B.tech is basically bachelor of technology course affiliated with a technical background. B.tech is the skill-oriented course. Apart from B.Tech, there is another course namely B.E. Perspective of both is the same, only the purpose is different. B.E/B.tech is the four-year undergraduate programme provided for students who want to pursue a career in the technical field.
There are various options are provided for students depending upon the area of interest. The one having an interest in computer and accessories can become a software engineer. Similarly, the fields like Mechanical engineering, Civil engineering, Electronic, and telecommunications provides a platform for students who want to become an engineer.
The basic criteria for students to apply for engineering is that he must be 12th pass. There are various top-ranked government colleges as well as private colleges who offer a degree relevant to the engineering field.
B.E/B.tech is the 4 year undergraduate course. The duration of the course varies as per institutes. Many colleges offer B.tech course in the various discipline. The following table gives a detail view of course:
Semester system/year wise
10+2 with minimum 50% & above
In between 2,50,000 to 10,00000(varies as per institutes)
Mechanical Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Computer Engineer, Instrumentation engineer, Project engineer, Site engineer
Top Recruiting Companies
Mahindra, Capgemini, Tata, SKF, Lear, Hyundai, Fujitsu, Siemens, Syntel
To hang out with one of a nostalgic career in the technical field, B.tech is the best option.
The field is not only about job perspective, But It is also all about career orientation in the respective field.
The four years are just numbers, actually, it is spectacular growth for each candidate
There are various programme like M.tech, P.hD becomes available after completing engineering. Only the specializations are different.
So, don’t waste your valuable time for doing things which are not made for you. If you have technical skills then B.tech is the better option for you.
After completing B.tech, there are various advanced options becomes open for engineering graduates.
Most of the graduates select M.tech or MBA option for their career perspective.
B.tech course offers students not only respected job positions also the best salary in industry.
There are many talented engineering graduates who can do startups in their respective fields.
The long-term engineering courses establish enormous job opportunities for graduates as well as professionals also.
The candidate who wants to pursue B.Tech education should have passed their higher secondary certificate or he should be 12th pass.
The passing percentage for a 12th pass should be 50%& above.
The candidates should have compulsory subjects like physics, mathematics along with any of these subjects like biotechnology, computer science.
The candidates should have to clear entrance examinations like AIEEE, JEE.
The eligibility criteria may vary as per universities, organization.
MHT-CET is a mandatory entrance exam required for admission in B.Tech Course. The exam is conducted by Government of Maharashtra. It is the state level entrance test required for the first-year admission in B.Tech course.
MH-CET - Examination Pattern
A test will be carried out by Computer-based Test (CBT).
The exam consists of 3 question papers with a duration of one and a half hours.
Exam paper will be of 100 marks each. No negative marking will be there.
The candidate needs to appear for both papers Physics-Chemistry and Mathematics.
Mock tests are conducted for candidates to understand the basic pattern of CET entrance exam.
The registration fee for enrolling MHT-CET entrance exam is 800 for general category students and 600 for reserved category students.
|Subject||No.of Questions||Total Marks|
Physics and Chemistry
Visit the website mhtcet2019.mahaonline.gov.in for online registration.
Fill the application form with proper details.
Upload your scanned photographs & signature.
Check & submit your details.
Pay the required registration fees by online payment methods.
The candidate should be an Indian national.
Candidate must be 10+2 passed from the recognized board/university with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics subjects.
Candidate needs to have an aggregate of minimum 50% in 12th standard for general category students (45% for reserved category students).
Candidate having domicile of Maharashtra state. Candidates completing SSC/HSC/Bachelor of Science courses from a recognized institution of Maharashtra state.
A candidate who does not belong to type A but the nominee( Mother/Father) having the domicile of Maharashtra state.
A candidate who does not belong to type A or type B but whose Father/Mother is an employee of Government of India.
A candidate who does not belong to type A, type B & type C but whose Father/Mother is a retired employee of Government of Maharashtra.
A candidate who completed 12th examination from recognizing institution located on Maharashtra Karnataka Border area.
All India Candidate
Candidate having an Indian nationality are applicable under this category.
Candidate belonging to minority cast notify by the government of Maharashtra are eligible for this category.
Jammu & Kashmir(J&K) Migrant Candidate
The candidates who are displaced from Jammu & Kashmir to any other part of India. The candidates whose Father/Mother are IAS/IPS/IFS officers.
There are various books are available for engineering study.One can buy respective books as per specialization in various discipline.
Here ,we have listed the best set of reference books:
Digital Integrated Electronics by Taub and Schilling
Control Engineering by Derek P.
Introduction to Polymer Science and Technology
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering by S. Sukhij
Fundamentals of Software Engineering
CAD-CAM & Rapid prototyping Application Evaluation
Syllabus of MHT-CET includes 80% weightage of class 12th curriculum and 20% weightage of Class 10th curriculum:
Scalar and vectors, Force, Measurements, Friction in solid & liquids, Refraction of light, Ray Optics, Magnetism, magnetic effects of electric current.
Redox reaction, Surface chemistry, nature of the chemical bond, S-block elements, basic principles and techniques in organic chemistry, Alkanes
Trigonometric functions of compound angles, Straight line, Circle & Conics, Probability, Sequence and Series