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    What to do after engineering? Should I do M.Tech or search for a job?

    What to do after engineering? Should I do M.Tech or search for a job?

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    watermelon
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    Re: What to do after engineering? Should I do M.Tech or search for a job?

    Hi dear friend

    This is the question all engineering graduates are noticed that what to do after completion of engineering

    -->First you confirmed that how much percentage did you score in your b.tech

    -->Now a days all PSU are taken the graduates based on their GATE score card

    -->so you must write GATE exam first then after you will find out the best way

    -->Be prepare well for your GATE exam

    All the best






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    Bisht
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    Re: What to do after engineering? Should I do M.Tech or search for a job?

    HELLO FRIEND...............

    If you have done your engineering and you wanted to study more about it and wanted to do masters in it then you surely do M.TECH otherwise if you want to have some experience of job or if you
    wanted to do a job then you surely go for a job.


    THANK YOU.........HAVE A NICE DAY..........

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    lovegupta
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    Re: What to do after engineering? Should I do M.Tech or search for a job?

    hi dear,
    Well its depend on you what is your interest.
    If you want to do job then go for job,if you are interested in further study then go for it.
    But in my personal opinion you have to go for job with m.tech.
    Means many universities and college offers m.tech with two day class only on saturday and sunday.
    You can do job in other days and can do college in weekends.
    In this way you can also do study and can get work experience.
    So after that with master degree and work experience you can get more good job and also your post in your company can be increased.

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