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About B.E/B.Tech Program

The Bachelor of Engineering (commonly abbreviated as BEng or BE) is an undergraduate academic degree awarded to a student after three to five years of studying engineering at university or college. The nature of the qualification varies around the world, hence it may or may not be a professional degree and it may or may not involve undertaking some engineering work. The course may or may not be accredited by a national professional society.

The bachelor of technology (commonly abbreviated as B.Tech. or B.Tech. (Hons) or BT) is an undergraduate academic degree conferred after completion of a three- or four-year program of studies at an accredited university or accredited university-level institution. The degree is conferred in the Commonwealth of Nations, the United States, Canada, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Republic of Ireland, India, and elsewhere

In general, the degree is awarded to those who have undertaken a degree program which is additionally supplemented by either occupational placements (e.g. supervised practice or internships), practice-based classroom courses, or associate degrees. Due to these requirements, the degree normally takes at least four years.


In some countries, the degree is awarded following completion of a curriculum which is career oriented, emphasizing practice as opposed to theory.

B.Tech in India



In India, the Bachelor of Technology degree (under the faculty of engineering & technology) is a professional degree awarded after completion of a 4-year program (eight semesters of classroom study which include seminar, practicals and projects). This course is usually offered by an institute of science and technology or a deemed university (University of High performance U/S 3 of the UGC Act).

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B.Tech in Australia



In Australia, the Bachelor of Technology programs are three to four years in duration. Honors awarded to graduates who successfully complete a four-year program.

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B.Tech in Canada



In Canada, the Bachelor of Technology designation is used inconsistently. Both universities and community colleges award the degree after completion of four-year programs but have different entrance requirements.
Care should be taken not to confuse the B.Tech. degree offered by university-level institutions with the Bachelor of Applied Technology (B.A.Tech.) or BAT offered by some community colleges in Canada. Community colleges are represented by the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) and university-level institutions by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC), the national accrediting body of universities in Canada. However, some community college engineering programs have recently been accredited by Engineers Canada following a thorough review by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB), i.e., Conestoga College and the British Columbia Institute of Technology. CEAB accreditation allows licensing as a "Professional Engineer (P.Eng.)" and ensures that graduates of these programs can continue with graduate engineering studies at traditional universities.
Care should be taken not to confuse the B.Tech. degree with the P.Tech. (Engineering) in Alberta designation used in Canada by the engineering technologists and technicians associations. P.Tech. (Engineering) allow engineering practice independently same as professional engineer, which is attained by after completion of a 2-3 year Engineering Technology diploma program.

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B.Tech in United Kingdom



The degree of level 3 is 2 to 4 years more of technical programe an academic award in the [United Kingdom and Scotland]. Those who take such programs are more commonly awarded a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree. B.Tech. degree with the United Kingdom's Business and Technology Education Council [BTEC] designation compared to [Bachelors Degree], which is a university degree. BTEC functions allow ambitious students to continue Masters.

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B.Tech in United States



In USA, The Bachelor of Technology degree is awarded after completion of a 2-4 year academic program. Many of the colleges and universities offering this degree are located in the states of Alaska (INDS), Florida, New York (New York City College of Technology, State University College at Buffalo, SUNY Morrisville, SUNY Cobleskill), Illinois (Chicago), Mississippi (Mississippi University for Women), Missouri (Northwest Missouri State University), Nevada, South Carolina (Charleston Southern University), Oklahoma (Rogers State University, Northeastern State University), Virginia and Georgia (Southern Polytechnic State University). For example World College located in Virginia offers Bachelor of Technology degrees.

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B.Tech in South Africa



In South Africa, the B.Tech is awarded by Universities of Technology and Comprehensive Universities - as distinct from Traditional Universities - and is generally practice or career oriented, as opposed to academically oriented. As an example, the BTech (Eng) is the qualification required for practising as an engineering technologist, as opposed to practising as an engineer with a B.Eng or BSc(Eng). Relatedly, it is often offered in areas in which there is no corresponding B.Sc. or BComm (e.g. B.Tech: Forestry Management, B.Tech: Explosives Management). The degree is obtained after four years of study, and is usually offered as a one year programme, following completion of a relevant three-year National Diploma. The degree (often) carries the same points as other Bachelor's degrees in terms of South Africa's National Qualifications Framework. At the same time, however, due to its orientation, it does not grant admission to the corresponding M.Sc. or MComm program, and students instead pursue the Master of Technology (M.Tech.) and Doctor of Technology (D.Tech.) degrees; it does grant admission to MBA programmes (see List of business schools in South Africa).

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B.Tech in Sri Lanka



In Sri Lanka, The Open University of Sri Lanka (since 1980 under University Grants Commission) is the pioneer in offering the BTech which has a duration of minimum five years. Undergraduates can be specialised in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and communication Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering and Textile and Apparel Technology.
B.Tech is offered by the recently established Uva Wellassa University (under University Grants Commission) which has a duration of four years. This is known to be a specialized degree where they are subjected to specialize in three fields, Food Engineering & Bioprocess Technology, Material science & technology and Mechatronics.
The BTech is offered in Sri Lanka by the University of Vocational Technology in following fields of Information Communication Technology, Building Services Technology, Manufacturing Technology, and Mechatronics Technology.

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