Engineering is an area of science and technology that deals with the development, building, and use of engines, machines, and structures. This discipline encompasses a wide range of specialized fields with an emphasis on specific areas of applied science, applied mathematics, and so on.

Now that you’ve determined to become an engineer, which engineering discipline should you pursue? AICTE has recognized over 200 different engineering branches, which are divided into 34 major engineering branches. With so much uncertainty, students often look for answers in all the wrong places. Students consult their parents, relatives, friends, or school teachers, who may be unaware of the most recent developments as well as prospective employment opportunities; additionally, student counsellors at specific institutes are overburdened with all of the queries and other issues. Others may turn to the internet for answers; this is a medium for those who know but require a little clarification, as an overload of information can further confuse a student.

The Engineering Branch Selection Test (EBST) explores fundamental understanding of various major Engineering Branches. This Report will let you know which branch of engineering you should pursue? The report of this test helps you in matching your work interests with specific real-life work situations in various engineering branches. It has been scientifically designed, formulated, and tailored specifically for students who wish to make a bright career in Engineering faculty.
This test offers you personalized preferential analysis of various engineering branches.

We offer counseling and guidance based on this EBST.

Further if required, we also help students with the actual application process, such as filling out forms and choosing the right college.
We have a wealth of information about the various engineering colleges in the country, as well as the number of seats available in each section. We can offer information about the colleges where you want to apply, such as seat availability, fee structure, and infrastructure. 
We also advise on the documentation needed for the admissions process.

What are the advantages of taking this Engineering Branch Selection Test?
Students pursuing Engineering can take this Engineering Branch Selection Test to determine which Engineering is best suited to the someone.

There are several advantages to students taking this test, which are as-

  1. This report provides basic information on all of the major engineering branches.
  2. This report assists in matching your work interests with specific real-life work situations in various engineering branches.
  3. This Report will tell you which branch of engineering you should pursue.
  4. This report is extremely comprehensive, lucid, and simple to understand.
  5. This report gives you a personalized preference analysis of various engineering branches.

Can you tell me details about this test?
The Engineering Branch Selection Test (EBST) consists of 250+ questions. The questions are objective type and from day today life observations. When deciding on a career, it is recommended that the individual choose a profession that best suits their interests and intelligence. If these two factors are not given equal weight, it can lead to long-term problems because a person may be dissatisfied with his or her job and thus not be productive.
They have been designed to help students who want to pursue engineering understand the various fields available in engineering and determine which field is best suited to the student’s abilities, skills, personality, and interests.

Common Engineering Branches

  • Aeronautical
  • Automobile
  • B.Planning
  • B.Tech Planning
  • Bio Medical
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemical Technology
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Technology
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronics and Telecommunication
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Electronics Technology
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Instrumentation Engineering
  • Marine Engineering
  • Mechnical Engineering
  • Mechnical Engineering (Automobile)
  • Mechnical Engineering (Sandwich)
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Mechatronics Engineering (Sandwich)
  • Metallurgical Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Plastic and Polymer Engineering
  • Plastic and Polymer Technology
  • Plastic Technology
  • Polymer Engineering
  • Power Engineering
  • Production Engineering
  • Production Engineering (Sandwich)

Uncommon Engineering Branches

  • Agricultural
  • Bio Technology
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Fashion Technology
  • Food Enginggering and Technology
  • Food Technology
  • Instrumentation and Control Engineering
  • Oil and Paints Technology
  • Oil Technology
  • Paint Technology
  • Petro Chemical Technology
  • Petro Chemical Engineering
  • Petroleum Technology
  • Printing Technology
  • Pulp Technology
  • Surface Coating Technology
  • Textile Plant Engineering
  • TextileTechnology
  • Town and Country Planning

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