- 05/13/2016 at 12:00 am #108Subho dasMember
What is the difference between B.tech and diploma???
- 05/25/2016 at 12:00 am #4632SumanMember
B.Tech : In India its a professional engineering undergraduate degree awarded after completion of 4 years of engineering study.
Diploma : A diploma is a specific academic award usually earned in professional/vocational courses, e.g., Engineering, Pharmacy, Design, etc. Its equivalent to general degree in that discipline for example, Diploma in engineering of Computer Science and engineering is rated differently than Bachelor of engineering in Computer Science and engineering but is equivalent to Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. It is taken soon after completing 10th.
- 12/20/2016 at 12:00 am #5748Olivia DasMember
The Bachelor of Technology : abbreviated as B.Tech (engineering) which is commonly a 3-4yrs course and can be done only after completion of higher secondary.
Diploma is a course which can be pursued just after 10th. And is a 3yrs course on which ever subject one wants. (not necessarily engineering subjects).
Diploma is considered as a lower degree than that of b-tech. This comparison can be done only when one have taken engineering subjects to do diploma
One who has completed diploma in engineering subjects can enter b-tech colleges through lateral entry. However they would enter in the 2nd year directly!
- 02/03/2017 at 12:00 am #7104Siddharth JaiswalMember
Degree courses like B.Sc/B.Tech are generally of 3-4 yrs duration. These courses are more preferred from an industry viewpoint because degree courses are supposed to be technically rigorous and thus prepare you better for the industry. Diploma courses on the other hand are generally of 2-3 yrs duration. And they might not be as revered in the industry. Obviously, the point to be noted is that the MBA programmes at IIMs are PGDM, which are Post Graduate diplomas. Thus there cannot be a 1 to 1 correspondence for degree vs diploma in a general case. But generally for undergraduate courses, degrees are more preferred. Lastly, you must decide the subject first and then go for your degree/diploma preference.
Hope this helped!