List of engineering branches in India

engineering branches in India

Engneering has been and is likely set to continue as one of the most popular undergraduate courses being pursued by students in India. The fact that more than 13 lakh engineering aspirants had registered to appear for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2018 (the national level common entrance exam for admission to engineering colleges,) according to the Times of India, is proof enough that engineering is a popular option for undergraduate studies in India.

Once a student has decided to pursue an engineering course (Bachelor of Technology, B.Tech. or Bachelor of Engineering, B.E.) after completing school, the most significant question he has is about the engineering specialisation. “Which is the best engineering branch?” is the most common query among many engineering aspirants.

More often than not, students end up choosing one of the well-known and “popular” engineering branches, irrespective of their interest and aptitude for it. This may happen because of lack of sufficient information about the various options that exist. The engineering colleges and institutes of India offer a multitude of branches that are diverse and span across a wide range of domains.


(Also read: 8 Steps to Help You Choose the Right Engineering College)

We have compiled a list of various engineering branches and engineering courses that are offered across engineering institutes in India. Engineering aspirants can learn more about the popular engineering specialisations in India and also discover new, off-beat engineering specialisations to choose for academic year 2016 – 2017:

List of various engineering specializations & engineering courses in India

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About Nishatha Abraham Bijeesh

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About Nishatha Abraham Bijeesh
Nishatha has been writing about education in India and abroad for the last 9 years. She has been in the digital marketing industry for 8+ years and specializes in content marketing. Nothing annoys her more than slow wi-fi, incorrect usage of the apostrophe and people mispronouncing her name. She prefers not to talk about herself in the third person, but reluctantly, had to do so here!