When last Semester/ Year is approaching, everyone in the B.tech or Technical department is going to face 1 question from himself/herself or from his/her friends. That question is “What you are going to do after B.Tech ?” This question is the foremost important question in every Engineer’s life. This question have great impact on the lives of last semester students. Some students get so worried and confused that they get Insomnia. Each student has different plans and aspirations of what they want to be in the future. So it’s important to be aware of the choices that we are or we will be making for our future. For that correct choice, we must be aware of all the choices available to us after graduation as this would lead us to a better future. So let’s decide what you want to do after B.tech TODAY.
First of all lets divide the paths in 2 ways. First is for further studies after B.tech. Second is for becoming professional. So lets talk about Study Part first.
We all can agree that, there are some students who are better than us. Students who have clear goals than us. Students who like to study further. So we will talk about all the exams or areas where students can go after doing their B.Tech.
GATE is an exam which is based on what you have studied in your B.Tech. The exam opens the doors to various opportunities such as PSU and Post-graduation courses i.e. M.S & M.tech also. There are many opportunities/ chances which are generally left unexplored through GATE such as FPM program offered by IIMs in India. This Doctoral Program in Management offers various job opportunities along with a handsome stipend.
The students who have sound technical background should definitely appear for GATE exam based on technical knowledge, but, if engineering study does not interest you much, then this exam may not be for you. But still it is worth considering since there are many exams which are based on similar pattern as GATE and you can end up with a competitive package after any of these exams.
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Have you ever felt that engineering was never your true call?
It is never too late to switch over to what you feel is the right path for you. Alternately, you can be one of those people, who feel that management knowledge suits you better than your chosen career path. If management & business have ever been interesting for you, then you should consider pursuing MBA. CAT & XAT, these two exams are the most famous ones to get into a management program offered by a Reputed college. CAT is most famous because of some of the top colleges like IIMs, IITs, SP Jain Institute, FPM etc. accepts the exam scores. XAT is an entrance test for admission into XLRI. So, if you are thinking do go for MBA, you can give these exams.
CAT is a 3 hour online exam. It consists of 100 questions. Colleges recruit by seeing percentile in CAT. Then these colleges conduct a counselling cum interview session. But remember you have to have a very high percentile to get into top colleges. Your academic background must be strong. These colleges do take your 10th and 12th percentage as well as B.Tech percentage into consideration.
This exam is recommended for those who don’t have interest in pursuing technical jobs & wish to get into Finance, Banking, Data Analytics jobs. But always remember, these exams need a strong hold on numerical & verbal ability. So, ask yourself at least once that, can you handle tough aptitude questions ?& If yes, then this is meant for you.
We all know that facilities provided by the foreign Universities are better than those that are available here. If you want to explore & experience an entirely new culture while studying, then going abroad can be the best option for you. Along with studies, you can also opt-in the various fellowships in research & development categories available abroad. GRE or IELTS, these two exams are conducted for admission into foreign universities for M.S (Master of Science) program. These type of exams are mostly conducted to test your proficiency in English Language. It consists of two major sections i.e. Aptitude and English. The aptitude section is comparatively simple if compared to CAT. But in English section, you need to memorise a lot of dictionary words. Once you have a valid GRE score, then, you can apply to different universities along with Statement of Purpose (SOP). These universities will verify your academic background along with valid GRE score before taking admission. You can also get scholarship that can cover your basic expense in these countries.
Engineering Services Exam, has a similar course structure as GATE but it also has an addistional non-technical exam which is not provided in GATE. This exam is for those students who aspire to land government jobs in sectors such as Defence, PWD, Railways etc. But the recruitment process involves three steps. To go through ESE you have to clear written objective exam first, then written conventional paper & if you qualify both stages, then, you have to appear for Personality Test or we can say interview. You can prepare for GATE & ESE simultaneously.
Public Sector Undertaking, there are many organisations conducting their independent written exams such as CIL. ISRO and BARC conduct their own exams every year. The exams are based on a pattern which is very similar to GATE and ESE. So preparing for these exams do have many side benefits. These industries recruit through written exam and then an interview.
This option is for those students which belong to a reputed college, where top companies visit for recruitment. You can prepare for Campus Placement by having strong Numerical Aptitude & Reasoning. Also, you have to be resume ready because these companies interview you on the basis of, what you have written in your resume. So, we advice you to do not write anything fake just to impress, because they can cross question you on the lines of whatever you have written in your resume. Also, you should have good knowledge of, what you did in your B.Tech project & internship because interview is mainly focused on these aspects.
There are many private sector companies which conduct exams for entry into them. Some exams are e-litmus & AMCAT. These exams are based on knowledge of Aptitude and English. You can expect a package of 4-8 lacks after clearing these exams. But there is no guarantee of job it can only get you job if jobs available in market. So, this is comparatively a risky option as compared to other options.
These type of exams are very popular nowadays. As there are large number of vacancies that are available in these exams. Generally these exams consists of Numerical Ability, Reasoning, English, General Awareness & Computer Applications. Also, these are pretty generic topics which can be easily prepared & once you clear the written exam, you have to go through an interview in order to get the job.