Well in this world nothing is worthless to do … everything has it’s application and it’s uses. BUT AND THIS IS A BIG BUT
THE chemical industry has been in danger and it will be in more danger in the near future … with the leading and innovative features coming in electric cars and other chemical replacing technologies like less use of fossil fuel and more use of natural energy like solar and wind , the chemical industry faces more competition now then ever. So what are companies doing , they are rather taking bsc chemistry graduates from tier 4 colleges as they work for long hours with less pay thus maximizing the profit in this dying field.
Now coming to chemical engineering in bits pilani ,you can do it but if you rather dream of taking a IT job like most engineer don’t waste all this money on a course which you wouldn’t use in the future and if you are really interested in chemical engineering than think economically , a btech is after all just btech … a masters is always preferred more … thus paying 18 lakhs on btech and later paying another 18–20 lakh on masters and eventually landing up with a 10 lakh job …. You will need 4–5 years just to get your ROI
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