Top 10 EVERGREEN Career Opportunities for Engineering Graduates

Although there are dozens of branches in engineering but only few of them are evergreen.

Here, evergreen means courses which are high in demand in job markets. You could easily get a job that pays you good salary.

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The below mentioned 10 engineering disciplines has very promising future. All the major private companies and even government sector are looking for engineers mentioned below.

So if you have just passed out 10+ 2 and still thinking which engineering course you should go for then you could choose from the following 10.

1. Electronics Engineer

Electronics engineering is the branch which is preferred by most of the young students. Their first choice would be electronics and communication discipline.

Profession:

The job of an Electronics and communication engineer is very demanding. Here you will have to design logic circuits for the changing world. You have to come up with new ideas on daily basis.

Eligibility:

To be a successful electronics and communication engineer you need to work hard on designing and creating new logical circuits.

Apart from good academic performance in all the 8 semesters you need to come up with a project that could be acceptable in job market.

To get a decent job you will need at least an experience of 2 to 3 years after completing the 4 years degree course.

Income:

  • An Average Engineer: Rs 15,000/- to Rs 20,000/- Per Month
  • A Good Engineer: Rs 25,000/- to Rs 40,000/- Per Month
  • Top Grade Engineer: Rs 50,000/- to Rs 100,000/ to Rs 250,000/- Per Month

Present & Future:

Present as well as future of an electronic & communication engineer is very bright. It is always an evergreen branch. So an electronic engineer has not to bother about its future.

2. Software Engineer

Profession:

A software engineer is expected to write programs for various applications. It could be for system as well as application programs.

Eligibility:

You need to have bachelor’s degree in computer science or MCA. Moreover, you need to have knowledge of different computer language.

For a fresher, you must be good at programming. For experienced, you need to have worked with different language developing programs both windows and web based.

Income:

  • An Average Engineer: Rs 7500/- to Rs 15,000/- Per Month
  • A Good Engineer: Rs 25,000/- to Rs 50,000/- Per Month
  • Top Grade Engineer: Rs 60,000/- to Rs 150,000/- Per Month

Present & Future:

Present of a software engineer is good but future is even more exciting. As you see, IT industry is growing more and more software engineers would be needed in future.

3. Civil Engineer

Profession:

A civil engineer’s job is not new. It is perhaps the oldest branch of engineering. Civil engineers have a great responsibility of creating cities which are modern and well planned.

Eligibility:

To become a civil engineer you need a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. You must have a great skill for designing and architecture because you have to design new buildings.

Income:

  • An Average Engineer: Rs 6,000/- to Rs 14,000/- Per Month
  • A Good Engineer: Rs 20,000/- to Rs 35,000/- Per Month
  • Top Grade Engineer: Rs 40,000/- to Rs 75,000/- Per Month

Present & Future:

Present of a civil engineer is good. Few years back the demand for civil engineers was quite less but in future because of urbanization of the country more and more civil engineers would required.

4. Electrical Engineer

Profession:

Electrical engineer is also an old branch. Electrical engineers need to build electrical equipments for all purposes.

Eligibility:

You must have a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. Then you would be responsible for designing, developing, testing and supervising of equipments.

Income:

  • An Average Engineer: Rs 15,000/- to Rs 20,000/- Per Month
  • A Good Engineer: Rs 25,000/- to Rs 40,000/- Per Month
  • Top Grade Engineer: Rs 50,000/- to Rs 75,000/- Per Month

Present & Future:

Both present and future demand of electrical engineers would remain steady. Neither it will increase nor decrease.

5. Nuclear Engineer

Profession:

In this profession, nuclear engineer has to design, monitor and maintain the nuclear reactors and power plant.

Eligibility:

You must have bachelors’ degree in nuclear engineering. Apart from this you must have passion for nuclear physics.

Income:

  • An Average Engineer: Rs 15,000/- to Rs 20,000/- Per Month
  • A Good Engineer: Rs 25,000/- to Rs 40,000/- Per Month
  • Top Grade Engineer: Rs 50,000/- to Rs 100,000/- Per Month

Present & Future:

Although present of a nuclear engineer is not so good but in future as energy demand grows our country will need more nuclear plants hence more nuclear engineer.

6. Petroleum Engineer

Profession:

Petroleum engineer has a very tough job. You must be ready to go certain places which are hostile. In other words you must be prepared to get your hands dirty.

Eligibility:

You must have a degree in chemical engineering. You must be prepared for drilling at harsh places of the world.

Income:

  • An Average Engineer: Rs 12,000/- to Rs 20,000/- Per Month
  • A Good Engineer: Rs 25,000/- to Rs 45,000/- Per Month
  • Top Grade Engineer: Rs 50,000/- to Rs 80,000/- Per Month

Present & Future:

Present of a petroleum engineer is good and future is also exciting. As developing countries needs more fuel so there will be demand for more oil.

7. Agricultural Engineer

Profession:

Agricultural engineering is actually not very much popular among students but it can be evergreen career opportunity in future. Here engineer has to ensure that how agriculture yield or output could be increased with less expenditure.

Eligibility:

You must have a degree in biotechnology with passion to innovate.

Income:

  • An Average Engineer: Rs 10,000/- to Rs 15,000/- Per Month
  • A Good Engineer: Rs 20,000/- to Rs 30,000/- Per Month
  • Top Grade Engineer: Rs 40,000/- to Rs 50,000/- Per Month

Present & Future:

Future of agricultural engineering is great because for food security we have to grow more food grains in small area. So it will need talented agricultural engineer.

8. Automobile Engineer

Profession:

Automobile engineering is also a great profession. Younger generation is fascinated by automobile engineering. It is a new branch compared to electronics or electrical.

Eligibility:

Apart from bachelor’s degree in automobile engineering you need to have strong designing and implementation skills.

Income:
  • An Average Engineer: Rs 15,000/- to Rs 20,000/- Per Month
  • A Good Engineer: Rs 25,000/- to Rs 40,000/- Per Month
  • Top Grade Engineer: Rs 50,000/- to Rs 100,000/- Per Month

Present & Future:

Present of automobile engineering is OK but future would be even more promising. Due to global warming there is a demand of more fuel efficient cars. So automobile engineers are required in great number.

9. Aerospace Engineer

Profession:

Aerospace engineering is not new but one of exciting career opportunities. Aerospace engineer would have to design latest aero planes with cutting edge technology.

Eligibility:

You must be in love with physics and aerodynamics. Designing new aircraft would be prime responsibility as an aerospace engineer.

Income:

  • An Average Engineer: Rs 15,000/- to Rs 20,000/- Per Month
  • A Good Engineer: Rs 25,000/- to Rs 45,000/- Per Month
  • Top Grade Engineer: Rs 50,000/- to Rs 100,000/- Per Month

Present & Future:

As more and more people want to travel faster we have to build more commercial airplanes. Moreover, in defense sector we need good fighter planes. Hence demand would be great in private as well as defense sector.

10. Mechanical Engineer

Profession:

A mechanical engineer needs to design, manufacture and test various equipments used in industrial production such as generators, engines, turbines etc.

Eligibility:

A bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. Here you need skills of a good carpenter.

Income:

  • An Average Engineer: Rs 5,000/- to Rs 15,000/- Per Month
  • A Good Engineer: Rs 20,000/- to Rs 35,000/- Per Month
  • Top Grade Engineer: Rs 45,000/- to Rs 75,000/- Per Month

Present & Future:

Mechanical engineering is an evergreen branch of engineering. Both present and future would be the same.

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  1. Lovejit singh says

    An Average Engineer: Rs 5,000/- to Rs 15,000/- Per Month
    A Good Engineer: Rs 20,000/- to Rs 35,000/- Per Month
    Top Grade Engineer: Rs 45,000/- to Rs 75,000/- Per Month

    • GK Sajal says

      Hi Lal Chand,
      Where is scope of ECE engineers in Govt sector? Most of ECE guys are joining in software cos. Why not CSE in place of ECE? Scope in communication is also very limited. Lot of ECE guys are searing for job in daily news paper.

      • shivam mehrotra says

        yes u are right if someone wants to go for it sector take cse/it but not ece because its not a job oriented branch

  2. vinit says

    hello
    here is vinit you say there is no worry abouit job for an electronics engineer then why most of the electronics engineer change line in software and their identity of electronics engineer get vanishes?? why? why??

  3. Harshal says

    madam,
    do your home work properly and then write..

    see the current scenario of electronics and communication engineer…and then write…

  4. Prashanth.G.M. says

    Still am v.confused i selected 2 courses in engineering IT Field in Enginnering & ECE want to know which is goodone to go plz tell me as early as possible…………

    • sarvesh says

      hi dear,
      first of all let me tell u branch should be chosen according to which institution u are joining. always go for best course in ur college. and more it depends on your interest. ECE is a good branch. u can get core electronics job telecom job or software job. but to get a good core job you have to be very best in field. civil is evergreen branch but make sure u are ready for field works and thats why civil is not recommended for girls.
      any help contat sarvesh1992@hotmail.com

  5. Aman Sharma says

    hello,
    my question to you is i have taken electrical engg this year 2014, is there any problem,
    afterwards will i get a good job…………………
    ?????????????????????????????
    should i continue or should i change afterwards ???????????? pls reply me as early as possible …..

  6. Abilash parker says

    Dear Sir / Madam,
    Iam Abilash.Iam In Great Confussion for Best Engineering courses..So Pls Give Ypur Answer Immediately..
    Email ID:abilashparker@gmail.com

  7. Narayana says

    Which course will be the best either ECE or EIE or MECH in the future. Please suggest me as early as possible to my email id.

  8. Shinzy kahar says

    Still I am confused.I am also interested in Biomedical engineering.Is it a good course for a good job.Everyone are forcing me to do Btech in computer science.what will i do.I am so confused. Help
    shincykahar@gmail.com

  9. mori sandip b says

    i have interested in petroleoum and mechanical sir please tell me which is the best in this two branch for more placement and my future?

  10. umraz khan says

    Which field has a good scope in future…..either automobile s engineering or mechanical or aeronautics or civil…..give me the best option …..

  11. raj kumar says

    I would interested in biomedical but my family suggest me to join mechanical which will ad better in future. pls suggest me

  12. Dheenadayalan says

    i have a confusion to take EEE or Electrical and instrumentation engineering…………………………….. Which is the best course???????????????//

  13. poonam chauhan says

    i m a chemical engineer and i want to go in petroleum plz tell me how be can apply for this job???
    my contect number is 9917708075

  14. Ammar Ali says

    Which has better scope between food engineering and polymer and petrochemical engineering.I am confused in these two fields which field should I select?

  15. Abhilasha says

    Sir/Madam,
    Your site is great and doing awesome job. As I am preparing for some interviews, I am stuck with the question “Besides from Electronics and Communication Branch why do you want to work for IT sector”?

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