After a bachelor’s degree, be it a simple B. Sc or a BTech or BE, students may want to think of a higher degree. But which one should you choose? What are your options? Where should you go for them abroad – US or Europe – or within India.
What are the best courses to do after obtaining an engineering degree
Cultivating engineers as early as junior high school is the way to impress upon the students the merits of engineering. For this to happen, the approach to the content-heavy theory only curriculum needs to be changed. Also, the students need to be exposed to the engineering marvels around them.
While doctors and nurses have been the heroes of the actual fight with Covid-19, only and actual vaccine can now save the world. For an effective COVID-19 vaccine, the latest people of the hour are the biotech engineers who will have to find the cure for this virus, quite literally.
The fascinating field of engineering, which was once believed to be nothing more than a science, has evolved to become a culmination of technical science and arts—dreaming, calculating, creating and innovating—all to solve a problem.
Students aiming for white-collar careers can set goals as early as high school. A combination of planning, preparation, and hard work will guide them to achieve their dream job, irrespective of the sector, says young Business Analyst Agastya Ramesh.
Choosing an engineering stream to study should not be based on what will be most lucrative, but which one will use your interests and aptitude the best. So go for combinations that will hold your interest in the long run than the immediate placement after the four-year course.
Industry and academic experts in India are now calling for a formal education in artificial intelligence (AI). They say there is an immediate need for degree courses and professional training programmes for AI.