It's all about solving the problems at my best knowledge.


Yes . It is possible to opt for MTech in a branch of Engineering that is different from your branch in BE/Btech as long as it is somewhat related. You need to give GATE exam in Physics.

Making a career decision is not the easiest thing in the world. There are plenty of engineers. The same goes with doctors, scientists and lawyers . However, do not let mere statistics guide your choice of career. Numbers do not count. Your calibre does.

Now a days, As we know infrastructure in India is growing day by day. Its a tough job but despite being considered a relatively non- glamorous field, jobs for civil engineers are growing due to population growth. Dont so much bother of college name even companies are hiring from smaller and rural engineering colleges. Average pay scale for fresher with good skills between Rs 2.5 to 4.00 lakh.

As a civil engineer, you can opt to work with private and public construction firms. More civil engineers are needed to design and construct new transportation systems, water supply , pollution control systems, large buildings and buliding complexes and to repair or replace existing roads, bridges , flyovers and other industrial structures.

Management [1]

The Master of Engg Management degree, often abbreviated as MEM, can be an academic or professional Master's degree that bridges the gap between engg and business. Generaaly who want to widen their skills and knowledge, they go for it . An MEM graduate understands the intersection of business and is well- suited for a management position in an enginnering company or a more technically intensive role in a business setting.

Entrance Exam [1]

The Staff Selection Commission- Combined Graduate Level Exam is one of the most important exams in India for various posts in various ministers and key departments of the Govt of India. There are large number of SSC CGL vacancies for recruitment to non - technical and non- gazetted posts in GOI departments.

Law or Journalism [1]

As you are interested in both law and journalism , You can simultaneously work on it. Take one course is regular and other one from correspondense. You will have to go for a regular LLB programme as far as studying law is concerned.

Of course should you wish to become a legal correspondent or advisor or work in the field of legal transcription, the distance learning programme in law will do. So , if you can comfortably manage both courses simultaneously , just go ahead.

Economics [1]

There are numerous work options in the govt. sector, corporate and beyond both directly and indirectly related to economics. Indian Economic service (IES) where you can work with RBI. You can work in the field of Research and Analysis data. In the corporate, You could choose banking, consulting, market strategy planner and many more. There are so many scope in every field, It is up to your strength how you potentially perform.

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