What to do after Engineering.

Engineering graduates have a lots of career opportunities to go for.

1. Can go for MBA

2. Can go for M.Tech

3. Can go for M.Sc(From Abroad)

1. Candidates who wants to make their career in corporate world can go for MBA. As this is the right choice for them. This not only give weight to the resume but also give the information to the employer that you are graduated to 1. To analyse thing in an informative manner and 2. To manage time. You can complete MBA from your own country as well as from outside your country.

2. Candidates who want to make their career in teaching or research must go for M.Tech. As this background provide that inmate capability to share information and knowledge in order to make other people use that information in constructive works. And also help in creating good human beings and good citizens.

3. M.Sc is actually an expensive higher study programme, But has its own good perspectives. This is also for people intrested in corporate world. This course cost around 20 to 25 Lakhs for complete course from a recognised university and in countries like US, UK, and Australia.


Author: Sidharth Mahajan26 Nov 2008 Member Level: Silver   Points : 1

thats a very good post.
one thing that could have added couldhave been the job option which many engineering students prefer immediately after btech.To earn something and for experience nad then mayb go for MBA/Mtech.

Author: Nilesh26 Nov 2008 Member Level: Gold   Points : 2

In Todays world, only Engineering Degree is not enough to get a Good Pay.

One has to have higher studies rightly said as MBA, MMS, ME etc.

Other option is one can join a Company and gain the Funcitonal Experience and then go for the SAP Certification from the SAP Partner and apply for the Consulting Companies in India or Abroad.

SAP Functional Consultants are paid high in companis like Capgemini, Accenture, Delloite, IBM TCS and others.

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