Science / Humanities

Qualified scientists, experienced academicians, along with cutting-edge technical resources, strategic industry linkages and state-of-the-art infrastructural facilities combine to give value addition to BTech degree in the following courses of engineering at Brainware Group of Institutions:

Civil Engineering

Intake: 60 Lateral Entry: 12
Civil Engineering is arguably the oldest engineering discipline. It deals with the built environment and can be dated to the first time when someone placed a roof over his or her head or laid a tree trunk across a river to make it easier to get across.
The built environment encompasses much of what defines modern civilization. Buildings and bridges are often the first constructions that come to mind, as they are the most conspicuous creations of structural engineering, which is one of the major sub-disciplines of Civil Engineering. Roads, railroads, subway systems, and airports are designed by transportation engineers, another branch of civil engineering. There is also the less visible creation of Civil engineers. Every time when you open a water faucet, you expect water to come out, without thinking that civil engineers made it possible.
Civil engineers can be found in the aerospace industry, designing jetliners and space stations; in the automotive industry, perfecting the load-carrying capacity of a chassis and improving the crashworthiness of bumpers and doors. They are found in the ship building industry, the power industry, and many other industries wherever constructed facilities are involved. And they plan and oversee the construction of these facilities as construction managers.
Civil Engineering is a thrilling career option, because at the end of the day you can see the fruits of your labour-whether it is a completed bridge, a high-rise building, a subway station, or a hydroelectric dam.

Mechanical Engineering

Intake: 60 Lateral Entry: 12
Mechanical Engineering is perhaps the broadest and most diverse of engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers play a central role in industries such as automotive (from car chassis to its every subsystem—engine, transmission, sensors); aerospace (airplanes, aircraft engines, control systems for airplanes and spacecraft); biotechnology (implants, prosthetic devices, fluidic systems for pharmaceutical industries); computers and electronics (disk drives, printers, cooling systems, semiconductor tools); microelectromechanical systems, or MEMS (sensors, actuators, micropower generation); energy conversion (gas turbines, wind turbines, solar energy, fuel cells); environmental control (HVAC, air-conditioning, refrigeration, compressors); automation (robots, data and image acquisition, recognition, control); manufacturing (machining, machine tools, prototyping, microfabrication). To put it simply, Mechanical Engineering deals with anything that moves, including the human body, a very complex machine. Mechanical engineers learn about materials, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, control, instrumentation, design, and manufacturing to understand mechanical systems.

Electrical Engineering

Intake: 60 Lateral Entry: 12
Electrical Engineering is an exciting field that has been on the cutting edge of technology for more than a century. Electrical engineers design, develop, build and test electrical and electronic devices such as high definition television, embedded computer systems, solar power generators, microprocessor chips, electronic amplifiers, laser sources, robots and intelligent systems. Electrical Engineering majors learn the physics of electricity and magnetism; mathematics of circuits and systems; and engineering tools of analysis and design. They are trained in the design and manufacture of economical and safe products that enhance the quality of life of human beings.

Electronics & Communication Engineering

Intake: 60 Lateral Entry: 12
Electronics & Communication Engineering deals with electronic devices, circuits, communication equipments like transmitter, receiver, integrated circuits (IC). It also deals with basic electronics, analog and digital transmission & reception of data, voice and video (Example AM, FM, DTH), microprocessors, satellite communication, microwave engineering, antennae and wave progression. It aims to deepen the knowledge and skills of the students on the basic concepts and theories that will equip them in their professional work that involves analysis, systems implementation, operation, production, and maintenance of the various applications in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

Computer Science Engineering

Intake: 60 Lateral Entry: 12
Computer Science Engineering deals with design, implementation, management of information system of both software and hardware processes. While Information Technology deals with the use of computers and computer software to convert, store, protect process, transmit, and retrieve information, Computer Science is a scientific and practical approach to computation and its applications. The difference between CSE and IT is that while CSE deals with the design and development of new software and hardware parts of computer, IT aims at designing, developing, implementing and managing computer-based information systems including software applications and computer hardware. When computer and communications technologies are combined, the result is Information Technology, or 'InfoTech'. A computer scientist specializes in the theory of computation and the design of computational systems.

MTech - Electronics & Communication Engineering

While BTech prepares you with the basic knowledge of technical subjects, MTech helps you get a better insight into subjects you develop a keener interest in. By this time, you are mature enough to expand your horizons.
An MTech degree adds value to your education and gives you an edge over the others. You are enriched knowledge wise and skill wise as you choose to specialize in the core subjects. Your practical knowledge, expanded skill set and on field experience will make you stand out and help you to advance in your career.
Moreover, you will get to meet people with technical bend of mind, people who might be on the same path as yours. Such encounters often lead to great accomplishments in the future.


Intake: 60
Whether you are a fresh graduate or a master degree holder in any subject, a young or a senior professional, pursuing an MBA course is always a viable and prudent choice of career. In fact, with a Masters in Business Administration, you can gain an edge over the others.
MBA is an all-encompassing curriculum that studies the multifarious aspects within a business organization. It hones your analytical skills, interpersonal skills, verbal and non-verbal communication skills, technical skills ,creative skills, networking skills as well as your ability to integrate information, and decision- making ability, to name a few. It not only accentuates your business management capabilities, but you also get to know how to interact with colleagues, potential employers, and other professionals. Management study expands your horizons, tutors you on leadership, teamwork and collaboration. What’s more, you are also equipped with skills for starting your own business venture.
Through studying MBA, you acquire a holistic perspective of the business world. For an MBA student, this insight is a great asset- not only to you as a manager, but also as a potential employer. It pulls you out of your comfort zone, helps you to deal with the latest issues, apply the newest management techniques and upgrade your ways.
Statistics show that MBA candidates are more prepared for challenges, promoted sooner, and paid higher. Additionally, you get to demonstrate your unique abilities.
As you pursue this advanced degree, you will wonder at the vast range of opportunities unfurling before you ...