civil engineer can also find jobs in both private and public sectors. Being one of the core branches the field has a lot of career opportunities. A student has to study Mathematics, Transportation Engineering Physics, Town & City Planning, Structural Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Restoration of Structures Structural Design, Earthquake Engineering, Disaster Assessment & Management, Geo Technical Engineering, Maintenance of Structures, Surveying (Basic and Advanced0, Irrigation Engineering, Concrete Technology and Computer Aided Design and Planning.
  3. Chemical Engineering: Comparatively fewer colleges offer this course but job opportunities are plenty. The program would cover Organic Chemistry, Safety Technology Inorganic Chemistry, Fertilizers, Process Control, Petrochemicals Fluid Mechanics, Biochemistry, Thermodynamics, Equipment Design, Chemical processes, and Chemical reaction Engineering and Chemical plant design. On completion, the course can fetch you a job in industries like Chemical, Refining, Food Processing and pharmaceuticals.
  1. Other popular courses are Agriculture, food technology, renewable and environmental energy.