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bharani
bharani asks:
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what is better course?aeronautical or I.T.

i am a twelfth student passed at 85 % i want to study engineering what is the best course in engineering
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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
Hello,

From the information you shared in your question, it seems you may be a student in India. The Education.com community is primarily focused on education and parenting in the United States. I suggest meeting with a guidance counselor or teachers at your school (or at the local college). They may have excellent insights to share with you, and will be able to ask you questions in person to help guide you in the right direction.

For general information about careers and college degrees, here are some resources on Education.com (again, focused on the U.S., but you may find some tips that apply for you too)...

Careers (includes job descriptions): http://www.education.com/topic/teens-work/

Career Planning & Development: http://www.education.com/topic/career-decisions-child/

High School - School & Academics articles (including what subjects to take to prepare for college): http://www.education.com/grade/academic/high-school/

Thanks for asking!
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Karenmom
Karenmom writes:
You mentioned engineering, aeronautical would probably be the better choice dealing with behind the scene design, construction and science of aircraft and space craft.  Since you specifically said aeronautical, I assume you want to deal with more outer space craft instead of air craft in general.  I.T. deals more with computer software, information systems, programming languages or basically anything from installing applications to complex computer software networks.  With this in mind and engineering being your preferred choice-aeronautical seems to be the better choice.  Speak with a guidance counselor at school to discuss which is best to serve your particular needs.  They will be able to pinpoint exactly what would benefit you the most.

Best Wishes!
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HeatherPeterson124
HeatherPete... writes:
That really depends on your passion. If you are interested in computers, there are many degrees available for you like a computer science degree online.

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HeatherPeterson124
HeatherPete... writes:
Go for aeronautical engineering then. You can have a lot of competitors, or I must say there are already a lot of IT students nowadays.
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