|Author: Subin Kuruvilla 16 Jun 2012 Member Level: Gold Points : 2 Voting Score: 0|
You here have nice marks in KEAM, so that you have more choices. If you like Physics and Maths, it is good because any in any universities in Kerala, You have Mathematics as your first year subject and physics will be there everywhere. Do not worry about Chemistry. You will need to learn it as a subject only in the first year. So in my opinion you better select between ECE and ME. Forget Civil Engineering as it contain a lot of chemistry later on and again needs a lot of mugging up your lessons. Choose CS only if you are really interested because the jobs you get will be little tiring.
|Author: Avinash saikia 10 Jul 2012 Member Level: Silver Points : 2 Voting Score: 0|
|you can opt for new and demanding courses as ME,EEE,ECE,civil and CS has become so common these days.|
you can opt for Aerospace engineering or aeronautical engineering. It has lots of scope and You will have a maximum chance of getting a job in ISRO and later on NASA
|Author: Ayan Mondal 10 Jul 2012 Member Level: Bronze Points : 3 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
|Hello Dheeraj ,|
Subin and Avinash said that you night go to engineering courses, that's good as your scope is really satisfactory. But if you keenly Love Physics and Mathematics and are not just deeped to get into the line jobs and want to research in the fields then you might go through General courses. As after completing 5 years Bachelor + Master degree in Physics then there's a huge scope , like -
1>You can give GATE and if you have Valid score then you can get chance to ISRO for M.TECH in Optical Engineering.
2>Can do PhD from TIFR(Tata Institute of Fundamental Research) , SINP(Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics) etc.
Another scope after completing Bachelor degree in Physics is that there's a great chance to give IIT-JAM and can get chance to IIT institutes for Master and PhD programmes.
|Author: Rakesh Prakash 10 Jul 2012 Member Level: Silver Points : 2 Voting Score: 0|
Congratulation for a great score. Now that you have a dislike for chemistry, let me tell you all engineering courses will have chemistry in their first year. So you can't avoid chemistry if you are going to take up engineering. If you are going to take computer engineering, it is going to be mostly hardware related. And most likely you are going to end up in one of the IT firms as they recruit many CS students. And even otherwise most of the companies that come for campus recruitment are IT companies, plus they give you a very attractive package, so if you ask me I will say you go for computer engineering. All the best Dheeraj.