Below are a few options that you can choose from that can help you make a right choice:
1. Job after B. Tech:
Many graduates opt for job after completion of their course. Most Engineering colleges offer campus placements to their students. If you want to work then it is always better to grab the opportunity that campus placements offer as finding a job by yourself can be quite challenging.
2. Pursuing higher studies (M. Tech/MS):
A lot of students pursue MS from foreign university or M. Tech to increase their chances of a better job. For MS you need to clear TOEFL/GRE/IELTS and GATE admission test to get an MTech degree.
3. Doing MBA:
An MBA degree after Engineering is considered rewarding in terms of salary. A degree in MBA gives you more exposure and helps you earning more in very less time. So doing an MBA from a prestigious engineering college is always good option to consider.
If you have a unique business idea, then the best thing to do is to start your own venture. Creating start - ups isn’t all that alien in the engineering colleges these days. But do not start a start up just to impress someone or to be rich in very less time.
5. Game Designing:
If you are a computer science engineer and you wish to create something of your own then this is a great option to consider. With computers and mobile phones ruling the roost in the urban population of today, game designing is an attractive yet offbeat career destination.
Being clear in your life as to what you want can help you land a successful career.
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