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I got electrical in Nit Durgapur and chemical in Bits-Pilani.Which should I take?I know Bits is much better than Nit but the stream in Nit is better.Please help!!!

I got electrical in Nit Durgapur and chemical in Bits-Pilani.Which should I take?I know Bits is much better than Nit but the stream in Nit is better.Please help!!!

Grade:Upto college level

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AskiitianExpert Shine
10 Points
12 years ago

Hi

No ways , chemical is a supreb stream and can even offer u higher packages as compared to electrical even. Surely go for BITS Pilani, NIT durgapur is not a great college but BITS Pilani is, and it would be much much better to opt fr BITS as it has gt far better placement records as compared to NIT Durgapur.

Wide employment opputunities await chemical engineers both in the public sector as well as the private sector. They can seek jobs in areas such as processing, operations or manufacturing, research and development, design and construction, finance and teaching. They may also pursue a management degree after B.Tech and take on marketing jobs .Candidates with an additional management degree are sought by private industries. In process industries they could work in positions such as a supervisor or manager, technical specialist, project manager or project engineers

 

 Among the manufacturing industries, pharmaceuticals provide the best opportunities for chemical engineers. In the government sector, chemical engineers are employed to solve environmental problems such as waste and water treatment, environmental regulations and recycling; on energy sector such as energy conservation and research on alternate energy sources and health-related research projects, defense establishments and atomic power plants. They are also employed in service industries such as scientific research and development services, particularly in energy and the developing fields of biotechnology and nanotechnology.

Other work areas of chemical engineers include food processing, coal preparation and mineral processing, explosives manufacturing, chemical process industries such as fertiliser industry, including pesticides and herbicides, caustic soda, glass and specialty chemicals, dyes and dyestuff, paint, lubricants, steel and aluminum production. They are also employed in a variety of manufacturing industries other than chemical manufacturing, such as those producing electronics, photographic equipment, clothing, pulp and paper and even in the development of aircrafts.

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