Engineering is one of the most popular career options in India since decades. Invertis University offers a number of niche engineering specializations for students, that can put them in next league. It is but natural for a student to feel overwhelmed and confused with multiple options of engineering specializations available today. Through the course of this article we aim to help you understand the various streams and specializations within B. Tech and also determine, which one would be best suited from you.

The reason why so many students are attracted to this field is that it gives the students the ability to innovate, improve people’s lives, travel the world, etc. However, to be successful in the field, you have to be very careful in choosing your specialization. All the disciplines involve problem-solving and technical designing for solving a real-world issue. Here, we have outlined five tips to pick the right specialization for you:

  1. Find your passion


Engineering is not an easy field. In order to be successful in this, you must have an interest in the specialization that helps you stay motivated through tough subjects and during the job hunt. You can try doing internships to get applied learning opportunities. You can also take a career quiz for deciding what engineering field aligns with your interest. For example, if you are a gamer, software engineering might be the option for you.


  1. Consider the job outlook of the specialization


You don’t want to invest so much money in a specialization that is going through a hiring lag. You have to use the database of the Bureau of Labor Statistics for assessing which specializations have the best and the worst job prospects. Core branches like mechanical, industrial, and civil engineers make up to 66% of the workforce. You have to focus on current and future growth prospects. 


  1. Review the salary potential


While selecting the engineering specialization, you must not rely on future pay alone. However, it is an important factor for ensuring that you have a secure livelihood in the future. Check out the College Salary Report of PayScale where they tell about the top 25 engineering bachelor’s majors. 


  1. Evaluate your skill sets


Before you specialize in your engineering degree, you must be self-aware of your abilities and personality that is required for the job scope. For example, if you are not computer-savvy, you should not go for Computer Science or IT engineering. Instead, you can go for more research-based fields like nuclear or chemical engineering. It is important that you take an honest look into what your strengths and weaknesses are while picking a specialization.


  1. Take advice from engineers


When you are making a decision regarding your engineering specialization, you must not do it alone. You can either take suggestions from your university advisor or talk to an engineer you know. Talk to the professors during office hours about what their engineering branch entails. If you are an intern in a company, don’t hesitate to ask about this with your senior mentors or supervisors. They can help you in determining the types of careers that are available in each branch. For example, an aerospace engineer can work as a navigation systems engineer, satellite systems engineer, flight test instrumentation engineer, turbomachinery aerodynamics engineer, and more.

Once you have decided on the engineering specialization, you have to select the college. The right college will determine how you get to start your career. If you are looking for a private college, you can check out the Invertis University, Bareilly. It is one of the best private universities in the country that ensures that its students get the best. They have faculties from premier institutes like IITs, NITs, etc. Also, with their Alumni alliance, they will provide a pathway for you even after your course is completed. 


Invertis offers the following engineering specializations:


  1. B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering – This is the core branch of engineering that involves applying the principles of Physics and Material Science for analysis, designing, manufacturing, and maintaining mechanical systems. With a degree in Mechanical Engineering, you can find work as an Automotive Diagnostics Technician, Automotive Technician, Parts interpreter, Service advisor, etc.


  1. B.Tech. in Electronics & Communication Engineering with Internet of Things – The IoT applications have brought immense value to our community. IoT connects everything to the internet through advanced customized boards like the embedded system. This program was introduced by the Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering. Here, the students will be trained to have a theoretical foundation and practical skills in the fields of electronics communication, computer technology, and IT.

  1. B.Tech. in Electronics & Communication Engineering – Marconi’s Invention, Maxwell’s discovery, and JC Bose’s experimentation showed the possibility of electromagnetic wave propagation. This laid the foundation for Electronic Communication. Today, technical advances have created many diverse and exciting employment opportunities for Electronics & Communication Engineers.


  1. B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering – Electrical Engineers are needed to produce technologies of the highest caliber. The program caters to needs of technical excellence in every area of electrical engineering including Control and Automation, Electrical Drive, Integrated Electronics and Circuits, Power System, Power Electronics, and VLSI.


  1. B.Tech. in Electrical & Electronic Engineering – This is a core engineering branch that has emerged from Electrical Engineering. The name of this branch is because of the wide application Electronics has in controlling and protecting electrical systems and equipment. 


  1. B.Tech. in CSE (Specialization in Animation & VFX) – This is a unique program made to help the students master the art of visual effects and animation filmmaking. It is customized to hone your craft skills and foster innovation and creative thinking. The students get to explore and experiment with media and materials in animation.


  1. B.Tech. in CSE (Specialization in Cloud Technology) – This is a unique program offering dual career options in the field of information security and cloud technology. Apart from the mandatory subjects of the program, students will also be learning about current technological trends. 


  1. B.Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering – The curriculum of this program has been designed keeping in mind the immediate relevance in this ever-growing world. Modern-day development depends on the growth of the corporate world. Through the different laboratories, students will be able to stay current on the latest trends.


  1. B.Tech. in Civil Engineering – This program aims to improve the civil life of the community. There are different domains in this field including construction technology, Transportation Engineering, Surveying and Mapping, Geotechnical Engineering, Hydraulics & Water Resources, Municipal and Sanitary Services, and Environmental Engineering.


  1. B.Tech. in Biotechnology – In this program, students will be able to acquire theoretical knowledge as well as practical skills in molecular biology, biochemical engineering, system biology, enzymology, and bioinformatics, etc. that will help them cater to the needs of the industry.


Once you select your engineering specialization, you will be committed to  it for the next 4 years. That is why it is important that you make your decision carefully after considering all the factors.