The engineer is the most intelligent form of the human being. It is not just a statement. This explains a detailed story. The doctor risks his life at one time. The lawyer risks a case in one attempt. The chef risks eating a meal at once. But being an engineer, one has a great responsibility, because a collapsed bridge can end the lives of thousands of people at once. A shattered plane can destroy hundreds of families in one case. The failed dam could digest thousands of villages and cities within a time. Therefore, being an engineer is one of the greatest responsibilities one can assume throughout his life. Not only responsibility towards life, but also towards progress and development. The history of mankind has evolved around the success stories of scientists and engineers.
No wonder engineering is the preferred career choice for science students today. Since our modern educational system focuses on specialization, students have many flows that can be chosen during admission to the College of Engineering. Here we try to discuss and explain some of the most popular and popular flows (also known as branches) for the modern engineering courses system.
- Computer Science Engineering
Computers have proven to be the true deliverables of human greed for knowledge and development in the past three decades. Therefore, it is not difficult to understand why the computer science and engineering branch is one of the most famous and important branches of engineering since many years ago. Today, when computers are already secured, their presence in the primary school curriculum and an integral part of the children's home group as their favorite time lapse tool are undoubtedly an invincible part of human life. Computer science engineering includes studies, research and development related to architecture, management and deployment of information systems and applications, which intends to manage or use both software and hardware systems. Being a computer science engineer, one can choose an impressive career in system development, telecommunications industry, database management, application development, hardware research and development, multimedia application development and many more directions.
- Electronics and Communication Engineering
Communication has been a major factor in the process of human evolution. Electronics has been an important part of human life in the past 100 years. This revolution revolutionized the invention of radio, telephone and television, and then at a low cost of technology, their upcoming devices completely changed lifestyle. Nowadays, smartphones, smart watches, smart cameras, smart glasses and many other innovative tools have changed in general. Electronics and communications engineering provides an opportunity to study and research in the field of broadcasting and transmitting information via various media such as cables, radio signals, optical fibers, etc. The electronics and communications engineer may choose to work in different sectors such as electronic equipment design, research and development related to new era smart tools, integrated circuits, program interface, etc.
- Mechanical engineering
We can say that the effects of the presence of mechanical engineering can easily be highlighted from 3500 B.C. and this is the time when the wheel was invented. The invention of the wheel is the most important invention of this world. Mechanical engineering contributes to most machines. We are surrounded by a nail piece and even a stone crusher, from the tea pot holder to the massive ground motor, from the zip in the dress to the largest dam in the world, mechanical engineers have made our lives very easy and fruitful over the years. Mechanical engineers manufacture, design, assemble and maintain machines, power plants, motors, mega machines, etc. The automotive industry is one of the largest companies involved in the mechanical engineering industry. The stream of mechanical engineering mainly focuses on research and development of machine designs and implementation. It is an integral part of the aviation, automotive, heavy machinery and civil engineering industries.
- Civil Engineering
Men are social creatures and love to build society and live as part of societies. These social institutions include colonies and markets, including buildings and other structures. Therefore, with the beginning of civilization, civil engineering was an essential part of the human lifestyle and habitat. Civil engineering revolves around the design, planning and implementation of design, architecture and architecture for physical construction and natural institutions. By becoming a civil engineer, one can look for a job in building construction, real estate development, building engineering, urban planning, bridges and dams design, environment technician and land use etc.
- electrical engineering
The invention of electricity was a revolutionary event in the history of mankind for science and development. The availability of electricity at a later time proved necessary to benefit and apply most of the inventions and discoveries made. Today, we cannot even imagine our lives without electricity. Electricity has become so necessary for human life, that governments be judged according to the efforts made to provide electricity to the last man in society. Due to its importance, electrical engineering is called as a permanent branch of engineering. The College of Engineering definitely offers this influx in their institutes. Electrical Engineering is involved in developing and maintaining the electricity generation and distribution system. It is a kind of real-time industry, as electricity cannot be stored in huge size. For short-term and widespread backups that use batteries, transformers and UPS devices can be used to store and use electricity. The electrical engineer can work as an engineer in various sectors like electricity generation and distribution, quality control and security in electrical systems, design and manufacture of various electrical components etc.
Therefore, these were the 5 most important streams of engineering education. We will discuss 5 other flows in the next part of these writing processes.