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Date: 31 Mar 2016   Posted By: Bobby Saini     Group: Career Guidance    Category: Engineering Jobs   

I have nearly competed my B.Tech(Civil) but have a low average. I am also pursuing AutoCAD and planning toso STADDPRO. My family wants me to study more. What should I do after BTech?
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Author: Kailash Kumar    01 Apr 2016      Member Level: Platinum     Points : 2  (Rs 2)    Voting Score: 0

First of all an introspection is required as to what are the reasons of low average scores as mentioned by the author. Is there any difficulty in fully understanding the underlying concepts or there is a dearth in commitment or devotion in studies. Even in the former case , by making due efforts concepts can be made clear under guidance of a proper teacher. However, in case the author finds himself not in a position to get the concepts clear, then there may not be desirable benefits in continuing studies in technical field. The B.Tech. degree may be treated as a general graduation degree and preparations for competitive examinations in which minimum qualification is a graduation degree, may be considered provided the scored marks fulfill the eligibility criteria. Banking services may be a good option.
However as far as continuing further studies is concerned, the author may identify his forte and consider continuing studies in only that field. It may be clearly noted that further progression in career depends on the acquired capabilities instead on the degrees possessed.


Author: Sheo Shankar Jha    02 Apr 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

You may continue your studies in your own area of interest but at the same time, you have to see its applicability in the present employment scenario.
However, the current and future scenario for the Banking Probationary Officers seem to be very promising and as such yo may seriously consider in that direction. Preparation for this competitive examination is not at all difficult if right planning is made in advance. You must be proficient in Mathematics, Reasoning and the Current General Knowledge. You need to practice consistently in the same direction. For updating your General Knowledge, you may seriously study a few popular English - newspapers like Times of India, Hindus etc including the editorials. You may refer to Tips to Mathematics written by R.S.Agrwal for the short - cut methods to be adopted in solving the Mathematical - problems. These tips would consume less time to arrive at the right answers.
You need to be a good planner and employ your farsightedness to achieve your goal. You may concentrate on UPSC examination if you want to crack IAS examination. You have take up your own decision depending upon your passion.


Author: sathish chandrasekaran    06 Apr 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 2  (Rs 2)    Voting Score: 0

You are not bound to do anything for anyone. Just take a little break from everything and see what is your real drive. Understand where lies your passion. It is good of your family to support you for further studies but are you really keen on doing it? You have not shared anything about what you want to do with your life or if you have some dreams to pursue. Please reflect on that first. Complete whatever you have enrolled for, there are two things already one is engineering and another is Autocad. If you really want to do higher studies then only go for it. Please feel free to drop message in case you need any help on this further. My best wishes for you. Good luck




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