Depends on what you mean by "better". If you can keep a network running, you can probably find work just about anywhere, just about any time. But you could be canned just as easily, you'll probably do a lot of miserable shift work, and (speaking generally here) your value to the organization will always be rather limited because you're a supporter rather than a producer. The guy who keeps the coach's headset running is important, but it's the running back that brings in money. On the other hand, in computer engineering you will be more specialized in a more sophisticated field. Fewer companies need that kind of expertise, but those that do will value it more. Which sounds better to you?
Mechanical engineering computer science and engineering electricial engineering electronics n telecommunication engineering civil engineering
i choose computer engineering because it has good placement . everybody tell that it is better for girls because the job in it is very easy & it is a office job
Neither, that is a matter of opinion. Various people will give you various answers. If you look at numbers, at least near where I live, there are many more mechanical engineers than computer engineers, so you could say that mechanical engineering is more popular. But you cannot say which is better without more detail, in example: better salary, or better job opportunities.
In engineering Electrical & electronics branch is better than E & C and is having more salary & job opportunities.
Possibly computer science because it can give more job opportunities
At the moment, computer engineering jobs don't seem to be available, or at least accessible through online employment sites. You could probably obtain better results by contacting your university/college's engineering department and inquiring about guidance or possible job opportunities that they would recommend, based on your training and background.
no job-no grl-no problm..... no job-no grl-no problm.....
get a job
It depends on where you live or intend to work...
The booming IT sector in India presents large-scale job opportunities for fresh computer science graduates. Candidates from top engineering Universities and colleges like VIT JAIPUR get attractive job offers from diverse MNCs & IT companies. computer science & engineering or information technology begin their career as IT engineers’. Career in IT is considered one of the most high-paying jobs and is imbued with opportunities; particularly in an era where India’s prowess in information technology industry is recognized globally. Also, computer engineers have a range of options to work in IT companies in departments such as design, development, assembly, manufacture and maintenance, etc. vitj.ac.in/computer-science-engineering/
Do the one that you like the most. There are plenty of great career opportunities for both.
variety of reasons for work and job opportunities for a better quality of life for a safer life for better educational opportunities
The field of instrumentation engineering is in demand. Instrumentation engineering stemmed out of the demand in electrical engineering. This a need for those choosing career paths in both electronics and instrumentation engineering.
I think you can get a job and get paid better
See the link below for a survey of India and nuclear power
For a fresher its very difficult to get a job. There are a lot of option. I suggest you don't wait for opportunities always try to get opportunities. Have you heard about sap? For material engineering sap mm module is a good option. I am sure after sap certification you can get job easily.
You can find job opportunities for engineering technology at places online, but it does not seem like there are very many out there. jobs.gecareers.com/go/Engineering-Technology-Jobs/235401/
From a career & job point of view, I think biomedical engineering has an upperhand compared to chemical engineering.
Artists have good job outlooks when specializing in computer graphics. Traditional artists will have limited opportunities but may find many freelance opportunities.
Chemical Engineer, Civil Engineer and Computer Hardware Engineer are engineering jobs.
The requirements for an optical engineering job include a high school and college diploma with a concentration in a relevant field, such as optical engineering, physics, or engineering. However, many higher paying opportunities in optical engineering will be available to those with a relevant and advanced degree.
In search of better job opportunities, and better standard of living for their families
computer science and or chemical engineering.