With the advent of technology and modern living, engineering community has witnessed a wide acclamation for their contribution to technology. Students have aspired to get an engineering degree out of their interest in the subject and the benefits it renders in the future.

Why Engineering
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1. Challenging Work

Choosing engineering as a career will enhance your ability to think challengingly. One would never get a boring life in this career. In the course of study and work, an engineer will face challenging situations where creativity and logical ability is highly required. They can introduce new concepts and ideas.



2. Innovation and Creativity

Engineering study and work demands innovation and creativity to create new technology. Such creativity allots you to encounter new ideas and techniques. It is a very innovative career.

3. Contribution towards Society

Technology has made the world a better place to live. One can choose his own subject of interest that contributes to the part of society. For an instance a person interested to develop India’s roads and connectivity to the villages may opt civil engineering as a career to serve the society. He can make money out of it and serve the society. He or she can be a potential benefit to the society.

4. Chance to Explore the World

A major perk of engineering is you get a chance to explore the world. Given the wide range of opportunities worldwide, an engineer gets a good opportunity to shift around and explore the world. You can get to work on sites, dig mines, petroleum wells across the nations, and develop infrastructures of cities.

5. Professionalism

The study of engineering encompasses advanced study programs in its curriculum. Working with top most companies provides you the scope to work with thorough and top level professionals that imparts professionalism into individualism. Working with such connoisseurs enables you to learn a lot and develop your skills.



6. Money

With the tough competition and growth in the technological market, engineers easily get high paying salaries. This enables you to lead a good lifestyle and provides you basic facilities in medical and insurance sector.

7. Reputation

People have slowly started to recognize the difficulty that engineers undergo to develop technology. This has increased people’s respect towards engineers. Entry level salaries might be low but eventually with good work and dedication to the field, salary hikes are inevitable every year.

8. Option to Choose from Several Branches

Taking engineering as a career provides a wide range of branches to choose from. One can choose to study any course and develop a career from it.

9. Job Flexibility

Even a bachelor’s degree in engineering provides you ample scope and flexibility in the job market. It might be a harsh truth but an engineering graduate can settle with any job in the corporate sector.

10. Entrepreneurship

Studying engineering helps you work with good companies. The knowledge gathered during the study and work can help you to learn business skills and open your own business start-up that reach heights of success.


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5 thoughts on “10 Reasons to Study Engineering

  • June 27, 2015 at 11:56 am
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    Nice points, but Engineering looks a very basic degree right now.

    • June 27, 2015 at 12:02 pm
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      Hey Alok,

      That’s true… But People have made it ordinary. Engineering still does not have lost its essence. Students should go for it who has actual passion for it. These points only put the light on the positive side of Engineering. This does not mean Engineering is meant for everyone… Hope you understand 🙂

  • July 1, 2015 at 3:11 pm
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    My instant reaction towards the topic brought me here. I was a B.E student and now I cannot even talk about the tech. jargons I learnt there. Anyways it depends on a person’s interest, I was a kid of Taare Zameen Par and now I am a free bird 😉 The points mentioned are powerful. Thanks Sidhartha for taking me to flashback 🙂

    • July 1, 2015 at 4:51 pm
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      Thanks Tara,

      Thanks for your complement. You are very true that “it depends on a person’s interest”. 🙂

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