Technical Education plays a vital role in human resource development of the country by creating skilled manpower, enhancing industrial productivity and improving the quality of life of its people. Technical Education covers programmes in engineering, technology, management, architecture, town planning, pharmacy, applied arts & crafts, hotel management and catering technology.
Polytechnic courses are ideal for those students who wish to build a career in technical and professional fields. As the focus is more on application-based learning, students are found to be technical sound with essential concepts and systems. Students holding polytechnic diplomas typically find jobs right after college due to their practical skills earned at the Polytechnic. Key benefits:
- Shorter course duration (2-3 years)
- Emphasis on “learning by doing”
- Plenty of job opportunities
- Affordable fee structure
A polytechnic college by definition is an institution offering higher education in a wide spectrum of subjects which are predominantly technical in nature. In comparison to mainstream study, a polytechnic college aims more at applied aspects of education and less at the theoretical ones. A great majority of polytechnic colleges offer polytechnic diplomas and courses in vocational and technical subjects.
It is due to the quality of education in polytechnic diplomas and polytechnic courses offered by Sanskriti, that there are an invariably high number of polytechnic admissions in the university every year. All polytechnic diplomas offered by Sanskriti university are mentioned below: –
- Diploma in Computer Science & Engineering
- Diploma in Civil Engineering
- Diploma in Electrical Engineering
- Diploma in Mining
- Diploma in Electronics & Communication Engineering
- Diploma in Mechanical (Automobile) Engineering
- Diploma in Mechanical (Production) Engineering
- Diploma after 10+2 Civil Engineering
- Diploma after 10+2 Computer Science & Engineering
- Diploma after 10+2 Electrical Engineering
- Diploma after 10+2 Electronics & Communication Engineering
- Diploma after 10+2 Mechanical (Automobile) Engineering
- Diploma after 10+2 Mechanical (Production) Engineering
When it comes to technical and applied subjects, the need for hands-on experience is extensively high. Students studying polytechnic courses at Sanskriti University have in them, a blend of skill and knowledge, which when works hand in hand, brings about absolute transformation.
- A skillful learning experience leading to a successful professional
- Well-furnished & aesthetic classrooms with modern equipment
- Laboratories with latest top-of-the-line tools
- Hangout spots in and around the campus and the joyous city of Mathura
- Serene environment at the campus equipped fortified with safety measures
The top five engineering entrance exams taken by a large number of students each year are:
What is the difference between a BE and BTech degree?The key difference between these two degree programmes is with respect to the course material taught and the orientation of the programme. The following table captures the points of difference between these two programmes.
|Difference between BE and B.Tech|
|BE is more theoretical and knowledge oriented. It is study based on theory.||B.Tech is a skill/data oriented. The course is more of application engineering.|
|The course deals with engineering aspects of Science||The course deals with the technical aspects of Science|
|The course is applied to develop innovative equipments and useful technical gadgets in Science and Technology.||The course applies the principles of engineering and technology to modify structures and thereby enhance their quality.|
- 3-year BE/B.Tech after Diploma in Engineering
- 4-year BE/B.Tech after Class 12
Required Skill set for BE/BTech
|Ability to communicate – verbal and written||Familiarity with Industry Standards|
|Knowledge of the core subject||Teamwork|
|Application of the knowledge||Leadership Skills|
|Analytical & Creative thinking||Acquaintance with Computers & IT|
Eligibility Criteria for BE/BTechThe basic eligibility requirement for admissions to any BTech programme is:
- Candidates must have passed Class 10+2 exam from a recognised board with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as core subjects.
- They must also have secured a minimum aggregate marks of 60% in the above subjects combined.
BE/BTech: Types of Job profiles and Top recruitersThe job opportunities for BTech graduates are huge in technical fields. Any graduate who has successfully pursued a BTech degree can get a job in almost all the sectors in India. Besides being hired as engineers, BTech graduates are also hired as consultants, subject matter experts, researchers, managers etc. Take a look at some of the popular job profiles for BTech graduates below.
Types of job profiles for BTech graduates
|Computer Science Engineer||Mining Engineer|
|Mechanical Engineer||Ceramic Engineer|
|Civil Engineer||Production Engineer|
|Automobile Engineer||Robotics Engineer|
|Chemical Engineer||Electronics & Communication Engineer|
|Aeronautical Engineer||Product Manager|
|Marine Engineer||Construction Engineer|
|Aerospace Engineer||Telecommunication Engineer|
What is M.E./M.Tech?Full form of ME is Master of Engineering and that of MTech is Master of Technology. MTech is a professional postgraduate engineering master degree programme awarded to candidates after completion of two years of study in the discipline of engineering. This degree is predicated in a specific branch of engineering. In India, the ME/MTech degree is offered across various specializations. These specializations include Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, VLSI, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering etc.
This degree course is offered under the following categories:
- Regular (Full-Time)
- Sponsored (Full-Time)
- Part Time Mtech
- Project Staff (For those who are presently working on sponsored projects)
Difference between ME and M.TechAs mentioned above, ME stands for Master of Engineering while MTech stands for Master of Technology. The key difference between these two degrees is in terms of their practical impact, course material and orientation.
|M.E. is known as Masters of Engineering||M.Tech. is known as Masters of Technology.|
|M.E. is more of a knowledge oriented.||M.Tech. is more of a skill oriented.|
|M.E. is usually designed for students who plan for employment upon graduation and who are already in the engineering workforce.||M.Tech. is designed to produce Research Engineers who can get the position of “Technologist” in the industries and research institutes.|
|M.E. emphasizes on in-depth concept clarification of facts.||M.Tech. emphasizes on practical exposure of conceptual knowledge.|
|M.E. is mostly preferred by private universities or self-affiliated colleges. For instance IIT.||M.Tech. is offered by colleges affiliated by various universities.|
|M.E. is conventional term used for majorly theory based study.||M.Tech. involves use of technology and other aided stuff.|
Eligibility Criteria for ME/MTechThe basic eligibility requirement for admission to ME/MTech programme is:
- Candidates who have completed their BE/BTechdegree with a valid score in GATE are eligible for ME/MTech degree course.
- Candidates who have completed a 5-year program in Science or Applied Sciences resulting in the award of a Master of Science degree are also eligible for Master of Engineering course.
- Admission is based on rank obtained in the entrance test conducted for ME./MTech.
Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE): Entrance Exam for MTechGraduate Aptitude Test in Engineering or populalrly known as GATE is a national-level engineering exam condcuted every year for admission to postgraduate and doctorate level courses at IITs, NITs and IIITs. The exam is jointly conducted by seven IITs (Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Guwahati, Kharagpur, Madras and Roorkee) and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. Various government and private institutions across the country accept the GATE score for admission to their MTech programmes. Moreover, Public Sector Units (PSUs) also recruit engineers through GATE. In 2020, GATE will be organised by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi in online mode on February 1, 2, 8 and 9. GATE 2020 will be conducted in 25 papers including the newly added subject, Biomedical Engineering. Application forms for GATE 2020 will be available from September 3, 2019 and the last date to apply for the same is September 24. GATE scores will be valid for a period of three years from the date of the release of the GATE 2020 result i.e. March 16.
ME/MTech: Types of Job profiles and Top recruitersThe job opportunities for ME/MTech graduates are huge in technical fields. Any graduate who has successfully pursued the ME/MTech degree can get a job in almost all the sectors in India. Besides being hired as engineers, ME/MTech graduates are also hired as consultants, subject matter experts, researchers, managers, etc. Herein some of the popular job profiles for ME/MTech graduates.
|Computer Science Engineer||Chief Engineer|
|Software Engineer||Ceramic Engineer|
|Mechanical Engineer||Software Developer|
|Electronics Engineer||Civil Engineer|
|Mining Engineer||Production Engineer|
|Electronics and Communication Engineer||Automobile Engineer|
|IBM Global Services||ISRO|
|Accenture Services||Mahindra and Mahindra Limited|
|HCL Technologies||Triveni Turbine Limited|
|Mckinsey Knowledge Centre||Rubrik and Uber|
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