Higher education has become almost a necessity for people who wish to succeed in the field of their choice, and when it comes to this topic of conversation, two major fields always come up in the discussion – Engineering and Law. It’s obvious why the former is mentioned in this conversation – after all, India is one of the largest producers of engineers in the world. If you don’t believe us, just take a look at the opening line of this Wikipedia page to quell your doubts.
Law is another stream of education that has become one of the most populated courses in India. Just to put it into perspective, there are a total of approximately 12 lakh registered advocates in the country, with almost 70,000 law students joining the legal profession every year. This is no small number and goes to reinforce the fact that the Indian legal profession is one of the largest in the entire world.
Now, with the pressing need for constant upskilling in the job market, the primary question that arises is – which course out of these will prove to be the most beneficial? Well, the people at UPES tried to find an answer to this ever-present problem.
Their solution – why not both?
While this might sound somewhat ignorant at first, the fact of the matter is the faculty at UPES has teamed up with various industry veterans to figure out the perfect mix of both these courses, which will provide students with the means to succeed in the field of their choice by becoming future-ready employees. Two UPES courses combine engineering and law into one all-encompassing package.
- B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering LLB (Hons.) with Specialisation in Cyber Laws: Cyber crimes have become increasingly prominent in today’s day-and-age due to the rapid ascent of digital technology. This new field requires experts who can accurately analyse and decide the best course of action that can be taken in such situations. This B.Tech course will not only bestow the fundamental knowledge on students when it comes to anything and everything related to computer science but will also help one understand the technicalities of various cyber laws.
- B.Tech Energy Technology LLB (Hons.) with Specialisation in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR): The sheer amount of paperwork that goes behind the establishment of any Intellectual Property simply cannot be understated. After all, the brainchild of any person needs to be protected extensively, so that other groups don’t plagiarise their work. This B.Tech course combines the education in the realm of energy technology with extensive details in the field of Intellectual Property Rights, to facilitate the best of both worlds.
It’s of the essence to develop a future-ready workforce that can successfully tackle the evolving industry challenges of tomorrow. UPES is one of the many institutes that is taking the steps required to ensure that this goal is achieved without experiencing any debilitating hurdles in this journey to secure the job market.
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