26th June 2015 06:40 PM  
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Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Which engineering branch should I opt if I am good in chemistry .maths and computer 

10th July 2014 10:49 AM  
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Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Which branch i should chose if i am interested in chemistry, maths and in physics mechnics 

19th April 2013 01:18 AM  
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Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? I advise aerospace,aeronautical engineering 

19th April 2013 01:18 AM  
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Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? I advise aerospace,aeronautical engineering 

26th March 2013 06:02 PM  
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Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? which branch i can opt when i like only phyisics but not maths 

1st August 2012 05:53 PM  
BHAUMIK K. PATEL 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Hi amit, actually MATHS and PHYSICS are the basics of all engineering branch and if you are good at these then you can excel in any of the branch. You can opt for Mechanical engineering environmental engineering electronics engineering electrical engineering marine engineering so , best of luck 

14th March 2012 12:55 PM  
jobsick 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Aeronautical Engg., Electronics and Instrumentation Engg., Electronics and Electrical Engg., Electronics and Communication Engg., Mechanical Engg., Automobile Engg., Civi Engg., Others Degree Studies include, Robotics, Applied physics and mathematics, Operations research, Atomic and Molecular Quantum Dynamics, Nanoscience, Theoretical Physics and Mathematics, Astro physics, 

29th February 2012 05:57 AM  
123dolly 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? hi friend, it is very good that you have intrest in math as well as physics... but in the physics there are different section of the topics...such as mechanics,electrostate,electricitty....so tell me in which you are more intrested. but according to me.....mechanical,electrical or electronics will be good for the better carrier and job. 

28th February 2012 10:01 AM  
drurv 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? hi friend, it is very good that you have intrest in math as well as physics... but in the physics there are different section of the topics...such as mechanics,electrostate,electricitty....so tell me in which you are more intrested. but according to me.....mechanical,electrical or electronics will be good for the better carrier and job. 

6th December 2011 02:26 PM  
jayparikh 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Quote:
actually MATHS and PHYSICS are the basics of all engineering branch and if you are good at these then you can excel in any of the branch. You can opt for Mechanical engineering environmental engineering electronics engineering electrical engineering marine engineering so , best of luck 

6th December 2011 01:46 AM  
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Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? If you absolutely despise chemistry. Dont take chemical engineering 

31st August 2011 08:23 PM  
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Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? iam interseted only in maths can u suggest me which is the gud branch????????? 

30th July 2011 10:10 AM  
saasmari 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Hi, if you are very much interested in mathematics, then you can choose civil, mechanical. Manufacturing, geo informatics, etc which are more lively and involves good mathematical knowledge. 

28th July 2011 11:40 PM  
kartikayan 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Hi dear, If you are good in Physics and maths then Mech Enggineering is best for you. otherwise you will enjoy electrical engineering, If you want to go to research and develop new processes take chemical engineering. Thanks 

3rd June 2011 06:27 AM  
balarmkec 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Quote:
In both courses one must be strong in maths and physics. All the best 

26th April 2011 03:39 PM  
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Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? I'm now candidate for marine engg exam what should i prepare myself to pass an exam succesfully? 

29th August 2010 04:08 AM  
cenaetion 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? dear friend, see,it does not matter, maths and physics are common for all the streams.. so, you can go for any one of the mention streams, Electronics and communication Electrical Mechanical Civil all the best.. 

29th August 2010 12:14 AM  
robart 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? dear friend, maths is required for every engineering discipline. as you are interested in maths and physics then for you ASTROPHYSICS will be the best option. also you can do engineering in following branches... mechanical, electrical, civil, computer science, production etc. all the best. 

29th August 2010 12:00 AM  
poplu13 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? All engineering Branches have application of maths and physics..You can go for Electrical branch as it involves a lot of calculations or you can go for Civil ranch as it has application of measurements etc. 

28th August 2010 01:31 PM  
imira 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? All the branches in engineering deal with physics and maths.So you can opt for mechanical, electrical, automobile or civil engineering. Choose the one in which you are interested. 

27th August 2010 01:55 PM  
jainlove 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? you can go to any branch in which you can find interest, if you are much interested in math & physics then i will suggest you either Mechanical or ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATION 

5th August 2010 02:39 AM  
jainlove 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Quote:
i'll suggest you either take electronic & telecommunication or mechanical or mining 

4th August 2010 08:05 PM  
Sathishkannan 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? civil and mechanical engineering is the better choice those who are interested in maths and physics since these two branches hold most of these concepts. 

4th August 2010 07:10 PM  
Singh Anurag Atul kumar 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? if u are good and take interest in mathematics and physics then u can go for mechanics this the best for u if u not interested in mechanics then u can go for eletrical or civil engineering. 

4th August 2010 01:28 PM  
Sushant Roy 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Quote:
Electronics: Less need of maths (hardly math dominates in 34 sub of eng. and same case for physics but whole branch has minor sub related to physics.) Electrical:same as above Mechanical: Maths has great dominance over the degree, physics's fundamentals are used IT and Computer: Normal maths and no physics is used only basic understanding is enough. Civil: Very calculative , no physics. I think , just taking into consideration that you are good in phy or math , you shouldnt take an engineering branch, instead you have to think that which branch is good for future aspect. 

4th August 2010 10:29 AM  
rohity821 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? u should opt for mechanical if u have interst in maths coz in mechanical ther are 46 subjcts out of which 42 are of maths all the best 

3rd August 2010 08:42 PM  
Somesh Goenka 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Hello, Lets make one thing clear. Interest in Maths and physics are good upto +2, later on its of no use. You will have physics only in ur 1st or at most 2nd semester. Thereafter there is no branch in engineering that has physics. Again Maths, is also limited to the 4th sem of each branch. So, interest in these subjects is typically useless. So, its better you lookout for job oriented engg branch, which is as follows: 1.CS 2.ECE 3.Mechanical 4.EEE 5.IT Good Luck! 

1st August 2010 12:49 AM  
agentroy 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? hi the detail are as follow 1.civil engineering. 2.mechanical engineering. 3.electrical engineering. 4.electronics & communication engg. 5.instrumental engg. 

1st August 2010 12:46 AM  
s.k.singh 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? dear friend, Your subject interest is very helpful for you in engineering field.. But as per the today's situation of market, you should opt Mechanical, Civil,electrical branch, or any core branch. kindly go through the counselling. good luck. 

1st August 2010 12:38 AM  
s.k.singh 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? dear friend, Your subject interest is very helpful for you in engineering field.. But as per the today's situation of market, you should opt Mechanical, Civil,electrical branch, or any core branch. kindly go through the counselling. good luck. 

1st August 2010 12:23 AM  
prashantmeghalia 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? you can take mechanical, electrical or civil. All these are evergreen trades. They will make your future bright. 

31st July 2010 11:12 PM  
karthu 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? hai I think you can take Electronics & communication as it involves a major part of physics & maths. 

31st July 2010 01:49 AM  
solution 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? hello dear for getting good job opportunity you should take core branch. as you are interested in Maths and Physics.so in core field of engineering you will have lots of advantages. you may take given below brach of engineering 1.civil engineering. 2.mechanical engineering. 3.electrical engineering. 4.electronics & communication engg. 5.instrumental engg. 6.EEE. all the best...... 

29th July 2010 02:45 AM  
subhasish 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Hello Friend You can take any one of the following course Electronics Engineering,Electrical Engineering,Mechanical Engineering,Civil Engineering . These all includes the subjects on which you have the interest.So opt for any one of then and go for it.All the best. 

10th July 2010 11:42 AM  
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Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Quote:
1)e&c 2)cs 3)electrical 4)civil 5)mechanical 6)it 7)applied electronics and instrumentation i am very much confused because i dont want any beaten track? 

6th July 2010 01:19 PM  
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Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? good afternoon sir i am very much interested in physics and a little bit in maths too so what do you suggest me which engineering branch should i opt for which has high scale payment as well as job security? 

6th July 2010 12:29 PM  
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Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? this is kalyani which branch of btech i must opt if am interested in physics chemistry and biology 

5th July 2010 05:35 PM  
Gop 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Hi, Interested in physics and maths. Need good job. Can consider Engineering subjects like Aeronautical Engg., Electronics and Instrumentation Engg., Electronics and Electrical Engg., Electronics and Communication Engg., Mechanical Engg., Automobile Engg., Civi Engg., Others Degree Studies include, Robotics, Applied physics and mathematics, Operations research, Atomic and Molecular Quantum Dynamics, Nanoscience, Theoretical Physics and Mathematics, Astro physics, Humanities, Social Sciences and Law, Nano technology etc.., All the Best. 

4th July 2010 05:57 PM  
August 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? dear friend maths and physics both are very important for an engineering student. u can take any of these streams 1.mechanical 2.electrical 3.civil 4.mining 5.computer science 6.electronics and communication. 7.information technology and many more streams are there u can choose any one of them as per your interest. all the best. 

4th July 2010 02:37 PM  
bhubaneshwari 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Dear friend, Whichever stream you take, you will not miss maths or physics. Since these two subjects interest you, you will find mechanical, electrical or civil engineering very interesting. All the best!! 

4th July 2010 08:00 AM  
gohan4 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? If you have keen interest in maths and physics you surely go for Electronics and communication or Electronics and electrical 

4th July 2010 01:36 AM  
atul_sus 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? hello friend if you excellent numerical skills in physics take production and industrial engineering it has wide scope or else opt for mechanical evergreen as ever by decades ....... 

4th July 2010 12:38 AM  
mathursaab 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? You can opt for mechanical, electronics and electrical. 

4th July 2010 12:09 AM  
siddharthkathuria 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? hi friend, according to me you should go for the following branches as per your interest and placement opportunities ece mech. electronics civil all the best 

3rd July 2010 11:59 PM  
vanshu sharma 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? electronics civil mechanical all these branches equally apply maths & phusics 

3rd July 2010 04:31 PM  
Shagun Makin 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Dear Amita if you have interest in Maths and Physics then best branch is "Electronics Engg."or "Electrical and Electronics Engg."As there are lot of government services which you can apply for by taking these branch. 

3rd July 2010 11:46 AM  
vanshu 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Electronics Civil Mehanical All these branches have good use of physics and maths in their subjects 

2nd July 2010 08:06 PM  
Hitha Nanjappa 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? well... mechanical and civil are the basic engg branches and deals wit purely Maths and Physics..!! 

12th June 2010 06:47 PM  
sanket mathur 
Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? Well mechanical ,electrical and electronics are branches you can opt for. 

11th June 2010 08:03 PM  
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Re: Which branch should I take for engineering if I have interest in Maths and Physics? which branch is best among IT and C.S.E. many people advised that both are having same job security and high scale payment. but i am very confused when i have gone through some websites which show the closing ranks of some colleges. for ex. in MGIT closing ranks for IT is 23992 and for cse 14222. please tell me which is best among them . 

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