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The first step to becoming an engineer in India is to complete the B.Tech course. To gain admission in the B.Tech courses that are conducted at several universities in India, the aspirants have to pass the various engineering exams such as VITEEE, BITSAT, Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced (formerly IIT - JEE), and JEE Main (formerly AIEEE).

There are various disciplines in engineering that the students can apply for. The common ones include Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Civil Engineering, and Aerospace Engineering, amongst others.

For landing an engineering job, getting an engineering degree (B.Tech) is the required qualification. After completing their B.Tech studies, students start looking for jobs to build their career.

Engineering graduates have a variety of career options. They can choose to work in the private or public sector. For getting the Government jobs, they have to clear the ‘Indian Engineering Services’ exam that the UPSC conducts at the national levels or the ones that are conducted at the state levels There is no difference between Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) and Bachelor of Engineering (BE) degrees. The universities that conduct only engineering degrees award their students with the B.Tech degree after the course completion; while the educational institutes that offer both engineering and non-engineering courses confer the successful students with the BE degree.

Refer to the following details to learn about the options that are available upon successful completion of the B. Tech course.

1) Jobs Available after Completing Graduation in Engineering (B.Tech)

After being conferred with the B.tech degree, the job aspirants can apply to jobs at the various companies if they have openings. Also, the several engineering colleges in India offer the students campus placements. If pupils have the option of campus placements, they must avail them. Otherwise, they may have to struggle to get a job due to stiff competition in the engineering field.

2) Opting for Higher Engineering Studies (M.Tech./MS)

B. Tech students can opt for higher engineering studies to improve their career prospects. They can apply for the Master in Technology (M.Tech) courses. For seeking admission in the M.Tech courses, the aspirants have to pass the qualifying exams that are conducted by the universities. The Graduate Aptitude Test (GATE) is the most common exam for admissions to the M.Tech courses.

Also, students can apply for the M.S degree courses at the international universities. However, in some cases, they may require to clear tests such as the TOEFL / IELTS for getting admission. They can take bank loans that are available at affordable interest rates for pursuing higher studies in the Engineering field at the foreign universities.

3) Pursuing MBA

A considerable percentage of people look to pursue MBA studies after attaining their engineering degrees. By doing so, they can earn lucrative salaries and also, have a more rewarding career. However, they must apply to the renowned MBA colleges if they want the best placements.

The MBA courses that are conducted by the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) are considered to be prestigious. For getting admission in the IIMs, the students have to clear the Common Admission Test (CAT).

4) Enrolment in Indian Civil Services

Engineering students can aspire to become IAS officers in India as well. In fact, a large percentage of engineering students appear for the qualifying exams that are conducted by the Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) to gain entry to the Indian Civil Services.

5) Entrepreneurship

After completing their engineering studies and gaining some years of experience at a job, the aspirants can look to starting their own company. However, they need to have a business plan and money to become entrepreneurs.

Perks

Where the engineering jobs in India are concerned, the pay package for the budding engineers from renowned educational institutes is within the range of 3.6 LPA. However, as per the industry, the salaries tend to vary. Engineers at the middle level are offered salaries around 6-7 LPA. Moreover, engineers with MBA degrees from reputed colleges can expect to earn a salary of 12-15 LPA.

Conclusion

There are several career opportunities that students can avail after completing their engineering studies. Nonetheless, sincerity and hard work are some virtues to gain success in any field. Also, networking with colleagues, seniors, and other business associated after completion of the courses is advisable if the aspirants want to climb the corporate ladder.