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    Guidance for higher education


    Planning to opt for higher studies? Searching for guidance and advice regarding what to study after ITI and diploma? On this page you can get resolution to all your queries.

    I have completed my ITI and Diploma in Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering.
    I want to further pursue higher education. So,if anyone can give me guidance on what to do next, it will be of great help to me.
  • #150370
    As you have completed your Diploma n Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, you can think of going for B.Tech/BE. There are many institutions and Universities offering graduation to Diploma holders. The duration is three years and you have to appear for written test and based on your rank in admission you will be allocated a seat.
    Another way is to join in a job and while working getting prepared for AMIE which is equivalent to BE/BTech for all practical purposes. The Institution of Engineers(India) will be conducting this course.
    The third option is studying in night college while you are working in daytime. Many Universities offer this course and the duration is for four years and the selection is by the written test.
    You can choose any one of the three routes and get your graduate degree.
    If you are not interested in this degree course, there are many diploma courses which you can try. But the best way of trying is to go for the degree. Try for this.

    drrao
    always confident

  • #150406
    After this diploma, you have many options for higher education. You can go for a simple graduation in any of the subjects of your choice followed by post graduation etc. You can also try 3 years special engineering course meant for diploma holders. Also, you can think to go for teaching line if you have some interest and aptitude there.

    Another possibility is to search a job commensurate with your diploma and then pursue the education in correspondence mode or in evening classes. Why I am suggesting this is because the job market is deteriorating day by day and if you get a job and gather some experience then that will be more advantageous to you in terms of career planning.

    Anyway, you have to take a conscious decision after seeing your financial condition and aptitude for a particular line.

    Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.

  • #150417
    Of course, you should pursue your higher study. As you have completed your ITI Diploma in Electronic and Telecommunications, so you can easily do BTech/BE in Electronics and Telecommunications. You can have to appear at the entrance test or interview for admission into BTech course. You can have lateral entrance. The best option is to find reputed engineering colleges in your locality and be clear what the admission procedures for ITI Diploma holders are there. Here is a list of some engineering colleges:
    JSS Academy of Technical Education
    KLE Society's College of Engineering
    Kakatiya Institute of Technology & Science
    Sree Chitra Thirunal College of Engineering
    Sona College of Technology
    Siddhartha Engineering College
    Hindustan Inst. of Engineering Technology
    Institute of Technology & Management
    Vasavi College of Engineering

  • #150431
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    If you wants to continue study in your core field then you should pursue Bachelor's degree B.E/B.Tech in electrical and telecommunication. If you are getting confused between BE and B.Tech then I'll explain the difference b/w both so your doubts can be clear.

    1. BE is knowledge oriented.B Tech is skill oriented.
    2. B.Tech course is somewhat more practically intensive than the BE course which is more theoretical.
    3. BE or B Eng is a Bachelor degree for Engineering (Engineer) B Tech is for Bachelor of Technology (Technician)
    4. A course in Bachelor of Engineering deals more at the engineering aspects of science while a course in Bachelor of Technology deals with the technology aspects.
    5. An engineer is the one who invents, a technologist is the one who innovates.
    6. B. E. emphasize on In depth Facts. Whereas B.Tech. Emphasize on Practical exposure of Conceptual Knowledge.But Syllabus of both is Equal.

    You can also start preparation for govt. Job if you are intrested. At this time the Best advise is to continue your higher study because if you stop your study then filling a year gap can create a problem in future.

    Best engineering colleges in India :
    1. Alliance college of engineering, Bengaluru
    2. The LNM institute of information technology, jaipur

  • #150442
    There are many options before you in this regard. You can straightaway take up a job, and then renaming in the job you can continue a course or higher learning suitable for carer enhancement or just to have a higher qualification. Another alternative is to pursue higher education right now. The most suitable will be a an Engineering degree. You can try to get lateral entry into B Tech. course of the branch you did in diploma. Thereafter also you will have many choice and prospects.
    If you get a technical job connected to your ITI and diploma course, then faster the prescribed period and experience you can apply for AMIE or similar courses which will help you in career enhancement. You may also do the in-house courses available in your organisation or take up such courses the employer allows you or sponsors you for.

    If your aim is h just to have a degree , you may take up distance education in IGNOU or any recognised university where distance education is approved and recognised as equivalent. You can also join coaching classes and appear for university exams.

  • #150452
    You have completed ITI and a Diploma in Electronic and Telecom engineering. A higher education should be to gain a degree that will enable you to have a better chance while you apply for a job.

    There are many colleges that offer a lateral entry for students who have done their ITI and Diploma in engineering. You can choose an AICTE recognized college and apply for you B.E or B.Tech. The need for an entrance exam for this route varies between states and the universities. Although the rules vary slightly your Diploma should be from a recognized center, 60% marks and age between 18-28 years.

    Once you complete your BE or BTech, you can take up the GATE exams, that will be useful for further PG studes or seek employment in the public and private sector.

    If having a job now is more of a priority and then work towards a degree, You can seek employment based on your ITI and Diploma, then enroll for a distance program. IGNOU offers B Tech Civil where in the eligibility includes Diploma in engineering (http://www.ignou.ac.in/ignou/aboutignou/school/soet/programmes).

    The Delhi-1 regional center offers BTech in Mechanical Engineering (http://rcdelhi1.ignou.ac.in/programmes/detail/375/2). After a promotion or change to a higher job following your bachelors, you can do your masters from IGNOU which offers M.Tech in 10 sub-streams (http://ignou.ac.in/upload/Master%20Degree%20FC_2012%20New.htm).

  • #150668
    As you have completed your Diploma n Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, you can think of going for B.Tech/BE. There are many institutions and Universities offering graduation to Diploma holders. The duration is three years and you have to appear for written test and based on your rank in admission you will be allocated a seat.
    Another way is to join in a job and while working getting prepared for AMIE which is equivalent to BE/BTech for all practical purposes. The Institution of Engineers(India) will be conducting this course.
    The third option is studying in night college while you are working in daytime. Many Universities offer this course and the duration is for four years and the selection is by the written test.
    You can choose any one of the three routes and get your graduate degree.
    If you are not interested in this degree course, there are many diploma courses which you can try. But the best way of trying is to go for the degree. Try for this.

    drrao
    always confident


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