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    B.Tech in Mechatronics and query about PSU jobs


    Intersted in a PSU job? Confused about taking up a PSU job and higher studies? Here, on this page you can check out advice from experts and get your confusion resolved.

    I have done my B.Tech in Mechatronics. I am going to give GATE exam in mechanical stream.
    Which PSU's will I be able to apply for?
    Or should I do MTech in Mechanical and then apply for PSUs?
    What is the minimum GATE score to secure a MTech in IIT's?
  • #145351
    There are many public sector companies offering Jobs for Engineers in various disciplines. They are advertising the posts and some are coming through UPSC also. Nowadays many companies are giving jobs basing on your GATE socre also. ONGC, DRDO.ISRO.BHEL, NFC, VSP are some of such organisations. You can apply with your B.Tech. Definitely prefernce will be there for M.Tech and M..TEch from IITs will stand a better chance. So it is better you complete your M.Tech and try for a Job in PSU if you are getting in a good institute. Then you will have better chances. Otherwise now itself try for good gate score and apply for PSUs.
    drrao
    always confident

  • #145362
    You have done my B.Tech in Mechatronics. You can search even the job requirement for mechatronics for PSU's in Bangalore.As a Mechatronics engineer can apply for Army,Airforce,Railways,BHEL etc.For gate examination you should be just engineering graduate. You should preferably choose mechanical or electronics engineering.

    PSU's companies that offer jobs for Mechatronics students are:
    >> DRDO
    >> ISRO
    >> BHEL
    >> BEL
    >> MICROSOFT
    >> CROMPTON
    >> INTEL
    >> INTEX
    >> ACCENTURE
    >> COGNIZANT
    >> HAL
    >> NAL

  • #145431
    After doing B Tech (Mechatronics) you can apply in good PSUs like ONGC, NTPC, BHEL etc who have their own entrance examination and selection process. Alternatively you can also apply in some of them based on your GATE score.

    There are opportunities for Mechtronics graduate in various industries in Mechanical stream and you have to keep a track of newspaper advertisements and information in job portals for applying there.

    If you can get admission in MTech in reputed institutions like IIT then that will help you to secure good jobs afterwards as MTech definitely has some preference in selection criterion.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #145473
    After doing B Tech in Mechatronics one can apply in some of the PSUs like BHEL, HAL, SAIL, ONGC etc. These PSUs have their own examination system consisting of written and interview. The competition is a tough one as for a few posts thousands of B Tech/ B E/ M Sc qualified students apply. Anyway there is nothing to be discouraged as hard working and dedicated people will get their goal.
    B Tech in Mechatronics have scope in private manufacturing and service industry. The placement in private is company to company basis and one has to keep a thorough tab on newspaper and job portals to apply at suitable openings.
    Meanwhile do not feel shy in joining a small job also because that will help you to accumulate the most important thing that is the experience in industry.
    I am not aware of exact score of GATE for admission to IIT - M Tech but it must be pretty high as IITs are the top prestigious and reputed institutions.

    Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.

  • #145550
    Since you have completed B.Tech with Mechaelectronics and hence you would be in great demand in public - undertakings such as BHEL, ONGC, SAIL, DVC, NTPC etc.
    The eligibility criteria for the graduate - engineers in all the Public - undertakings are more or less the same - ie the aspirant has to secure a minimum aggregate of 65 percent and should be freshly passed out. However, in respect of selection of graduate trainee, the aspirants would be required to clear the written test comprising of Mathematial - ability, Reasoning, General knowledge apart from the stream opted by the candidate in the engineering graduation- level. On clearance of the written test, the aspirant would be called for the oral where the intrinsic potential of the candidates are assessed and lastly they have to satisfy Medical - board with respect to Physical fitness. The pattern appears to be tough and a consistent effort would be required to clear the test organised by the Public Undertakings.
    Clearing the GATE test with a high percentile, the candidates would be offered two special increments in their basic - pay apart from other perquisties.
    Hence it would be boon for you to have an excellent GATE score.
    Of course, you can go in for M. Tech in Mechanical and then you can join a Public - undertaking but considering the length of time of three - years for completion of post - graduation, financial benifits on aquistion of this qualification would not be substantial.
    Regarding your last query, you need to secure cent percent scores in terms of percentile in order to grab a seat of M.Tech in IIT.


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