Make sure you have more than 50% in any disciplinary course in B.tech. Questions are of verbal skills, logical reasoning types. It not only helps you in business sector but also you can demand or negotiate your salary in a firm. After that you'd be eligible to apply in banking sector, information systems and finally entrepreneurship.
I'm in my B.tech 2nd year Chemical engineering. I'm thinking about MBA too.
The stronger a light shines the darker are the shadows around it.
1. You can go for management. And get the job in various management related position.
2. Get job and increase experience in your resume.
3. Work with startup and get your first break in IT, a bit on low salary.
4. Get into banking and land the first job in finance domain.
5. Prepare for GRE, SAT and go abroad for the higher education.
These are just few options which you can try. I'd suggest finding your own direction and decide where you want to go. This way you can understand how to choose the career which you want to remain stick for some of the time. This will surely help you go ahead.
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
There is a real gap in INDIA. Many young generation Grads have brilliant IDEAs but lack of capital to get it started and bring that IDEA to the Nation. And on the other side, There are Angel Investors, who are sitting with surplus money, and like to invest their money to the people with great IDEAs and get the share in the Profit / Loss of their Business going forward.
To get brilliant IDEAs, You need to get Business Education or you should have really struggled with some real-life problem. OR If you have a real money to invest in the people with great IDEAs, lacks of young INDIANs are ready for you.
With the sound concept in this line, you can be excellent manager with the familiarity of modern tools of management.
The greatest wealth in this world is mental peace and good health.
be welcomed there,You may get subsidy in your loans also.The govt .and Angel partner in India want starter to start up.Many start up are on websites such as ola and uber.