BE or B.Tech: What is the Basic Difference?

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Candidates can specialize in B. Tech or B. E. and gain knowledge about these engineering fields. Whether you chose B. Tech or B. E, there are a wide number of degrees available at the different educational institutions. There are many differences between the two

courses that a candidate must know about. Having an idea about the courses will enable you to pick the best course for your needs. 


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This is a skill-oriented course that focuses on the main branches from the first year itself.


The course is spread over eight semesters and takes four years to complete.


A candidate must have completed their class 12 board exams in the Science stream with Physics and Chemistry as the main subjects. The candidate must also have scored 50 percent minimal marks to apply for the course.
JEE Mains, GUJCET are some of the entrance exams that a candidate has to appear for getting admission in the educational institutions. 


This is a data oriented course and is a theory based course. The student in this field needs to study other subjects from the other branches.


There are eight semesters in total spread over four years.


A candidate has to score fifty percent marks in their class 12 board exams. The candidate must have studied Science in their class 12 exams with Physics and Chemistry as the main subjects. For getting admission in many colleges, the candidates might have to sit for entrance examinations.

Which is better- B.E. or B. Tech?

Both these courses have their importance in the industry. If you are interested in hardware manufacturing, then B. E is suitable for you. If you however want to make hardware more efficient and modify them, then B. Tech is the right choice for you. 
What course you will choose will depend on the interest and the future plans of the student. In present times, B. E or B. Tech degree is not superior to each other. They are at par with each other.
Job prospects after completing B. Tech and B. E.

The job prospects that one can get from both the degrees are same. After completing B. Tech and B. E, one can opt for higher studies and complete M. Tech or M. E. both the degrees have equal importance and they are considered equal not only in India but also abroad. One can get jobs in the public and private sectors. For getting jobs in the public and the private sectors, one needs to score 60 percent marks in their B. E or B. Tech courses.

These are some of the differences between the two courses B. Tech and B. E. Having complete understanding of the two courses will ensure that you pick and select the course that is most suited for you.

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