Engineering Courses

Engineering Courses




On this page, we have tried to cover various engineering courses including the online degree programs available in India. These details about the various branches of engineering courses will give you a fair idea as to what to opt for or specialize in. 

The information about the engineering branches provided here are correct to the best of our knowledge, but we would still insist you verify the details if you feel like.

Following are the some of the streams of engineering that one can opt for while doing engineering studies in India-

Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering

– This engineering course deals with the design, creation and operation of machines related to flying – planes, missiles, rockets, spacecrafts etc. Aerodynamics, avionics, propulsion, acoustics are subjects that are taught under this course.

Agricultural Engineering

– This branch of engineering focuses on the design and operation of tools, implements and machines that are used in the practice of agriculture.

Automobile Engineering

– This stream of engineering studies deals with the design, creation, manufacture and operation of machines relevant to automobiles ranging from the ubiquitous motorcycle to buses and trucks. Civil Engineering – This engineering course teaches about the design, development and construction of bridges, dams, metro, railroad systems etc.

Computer Engineering

– This engineering stream teaches about the design, development, manufacture and maintenance of computer components.

Electronic and Electrical Engineering

– This engineering course includes research, development, design, creation and maintenance of a diverse set of objects ranging from global Positioning Systems to semi-conductor chips used in mobile phones.

Automobile Engineering

– This stream of engineering studies deals with the design, creation, manufacture and operation of machines relevant to automobiles ranging from the ubiquitous motorcycle to buses and trucks. Civil Engineering – This engineering course teaches about the design, development and construction of bridges, dams, metro, railroad systems etc.

Computer Engineering

– This engineering stream teaches about the design, development, manufacture and maintenance of computer components.

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Electronic and Electrical Engineering

– This engineering course includes research, development, design, creation and maintenance of a diverse set of objects ranging from global Positioning Systems to semi-conductor chips used in mobile phones.

Industrial Engineering

– This branch of engineering studies teaches how to make the machines and people work in tandem with each other so that maximum productivity is derived.

Instrumentation Engineering

– This engineering stream teaches about design, manufacture and maintenance of instruments and instrument units.

Manufacturing Engineering

– A Manufacturing Engineer is taught how to manufacture things – be it structures, machinery, electronics, medical devices, automobile parts, textiles and clothing, or household products or toys or cans and bottles any thing and everything that can be manufactured.

Marine Engineering

– Under this engineering course, one gets to learn the designing, construction and management of ships and other naval vehicles.

Mechanical Engineering

– This engineering
branch is concerned with the design, construction, and operation of power plants, engines, and machines. It deals mostly with things that move.

metallurgical Engineering

– This stream of engineering studies deals with metals – basically the research, development and manufacture of new metal alloys for wide applications across industries.

Mining Engineering

– This engineering stream deals with mines and minerals. The mining equipment is developed and manufactured by mining engineers. Besides this, there are also an array of other engineering courses which one can specialize in like ceramic engineering, textile engineering, nuclear engineering…the list can go on and on.
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