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ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
The engineering entrance exam i.e. MHT-CET is compulsory to attain admission in any field of engineering. This exam is held after the 12th Standard Board Examination and consists of 3 subjects - Physics (50 marks), Chemistry (50 marks) and Mathematics (100 marks). The paper format is based on multiple choice questions. The admission procedure is centralized and functions on the basis of merit. Engineering applies the theories and principles of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics for finding economic solution to technical problems. They work towards the application of scientific discoveries to practical use.
 
The various branches of Engineering are:
 
AEROSPACE/ AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING:
 
Aerospace engineering encompasses the fields of aeronautical and astronautical (spacecraft) engineering. Aerospace engineering is concerned with the design, analysis, construction, development, testing and manufacturing of commercial and military aircraft, missiles and space craft.
   
AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING:
 
Automobile engineering is concerned with the design, development, repair and manufacture of automobiles. The need for automobile engineers is growing with the expansion of the industry and ever increasing demand for vehicles.
   
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING:
 
Biomedical Engineering is a recently developed branch which extends the application of engineering to biology. The products biomedical engineers have invented have revolutionized the field of medicine. Some examples are the cardiac pacemakers, prosthetics (artificial organs), use of lasers in surgery, cryo surgery, ultrasonic and thermography in diagnosis. Biomedical engineers are highly proficient scientists who use the principles of engineering and life science and conduct research on the biological aspects of human and animal life.
   
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING:
 
Chemical engineering applies the principles of chemistry and engineering to solve problems in production of chemicals and chemical technology. It is concerned with the designing, construction, installation and operation of plants and equipment for the manufacture of chemical products.
   
CIVIL ENGINEERING:
 
Civil engineering is the oldest branch of engineering and incorporates the design and construction of roads, airports, tunnels, bridges, water supply and sewage systems, harbours, railroad systems, etc. They generally work with architects.
   
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:
 
An electrical engineer is concerned with the generation, distribution and use of electrical power, power control, instrumentation applications etc.
   
COMPUTER ENGINEERING:
 
The hardware for computer is manufactured in the electronic engineering industry. Computer engineers work in design, research and development in the manufacturing industry or they are involved in installation and maintenance.
   
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING:
 
Electronic engineers are concerned with electronic components, integrated circuits and microprocessors which are used in every electronic appliance. They can opt to work in research and development or manufacturing.
   
PRODUCTION ENGINEERING:
 
A Production engineer designs, constructs and maintains instruments and instrumentation units. They are considered to be vital for the industrial process
   
MARINE ENGINEERING:
 
Marine engineers are trained in the construction of sailing vessels. They work on the design of ships along with navel architects.
   
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:
 
Mechanical engineering deals with transmission, and use of mechanical power and heat. It is concerned with the design, operation, and maintenance of machines, their components, machine tools, manufacturing systems and processes, components of thermal power stations, solar energy, air conditioning and refrigeration and industrial engineering.
   
METALLURGICAL & MATERIAL ENGINEERING:
 
Material engineering develop new types of metal alloys which are used for special purposes.
   
PLASTIC / POLYMERS ENGINEERING:
 
Plastic and polymer engineers develop plastic/ polymers to replace the use of glass wood, metals, to create economical options or to cut on plastic eg. Creating fine resistant plastics.
   
TEXTILE ENGINEERING:
 
Textile engineering is concerned with the designing and development of textile machinery, their manufacture, installation, operation and maintenance.
   
TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING:
 
Telecommunication engineers are involved in the designing, manufacturing & operation of Telecommunication services. As specialists they work in aerospace industry, computer industry, telecommunication networking industries and telecommunication service providers.
   
 
Rohan Thakur
94/100 Mathematics CET
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100/100 Mathematics CET
 
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