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					Opportunities in
Engineering & Technology
               Presentation by
    A.S.Raja
    Asst Professor & Head
    Department of Computer Science and Engineering
    Cape Institute of Technology
What is Engineering?
Engineering is the discipline, art and
profession of acquiring and applying
technical, scientific and mathematical
knowledge to design and implement
materials, structures, machines, devices,
systems, and processes that safely realize
a desired objective or inventions.
  <Engineers’ Council for Professional Development>
Engineer?
 a person who uses scientific knowledge to
 solve practical problems




  September 15th is the Engineer’s day, the birthday of the Indian
  engineering profession Late Sir M.Visweswarayya.
Who Should Study Engineering?
Students who love to innovate things and
for a lifelong education


                              No 1 has one angle.
                              No 2 has two angles.
                              No 3 has three angles.




Students with good attitude
              Great News
   Free Education in
     Govt and Self Financing Engineering
      Colleges
     Medical and Dental Colleges
     Veterinary Colleges
     Law and Agriculture Colleges


    For the First Graduate in any family in
     TamilNadu who joins in Counseling
               ELIGIBILITY

   OC - 60% in Maths, Physics & Chemistry
   BC - 55% in in Maths, Physics & Chemistry
   MBC - 50% in in Maths, Physics &Chemistry
   SC/ST - just pass in HSC
How to get into Engineering ?


    After 10th standard
     After 12th standard
     After B.Sc
               AFTER 10th

   Do 3 years diploma course
   Join under lateral entry scheme directly in
    B.E/B.Tech second year
          After 12th standard

   Directly join in B.E/B.Tech First Year
             AFTER B.Sc
   Join under LATEAL ENTRY SCHEME
    directly in B.E/B.Tech Second Year
   Could have taken Maths as one paper in
    B.Sc
              Courses
 B.E Civil Engineering
 B.E Mechanical Engineering
 B.E Chemical Engineering
 B.E Aeronautical Engineering
 B.E Automobile Engineering
 B.E Computer Science and Engineering
                   Courses
   B.E Electronics and communication Engineering
   B.E Electrical and Electronics Engineering
   B.E Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
   B.E Instrumentation and Control Engineering
   B.E Industrial Engineering
   B.E Geo Information
               Courses
 B.E Ceramic Engineering
 B.E Mechatronics
 B.E Manufacturing Engineering
 B.E Production Engineering
 B.E Metallurgical Engineering
 B.E Mining Information
                   Courses
   B.E Marine Engineering
   B.E Rubber Technology
   B.E Printing Technology
   B.Tech Information Technology
   B.Tech Leather Technology
   B.Tech Polymer Technology
   B.Tech Textile Technology & Textile Chemistry
Annual Salary vs. Experience
according to Sector




       Source: Year 2007 Employment Survey of the IEM
                Nature of Course
   B.E Civil Engineering
   A civil engineer is responsible for planning and
    designing a project, constructing the project to
    the required scale, and maintenance of the
    product.
        Design of Constructions
        Maintenance and Repairing of Constructions
              Constructions include bridges, dams, harbors,
               airports, buildings etc
             Nature of Course
   B.E Civil Engineering
     Civil engineers are employed in all the major
    construction projects carried out by the state or
    central government, the railways, private
    construction companies, military, engineering
    services, consultancy services etc.
    Civil engineering graduates can also go in for
    research and take up teaching or they can open
    their own independent consultancy services.
            Nature of Course
   B.E Mechanical Engineering
       discipline deals with design and production of
        tools, machines and all other mechanical
        equipment to be used in industries.
       Mechanical Engineers are required in automobile,
        chemical, electronics, steel plants, oil exploration
        and refining, technical wings of armed forces,
        space research organisation, etc.
              Nature of Course
   B.E Mechanical Engineering

         Study of Machines used in Industries

         Material Production ways

         Computer aided design of machines
              Nature of Course
   B.E Electronics and Communication
    Engineering

         Study of various Electronic components and
          equipments

         Study of Satellite Communication

         Study of Telecommunication etc
              Nature of Course
   B.E Electrical and Electronics
    Engineering

         Study of various Current Sources

         Study of Power Generation etc
              Nature of Course
   B.E Computer Science and Engineering

         Study of various software

         Study of various hardware

         Study of Programming languages and Tools
           Nature of Course
   B.E Computer Science and Engineering
       System study, analysis, design and programming
        are the main areas which provide various
        probabilities to the computer science and
        engineering graduates to shape themselves in
        their career.
       A computer engineering graduate with a high
        percentage of mark and good communication skill
        are easily absorbed in reputed companies.
 Software is Everywhere
    Think of some of the things that entertain
     and enrich your daily life




• All of the above are driven by software
• Software developers equipped with a
  computer science degree have opportunities
  to work on exciting and cutting-edge projects
              Nature of Course
   B.E Chemical Engineering

         Methodologies for preparation of Petroleum,
          Medicine. Fertilizers etc
              Nature of Course
   B.E Aeronautical Engineering

         Study of aircrafts / airplanes

         Design and Construction of aircrafts / airplanes

         Study of Control Instruments
             Nature of Course
   B.E Automobile Engineering

         Computer based design of Automobiles

         Study of production and maintenance of
          various parts of automobiles
              Nature of Course
   B.Arch

         Study of building infrastructures
           Nature of Course
   B.E Ceramic Engineering

       Study of cement materials
       Study of Tele communication
              Nature of Course
   B.E Rubber Technology

         Study of manufacturing of rubber and rubber
          relevant products
              Nature of Course
   B.Tech Leather Technology

         Study of manufacturing leather and other
          leather relevant materials.
              Nature of Course
   B.E Electronics and Instrumentation
    Engineering

         Study of various Control Instruments In
          industries

         Control of Instruments
Annual Salary vs. Experience
according to employment status




       Source: Year 2007 Employment Survey of the IEM
Annual Salary vs. Experience
according to Academic Qualification




        Source: Year 2007 Employment Survey of the IEM
The Demand for Scientists




                            Source: IEEE Spectrum, August 2008
         Scope of Course(s)

   Employment in Public Sectors

   Employment in Private Sectors

   Self Employment
           AFTER B.E / B.Tech

   Higher Studies (M.E/M.Tech, M.B.A, M.S)
   Placement in public sector
   Placement in private sector
              Higher Studies
   M.E/M.Tech
     In India – GATE (to join IITs)
     In Abroad – GRE


   M.B.A
     In India – CAT (to join IIMs)
     In Abroad – GMAT
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Which College?

        Discipline

        Faculty

        Infrastructure

        Placement

        Project Support
    IIT CENTERS ALL OVER INDIA
   I.I.T. Madras
   I.I.T. Delhi
   I.I.T. Guwahati
   I.I.T. Kanpur
   I.I.T. Kharagpur
   I.I.T. Mumbai
   I.I.T Roorkee
   Indian Institute of Science (IISC), Bangalore
    To join in IIT, you have to write the JEE entrance examination
IIT CENTERS ALL OVER INDIA
     IIMs ALL OVER INDIA
 I.I.M. Ahmedabad
 I.I.M. Lucknow
 I.I.M. Indore
 I.I.M. Kolkata
 I.I.M. Bangalore
 I.I.M. Koahikode
IIMs ALL OVER INDIA
Leading second tier Universities in
             India
    NITS (formerly RECs) ALL OVER
                 INDIA
   NIT, Trichy
   NIT, Warangal
   NIT Bhubaneswar, Orissa
   NIT, Silchar, Assam
   NIT, Calicut, Kerala
   NIT, Durgapur, West Bengal
   NIT, Hamirpur
   NIT, Jalandhar
   NIT, Kurukshetra, Haryana
   NIT, Nagpur
   NIT, Rourkela
   NIT, Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir
   NIT, Surat, Gujarat
   NIT, Suratkal, Karnataka
   NIT, Jamshedpur
Which College?
Which College?
                  Which College?

Aim for Good Projects in your Engineering

NRDC – National Research and Development
Council

Rs. 3 Lakhs for the best innovative project towards
social cause
Rs. 1 Lakhs – Best Research Fellow Award in
Engineering’

Techtop

Rs. 1 Lakh for the best project
Rs. 50,000 and Rs. 30,000 for the second and third

Cape- National Talent Show

Rs. 25,000 for the best project
           Which College?
STIPEND Opportunity @ CAPE
                 DOES
               STUDYING
             EXHAUST YOU?




IT DOESN’T
 EXHAUST
   THEM!
                   THEY ONLY HAVE
DID THEY BUY YOU
ADIDAS, WHEN YOU    THIS BRAND!!!
 WANTED NIKE...?
AND IF, INSPITE OF
EVERYTHING, YOU KEEP
GETTING YOURSELF
WORRIED...

    DON’T COMPLAIN
LOOK AROUND YOU..
THANK GOD
FOR EVERYTHING
THAT HE ALLOWS
YOU TO HAVE IN THIS
BRIEF LIFE...
   Always believe “ I CAN “


        But don’t think, “Only I Can”

                  RUN TO WIN
THANK YOU