i have done b.tech from eee stream. what are my future career options? is it better to go with m.tech?

futere career options for electrical graduates

0 388 Views | Posted 2011-09-11 17:08:09
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    sameera shams | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-11 17:37:48
    shams@ hi sowmya!If ya re interested in engineering line and want to work in their trade line and want to make a career with engineering projects, then without delay y should go for M.Tech. That will help y in getting a better rank and post in the same line in which they were working or wanted to work after the completion of their B.Tech degree.some institute offering m.techIIT Bombay - Indian Institute of TechnologyIIT Delhi - Indian Institute of TechnologyIndian Institute of Technology - DelhiHauz KhasDelhi - 110016DelhiPhone: (11) 26591718 , 26591725 , 26582020if my answer is concerning y query thumbs up or select it best and close y que... view more
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-11 17:24:58
    If you are finding it difficult to get a job right now, i would suggest you to prepare well and get admission in MTech in some good colleges like IITs or NITs from where you can get campus placement. You also have the option of going for MBA, provided you want a career switch.

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