|Author: [Anonymous] 07 Dec 2015 Member Level: Diamond Points : 4 (Rs 4) Voting Score: 0|
Any course cannot guarantee a good job to any candidate.
To have a job after completion of any course depends upon many factors like-
1. The reputation of college from where you pursued your course.
2. Your grades in your academics.
3. Your interpretation skills.
4. Your attitude and body language which can be judged during interviews.
5. Your year for course completion. Gap between job and academics is usually not preferred by companies.
With reference to your particular query, after completion of B.Tech. in Computer Science, you may go for M.tech with same specialization and can also opt for MS from foreign universities.
The later option has good job prospects as foreign universities hire candidates with job bonds for 1-2 years most of the times.
So, this will give you degree as well as experience.
If you do not want to study further, you can still get a job in India but the salary scale will be lower comparatively. This can be improved gradually with dedication and hard work.
|Author: Vin 07 Dec 2015 Member Level: Silver Points : 0 Voting Score: 0|
M.Tech from abroad is a good choice but there is financial problem. Now M.Tech from our state has no that much value clearly i don't know about it, but i heard a lot M.Tech from here is not good.
|Author: Seema Shah 07 Dec 2015 Member Level: Gold Points : 6 (Rs 6) Voting Score: 0|
After BTech CS I would say that you need to take a judicious decision since it is the launch of your career and your entire future at stake.
This is what I feel that you must do:
a. Ask yourself where you want to be ten years down the line: work and what type of work, start your own business.
b. Is your interest in research, do you love digging deeper, can you hold your concentration for long? Then opt for higher studies.
c. If research does not interests you, then opt for a job.
d. With job you can do distance Masters in engineering or Management. You can also opt for some international certification and rise to a higher cadre.
e. Alternatively you can gather experience for two years and then go for a full time MBA
f. In you are planning higher studies, then you can do it in a reputed school in India or abroad. But frankly speaking avoid getting into a lower grade foreign university just because everyone else is taking admission. Decide a university and course carefully.
Now coming to your other question regarding people doing BTech but do not have a job: This is a case with many but for obvious reasons. These could be any of: Casual approach, no focus and depth in studies, lack of motivation, callous attitude, over confidence, ; last minute studies, copying assignments and journals, lack of communication and interpersonal skills, lack of goals or future plan, joined college because of parents push etc.
Where is the passion? Where is the drive to achieve and be excellent? I have seen such people at close quarters.
But believe me: they all regret it when they do not get placed several times during the placement cycle. It is too late, to do anything and ensure that you get placed.
I hope this answers your question.
|Author: Sheo Shankar Jha 08 Dec 2015 Member Level: Gold Points : 5 (Rs 5) Voting Score: 0|
After acquiring B.tech in computer - science, you should look out for the job in the relevant area. The present market trend is very favourable for the Computer - professionals. Hence this situation must be exploited to the greatest extent. Keep the following things in mind-
1) So long as you don't get any assignment, brush up your entire course. Identify the weak areas and the same is to be strengthened.
2) Develop your communication -skill. Any deficiency in this area can be corrected by joining any Institute offering expertise in this direction.
3) Have patience and maintain cordiality in your approach during The course of Interview.
4) Keep in touch with latest modules of soft- ware so that you remain fully conversant with all such modules.
In that way, you can cash in the situation in your favour. The main advantage of getting a job in a fortune company would keep you ahead in the field of expertise and competence. M.Tech course would take additional time in completion of the course and the time span of two years in completion of the course would curtail your valuable time in your service - career. M. Tech can be persued even after joining a Soft- ware company with the requisite permission of the authorities.
|Author: pramod kumar kushwaha 08 Dec 2015 Member Level: Silver Points : 1 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
Yes, you are correct some people are still jobless
So First make your Aim what do you want, going for higher study or job (which type of job).
There are plenty of jobs available for computer science engineer in different language and areas like java, oracle, Hadoop, SAP, etc. And also join LinkedIn there many jobs posted by HR from different company for CS branch engineer.
|Author: Ankit Garg 18 Dec 2015 Member Level: Bronze Points : 1 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
After Engineering, you should take experience for the job. If your age is not too much then you can try for further studies. But if you get good college then only you go for further studies else job is the best option. According to your interest you can also pursue for MBA which is also a good option.