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1. Civil Engineer: Civil engineers design and oversee the construction of infrastructure projects, such as roads, bridges, buildings, and water supply systems.

2. Mechanical Engineer: Mechanical engineers design, analyze, and maintain mechanical systems and equipment used in various industries, including manufacturing and energy

3. Electrical Engineer: Electrical engineers work on electrical systems, including power generation, electronics, and control systems for devices and machinery

4. Aerospace Engineer: Aerospace engineers design and develop aircraft, spacecraft, and related systems, ensuring safety and performance

5. Chemical Engineer: Chemical engineers design processes and systems for chemical manufacturing, including the production of chemicals, fuels, and pharmaceuticals.

6. Computer Engineer/Software Engineer: Computer engineers and software engineers develop computer hardware and software systems, including computer chips, operating systems, and applications.

7. Environmental Engineer: Environmental engineers work to develop solutions for environmental problems, such as pollution control, waste management, and sustainable practices.


8. Biomedical Engineer: Biomedical engineers combine engineering principles with biology and medicine to design medical devices, equipment, and systems.

9. Industrial Engineer: Industrial engineers optimize processes and systems in manufacturing and production to improve efficiency and reduce costs.

10. Nuclear Engineer:- Nuclear engineers work in the nuclear power industry, designing and maintaining nuclear reactors and ensuring safety and regulatory compliance.

11. Petroleum Engineer:- Petroleum engineers design and oversee the extraction of oil and natural gas from underground reservoirs, optimizing drilling and production techniques

12. Materials Engineer:- Materials engineers study the properties and applications of materials to develop new materials with specific properties

13. Systems Engineer:- Systems engineers work on complex systems, ensuring that all components work together seamlessly, often in aerospace, defense, and technology industries.

14. Structural Engineer:- Structural engineers design and analyze the structural integrity of buildings, bridges, and other structures.