What one is better among computer engineering and mechanical engineering?

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    Devesh Lathi Educational Counselor | Guide-Level 12

    5 years ago
    In India there are better job prospects for CS.
    But if you are the kind of person who likes Physics and feel happy in the company of machines and love hardcore engineering, then Mechanical is the field for you. But be aware that not many engineering colleges in India have amazing labs and workshops for Mechanical. So before opting for any college, do check out the facilities online.
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    anand kumar prajapati

    5 years ago
    I will suggest you for mechanical engineering. If you have good numerical solving capacity and imagination, you can go for mechanical because after mechanical engineering, you have lots of scope in government as well as private sector.
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    Mayank Kumar

    6 years ago
    It depends completely on your choice and aspirations. Both require determination and patience.
    All the best.
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    Sadia Khattak

    4 years ago
    Hello Jadav,Both of these branches have different and unique essence. The answer totally depends upon your interest, capability, talent, grasping power and inclination.If you are kind of guy who is good with not just computers but with its soul, i.e., hardware, software and most importantly programming languages (C, C+, VB, .NET, Java, etc.), and you don't get frustrated with complications of these, instead enjoy dealing with them, then, Computer Science is the branch for you.If you are the kind of guy who gets fascinated by the mechanics of everything that you see in your day to day life, say for example, the way your bike behaves in odd or ... view more
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    ajay g ajay

    4 years ago
    Mechanical is better as it is an evergreen branch.
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    Ritesh Kumar | Contributor-Level 10

    3 years ago
    Both the branches are good and the selection depends on the interest. As the current scenario indicates computer engineering is more valuable. I’d suggest visiting UEM Jaipur website to know more information on specialization:
    https://www.shiksha.com/university/university-of-engineering-and-management-jaipur-47406?q=University+of+Engineering+and+Management+Jaipur&rf=searchwidget&landing=ilp
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    MILIND KUMAR | Contributor-Level 8

    3 years ago
    This question can be answered from several perspective. Both are good branches and offer a lot of opportunities after completing your education. My answer would be in a general sense. CS fetches you more starting salary packages. Avenues to go abroad are plenty. Mostly, you would be working in a metro city like Delhi, Bangalore, Pune, Mumbai etc. Software job is monotonous. Software companies are the first to lay off people when the going gets tough, such as a recession. Government jobs are less. Mechanical-Entry level salaries are not much. However, after some experience, salaries are at par with CS/IT guys. Experience matters more here. An ... view more
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    Abhishek Kumar Mishra currently pursuing Btech;:Mechanical engineer | Contributor-Level 9

    3 years ago
    Totally depend on your choice which career you want to pursue in your future as you see yourself as a mechanical engineer or computer Science engineer it totally depends on you and your interest. I suggest you to don't compare between computer engineering and mechanical engineering both have their own significant values.
  • Both are best with respect to themselves, it always depends on your decision whether to choose mechanical or computer engineering. If you want to earn early and need to make more money than computer engineering will be an easy path. But if you have interest in practical applications of physics and models and if you think you like innovation related to mechanical then choose it.
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    pasha asif | Guide-Level 11

    3 years ago
    Computer Science and Engineering is much better than mechanical engineering in terms of scope, but don't take your decision just on the basis of scope, do consider your interest as well.

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