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Is Engineering the right field for you?

Is engineering the right field for you

The moment you move into class 10th, the parents, teachers, and all the relatives are after your life asking that one question – “What are you going to do in life?”

In simple words, this question is their way of enquiring about which stream of education you are choosing for class XI onwards. Most of the students have shared that they are being pressurized to take medical or non-medical simply because these streams are considered a good choice for a bright career. If you choose the medical stream, you can do MBBS and go-ahead to become a doctor; while those who take non-medical, tend to follow the route of engineering.

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There are multiple career options to pursue if you choose a Non-medical stream. You can build your career as a civil engineer, chemical engineer, computer engineer, software developer, biotechnology expert, and so on. However, engineering as a profession and non-medical as the main field of study is recommended only if you do it with your free will and not under any pressure. If you choose Non-Medical under parents’ pressure or blindly following your peer group, you would not be able to clear tough exams like JEE Mains or JEE Advanced. Non-medical is a difficult stream and you should choose it out of passion and interest rather than out of the need to follow your friends.

So, we suggest you some parameters to consider before you make the choice of taking non-medical as your stream of education. Consider these points to arrive at the answer – Is engineering the right field for me?

  1. Students who have a keen interest in analytical problems should go ahead with the engineering field. This is especially important for students who have a sharp brain and possess analytical as well as critical thinking skills.
  2. Interest in mathematics is mandatory if you wish to do engineering. Physics and chemistry are common in both medical and non-medical stream so if you are scared of mathematics and end up making silly mistakes in your mathematics exam, experts recommend that you should not take engineering as a career stream. It is important to mention that all the major engineering entrance exams like JEE Mains or JEE advanced focus a lot on mathematics questions and problems.
  3. If you are interested in technology, computer Application or Software development, construction, research, design, etc., you should definitely go ahead with engineering. You can explore the branches of aeronautical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, electronics engineering, and mechanical engineering, and so on. There is no dearth of job opportunities after pursuing your B. Tech from a reputed institute like MM Engineering College.
  4. If you have an eye for detail, engineering is a good choice for you. Engineering as a profession demands precision and attention to detail.
  5. If you are a smart thinker and have a solution ready for any problem engineering is just the right profession for you. There is ample scope to learn, innovate, and grow in the engineering profession if you can create and implement ideas that solve people’s daily life problems.

For more information about various branches of engineering, visit https://www.mmumullana.org/institute/engineering/

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