is chemical engineering very tough and boring?
To answer your question "is chemical engineering very tough and boring?" it all depends on your interests. If you have an interest towards the subject you will find it interesting and easy. Nothing is tough and boring if you have dedication and interest in the subject.
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I am pursuing B.E. (I.T./8th sem). I am confused regarding my future prospects. what i can opt for after my graduation. pls help
It all depends upon ur interest. If u r interested in pursuing higher education after your Btech the options are M Tech , MCA, if u r good in programming and want to work in IT sector else do a MBA if u want to pursue a career in Management.. I would advise u to work after ur BE for atleast 2 -3 yrs. and then do a full time or part time MBA.
i completed bsc in 2010 &12 in 2005 can i do engineering
Yes you can pursue graduation at LPU in desired program subject to satisfying eligibility condition along with submitting the GAP AFFIDAVIT.
There are numerous Engineering Courses offered at LPU viz.,
Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
Mechanical Engineering (ME)
Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
Robotics and Automation
Information Technology (IT)
Automobile Engineering (AE)
Biomedical Engineering (BE)
Electrical Engineering (EE)
Chemical Engineering (CHE)
Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE)
Civil Engineering (CE)
can one do aeronautical engineering after taking commerce??
No chance Bcoz aeronautical engg course will admits only the students hav done PCM in science stream that too with minimum of 50% in PCM.....