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Yes , you can change it . But it is not available here. Second thing once you want to do M.TECH you need to prepare for entrance exam especially GATE. ndian Institute of Technology, Kanpur offers M.Tech in Nuclear Engineering and Technology. The eligibility criterion is a Bachelor's degree in any branch of engineering or a Master's degree in Physics or Mathematics. The admission is based on performance at GATE, and entrance test/ interview. For details, log on to www.iitk.ac.in

Amity University, Noida offers M.Tech in Nuclear Science and Technology. The eligibility criterion is B.Tech. The admission is based on performance at Entrance test and Interview.Manipal Institute of Technology
Course: M.Tech Nuclear Engineering
Eligibility: BE/BTech or AMIE or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering or Civil Engineering or Chemical Engineering.

Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University
Course: M.Tech programme in Nuclear Engineering.
Eligibility:
Bachelors degree in Mechanical/ Electrical/ Electronics/ Instrumentation/ Chemical/ Civil/ Industrial/ Metallurgical Engineering or M.Sc. in Physics / Electronics with a minimum CPI of 6.5 or 60% marks . Please be free to ask further question. You can also find colleges on your own...
The future of any field don't depend on other prediction but on your interest, hard work and determination. You should go on this field
if you have interest, hard work and determination....
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Dear Dharmesh,

You have completed 12th in 1992.Its a long time back. So I want to know after that what you have done, if you are doing job then in which field?

To do civil engineering Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics is necessary in your 12th.So I am sorry to say in that case you cant do that.

But if you have Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics as the main subjects in your 10th and have minimum of 2 year working experience in construction industry in any capacity then you can do Diploma in Civil Engineering.

Write me back for further discussion.

All the Best...
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Hi Nilesh,


We are not clear about what you intend to ask. please write in detail.

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you can send your 10th and 12th marks and Entrance Exam Roll no and other details to them and they revert with college list, with fee structure and every other details you need.

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PDPU is decent college so you can defenitely take up engineering course . As far as course selection in considered read the entire answer.

As a civil engineer, you will have to plan out, design and supervise the construction of different types of buildings. You need to posses good knowledge of mathematics and science. Also, you must also have good supervisory and administrative skills.

Furthermore, you must be ready to sweat it out at construction sites and even work under stressful and hostile conditions

Girls can opt for office jobs like analysis, designing, tendering, managing projects and many other office jobs.So if you think you have the will power to enter this male dominant engineering, just do it. Don’t let others decide your future, if you want to be a civil engineer just go for it. In future you surely can opt for off-site jobs if you think on-site jobs are a bit difficult due to surroundings or circumstances

In IT engineering you will be working in office so there is no chance of any physical stress. So see your abilities , interest the kind of challenge you want to take up and make career in it. If it is civil engineering more appealing to you then take up this as career option....
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Go into chemical only if u like to follow set procedures and finding results through them
else civil is the better of them...
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Hi Kavya,

It is absolutely wrong to say that civil engineering jobs are not suited for girls. You should know that almost 25% of the civil engineering students are females. If you like it also you should definitely become a civil engineering. It is a highly demanding sector and there are a lot of jobs in this field. If your college offers placements and you have the right talent you will definitely get a campus placement.

Best of Luck!
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Do check it is AICTE is approved or not before taking admission . If they will be providing placement then things can become much better for you. As you are doing diploma you can also contact your nearest polytechnic or vocational colleges for DIPLOMA.... ► Read more
It is difficult to take name of all engineering options . Also with changing technology one more engineering field will be added . For example when our parents were students biotechnology or nanotechnology were not there. But now it there and good number of students take admission in it . Instead of thinking about engineering options find your interest - hardware, software, interested in branches of physics e.t.c. Tell your interest to counsellor or counsellor can take test to know your interest which will help you in making career decision . Also keep reading about different options, discuss with friends, teachers e.t.c. Also First thing is to prepare for engineering exams - IIT-JEE, AIEEE .If you scored well in them then you can get good colleges and at the end of completing course you can have a good job . I will advise you not to think too much about what option in engineering you should take up because if you don't go away by donation way then your engineering option will be decided by your score. You will be called for counselling at the time of admission . You will be told about different option but that is maximum 2 to 3 . At that time give us a mail .because from that few option available i can help you in selecting by explaining about different options to you .At that time we can discuss about your interest and then try to see which engineering option from the available one will go according to your interest.It will be also easy for you and us to explain about different options. You are thinking of second stage without completing the first stage . There are certain people who are very clear what they want to do in engineering but even they have to prepare for exams . So why to worry . At the most you can tell me your interest , read about different option in newspaper that can help you in deciding . If you are not still sure about certain engineering option then you can ask me about that option.Feel free to ask further question .... ► Read more
A B.TECH degree from good college are always in demand whether it is IT of software . An engineering degree in field of IT is called B.Tech (It) not B.I.T. Keep It and software as option. First thing is to prepare for engineering exams - IIT-JEE, AIEEE .If you scored well in them then you can get good colleges and at the end of completing course you can have a good job . I will advise you not to think too much about what option in engineering you should take up because if you don't go away by donation way then your engineering option will be decided by your score. You will be called for counselling at the time of admission .You are thinking of second stage without completing the first stage . Now i am explaining difference between It and software which is not much . It deals with administration, procurement and technical support for company computing resources. Every company have IT department as they form the backbone of almost all the department . But software department is only for company who are in the field of developing software, analysis, design, programming - creating new software, or maintaining/altering existing software. You will get placed after completing any course if you are do it from good colleges . You have to work hard .... ► Read more

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