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Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Manufacturing Engineering) - Course Overview




    4 YEARS


    Manufacturing Engineering



Updated On - November 1st 2018 By SAKSHI GUPTA

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) Manufacturing Engineering Top Colleges, Syllabus, Scope and Salary

B.Tech. Manufacturing Engineering is a 4-year undergraduate academic degree course. It covers a wide range of activities like mechanical properties, process analysis, machine tools and other related processes.The minimum eligibility required for B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering is 10+2 from a recognized board or university.\

This course is offered by many colleges and Universities in India. You have to study both core subjects and electives.

Top Institutes offering this course are:

Tuition fee for B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering may range from INR 40, 000 to 1, 80,000 per semester.

B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering graduate can expect a salary between INR 10,000 to 20,000 every month in a private sector organization. There are many Career Options and Jobs for B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering graduates. Many reputed manufacturing firms that hire the pass outs of this course like Atlas Copco, JCB, Godrej and ASB in various profiles such as production manager, engineering manager, quality control, etc.

What is B. Tech Manufacturing Engineering about?

Manufacturing Engineering is a methodical process of changing raw materials into finished goods. A number of methods are obtainable to the engineer for this conversion process. B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering course includes all those methods beginning from product design through various processes and tools and enables the engineer to optimize the resources available to him or her in order to produce a superior product at low cost and meet the needs of the user.

CheckB.Tech Manufacturing Engineering Syllabus

Functional experience of the theory is given by the well-made laboratory practical in the latest areas of manufacturing engineering or technology.

Who should opt for B. Tech Manufacturing Engineering course?

  • An individual who has a basic understanding of core concepts, including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, material science and structural analysis should opt for this course.
  • The candidate should be good at Mathematics, creative, innovative and possess the logical mind and strong concepts.
  • The person who always looks for ideas to find solutions, have a practical approach and organizational ability or can handle stress should choose this course to make a good career ahead.

Duration of B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering

Bachelor of Technology in Manufacturing Engineering is a 4 years long course divided into 8 semesters. Each year is divided into two semesters. The course can be extended up to a maximum of 6-8 years.

Where to study?

Some of the Top institutes which offer B.Tech. course in Manufacturing Engineering are mentioned below:- 

Name of the College


Arulmigu Kalasalingam College of Engineering


BITS Pilani


Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology


National Institute of Foundry & Forge Technology


Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering & Technology


Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science


National Institute of Technology


Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology


How to Get Admission in Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Manufacturing Engineering)

The admission to this course can be through any of the following methods:

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)

JEE or Joint Entrance Examination is carried out in the month of April for admission to IITs and NITs. The application form of this course are out in the month of November and December.  It is divided into two steps:-

·   JEE Mains

·   JEE Advanced

Millions of candidates all over the country give this examination so that they can get admission in various reputed engineering colleges. A candidate should have scored minimum 50% aggregate in physics, chemistry and mathematics (PCM) to give this exam.

The detailed information is given below:-

admission process for B. Tech manufacturing engineering



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