We need to know you are in your second year or B.Tech,B.E or Diploma in a technical field.
There is a wide range of jobs available for technical graduates post qualification but there is a stiff competition for the jobs. You need to have a basic plan, are you going to join a job after your graduation and then think about a masters program?
Basically, you need to plan for all the major competitive exams that will give you a chance to get into the Government sectors. The GATE exams need at least a bachelor's degree or 3 years after Diploma in Engineering.
1.The best chance is to try hard for a campus placement, this gives you the first break to get a job wherein the competition is limited. You need to have good scores and have a sound grasp of aptitude, reasoning, analytical and reasoning ability.
2. The next best chances come in the form of being successful in the competitive exams
a.Civil Services Exams-UPSC
b.Indian Engineering Service-IES
c.Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering-GATE
d.Defence service Common Admission Test (CAT)
e.Banking Industry - IBPS
f.Staff selection commission. SSC
g.Railway board exams - RRB, RRB-JE
h.Defence research - DRDO
3.You can consider teaching jobs if you have a flair for teaching. If you complete your masters, you can appear for the UGC-NET and then apply for assistant professor teaching posts.You can think about CSIR NET in a mathematical science or Physical science etc.
4.Some graduates or diploma holders, instead of wasting too much time hunting for a job, take up an apprentice post in a large PSU ( BHEL,BEL, IOC, Power Grid, HAL etc) (https://www.enggwave.com/category/apprentice-jobs) and then work their way up with some experience on their CV.