is it good to study B.tech(mechanical engineering) from india frpm PTU(punjab techincal university) or from canada
Answered by2011-09-17 14:03:44if you can do or get admission in Btech in canada then it is good
Answered by2011-11-01 12:45:54Hi,There are many good universities in India as well as in Canada which offers course of your interest.But pursuing education abroad has following mentioned advantages:1.Getting better quality of education than available in your own country.2.Improves career opportunity.3.Broadens international experience.4.Gaining experience to different working cultures and people.Average fees at Canadian universities is around CA$ 20,000 per year.The tuition fee and living expense might be more or less depending on the university and location.I hope this answers your query.If you like this answers, than please mark it as a Thumbs Up or rate it as a Best An... view more
Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 142011-09-17 12:22:17To study form one country or another is a personal decision which depends on social & financial factors connected to the candidate. If all things are equal and a candidate is able to go to a foreign country for education then I would suggest to do higher education (higher than B.Tech) form a foreign country. Barely for B.Tech India has the best colleges.
sameera shams | Contributor-Level 102011-09-17 12:02:03shams@ hi prince
of course it is definitely better to do it from canada
If u have the financial assiatnace Canada would be a better option.
Aakash Luhar Engineer | Contributor-Level 82011-09-17 11:46:38PTU is good your pg in canada is more confirtable
Answered by2011-09-17 11:28:17Well it is definitely better to do it from canada for following reasons
1. Higher salaries
2. Better opportunities
3. Resourcefullness etc
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