What have you thought about doing next? M.Tech? OR MBA? OR a job? Even if you have decided on something, it is advisable to explore the other options lying in front of you.

Here are some career options which every student should consider while making this decision:

  1. Campus Placement

Already bored of studying? Then getting selected in a decent company visiting your campus seems a good option. If you don’t have any intentions of studying further, or at least immediately after B. Tech,  you can opt for a job. This is considered to be a safer option where you get time to decide which field you want to stick to-Technical or management to some other stream.

 

  1. Go for an M.Tech degree

If you studied engineering out of passion and not because you were forced by your parents or just for sake of doing it, then MTech is a good option. You can opt for the field of study you aspire to expertise in. For this, you need to prepare well for the entrance exams to get into a good college.

 

  1. Do an MBA

Don’t feel you are the technical guy you wanted you to be? Always felt like you are a manager and want to see yourself in a business suit in some MNC? If you want to make a career in the management sector, hold managerial positions, then MBA is the right choice. You may specialize in your area of interest like HR, Marketing, Sales or the new growing domains like Digital Marketing, International Relations, Operations, IT, etc.

 

  1. Prepare for Civil Services

Always saw yourself as an IAS or IPS officer. Indeed it is one of the toughest exams in the world to crack and there lies a huge competition to be a civil servant. Civil Services is not just about cracking an exam and then clearing an interview, it judges you on everything you can think of, who you are and what you stand for! For that you need to – Believe in yourself.

 

  1. Short Term Courses

There are various short term courses and diploma courses you can opt for after your B.Tech. It can be a certificate course in embedded technology, VLSI, robotics, ethical hacking, protocol testing, machine designing etc. Such courses are generally job oriented and serve as a bridge between what you know and what the industry expects you to know in order to absorb you into their organization.

 

  1. Entrepreneurship-Start your venture

Do you have dreams of being a job provider? Always wanted to be your own boss? Then starting something of your own is a great option. But before you think about it you need to be sure about your options. Startup is trending more as a fashion than a career option. Being your own boss does not mean you can ignore work and life would be easy. Starting your venture and making it succeed would be the toughest of all the things you can do. It will have ups and downs every new day. Maybe you would not get any client for the whole year. Be ready for the challenges and immense learning if you are determined to be an entrepreneur. This is the road less travelled.

 

  1. Go Abroad

It is also a very good option to explore. If you choose to study abroad, you will get a lot of exposure and learning along with the education part. You might also be able to get a job at international locations if you have plans to settle abroad permanently in the future. You can also explore integrated opportunities abroad. Along with options of MS abroad you may explore options of MS+PhD and other research oriented courses.

 

  1. Join the army

Give a chance to the patriot in you. Joining the Army/Navy/Air Force or any other wing of the defense services can be exciting and high paying at the same time. You can join as technical staff by applying through the University Entry Scheme (UES), which requires you to apply on their respective websites or appear for the AFCAT (Air Force Common Admission Test). These positions will give you an opportunity to live your life for the nation, a life with good facilities and a decent sum to take home as well.