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B.E/ B.Tech and B.Arch: Know the Difference!
Often students confuse when it comes to choosing between B.E/ B.Tech and B.Architecture but they need to understand that B. Engineering/ B.Techand B. Architecture are completely different from each other and here is a table to show the same.
B.Tech/ B. Engineering
|1.||What is it?||This is the application of scientific and mathematical principles to practical ends such as the design, manufacture, and operation of efficient and economical structures, machines, processes, and systems.||Architecture is the activity of designing and constructing buildings and other physical structures by a person or a machine.|
|2.||How gets the degree?||The degree is awarded to those who have undertaken a Bachelor of Science degree program supplemented by either occupational placements (e.g., supervised practical or internships) or practice-based classroom courses.||Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) is a professional degree awarded to students after completion of five years of architecture study and research, to be followed by a period of practical training prior to professional examination and registration.|
|3.||Time duration||4 years||5 years|
|4.||Approving Authourity||AICTE. UGC are responsible for the approval of the bachelor's degree in b. tech.||Council of architecture (COA)|
|5.||What does it teach?||B.tech has a greater emphasis on technical engineering aspects, for example, electronics and electrical circuits, than the BSc. However, topics covered in B.Eng can overlap with BSc.||B. arch includes design of the total build environment, from a macro level of how a building integrates with its surroundings and to the micro level of architectural and construction details.|
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