Bachelors of Technology often referred to as B.Tech, is a four-year course that cover different fields of engineering and technology. The course is designed to develop the technical skills of aspirants who wish the work in the core technology and development sector. B.Tech comprises both theoretical and practical knowledge. Students are also offered hands-on training in order to learn how different software and hardware in their respective fields are operated. Apart from the core engineering sectors, B.Tech enables candidates to work in the Information Technology, Data Analysis, Consultancy and Management sectors. With good technical skills, Bachelor of Technology graduates can also apply for jobs in various Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and other jobs in the government sector. Since the world needs technologist experts in various streams for development and B.Tech Jobs is always high in demand.
One of the many technical education options in India is B.Tech Lateral Entry (LE). If you are aspiring to become an engineer, you can apply for B.Tech Lateral Entry. The programme allows you to pursue B.Tech programmes from the second year of the usual B.Tech programme at various engineering colleges in India. Students who have completed their engineering diploma programme can apply for admission in B.Tech LE. Nowadays, there are various engineering specialisations for which lateral entry is considered. Some of the examples are Fire Safety Engineering, Marine Engineering, Mining Engineering, Petroleum Engineering colleges, Software Engineering etc.