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Payal Agarwal
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What should I do after BTech?

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  1. Engineering is the most popular career option in India. It is often said that ‘In India, You Become an Engineer First and Then Figure out What to Do with Your Life’. So, you became an engineer, now it’s time to think about What after BTech?

    The most common choices are to either continue your studies or to take up a job after BTech.

    Higher Studies:

    • MTech after BTech

    MTech is a two-year postgraduate course a student can take up after BTech. IITs are the best choice for students who opt for higher studies after BTech. If you can’t make it, go for the best NITs or state-sponsored universities such as Anna University and Jadavpur University. You need to clear GATE after BTech to get into IITs or NITs.

    • MS abroad after BTech

    This is of two different types. MS by course work and MS by Research

    MS by coursework: This program is suitable for students who wish to take up industrial roles later in their career. Just like MTech, you will get to specialize in your preferred field during this program.

    MS by research: It is a research-oriented masters program engineering students can take up. Here, you read theoretical papers, implement them, come up with unique ideas for your research and publish your paper in reputed journals.

    • MBA in India

    You’ve to write CAT to get into IIMS in the country. One of the IIMs conducts this test every year on a rotation basis. Many major management colleges consider CAT scores for admissions. Top private institutes like Symbiosis institute of management and XLRI conduct their own national level exams for admissions. Other popular entrance tests for MBA admissions are MAT, NMAT, and CMAT.

    • MBA Abroad

    You need to clear IELTS or TOEFL to apply for MBA in reputed universities abroad. Though not a mandatory requirement, most institutes consider GMAT or GRE scores as well for admissions. But you’re more likely to get rejected if you apply right after graduation. Relevant experience is mandatory to get into MBA colleges abroad.

    • Short Term Courses

    Web designing courses, Java and advanced Java framework, BIM, CAD, UI or UX development framework course, DBA-MySQL, etc. are the most popular short term courses after BE/BTech. These courses will take 3-6 months to complete. Engineers also take up courses in digital marketing and SEO. Courses in IoT, VLSI design, embedded systems, and design and automobile mechanics can open up new employment opportunities.

    JOBS after BTech

    Jobs in Private Company

    Get into one of those big MNCs who recruit engineers from India. If they find the right guy in you, there is no going back. With major global brands coming to India in search of cheap labour, plenty of employment opportunities are available to engineering graduates across the country.

    Government Jobs

    • Civil Services
    • Indian Engineering Services
    • Join PSUs
    • Indian Defence (Army/Navy/Airforce0
    • Indian Railways


    What about becoming a boss yourself? becoming an entrepreneur is something you should think about after BTech. Entrepreneurship is the ‘new thing’ around. Have an idea and courage to run a business. It requires time and investment. Becoming an entrepreneur involves a lot of risks depending on your mode of operation.


  2. After B.Tech, you can consider the following options:

    • Pursue higher education (M.Tech, M.S., or Ph.D.).
    • Start your career in your field of specialization.
    • Explore entrepreneurship and start your own venture.
    • Focus on skill development and certifications.
    • Consider government job opportunities.
    • Gain practical experience through internships or apprenticeships.

    Remember to assess your interests, goals, and the current job market to make the best decision for your future.

  3. Here are some options you can consider after completing your B.Tech:

    • Higher education: Pursue a Master’s degree or Ph.D. in your field of interest.
    • Start your career: Apply for entry-level positions in your specialization.
    • Entrepreneurship: Launch your own startup or business venture.
    • Skill development: Enhance your skills through certifications and short-term courses.
    • Government jobs: Explore job opportunities in the public sector.
    • Internships and apprenticeships: Gain practical experience through internships or apprenticeship programs.

    Thanks 😊

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