BE Course

A Comprehensive Guide on BE Course | Jobs, Salary, Subjects, Syllabus

B.E., B.Eng. Or Bachelor of Engineering is a U.G. or Undergraduate academic degree, which a student gets when they can 4 or 5 years of engineering study from any university.

Normal The B.E. course duration is 4 years or 8 semesters, but if someone enrolls in the integrated D.D. ( Dual-Degree ) course, then it extends to 5 years or 10 semesters.

The B.E. course mainly focuses on scientific theory concepts and experiments. After some time, students turn these theories and experient into reality.

As a student, you’ll need to learn and work on your scientific theories so that later on, you can find practical answers/solutions.

One main reason why a lot of people every year pursue B.E. is, it is the most reputed degree among other degrees. Cause people who study it, later on, help to develop the country by using new technologies.

Most pursue branches of engineering is Mechanical, Civil, and Electrical, as these branches consider the mother of all branches.
If you are wondering exactly how many branches are there in engineering. Then I have mentioned all engineering branches in the types of engineering point.

Now there is a big confusion most students have about B.E. and B.Tech. They think that both are the same but not really. The syllabus of both courses are almost the same. But the main difference between both is, the B.E. is a knowledge-oriented and plain engineering.

But the B.Tech is skill-oriented and technology-based engineering. There is a thinner line between both that is why most students get confused.

What is B.E. Course?

Bachelor of Engineering or B.E. is a 4 years or 8 Semesters course, but if a student pursues or go for an integrated Dual-Degree course, then the degree can take 5 years or 10 Semesters.

During the course, you’ll learn about many scientific theory concepts and perform many experiments. You’ll also learn about trending technologies that are related to Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, I.T., and Software.

Some big companies like Microsoft, Uber, Amazon, Google give job opportunities to students, and this one of the reasons why this degree is so popular among students.

Admission Process

Like any other bachelor’s degree, you can’t just take direct admission to a college. Cause majority of engineering colleges of India, only let the student apply for admission when they have clear an entrance examination. But also some colleges let the student take direct admission. So let’s talk about both.

Direct Admission

Although there are only a few colleges, you’ll find in India that provides direct admission. But if you found one, then you need to come under their eligibility criteria. Which I mentioned below:-

  • A student must have completed their 12th or 10+2 education for a recognized board.
  • A student must have completed 12th with science or PCM stream. Any other stream will not approve.
  • The percentage must be more than 50%, and most college demands 75%.

Entrance Examination

Now the majority of colleges in India approve a student for admission only when they clear or appear in the entrance examination.

There many colleges who have their entrance exam. But there is one entrance exam that you can do and will approve by the majority of colleges in India.

That examination is the Joint Entrance Exam or JEE. There are two stages of JEE. The first one is JEE Mains, in this, you’ll face a paper that is three hours long and will contain MCQ ( Multiple Choice Questions ).

These Multiple Choice Questions will come from PCM or Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

The next one is the JEE Advance. Once you clear the JEE Mains paper successfully now, you’ll face the JEE Advance paper.

Once you clear the JEE Advance Paper now, you’ll have a chance to get admission to the best colleges and IITs of India.

IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Kharagpur, and IIT Madras are some popular IITs of India. Above mentioned eligibility criteria also goes with this entrance examination way.

B.E. Subject

Now talking about the B.E. subjects, then it will depend on which type of engineering you choose. I mean if you select software engineering, then subjects would be different, and if you choose mechanical engineering, then the subject will be different. But below I have mentioned subjects that are common for the first year of engineering. 

  • Advanced Calculus and Numerical Methods
  • Basic Electronics
  • Basic Ethics and Laws
  • Basic Electrical Engineering
  • Calculus of Linear Algebra
  • C Programming
  • Engineering Physics
  • Engineering Chemistry
  • Elements of Civil Engineering & Mechanics
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Elements of Mechanical Engineering
  • Environmental Science
  • Technical English

B.E. Syllabus

You might be thinking why there is no syllabus mentioned in the bachelor of engineering syllabus point. So the answer is simple cause there are more than 25 engineering types available, and it is hard to describe all.

So if I mentioned just software engineering syllabus, then it won’t be fair to other engineering types. That is the reason why there is no syllabus mentioned at this point.

Now you may be thinking about where we can get the knowledge about the syllabus. Then I would recommend you to know about your syllabus from the college you choose to pursue the degree.

Cause it is next to impossible, you can find the syllabus of all engineering types in one article.

Best B.E. Colleges in India

  • Indian Institute of Technology ( Delhi )
  • College of Engineering ( Guindy )
  • Indian Institute of Technology ( Bombay )
  • College of Engineering ( Pune )
  • Indian Institute of Technology ( Kharagpur )
  • Indian Institute of Technology ( Kanpur )
  • CVR College of Engineering ( Hyderabad )
  • International Institute of Information Technology ( Hyderabad )
  • New Horizon College of Engineering ( Bangalore )
  • Vellore Institute of Technology University
  • National Institute of Technology ( Karnataka )
  • Bangalore Institute of Technology ( Bangalore )
  • JSS Academy of Technical Education ( Bangalore )
  • Delhi Technological University ( New Delhi )
  • JNTUH College of Engineering ( Hyderabad )
  • M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology ( Bangalore )
  • National Institute of Technology ( New Delhi )
  • BMS College of Engineering ( Bangalore )
  • Netaji Subhas University of Technology ( New Delhi )
  • RV College of Engineering ( Bangalore )
  • International Institute of Information Technology ( Hyderabad )
  • Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering ( Bangalore )

Time & Fees

First, let’s talk about the duration or time it would take to complete. So the B.E. degree is 8 semesters or 4 years long. If someone wants to pursue an integrated Dual-Degree course, the degree can take 5 years or 10 Semesters.

Now let’s talk about the money or fees you’ll have to pay for a B.E. degree. So it would depend on the college you select to pursue the degree.

If you are doing it from a well-known IIT, then the cost will be different, and if you do it from a government college, then the fees will be different.

But If a tell you the average fees then minimum it can 35k-45k per year to a maximum of 300k-500k per year.

Types of Engineering

There are more than 25 engineering types that you can choose. All of those engineering types I have mentioned below, Have a look!

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Automotive Engineering
  • Biological Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Science & Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering Management
  • Electrical Controls Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Fire Protection Engineering
  • Geomatics Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Information Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Instrumentation Engineering
  • Leather Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Materials Engineering
  • Marine Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Nuclear Engineering
  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Plastics Engineering
  • Textile Engineering
  • Robotics & Automation Engineering
  • Structural Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Systems Engineering

Jobs Opportunity After B.E. Course

Like there are a lot of branches you can choose from in engineering. In the same way, there are a lot of jobs opportunity available in the field of engineering. To make it more clear, I will give you I list of almost all jobs that you can apply for after completing your bachelor’s degree in engineering, have a look!

  • Architect
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Construction Manager
  • Construction Engineer
  • Data Scientist
  • Electrical Design Engineer
  • Electrical & Embedded
  • Landscape Architects
  • Mechatronics Engineer
  • Material Engineer
  • Marine Engineering Officer
  • Marine Surveyor
  • Nuclear Engineer
  • Navy Weapon Engineering Officer
  • Petroleum Engineer
  • Railway Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Site Engineer
  • System Developer
  • Structural Engineer
  • Sound Engineer
  • Testing Engineer

Salary

This is the main question of our article, how much actually a B.E. graduate earns every year. Honestly, it depends on many things, or you can say factors.

Which engineering you pursued, from which college or institute you choose to pursue it, how skilled you are, how much knowledge you have in the field, etc.

So as you can see, it depends on many factors, but if I tell you an average salary of a student who graduated with a B.E. degree, then it can go from 500k to 600k per year.