|Author: Chitra 04 Sep 2012 Member Level: Diamond Points : 4 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
There is no difference between these two degree courses BE and B-Tech. Both are engineering degrees and their scope and value are the same. You will never be rejected higher education or a job just because you are a BE and not a B-tech holder or vice versa. The only difference in the name is because in those colleges/universities that offer only engineering courses, the degree is known as B-tech and in those colleges/universities where other courses are also offered along with engineering, the title is given as BE. If you notice, there is no college/universities that provides both BE and B-Tech courses as both are the same. Same applies with ME and M-tech. Both are post graduate courses and a student with a B-tech degree is eligible to take up ME course or M-tech course and vice versa
|Author: Vishal 04 Sep 2012 Member Level: Gold Points : 3 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 1|
There is no difference between these degrees so far as value is concern. BE and B.Tech have same scope. There is small traditional diffesoce is there that we can say after independence of India we have two types of universities, one that offers degrees in many fields like Sciences, Arts, and Engineering , and the second universities called as institutes offer only degrees in engineering. Universities those offer other degrees along with engineering named their engineering degree as BE (Bachelor of Engineering) and Institute constituted for only Engineering studies named their degree as B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology). Thus there is no scope or future related difference is there and the same way there also not difference between M.E and M.Tech...
|Author: Dhairya Khant 04 Sep 2012 Member Level: Gold Points : 2 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
There is no difference between BE(Bachelor of Engineering) and B Tech(Bachelor of Technology). Both of them are same and have similar scope and future. Some university offer degree courses named as BE and new courses named as B Tech. All the new degree courses known as B Tech. Most of the BE courses based on the theoretical part of the course and B Tech courses based on practical part of the course.
|Author: KrishnaD 04 Sep 2012 Member Level: Silver Points : 2 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
It can said that B. E. [Bachelor of Engineering] is more theory and knowledge based whereas B. Tech. [Bachelor of Technology] is more practical or skills oriented. The focus in B. Tech. is more on acquiring skill and experience with more practical exposure and hands-on-experience before embarking upon a job.
|Author: Farid Akhtar 04 Sep 2012 Member Level: Diamond Points : 2 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
The B.Tech and B.E are equivalent degree and their is not much difference between them. But the degree one gets from technical institutes is mentioned as B.Tech and the degrees one getting from the colleges that providing regular courses as well as technical courses is known as B.E. The syllabus is all the same and so is the valuation . Only difference is one is obtained from technical institutes and other one is obtained from regular colleges.
|Author: Jaya 04 Sep 2012 Member Level: Silver Points : 1 Voting Score: 0|
Actually there is no difference between BE and B-tech. It is just two names given by various universities to the same course.
|Author: Trinadha Rao Sambangi 04 Sep 2012 Member Level: Diamond Points : 1 Voting Score: 0|
All most all the answers are same ,so my thanks to you all.Every answer was responded that there was no difference between BE and B.Tech.
Then why should we call them with two names as BE and B.Tech?
|Author: Mandeep 04 Sep 2012 Member Level: Gold Points : 2 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
There is no difference between B.E and B.Tech except those abbrevations. B.E means Bachelor of Engineering and B.Tech means Bachelor of Technology. Both are one and same and both are given the same value while considering for job. Before the colleges which are only established for Engineering degree gave the degree B.Tech and the colleges which are giving Science, arts and other degrees named the degree as B.E. There is no much difference in them
|Author: Bhushan Suryavanshi 04 Sep 2012 Member Level: Silver Points : 6 (Rs 4) Voting Score: 0|
There is no difference in B.E & B.Tech in terms of importance & scope but there are several misconceptions about these degrees like B.E. is offered by Private Institutes & B.Tech is offered by Government Institutes only, B.Tech curriculum has industrial training semester but in B.E curriculum it is not and B.Tech is valued more than B.E during recruitment.
7-8 years before the main difference between these two degree was that B.E. curriculum was emphasizing on more theoretical part while in B.Tech deals more with practical part but after establishment of various autonomous universities few years back this phenomena gets diluted and both degrees become equivalent with each other in terms of all aspects.
Two types of universities were existed in India after Independence; one were offering the degrees in various field like science, arts, commerce, education as well as engineering too which were name their engineering degree as Bachelor of Engineering (B.E) and second ones were Institutes (IIT's) which were offering degrees in engineering only which were name their engineering degree as Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) means it was differentiating IITians from other engineers only and got continued as time goes. But after years AICTE approved same courses for B.E & B.Tech and that's why other institutes also offer B.Tech now
|Author: Pankil 04 Sep 2012 Member Level: Gold Points : 2 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
In B.Tech student have to study subjects of other branches also such as computer engineering student study the EC branch subject like VLSI. B.Tech student must have knowledge of other branches because industries needs this.
In B.E. course focus on in core subjects of the branches. This is main reason why B.Teach has more priority compare to B.E.
|Author: Madhur Sharma 05 Sep 2012 Member Level: Silver Points : 3 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
Hello Trinadha Rao Sambangi,
Practically, there is no difference. But, if we go a little deep into searching, we would find that the first difference is in names only. B.Tech. seems to be a technical degree and B.E. seems to be an engineering degree. But concepts, things taught are almost same, then why is the difference ? you might be thinking this. See, there are 2 kind of institutions, one that have many courses and others are specific "engineering colleges." Former type of colleges generally offer B.Tech. and latter type of institutions offer B.E.. It is the general thinking of people that B.E. has more scope and has greater value, but it is not so. Both degrees are equivalent and have same value. Hope it helped.
|Author: Gopal Ballav Mishra 05 Sep 2012 Member Level: Silver Points : 1 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
There is no major difference regarding the scope in future between B.E and B.Tech, but the course pattern is slightly different.
In B.Tech, the focus is more on learning practical applications of the theory studied, whereas B.E is more of theory based.
|Author: Priya 06 Sep 2012 Member Level: Silver Points : 2 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
BE and Btech both are same. The difference is only in the names. Btech gives more importance to practical knowledge whereas BE gives importance to theorotical knowledge. Also the name is different because of the universities providing these courses. For example AMIE is similar to Btech and also government approved. But it is not called Btech by others. Just like that different universities give different name to the same course according to the method of studying.
|Author: vivek 08 Sep 2012 Member Level: Silver Points : 2 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
B.E. (Bachelor of Engineering) and B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology) both are same but there names are different because of universities. Generally government universities provide B.Tech. degree where private universities gives B.E degree.
Some people consider that B.Tech has more scope as compared to B.E. but both courses have same scope and are equivalent to each other.
|Author: Trinadha Rao Sambangi 09 Sep 2012 Member Level: Diamond Points : 2 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
JNTU has given engineering degrees in the name of B.Tech. Whereas other universities (Govt.)given degrees is called BE. The private universities are left for their choice either may be BE or B.Tech.
There is no difference both technically and theoretically in two degrees.But only in names itself. The Govt. has to come forward to clear this ambiguity in calling the same status with two different names.
|Author: niraj 09 Sep 2012 Member Level: Bronze Points : 1 Voting Score: 0|
Basically there is a difference between their course contents. Btech has more practical oriented course and BE has theoretical course.
Also while going for job , Btech person gets more preference over BE .
|Author: surendra pratap 09 Sep 2012 Member Level: Bronze Points : 2 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
I think there is not a more difference between B.E. And B.Tech. As my view tha major difference between B.E. And B.Tech is these name difference. The full form of B. E. is Bachelor of Engineering is more theory and knowledge based whereas B.Tech. Bachelor of Technology is more practical or skills oriented.
|Author: K.V.Raghava Rao. 09 Sep 2012 Member Level: Gold Points : 4 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
When I was studying Engineering, it was of 5 years duration and the the degree awarded was B.E.,. The first two years of the course was common to all. During the first two years, we studied subjects in elements of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Civil Engineering. We also had Drawing subject and Surveying practical classes common to all. Only in the third year of the course branches were selected like Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Electronics and the different branches were having separate syllabus and classes.
The B.Tech course is of 4 years duration and the selection of branch is done in the first year. But for the common subjects like English,Mathematics etc., the rest of the subjects are related to their own branches.