So you can always get placed in a better industry, than what you get for a BE.
But this doesn't happen usually because, people prefer to do MTech or ME nowadays, just because they don't get placed after doing their engineer undergraduate. So they feel if they do a masters, it will be helpful to get placement with the masters.
Only a few people study masters for Teaching and Research, even after getting a good job during placement.
So what happens is the majority of the BE or BTech graduates, due to unemployment, prefer to do MTEch, which increases the competition for placement.
I am doing B.Tech(computer science). I want to know about the scope after M.Tech. Apart from Research & Teaching what are the other opportunities. What are the opportunities after doing M.tech from IITs,IIS & NITs.
There are a number of opportunities after M.Tech from a good institute. You can get into any software company where you would be easily able to get a good position. Visit http://www.naukri.com and search for M.Tech jobs to see the other jobs that are available after this course.
Doing MTech in a normal engineering college and doing them from IITs, IIS or NITs is a different thing and is like East and West they are at two different Ends.
You need to prepare for GATE or for relevant exams by these institutes and get a good score to get admission in to these institutes. The advantage of doing MTech from these are that as you are in your final semester you are likely to get placements and since these are recession times you may feel that to get a job is difficult but when you finish it may be after two years things wont be the same but will improve and you will get good placements.
Apart from private sector now jobs in the government sector is very lucrative and pay wise and resources wise they are at par with the private sector and they are secured and you will have a good career.
Some of the government agencies or PSUs are BHELm, BEL, BEML, ISRO, DRDO, HAL, NAL, NTPC, ONGC and many other.
If you want to pursue M Tech then do this course at the best institute and enjoy your future
Please read this article posted by Krishna Chaitanya Yeleswarapu on Which Way to Choose in India Study Channel.
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