Which engineering branch will be right for me?

I am interested in making rockets missiles and also interested in making lot of money.

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Asked by kavanshsh shah

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    Goutam Chatterjee | Guide-Level 11

    8 years ago
    Rocket - missiles are not made by any single individual. In fact a large dedicated team of scientists, engineers and technicians work for years before a prototype (working model) is produced. Such projects are government funded and are undertaken by DRDO. Secondly, scientists do not make lot of money.But what i understand from your question is that you would like to be a practical oriented engineer who must have opportunities to make good money. Then for you; best would be to pursue Computer science engineering from some reputed institution like IITs or NITs or at least from BITS or VIT or Manipal. For your goal, two things are important; one... view more
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    Aneeket Barua Manager (Product Operation)- Infoedge India Ltd. | Guide-Level 11

    8 years ago
    Dear Kavansh,
    Keeping in mind your interest towards Rockets and Missiles, the best career option for you will be in DRDO. The engineering branch for you will be Electronics and Communication, Mechanical, IT etc. You can even opt for Physics as stream for your studies and go for BSc. Physics followed by Masters and PhD. in Physics.
    For more information about the same, I would like to invite expert input from Dr.Goutam Chatterjee
    Hope this helps.
    All the Best.!

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