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    Which Engineering branch is better in Non-IT sector engineering field?


    Aspiring to take up a government job? confused about which engineering course to opt for? Find advice from experts on this page.

    Recently my X+II are completed and now I want to do engineering course in non-IT from private college. But I am still confused which branch is good. I want to do a government job in future in central, state or PSUs. Out of Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics & Telecommunications or Civil Engineering, at present which one is suitable for government jobs in India?

    Experts: do suggest.
  • #139244
    So you want to serve to the people in government sector, it is very well and congratulations to you for successfully completing your X+2.In Engineering each branch has it's significant role . According to me out of ME,EEE,ECE and CIVIL Branches I prefer Mechanical branch as which has some major advantages over the rest .If you will get good rank in GATE examination, then you definitely receive the fruits of your education. As there are so many job opportunities in the government sector through GATE. Thus, this is highly achievable by ME because out of all opportunities ME leads the table.Many of the jobs mostly related to Mechanical. But you said that you wish to join in non IT course in a private college .So it wil also gives satisfaction to you in government sector through ME .Even though if you can't be able take the GATE examination. You can get job in government through mechanical with your graduate degree which includes your percentage.So as per has my knowledge ME is good choice in non-IT course especially in private college.

  • #139245
    The job opportunities are better in mechanical engineering. Mech. Engg is comparatively easy to study and has huge job opportunities in private as well as PSU. BHEL has more than 80% of its staff mechanical engineers. SAIL, BDL, Railway, Defense services etc. are full of opportunities.
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  • #139246
    At first congratulations for completing X+2 and wish you a bright future ahead.
    For doing engineering course in non-IT from private college Both Mechanical and Civil Engineering Branch can be selected based on your choice and interest as both the branches are good job yielding in government sector jobs in central, state or PSUs. Currently all job openings contains Mechanical Engineering vacancies and they are in large quantity. In Mechanical Engineering there are many scopes to get job in various State Central or PSUs like ONGC, NTPC, BHEL, SAIL, GAIL etc. though GATE Score. One needs to perform well and get a good score card as everyone's choice lies between these PSUs. There is also possibility to get job without GATE in State and Central Government sectors by participating in their written test followed by interview.

    Civil Engineering has also emerged as good job gaining branch of Engineering and one can gets a lot of job opportunity in this branch of Engineering. Mostly a fair amount of vacancies of Civil Engineering comes from State and Central Government Sectors. Also Civil Engineering is a prestigious job especially when you are in government sector jobs.

  • #139391
    If you want to do engineering in non-IT sector, in my view first your interest is most important to choose the branch. All engineering branches are good in its related field. In private engineering collages present time admission is very easy.
    • If your interest is in automobile industry or manufacturing industries you can take mechanical engineering or Automobile engineering. There are so many PSUs or central government jobs in manufacturing fields like, power plant manufacturing industries, locomotives industries or railways.
    • If your interest in telecom sector choose electrical or EC & telecommunications branch. In this fields also so many government jobs in India like, BSNL, Parshar Bharthi etc.
    • And now a present day infrastructure sector is on peak position in India or abroad. There are many infrastructure companies giving opportunities for civil or architecture engineering. Also central or state government civil engineering vacancies like, CPWD,PWD,Irrigation,Railways etc. has more vacancies than above mentioned two branches but its job nature is different from above two branches because it's a field job.
    So, first your interest is important first set mind in one way then select engineering branch and do, four years with full dedication.

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