- Civil Engineering(CE)
- Computer Science and Engineering(CSE)
- Electronics and Communication Engineering(ECE)
- Electrical and Electronics Engineering(EEE)
- Mechanical Engineering(ME)
Career Path for B.Tech Graduates
With the diversity and balance in its curriculum, the students are prepared for careers in both academic and industrial settings. Students are provided with many opportunities to interact with scientists and professionals from both academia and the business world, through regular seminars, conferences and visiting speakers.
Electronics & Communication Engineers have various focus areas like Design, Development, Inspection Quality Control, Maintenance & Service. The few industries where Electronics & Communication Engineers can find employment are Telecommunication, R&D units of public and private sector companies. The course covers a wide range of technologies for the future growth in the fields like Electronics Devices and Circuits, Transistors, Digital Electronics, Electromagnetic Field Theory, Signals and Systems, Antenna Wave Propagation, Microelectronics, Microwave, Digital Signal Processing, Microprocessor, etc. Emphasis is laid on some major thrust areas of the future like Digital Communication, Image Processing, Very Large Scale Integration and Microcontrollers.
Electrical Engineers apply electronic and electromagnetic/optical design principles to design, build, and test analog or digital devices, circuits, and systems - for processing, communication, and storage of information; distribution, conversion, and storage of energy; and process automation or robotics. Application areas include communication, manufacturing, power and energy, health care, computing, security, entertainment, and many others.
Industries like steel, cement construction, nuclear & thermal power plants; construction, manufacturing & operations also recruit mechanical engineers for numerous technical roles. In the recent years, demand for mechanical engineers has increased tremendously across various industry segments such as automobiles, air conditioning, refrigeration, space research, aeronautical industry, energy, bio-mechanical industry, manufacturing plants, turbine manufacturing plants, ship & aerospace building industries and oil & gas exploration.
Civil Engineers are employed in all the major construction projects carried out by the state or central government, the public works departments, the railways, and military. Civil Engineers are mostly required in private construction and real estate companies as project engineers. Civil Engineers also employed in various industries to design the structures related to these industries. Biotechnology is perceived as a revolution throughout the world. If you have a strong inclination for unraveling the mysteries of nature, then the biotech sector is the one you should go for. With its large pool of scientific talent, world-class information technology industry, and vibrant pharmaceutical sector, India is well positioned to emerge as a significant player in the global biotech arena. There is a great scope for a career in Biotechnology in India as well as abroad. Career in Biotechnology offers various employment opportunities in research, marketing, and production in the fields like medicine and healthcare, animal husbandry, agriculture and environment industry. Biotechnology can be applied in developing various vaccines, medicines, and diagnostics, improving energy production and conservation and increasing productivity.
About the School
Sharda University is established through UP State Act in 2009 and approved by University Grants Commission of India (UGC). It is situated in Greater Noida, Delhi NCR, 27 km from New Delhi, spread over ... Read More