B.E Course, Fees, Duration, Eligibility, Colleges, Syllabus & Job
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B.E Course, Fees, Duration, Eligibility, Colleges, Syllabus & Job

19 Dec,2018

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The full form of B.E is Bachelor of Engineering. BE Course is a four-year engineering course which is generally segregated into different branches like Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Computer Science, and others.
There are some more branches which come under the umbrella of the B.E course with the duration of 4 years, these branches are as follow:-

  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Computer Science Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Informational Technology

The syllabus of Bachelor of Engineering may vary from semester to semester, the subjects which deal with the analysis of the contemporary market like Electrical Drives Thermodynamics and others are being taught under this course. Today some of the famous personalities like Sundar Pichai and Satya Nadella has been skid marks to the field of Engineering at the National and International level for representing India in the International technology arena.

List of Engineering Courses

Bachelor of Engineering (BE) Course Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) Course
B.Tech+M.Tech Course B.Tech Electrical Engineering Course
B.Tech Electronics Engineering Course B.Tech Mechanical Engineering Course
B.Tech Biotechnology Course B.Tech CS Course
B.Tech IT Course B.Tech Genetic Engineering Course
B.Tech Mining Engineering Course B.Tech Chemical Engineering Course
B.Tech Agriculture Engineering Course B.Tech Textile Engineering Course
Diploma in Information Technology Course B.Tech Industrial Engineering Course
M.Tech Electrical Engineering Course Diploma in Biotechnology course
Diploma in Computer Science and Engineering Course Diploma in Electrical Engineering Course
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Course Diploma in Electronics Engineering Course
Masters of Engineering (ME) Course Masters of Technology (M.Tech) Course
M.Tech Textile Engineering Course M.Tech Agricultural Engineering Course
M.Tech Biochemical Engineering course M.Tech Chemical Engineering Course
M.Tech Industrial Engineering Course M.Tech Mining Engineering Course
M.Tech Information Technology course M.Tech Genetic Engineering Course
M.Tech Computer Science and Engineering Course M.Tech Biotechnology Course
M.Tech Electronics Engineering Course M.Tech Mechanical Engineering Course

Why Choose B.E Course?

Bachelor of Engineering Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering are some of the foremost applied Branches which is opted by millions of candidates across the nation due to their employment opportunity and scope for higher studies across the world.

Working with some of the leading Tech Companies like General Electric, Bosch, Accenture, Audi, BMW, and others are the dream of so many people who are mostly aspired to the job. During the Internship, the lesson which is taught by the faculty is the most contemporary way for the growth of an individual mind which helps them for the placement opportunities in future.

After the completion of the B.E Course, the applicant can apply for a Master of Engineering (ME) or Masters of Technology (M.Tech).

Eligibility Criteria for Bachelor of Engineering (B.E Course):

The basic eligibility criteria which are set for pursuing BE degree is qualifying 10+2 or equivalent examination, with the core subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with a reasonably high percentage of marks.

Some of the colleges and universities conduct the entrance exams at the national and state levels all over the world such as Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test (BITSAT), Vellore Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam (VIT JEE) etc

An examination is also conducted by the Associate Membership of the Institute of Engineers (AMIE), which enables the working of the people in both private/public sector and also for the diploma holders to acquire a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering through distance education.

Admission Procedure for B.E. Course:

For the admission process in the Bachelor of Engineering, the candidate has to go through the Nationwide entrance exams which are conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

Mentioned below there are some exams which are related to admission for the Bachelor of Engineering course:

  • Joint Entrance Exam Mains [JEE Mains].
  • Joint Entrance Exam Advance [ JEE Advance].

The entrance exams which are related to the Independent University exams:

  • Birla Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam [BITJEE].
  • Vellore Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam [VIT JEE].
  • SRM Joint Entrance Exam [SRMJEE]
  • Manipal Entrance Test [MET].
  • Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Exam [KIIT JEE]

Some of the entrance exams conducted by the State:

  • Kerala Engineering Medical Agriculture Entrance Exam [KEAM].
  • West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam [WBJEE]
  • Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (APEAMCET)
  • Assam Common Entrance Examination [ACEE]
  • Gujarat Common Entrance Test
  • Himachal Pradesh Technical University (HPTU)
  • Jharkhand Engineering Entrance Competitive Examination (JEECE)
  • Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations(JKCET)

B.E Course Syllabus & Subjects:

The syllabus of BE depends on the semesters. The following table shows the full syllabus of Bachelor of Engineering:

Chemistry-I
Chemical Thermodynamics
Dynamics of Chemical Processes
Electronics
Water
Polymers
Engineering Mechanics
Basics
Statics of Particles
Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies
Properties of Surfaces and Solids
Friction
Dynamics of Particles
Elements of Rigid Body Dynamics
Mathematics-I
Matrices
Three Dimensional Analytical Geometry
Geometrical Applications of Differential Calculus
Functions of Several Variables
Ordinary Differential Equations
Tutorial
Physics-I
Properties of Matter
Acoustics
Heat and Thermodynamics
Optics
Laser and Fibre Optics
Chemistry Lab
Computer Practice-I
Fundamentals of Computers and Operating Systems
Office Automation
Practical
Workshop Practice
Sheet Metal
Welding
Fitting
Carpentry
Foundry
Smithy
Physics Lab
Programming and Data Structures
Program Development
C Language
Linear Data Structures
Nonlinear Data Structures
Searching, Sorting, and Files
Tutorial
Discrete Mathematics
Logic
Combinatory
Groups 
Lattices 
Graphs
Tutorial
Mathematics-II
Multiple Integrals
Vector Calculus
Analytic Functions
Complex Integration
Statistics
Semiconductor Physics and Electronics
Semiconducting Materials
Modern Engineering Materials
Optoelectronic Switching Devices
Fibre Optical Communications
Magnetic / Optical Data Storage Materials
Engineering Graphics
Principles of Graphics
Orthographic Projections
Pictorial Projections
Computer Graphics
Introduction to Analysis of Algorithms
Advanced-Data Structures 
Algorithm Analysis
Sorting and String Matching Algorithms
Graph Algorithms
"Hard" Problems
Tutorial
Digital Systems
Number Systems And Boolean Algebra
Combinational Logic
Sequential Logic
Algorithmic State Machines(ASM)
Tutorial
System Software
Introduction
Assemblers
Loaders and Linkers
Macro processors
Compilers and Utilities
Database Management Systems
Introduction
Relational Approach
Database Design
Implementation Techniques
Current Trends
Electrical Engineering and Control Systems
Electrical Circuits
DC Machines and Transformers (Qualitative Treatment Only)
Induction Motors and Special Machines (Qualitative Treatment Only)
Control System
State Space Variable
Tutorials
Mathematics-III
Partial Differential Equations
Fourier Series
Boundary Value Problems
Laplace Transforms
Fourier Transforms
System Software and DBMS Lab
System Software Lab Experiments Implement Based on the Following
Mini Project
Digital Lab
Object-Oriented Programming
Introduction
Classes
Inheritance and Polymorphism
Templates
Java Programming
Computer Architecture
Introduction
Arithmetic and Logic Unit
Processor Unit
Memory System
Input/Output and Peripheral
Tutorial
Interactive Computer Graphics
Introduction
Curves, Surfaces, and Solids
Transformations
Hidden Surface Elimination
Colour Models
Tutorial
Artificial Intelligence
Introduction
Logic and Reasoning
Knowledge Representation
Reasoning with Incomplete and Uncertain Knowledge
Planning And Learning
Electronic Circuits
Introduction
Amplifier Circuits and Systems
Operational Amplifier
Waveform Generator and Wave-Shaping
Signal Conditioning and Data Conversion
Tutorial
Probability and Queuing Theory
Probability and Random Variables
Two-Dimensional Random Variables
Random Processes
Markov Chain and Reliability
Queuing Theory
Tutorial
Object-Oriented Programming Lab
C++ Programming
Java Programming
Electronics Lab

Top 10 Colleges for B.E Course (Bachelor of Engineering)-

  • IIT Delhi, Delhi
  • IIT Mumbai, Mumbai
  • IIIT, Hyderabad, Hyderabad
  • IIT Kharagpur
  • IIT Kanpur, Kanpur
  • BITS, Pilani
  • College of Engineering, Guindy
  • NIT Karnataka
  • VIT University
  • College of Engineering, Pune

Placement Opportunities:

  • Infosys Limited
  • Tata Consultancy Services Limited(TCS)
  • Hindustan Computers Limited(HCL)
  • Accenture
  • Google
  • Wipro

Jobs and Scope for Bachelor of Engineering:

  • Design Engineer
  • Quality Control Engineer
  • Development Engineer
  • Computer Architect
  • Professor
  • Computer Networking Engineer
  • Computer Operator
  • Computer Hardware Engineer
  • Support Engineer
  • Hardware & Network Administrator

Salary Package Offers After Completing B.E Course:

After completing a Bachelor of Engineering one can earn according to his job profile and skills like a Computer Science Engineer can earn an average of Rs 3.0 lakh to Rs 3.5 lakh per annum in an IT sector with the designation of Software developer etc.

Similarly, in the case of an Electrical Engineer, he can earn Rs 4.0 lakh to Rs 4.5 lakh with the designations of a product engineer and Design Engineer.

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