What To Do After Engineering B.Tech (Graduation) – Job, PG or Business (Career Guidance/Counselling): Well, it is one of the most complicated question asked by the students who are studying engineering B.Tech/B.E courses or even B.Pharmacy courses, even some Degree (10+2+3) students but the answer is also not easy, the question is inversely proportional to the answer, beginning with the admission into the engineering, the students usually don’t think about Post Graduation, may be some of them think about it, few are business minded and they would like to implement their business ideas further and where few of them may be satisfied with a good job.
While so many colleges have their job placements, where lot of companies including the MNC’s will come to the colleges to interview the students and branch wise students are selected usually based on performance but those who aren’t selected need not worry, they may find better jobs outside also, the jobs are broadly classified into two types as per this article, one is ‘Field Related Job‘ and another one ‘Non-Field Related Job‘, companies of your filed may hire you but in case not then you may also look for other jobs which are of different field/branch, but if you want to do job-related to the field only then it is your choice although suggested also.
Options Available After the Engineering (B.Tech/B.E etc)
- Own Business: This can be considered as one of the best ideas, you can start a good business by yourself, you will have the engineering degree as well as the good business running but you may need some investment for this but you can start and resources may begin.
- Post Graduation: You can move to peruse the higher studies like M.Tech/MBA etc which ever in which you are interested, for this you may need to write the entrance exams to get qualified, or else you may take seat by management quota also, PGECET is for M.Tech admission in TS & AP states, ICET is for MBA admission in both states, GATE/GPAT can be considered to get admission in the M.Tech also.
- Job: Here if you get college placement of a good job then it’s okay or else you may hunt the job, for which we are classifying into three type which is as follows, continue reading for this.
- In another case from the given options, you can find other better options also. You May Also Like: How Students can Earn Online – Ways & Methods
The mentioned are the available options, but if a student chooses the option of the job then the further opportunities are available as follows, so many students from Mechanical does courses related to piping and other field related courses, where as CSE/IT passed out candidates will usually prefer to learn Java, .NET and other courses and another consultancy from outside may help them to get the job but may or may not charge them. This process usually happens where the is no campus selection.
- Campus Selection: This is the easiest way for the job before completing their courses, the offer letter will be given to students after successful selection and completion of course. Some times campus selection may be non-field related also.
- Private Field Related Job: Students can go outside and hunt job by themselves and if they are selected they can continue a good job.
- Private Non-Field Related Job: Usually those who don’t get their field related job may go up with this, students visit good call centers and give interviews, apart from call centers few prefer other opportunities also.
- Government Job: Under the jobs, the central & state level government jobs are the preferable because students with eligibility can write the entrance exams and if qualified may go up for the interview and if the entire process is completed they are selected and will be offered a job.
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