Sahil Sharma

Which engineering branch I can choose based on my aptitude and interest

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RE: Which engineering branch I can choose based on my aptitude and interest

manojjnu Kumar
manojjnu Kumar

Dear friend

Very good question stating about the aptitude and interest, one must know about the suitability which comes through the aptitude and interest. Untill getting it tested no body can say where I stand and where i have to go in future career. It is very critical prospective for young aspirant due to social, economical, family arrays which effect you positively and negatively both. At the same time you board into the wrong bus due to pre-mature decision or lack of vision therefore one must think analytically based on the self analysis.
What you do first? Just read the basic sciences, hunanities and other relevant text books and try to understand according to your interest which will come naturally, respectively you will realize that this course is my strength where i do not struggle in explaining the module on my own.
Once you realize the subject of your interest just go ahead with the practical expect and explore the realization part in the industry or govt RD where you will interact with the people hose are engaged in your desired and future engineering work. Be aware about the default joinee can mislead you by giving the vague comment so you are advised to connect the right person to check your aptitude. This is the exact approach to raise the aptitude and interest and rather you will be inspired with the kind of contribution an engineer gives to the society.

Now you are confined with your target in career so further start to explore the gateways how t get admitted in nay prestigious organization like IIT, NIT, AMITY, etc accordingly you see the pattern and pre-requisites of examination.
1. At 12th level you must be scoring more than 90 percent otherwise you will not be eligible for IIT-JEE/AIEEE etc,
2. Similarly you explore the institutional website and center an state level and see what are the specialization (like mechanical, IT, eee, ece) they offer and how it suits you academically.
Start preparing the common requirements and give your hundred percent. Let me tell you that your self study is the best study though you are free to approach various coaching centers for the refinement.

Go ahead

Best luck

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