Which course should I pursue after completing my B.Tech in mechanical for better job opportunities, M.Tech or MBA?

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    Akash Attri

    4 years ago
    Hi,It totally depends on your future plans. There are three areas where one can pursue his/her career after B.Tech in mechanical and that are:Private jobGovernment jobBusinessNow, following the above three options, alignment of future goals, kind of work, job profile, salary, career growth and lot of other things come into picture. Being a mechanical engineer and currently pursuing MBA, I can say that most of the people go for MBA due to following reasons:When salary is not goodWhen current job profile is not goodWhen current job location is not goodWhen you're not happy with kind of work you doWhen your interest is totally different from wha... view more
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    Suni K | Guide-Level 14

    5 years ago
    If you feel you can contribute further to the growing world of technology after the completion of an M.Tech, M.Tech may be preferred. If you are confident of your skills as a manager, wish to jump to some middle or higher management level and the aim to climb the corporate ladder then MBA is not a bad choice.
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    Mithilesh Padhen Keen Learner and Analyser,Strategy maker.

    6 years ago
    That's Right !!! MBA after Mechanical Engineering have more jobs and career than M.Tech.All the best for future !!
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    Sunil Soni Management & IT Consultant | Scholar-Level 18

    6 years ago
    MBA after B.Tech Mechanical will definitely open more job opportunities in comparison to M.Tech Mechanical Engineering.
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    Vijay Singh Kholiya | Guide-Level 15

    3 years ago
    Better job least depends on the course and more on your skills and knowledge. If you love the technical part, go for M.Tech and if you love marketing, sales, etc., kind of jobs pursue MBA. Whichever course you choose it should meet your interests.
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    Swapnaneel Bhuiya | Scholar-Level 17

    3 years ago
    If you feel that you can contribute further to the growing world of technology after the completion of M.Tech, M.Tech may be preferred. If you are confident of your skills as a manager, wish to jump to some middle or higher management level and the aim to climb the corporate ladder then MBA is not a bad choice.
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    shikhar singh Building Digital Businesses. | Guide-Level 13

    3 years ago
    MBA will be a good choice for you considering the better opportunities it provide.
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    Raj shakya #ReadyToHelp | Scholar-Level 16

    3 years ago
    Hi, If you feel you can contribute further to the growing world of technology after the completion of an M.Tech. M.Tech may be preferred. If you are confident of your skills as a manager, wish to jump to some middle or higher management level and the aim to climb the corporate ladder then MBA is not a bad choice.
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    Yogeshwar Reddy | Contributor-Level 7

    3 years ago
    For choosing MBA, you should have some knowledge about economics and statistics. You may feel very new to this course if you are not aware of these. https://www.shiksha.com/mba/ranking/top-mba-colleges-in-india/2-2-0-0-0?utm_source=cmc83&utm_campaign=link1
    You can find about best MBA colleges in the above link. But as M.Tech was next phase of B.Tech I suggest you to go for M Tech.
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    Mehar Sharma Lovely Professional University | Scholar-Level 16

    a year ago
    MBAs are great for a career change and thriving business opportunities. Graduates of part-time or full-time MBA programs have higher chances of holding a high-level management position and enjoying successful MBA careers. Over 50% of MBA graduates worldwide are senior managers or board directors. I did my MBA at LPU and it has helped me grow professionally and also add a lot to my career growth. Being an alumnus of LPU I would prefer LPU as it provides exposure to various opportunities in terms of internships, workshops, guest lectures, industrial visits, placements, etc. Highlights of MBA at LPU are - 1) Accredited by ACBSP (USA). 2) Credit ... view more

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