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In the past few years, it has been observed that students are very much conscious while choosing their career in particularly engineering background. With the advancement in time, the number of jobs is reducing concerning particularly in the government area. So, while choosing the engineering domain Electronics could be a great choice as per the current scenario of jobs.
There are numerous splendid career options after B.Tech ECE. Students who completed their B. Tech can choose multiple options available that are discussed in this article.
Let’s explore the best 5 career options after B.Tech ECE in 2021
1. IT Sector
2. Government Sector
3. GATE/Higher Studies
4. Research Sector
Being an electronics graduate, there is more probability to explore coding (c, c++, java, python, etc.) fields. In today’s scenario artificial intelligence, deep learning, and machine learning is the most area where IT industry is moving and having a bright future.
AI will allow you to get more than the average package in placements. Most importantly there are many open-source software and resources are there to explore the field. Being an electronics student, you can learn these things in coursework too with no extra effort. IT sector is the major area in which you will be getting a job after graduation. This sector is regarded as one of the best career options after B.Tech ECE.
This is the major area where every student wants to get or maybe dream sector where a student wants to see himself but there is a big problem that in recent times a number of jobs are reducing every day. For Electronics graduates there are a number of PSUs that are recruiting students after graduation and some of them are- ISRO, BARC, BEL, BHEL, NIELIT, CIL, State govt. PSUs, NPCIL, PGCIL, Indian railways JE & SSE, etc.
Other than PSUs electronics students can go for ESE (Engineering service examination) highest rank job for electronics students and IRMS (Indian railways managerial services) to get a class-A job. State engineering services examinations are also there which are conducted by state authorities.
After graduation, you can also appear for non-technical govt examinations which are having more vacancies than technical govt. jobs. For students who are willing to get government jobs, this is one of the best career options after B.Tech ECE.
3. GATE or Higher Studies:
There are splendid career options after B.Tech ECE. Now even during the final year of engineering, you can apply for the GATE examination and from your gate scorecard, you can go for either PSUs or higher studies (M.tech).
Particularly, if you choose to go for higher studies than you get any (IISC, IITs, NITs, IITs, NITTER, CDAC, etc.) of the reputed institute. If you go for M.tech through a gate scorecard you will get a total of 12,400/- Rs stipend per month for two years. After completing your masters you can go to reputed electronics industries like Intel, Qualcomm, Nvidia, Samsung, etc. at a very good package.
Also Read: How to Prepare for GATE Exam
Some good institutes like IITs give some programs to directly enter into Ph.D. after B.Tech ECE. So, if you are interested in research then you can go for Ph.D. Most people go for Ph.D. after completing their master’s because after a bachelor’s very less opportunities are there for Ph.D. So, if you have a valid gate score card then you can receive 31,000 + HRA/- teaching assistantship during your 5 year Ph.D. course.
If you get through the PMRF scheme then you can receive more than 70,000/- teaching assistantships per month. Research is one of the prestigious career options after B.Tech ECE.
there are some other options that are also thereafter completing your engineering in electronics. You can either appear for CAT exams for MBA, GRE, ILETS, etc. for foreign studies, teaching and in center-funded research projects also.
So, there is a lot of option you will get if you choose your carrier in electronics field with a handsome package in your hands. So there are all possible options after completing your B.Tech in ECE.