Here Are The Career Options To Choose From After Engineering

You’re going to give your first, or a repeat JEE attempt to get into one of the most prestigious engineering institutions in the city. But, what next? If you are looking at Engineering as a stepping stone towards a career that’s much more than just a 9 to 5 job, then this is the blog for you! Wanting to get into a regular engineering job after campus placements is not a bad thing, considering handsome pay packages and some truly interesting work. But, exploring your options, especially after years of studying hard, is something you must do in order to expand your horizons. In this blog, we will be doing exactly that!

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Now that you are this close to getting into an engineering institute, with just the JEE to go, here are a few great career options that will be open for you, as soon as you finish your engineering degree.

Civil Services

A government job, that too in the administrative services, is one of the best ways to serve the nation if that is what you have always hoped for. Civil services are among the hottest career options. To enter the civil services, you’ll need to crack the UPSC civil services exam, which is one of the toughest examinations in the world. Experts recommend preparing for at least a year before applying.

So, if you are willing to cross another ordeal, for a reputable life ahead, this is the option for you. The UPSC exam consists of three stages, each of which needs to be passed in order to reach your final selection. These three stages consist of the Prelims, the Mains, and the Interview. Around 1 million students give this exam every year, and only a few thousand get selected.  If you can get a high rank, you can get the prestigious post of IAS, IPS, or IFS, as well.

Public Service Undertakings

After engineering, you can also choose to enter government-run PSUs and get a high-paying job. The competition level for these jobs is quite high. But it’s worth it in the end.  PSUs check your GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) score for recruitment. There are multiple PSUs, and each of them announces the required GATE score for application every year. Based on your scores, you could also get the opportunity to work for the Maharatna PSU’s (BHEL, SAIL, IOCL, and others), which offer great pay, and security. If you are wondering what to do after BTech, PSUs are a good option.

The Armed Forces

The Indian Army is always on the lookout for technically sound professionals who can support the troops on the field. Usually, Engineers who join the Indian Army are allotted to any of the three branches – Corps of Engineers, Corps of Electronics and Mechanical Engineers, and Corps of Signals. You can join the Army through TGC (Technical Graduate Course) and SSC Tech entry schemes. As a B.Tech (Engineering) graduate, you can find employment opportunities in all three wings of the Indian Armed Force, only the criterion for joining each is different.

After completing your B.Tech (Engineering), you can join the technical squad or the ground squad of the Indian Air Force, depending on your qualifications and skillset. Usually, B.Tech graduates can get in through the AFCAT (Air Force Common Admission Test) Entry scheme. As for the Indian Navy, the government has now started recruiting Engineers via the SNAES (Special Naval Architects Entry Scheme) Entry scheme.

Become an Entrepreneur

Start-ups are undeniably the future of the Indian economy, especially since there are so many intelligent engineers who are master innovators. As an engineer entrepreneur, you will have the freedom to express your creativity and ideas, whilst running your very own business. To help with the management knowledge, you can also give the CAT exam (Common Aptitude Test) and get a good score to enter into the management college of your choice.

And there you have it. Your very own options to step away from the ordinary, and create a life and career that is extraordinary. For more such interesting and inspiring blogs, be sure to browse through our website! So, start your journey towards success with the right inputs and teachings surrounding your JEE mains syllabus. For more information about our online coaching, visit the Tutoratti website, or call us on  +91-8484818247.