Which engineering course is right for you?

If you enjoy exploring new technology, understanding systems, and are interested in technical or scientific issues, then a degree in engineering can open up a whole world of possibilities.

Just about everything we rely on in our everyday lives was either invented, designed or produced by an engineer. From roads and railways to computers and mobile phones, the energy that powers homes and medical equipment that saves lives. Engineers solve problems and challenges, developing faster, safer or more cost-effective ways of doing things.

If you’re interested in studying engineering, there are many different options for you to consider before making your choice.

Civil engineering

Civil engineers design and build the infrastructure that makes our cities and towns work. Bridges, buildings, transport and roads, civil engineers are always looking for new ways to make things safer and stronger, more sustainable, and less expensive. You could be part of any stage, whether it is the design, maintenance or construction of public or private buildings, roads, bridges, and sewage systems, for example. This type of engineering is concerned with natural or physically built environments that are used by the general population.

Biomedical engineering

While civil engineers work on large physical projects like dams, bioengineers spend their days looking through a microscope, working with organisms at a cellular level. They are developing more accurate ways to diagnose diseases, better ways to treat them, and often work as part of a team with other engineers and scientists. They can spend a great deal of time preparing, conducting and reflecting on research projects or trials. As a biomedical engineer, you could be working with artificial organs, surgical robots, advanced prosthetics, or new pharmaceutical drugs. As the work varies greatly, this type of engineering is further subdivided into specific role titles, such as: biomedical electronics, biomaterials, computational biology, medical imaging, bio-nanotechnology, and orthopaedic engineering to name just a few.

Electrical engineering

Do you enjoy figuring out circuits or building robots? Electrical engineers are in big demand as the pace of technological change escalates. We need more effective ways to connect networks and automate processes. You could work with car circuits or build robotic technologies that automate certain technical tasks. You might work in the field or in the office managing a team involved at community, local or government level or in the private sector. Areas of work could include avionics, medical electronics, automotive systems and electrical power generation.

Mechanical engineering

What makes a wind turbine work, or an air-conditioning unit keep us cool? Mechanical engineers have the answer, and they are constantly looking for new and better ways to design, develop and manufacture transport, pumps, machinery or equipment. As one of the most established engineering disciplines, mechanical engineering includes physics, mathematics, material science principles. All of these areas need to be combined in order to design, analyse, manufacture and maintain mechanical systems. You could be working from nano-level to aircraft size projects, so the work opportunities are numerous.

PV Solar engineering

PGP in "Renewable Energy Project Finance" personal leadership education collegiate course. Certification offered by Institute of Solar Technology (IST) in academic partnership with University of Petroleum and Energy Studies.
Solar is a leading renewable energy investment advisory boutique, focused on solar PV and become finance specialists. Solar has combined its investment management and project financing, with its deep knowledge become successfully developer and advisor throughout the globe.
This course covers technical details needed to assess potential residential, commercial Renewable Energy projects and to present accurate proposals. Discussed in detail: safety, site analysis, design, performance, costing, subsidy, financial-benefit analyses, financing options ...

Electric Vehicle engineering 

PGP on Electric Vehicle Powertrain:
Earn a Post Graduate Certificate in Electric Vehicle Powertrain from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Academy of EV Technology. You will learn the unique skills that industry needs to build the next generation of advanced electric vehicles. If you would like learn in-depth on EV subsystems, there are amazing courses been offered by University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Academy of EV Technology.
Job Opportunities: as a engineer or BDM at Electric Vehicle Manufacturing unit, EV battery manufacturing unit, EV charger manufacturing unit, EV motor, powertrain etc. Salary Range Rs.3L to 5L/Year and more.