Which engineering branch should I opt for in B.Tech as I like maths but don't have any interest in physics and chemistry?

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    Sandip Sahoo

    4 years ago
    If you are good in mathematics, no subject will be difficult for you in engineering. You can go for any course, as you are strong in mathematics.
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    Aarti Singh | Guide-Level 14

    4 years ago
    Dear Darpan, these are the subjects that you will have to study in first year in all the branches so, don't shy away from them, just work hard and all will be fine. Concentrate on the branch you are interested in and go for it. Also pay attention to the institution you will opt for. Try for some good private university. Many reputed private universities are offering B.Tech degree with various specializations. They have their different criteria for admissions. Some offer admission on basis of JEE scores, some offer admission on basis of their own tests and some offer admission on the basis of both. Some even offer direct admission on basis of ... view more
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    SACHIN NAMDEV M. Sc. Mathematics at Govt. P. G. College, Damoh | Contributor-Level 9

    4 years ago
    You should opt for computer Science engineering. If you have too much interest in Maths, then you can do B.Sc. Maths Hons.
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    Priyanka Tiwari

    4 years ago
    It is easy if you could find your keen interest, if you are good with computers, go for computer engineering, else if you like vehicles and machine go for Mechanical or automobile engineering. There are so many options for you, but you need find out your own keen interest.
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    Akshit A BTech CSE | Contributor-Level 8

    4 years ago
    You can go for CSE or Mathematics, as both the branches include Maths. There are many colleges in which Mathematics is not present, then you can consider CSE as an option.
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    Repring Ardao

    4 years ago
    You can opt for either CS (Computer Science) or IT (Information Technology). These branches don't involve much of physics and chemistry. You have to do coding all the time and learn mathematics. Coding will require you to do logical reasoning and solving problems. These subjects demand high IQ and reasoning ability.
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    The Lost Soul | Contributor-Level 7

    3 years ago
    You have to study physics, chemistry in the first year. But, that won't be a problem everything will be from PUC.
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    iam ssuhana | Guide-Level 14

    3 years ago
    You should go for Computer Science and Engineering or go for B.Sc (Hons) in Mathematics or Actuary Science. For B.Tech in Computer Science, you must have done 12th in the non-medical stream (PCM) with 60%. Various engineering colleges in India also offer direct admission on the basis of score in 12th. Various engineering colleges in India also offer direct admission to Diploma holders in the second year of the course and in reputed institutes, after completing Diploma student get an entry in the second year of B.Tech through LEET. Some private institutes like BITS-Pilani, VIT, LPU University, etc., conduct their separate entrance test. Top co... view more
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    Ashwani Kumar | Contributor-Level 6

    4 years ago
    You can opt for CS, IT, Mathematics, and Scientific Computing. In these, you would do maths and coding. These branches require high IQ.
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    Aishwarya Agrawal Engineer | Mentor | Contributor-Level 10

    4 years ago
    You should opt for CS or IT.

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