What is Difference between BE and B.Tech
After passing 12th candidates who passes from science stream have the utmost urge to go for engineering. But some candidates may have the confusion about the degrees offered in engineering coerces specially between BE and B.Tech. So, here we have dealt with some points that might clear up the idea of BE and B. Tech and help you to understand their differences.
Actually after independence universities generally used to offer BE degrees to persons pursuing engineering courses and apart from that these universities also offered many other degrees other than BE. But then some other institutes were formed where only engineering degrees were given and now the students pursuing engineering degrees from these institutes were offered the degree of B.Tech. But now-a-days trend of B.Tech has come to market. Many institutes that offered BE degrees are now converting them into B.Tech. All in all there no such difference between these degrees achieved.
In other words if one investigates further then there is no difference between these courses but in depth in BE a candidate learns about the theoretical aspects more than the practical aspects whereas in B.Tech it is just the vice-versa.
BE: (Bachelor of engineering)
it is a 4 year UG course. This course inculcates into you about the theoretical knowledge about a specific field. After doing this course there are various opportunities such as in various public and private organization, do further research in this field or else one can go for M.E.
Eligibility: A minimum 50% mark in 12th is required to get admission in colleges giving this degree plus you should have PCM combination of subjects in your class 12 th .
Some Colleges that offer this course:
Apart from government colleges such as IIT and NIT's there are private colleges also that offer this degree. Netaji Subhas Institute of technology, university of Mumbai is one such private institute that offers BE degree in engineering.
B.Tech: (Bachelor of technology)
it is a 4 year professional course. Here emphasis is laid on the practical implication of the theoretical knowledge. Candidates enrolling for this course would get most practical knowledge compared to that of theoretical aspect. After doing this, one could go for civil service examination like appearing for IES (Indian engineering services), or else go for higher studies such as M.Tech or work for different public and private organization.
Eligibility: 12th passed with minimum 50% marks with subject combination of mathematics, chemistry and physics. You can appear for various entrance exams such as AIEEE, IIT and state level engineering exams to get enrolled for this course.
Institutes that offer this degree. Includes all the IIT's and NIT's and apart from this many more private colleges have opened that offer this courses.