What is the full form of BE?

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    • Bachelor of Engineering is an undergraduate course in Engineering and is imparted in a number of streams like; Civil, Mechanical, Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunication, Metallurgy, etc. ). In India it is equivalent to B.Tech degree being awarded some of the major colleges. While IITs, NITs, etc award a B.Tech degree on successful completion of engineering course, almost all the colleges in West Bengal award a BE degree on completing engineering course. The duration of BE is four years and the essential requirement is 10 +2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as a subject.

      BE and B.Tech are the same thing. In India the best institutes to pursue BE/B.Tech are IITs and NITs. The older IITs like IIT Kanpur and IIT Kharagpur are the stalwarts that lead the pack. But slowly many other colleges have picked up the race and now lead the pack.

      To get into the IIT a person has to crack a very tough entrance examination. Same is the case with NIT (full form of NIT is National Institute of Technology).

      In essence BE is Bachelor of engineering and contains more theory than the B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology) which contains more practical part. But there is no set guidelines regarding the percentage of theory and practical courses in the two. It might depend upon the institute offering these degrees. It might so happen that the B.Tech course offered by one institute has more theory than the BE course offered by other institute.

      So traditionally there used to be a difference between BE and B.Tech but slowly that line has blurred.

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BE and B.Tech are the same thing. In India the best institutes to pursue BE/B.Tech are IITs and NITs. The older IITs like IIT Kanpur and IIT Kharagpur are the stalwarts that lead the pack. But slowly many other colleges have picked up the race and now lead the pack.
To get into the IIT a person has to crack a very tough entrance examination. Same is the case with NIT (full form of NIT is National Institute of Technology).

In essence BE is Bachelor of engineering and contains more theory than the B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology) which contains more practical part. But there is no set guidelines regarding the percentage of theory and practical courses in the two. It might depend upon the institute offering these degrees. It might so happen that the B.Tech course offered by one institute has more theory than the BE course offered by other institute.
So traditionally there used to be a difference between BE and B.Tech but slowly that line has blurred.

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