Career Options after B.Tech – B.Tech Career Prospects

B.Tech is a four years of technical education course which dictates a student’s career. The career or the profession they choose is openly marks their educational standards and knowledge of the particular subject. This article gives you a glimpse about the career options and prospects you have after B.Tech.

Based on your specialization in B.Tech, you can find a number of career opportunities. If you are from IT background, IT & IT Enabled Services sector is best suited one for you. The students of Mechanical Engineering opts mechatronics and pure mechanical sectors to be settled job holders. The students belong to Electronics, electrical and communications engineering can opt their career in software, mobile applications, signaling and defense sectors. They can also choose their career in government sectors like remote sensing, irrigation, electricity etc.

Chemical Engineering is one of the booming sectors all around the world. Petro chemicals and textile industry are some sub categories in chemical engineering field where engineering graduates can choose their earning. Civil engineering and Aviation engineering or aeronautics are also on the cards to accommodate maximum number of engineering students in their relevant sectors.

B.Tech students are very much eligible for UPSC, Navy and Army jobs. Hence, we can see a lot of engineering students writing Civil Services, navy and army examinations.

Some students believe that B.Tech is as a foundation course for pursuing higher education like M.Tech, M.B.A, M.C.A and other relevant courses in India or abroad. Above the all, some courageous and financially well established engineering students start their own business and step into entrepreneurial world after getting a good experience in reputed companies.

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