|Course Name||Fees Structure||Seats||Description||Posted User||Posted Date||Points|
|B.E Computer Science and Engineering||check the website||check the website||
IT is the sector which made the world sit up and acknowledge the prowess of Indian tech brain. Software and service exports have reached USD 23.4 billion and demand for software professionals would touch 1,287,000 this FY. Meanwhile the domestic market has come of age and has grown by nearly 22% in this FY. Strong demand over the past few years has placed India amongst the fastest growing IT markets in the Asia Pacific region.
||Sam P George||07 Sep 2008||5 (Rs 4)|
|B.E Electrical and Electronics Engineering||check the website||check the website||Global power majors like CMS Energy, Unocal, Siemens, ABB, AES Transpower, Powergen, Tractabel besides Indian companies like NTPC, Tata, Reliance, Jindal etc are investing heavily in power sector. These companies who have already started huge recruitment drives are finding it difficult to get good Electrical engineers. There is now no looking back for electrical engineers.||Sam P George||07 Sep 2008||5 (Rs 4)|
|B.E Electronics & Tele-Communication Engineering||check the website||check the website||Global majors including Hutchison, Singapore Telecom, AT&T, France Telecom, Texas Instrumentation, Linux, Intel etc have a presence in the country while American Towers and Crown Castle are eyeing the Indian market. Nokia is already setting up a plant in India, and South Korean rivals Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and LG Electronics Inc already produce handsets in the country. This has opened up tremendous opportunities for ETC graduates.
VLSI, Embedded and Nanotechnology are some of the opportune areas for Electronics & Telecom engineers.||Sam P George||07 Sep 2008||5 (Rs 4)|
|B.E Information Technology||check the website||check the website||The AICTE has granted permission to start IT branch from academic session 2007-2008, with an Intake capacity of -60
||Sam P George||07 Sep 2008||4 (Rs 2)|
|B.E Mechanical Engineering||check the website||check the website||It is rightly said that Mechanical Engineering is the mother branch of engineering as no industry can function without mechanical engineers. Growth in any industry results in demand for mechanical engineer. India has witnessed a boom in sectors like auto, aviation, steel, construction etc leading to a tremendous demand for Mechanical engineers in recent times. With India becoming a design and production hub for the MNCs, there is a great demand for engineers in design and shop floor where they are getting such attractive pay packages that even IIT grads are shifting to this area.||Sam P George||07 Sep 2008||5 (Rs 4)|