Himank Aggarwal

I am confused between b.tech and Maths hons. What would be better for me?

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RE: I am confused between b.tech and Maths hons. What would be better for me?

Prathamesh Kapote
Prathamesh Kapote
Verified Career Expert
Founder And Director At Canvas Career
  • Nasik

Hello Dear Friend,
Welcome to CareerGuide.com !!!
I hope you have been doing well and thanks for approaching us and getting to us with your career query.

Mathematics Origin is India and Aryabhatta was the person who taught worl how to count and many other Matematical Concepts and methods are developed in India and the same are adapted across the world. Mathematics have its own importance.Well Mathematics has been one of the subject that has a great importance. Every student is asked from his school days to be good with maths and science. Because of Maths is good than you have a Good Career opportunities.

Well it seems that your mathematics subject has been very good. So definitely you have a really very good career option both in Mathematics and also with the Engineering.
If you are willing to work under pressure,targets and deadlines than you can take up the engineering. While you can also join the public sector if you are not interested to work in private sector.

While you also have a very good career avenues with mathematics also you can join the public sector organisations like DRDO,ISRO,NAL etc. while one can also join the teaching field if one has interest in it.
With Mathematics you can aslo work in the Banking Sector also.Many corporates also now hier a Mathematician nowadays viz.Microsoft,IBM,TCS students from Financial Mathematics.

While you can give an UPSC exams and other such competitive exams from Engineering as well as Mathematics.

Mathematics have a wide range of scope not only in India but also in Abroad.
So you need to decide which way to select whether engineering or mathematics.

I hope you find this information useful and helpful.

Wish you Good Luck

Feel free to get in touch again

Thank you

Warm regards,
Prathamesh K.

RE: I am confused between b.tech and Maths hons. What would be better for me?

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Verified Career Expert
Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India
  • pune

Dear Aspirant,

Your confusion is justified.

It appears that you love maths and would love to be in that field for your life. Congratulations, since there are not many who think like this.

Few students today feel and choose to formally study mathematics instead of engineering, etc.

Maths as a subject is a niche area and there are companies in IT, R & D, Science which require Mathematicians to solve and develop businesses.

As a MSc Maths I definitely feel that there is a great scope in the subject and there are high salaries which are paid to MSc Math in the industry.

Mathematicians are required banking, actuarial studies, insurance, finance, IT.

Actuarial Studies can be a great option for you after BSc Maths. Actuarial Science is an area related to risk calculation and there are very very few Actuaries in India which get a salary of Rs. 1,00,000 per month as fresher.
I suggest you to visit Actuarial Society of India website www.actuariesindia.org for the courses.

Best wishes

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