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The B.Tech Degree and Its Various Specialisations: Everything You Need to Know

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The B.Tech Degree and Its Various Specialisations: Everything You Need to Know

B.Tech is one of the most popular choices among UG admission aspirants. According to the Ministry of Education, 12.62% in 2019-20 of UG admission seekers wanted to secure a seat in B Tech Engineering courses, which is equivalent to 8 to 10 lakh of aspirants. A BTech course offers one of the most lucrative careers, and hence colleges receive a huge number of applicants every year.

Through this blog, we shall tell you everything about the B.Tech degree from the admission process to the best B Tech specialization and career prospects.

About BTech Course

A BTech the Engineering course is available in multiple specialisations which span over 4 years. Mansarovar Global University offers BTech with specialization to its students catering to different fields of interest. Let us look at the major course highlights of the course-

B Tech course details

Course type Under-Graduation
Duration 4 years.
Eligibility Min. 50% in Class 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Maths as subjects from the recognised board.
Course fees Rs. 75,000 to Rs. 90,000 Per year
Exam mode Semester-wise

Details on BTech Specialization

At Mansarovar Global University, the course is offered in multiple fields. You shall find major subjects associated with each discipline here.

B Tech specialization list Major subjects
Computer Science/IT Programming Fundamentals, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Networks, Design & Algorithm analysis, Advanced JAVA, Database management system, Cryptography & Network Security.
Eligibility Min. 50% in Class 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Maths as subjects from the recognised board.
Electronics & Communication Advanced Electronics, Embedded systems, Modern Physics, Satellite communication, Microwave engineering, VLSI, Digital system design, Microcontroller and processor, Optical Fibre communication
Electrical Power System; Elements of Electrical Design and Costing;
Engineering Signals & Systems; Theory and Performance of Electrical Machines; High Voltage Engineering; Electrical Machine Design; Advanced Power System-I; Renewable Energy Technology
Mechanical Thermodynamics; Material science and metallurgy; Electrical Machines and Electronics; Non-Conventional Energy Sources Fluid Mechanics; Computer-Aided Design; Operation Research Refrigeration & Air Conditioning; Machine Design; Lean Manufacturing; IOT & Smart Manufacturing; Robotics & AI
Automobile Product Design & Value Engineering, Industrial Tribology

Other branches offered at Mansarovar Global University are- Chemical, Mining and Fire Safety.

Things to Keep in Mind While Opting for Specialisation

Choosing a specialization within engineering is an important decision that can influence your career prospects and trajectory. Some of the key factors that you should consider when opting for an engineering specialization are

Interest and Passion

Opt for a specialization that aligns with your interests. Identify the core subjects of each branch, which will give an idea regarding the concerned field. Take into account your strengths, to identify your interest. For instance, if your interest lies in dealing with Chemical laboratories and the subject, consider applying for Chemical Engineering.

Also Read : Complementing other branches: Chemical Engineering

Long-Term Career Goals

Each specialization offers diverse job opportunities in certain industries. It would be helpful if you have a dream industry to work for. For instance, if you aspire to work in L&T and other heavy industries-based companies, Mechanical Engineering would be suitable for you.

Research on Industry Demand

Identity current and projected job market demand for the specialization you're considering. You can take guidance from mentors or industry experts to identify the job roles, which are lucrative according to you in a certain region. Also, consider the earning potential of different specialisations to arrive at a decision.

Work-Life Balance

Research the typical work environment and demands of the specialization. Some fields might involve more travel, longer hours, or higher stress levels than others. You can also identify the diversity of jobs offered by a certain specialization. For instance, you can secure opportunities in Electronics, hardware and software industries with Electronics and Communication Engineering.

Lifelong Learning

Engineering is a dynamic field that evolves rapidly. Choosing a specialization that encourages continuous learning and professional development would be beneficial to stay relevant. For instance, with a Computer Science degree, you would need to constantly upskill yourself with new programming languages, technological advancements, etc.

Also Read : Environmental Engineering

Career After BTech Course

Career opportunities after BTech courses are immense. You can develop your career in the following ways-

Private Sector

  • Secure placements with top recruiters from college, off-campus or by individual applications. Major companies that hire BTech graduates are Accenture, TCS, Wipro, Amazon, etc.
  • Entrepreneurship- You can open your venture/ startup as per your interest and expertise.

Govt. Sector

  • PSUs like ONGC, BHEL, NALCO, etc offer lucrative engineering positions with a valid GATE score in your specialization.
  • You can work for different ministries and departments of the govt. Through Engineering services examination.


  • M.Tech/ MS- For M.Tech you need a valid GATE score in most colleges. You can pursue overseas education through MS, with a valid GRE/GMAT/IELTS/TOEFL score.
  • MBA and other masters- You can divert to other streams through business studies and even secure a seat in master's courses from other disciplines.

Research and Development

  • Be a part of the research field, through PhD or enrol with a research institute of national importance for finding solutions to unresolved problems.


B Tech all courses are highly dynamic due to the diversity within them. They meet diverse interests and hence are one of the most lucrative career options. The job security associated with it along with multiple avenues to pursue masters makes it an excellent career choice for new aspirants.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Which is better BE or BTech?

    The curriculum of both BE and BTech courses are similar. However, BTech is more skill-oriented while BE is inclined towards theoretical knowledge.

  • What is better after BTech?

    Career trajectory is determined by the individual. If you are getting a desired placement opportunity or wish to pursue entrepreneurship, you can indulge yourself in practice. Students often ponder over which is better after BTech MTech or MBA. If you want to pursue specialised knowledge, you can pursue MTech or MS. You can also diversify your career options with an MBA.

  • Which BTech is best for future?

    B Tech best course depends on various factors like interest, career prospects and industry demand. However, as per generalized parameters, the best course in BTech is often considered Computer Science, IT, Electronics & Communication, and Mechanical Engineering.

  • What is the highest salary after BTech?

    BTech graduates' average salary for freshers in India stands at 2.8 LPA. The salary is determined by job role, industry, experience and geographical region. The highest salary can be beyond 50 LPA in some cases.