I WAS STUDYING 9 standard can you please tell me mechanical engineering is best or electronical engineeringplease help me to achieve my life time goal

Question: I WAS STUDYING 9 standard can you please tell me mechanical engineering is best or electronical engineeringplease help me to achieve my life time goal

I WAS STUDYING 9 standard can you please tell me mechanical engineering is best or electronical engineeringplease help me to achieve my life time goal

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Dear Student,

You can pursue Diploma in Engineering (Polytechnic) after completing your 10th. Polytechnic teaches you all the fundamental concepts of engineering, all specialized fields such as electrical engineering, electronics engineering, civil engineering, computer and IT engineering.

After completing 3 years Diploma in engineering, you can get admission in 2nd year of B.Tech through lateral entry scheme.

However, we will suggest you to follow your engineering dream the traditional way i.e., finish your 12 standard and then take admission in B.Tech. Reason? You will be in a better position to decide your career path just in case you decide against engineering in the last minute.

Mechanical engineering is a division of Engineering that deals with designing the vehicle, manufacturing new products/ new vehicle, repairing, servicing vehicles.

To know more about mechanical engineering, click here

Electronics is one of the fastest-growing industries. The program aims to impart expert knowledge in electronics engineering with special focus on design, analysis and manufacturing of electronic devices and components, integrated circuits, wireless devices, digital and analogue working of electronic circuitry for numerous applications.

To know more about electronics engineering, click here

Both of these engineering specializations are good and have different scope and values. You can choose any of these streams according to your interest and abilities. You can compare career as per your preferences by using our Compare Career Tool.

Good luck!!! 

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