A nuclear engineer is responsible to design x-ray machines and MRI machines. The key role of nuclear engineer is to develop star power or the nuclear fusion reactions. The nuclear engineers are also aimed to work on delivering the power to the homes and overseeing the construction of the power plants. This field is not new for the people. People can opt this stream in various private engineering colleges and also in the IITs. It is said that 2.5 million jobs will be made available by the government for the engineers till 2016. So, this is one of the bright futures that you are looking for.
A bachelor’s degree in nuclear engineering will be very helpful. People can take this profession as a profession of interest to experiment with the challenges. Passing of 10+2 examination with equivalent marks of 60% in Physics, maths and Chemistry subjects is very essential.
There are various colleges and institutes that conduct entrance examinations before giving admissions. After 10+2 you have to clear the entrance examination to enter this profession. This is one of the oldest and the tuff professions in India. Quick decision making skills, good problem solving skills and excellent communication skills are also must.
Many nuclear engineers get placed in various multinational organizations so, their starting salary starts from Rs 15,000-20,000 Rs. It goes on increasing with the increase in the experience and job position.