How B.Tech is Changing the World of Technology

How B.Tech is Changing the World of Technology

The world is amid rapid social and technological changes and the need for well-trained engineers is greater now than ever before. If your bent of mind is more towards exploring, invention, discovering, and creating, then you can pursue a degree in engineering for your higher studies. Engineering is one of the most common career choices in India and according to a report, India produces 1.5 million engineers every year. Being an engineer is not like any other programme; it’s a degree with a lot of responsibilities and often helps a nation sustain its international competitiveness. In fact, it’s this field of education that helps maintain our standard of living and ensure robust national security. If you are ready to make a difference not just to your life but your country at large, this programme can a good option for you.

A degree in Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) is a four-year duration programme where a student can choose his area of expertise. Some of the most pursued B.Tech specialisations in the country are:

Civil Engineering, where you will be trained in planning, constructing and maintaining of structures like buildings, roads, stadiums, dams, etc; Mechanical Engineering revolves around conceptualising new mechanical systems besides testing, maintaining and manufacturing them; Computer Science includes aspects like Programming, Software Development, Computer Science, etc and Electrical and Electronics Engineering encompasses designing, developing, testing, and administering the manufacturing of Electrical Equipment, such as Electric Motors, Radar and Navigation Systems, Communications Systems, or Power Generation equipment.

Besides the aforementioned fields, some other branches of B.Tech include Aeronautical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Biotechnology Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Automation and Robotics, Chemical Engineering, Robotics Engineering etc.

Since there are several specialisations that a student can choose from, the possibility of a B.Tech degree holder working in varied fields becomes obvious.

Admission in B.Tech is facilitated through various exams like JEE Main, JEE Advanced, and other state and university-level entrance exams where students from all over the country appear every year.

Under B.Tech, one can choose various careers. While jobs can assist you with immediate financial aid and practical exposure, a graduate degree might not be sufficient for you to reach your end goal. Below mentioned some fields can be considered after doing a B.Tech degree.

Civil Services

Our nation loves the idea of a civil servant and given a chance who doesn’t want to be one? Civil services can fetch you a good salary, besides a high social status. A degree in engineering gives you an upper hand in many areas if you are attempting to get into civil service. In the last decade, some of the top slots have been occupied by Engineering or Management graduates. Also, more than 50% of candidates recommended for various important posts are from engineering academic background every year. The practical pedagogical methods that the students go through during their four-year engineering tenure make them proficient in cracking these exams.

MBA after B.Tech.

The wisdom of an engineering degree mixed with a management proficiency can open various avenues for you. In fact, recruiters mostly go for candidates with both highly in-demand degrees. If you are bored with repeating algorithms and want to give an interesting twist to your career path, an MBA can be a valid option for you.

Become an entrepreneur

If you are someone who prefers the ‘road not taken’ and has a unique idea to start a company, being an entrepreneur might be a good idea for you. Even if you don’t become successful within a certain timeframe, running your own company and navigating through the challenges will bring learning opportunities that will help you in your future endeavours. Becoming an entrepreneur also involves a lot of risks depending on your mode of operation. So, before starting your own company, you should consider both the pros and cons of it.

Working in an MNC

There is a huge demand for several roles in multi-national companies for engineers where employers are willing to pay huge salaries for the deserving candidate. Some of the crucial tasks such as researching, designing, analysing, and testing computer applications, help entities run smoothly and this is why the demand for engineers in big organisations remains vital.

Consider M.Tech

If you are interested in specialising further and want to gain an in-depth understanding of your field, M.Tech could be a good option for you. A specialisation along with a master’s degree will provide an edge over others at a later stage especially during job interviews. If you wish to pursue M.Tech, you have to appear for Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE).

How is JKLU bridging the gap between demand and supply of engineers?

JKLU adopts a multi-disciplinary approach to engineering that focusses on creating problem solvers. The curriculum is designed to keep pace with technological innovations, industry demand, and contemporary academic research. Experiential project-based methodology, designed with the support of Olin College of Engineering, Boston, USA helps us prepare the next-gen engineers. JKLU renders specialisations in Computer science engineering, Mechanical engineering, Civil engineering and Electrical and electronics engineering.

Besides the above-mentioned degrees, the university also offers ‘Computer Science Engineering IBM’ where Industry Relevant curriculum jointly developed with academicians and IBM Professionals.

There are various advantages that JGLU offers that might help you shape into a global professional such as:

The curriculum is designed with support from Olin College of Engineering, USA; selected students get an opportunity to pursue one semester in premier institutions; experiential project-based learning; courses on cutting-edge technologies; analytical skill development with Centre for Data Science and experienced faculty drawn from esteemed academic institutions.

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