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I have done BE and I am confused about my further track of education. Should I pursue MS or MBA or M.Tech, which is the best for an engineering graduate student?


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RE: I have done BE and I am confused about my further track of education. Should I pursue MS or MBA or M.Tech, which is the best for an engineering graduate student?

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After completing Bachelors in Engineering or rather any field, there’s always two options- further studies or job. If you wish to continue with your masters, then following are your options:

MBA

Masters in Business Administrations is one of the most favourable option for engineering graduates. One can give the CAT exam and get into any branch of Indian Institute of Management across India. This will lead to a career in management with techniques associated to engineering careers. Job prospects after clearing IIMs multi-folds and thus the career growth. One can always be sure of a soaring career graph after completing MBA from any of the IIMs or other reputed MBA colleges in India.

MS

However, if you wish to pursue MS, there are very few institutes offering the course. In order to get into MS, one needs to give exams like GATE, GRE, TOEFL,and GMAT. Sometimes, colleges have their own test under their eligibility criteria apart from these. Most opted courses under MS are :

  • S. Manufacturing Management
  • MS Computer Science Engineering (CSE)
  • S. Software Systems
  • MS Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
  • S. Consultancy Management
  • S. Quality Management
  • MS Bioinformatics

Following are the colleges in India, offering the above courses:

  • IIIT - Hyderabad
  • BITS, Pilani
  • IIT Delhi,
  • IIT Madras,
  • IIT, Kharagpur
  • IIIT, Allahabad

M.Tech

A post graduate degree in engineering, Master of Technology (M.Tech) is more of an extension of graduation providing an opportunity for practical implementation of the knowledge. Multiple job prospects also opens up after completing the two year course of M.Tech as it gives ample amount of practicality to the student. There are many colleges offering various courses under this field, however, the trick lies in choosing the right course with the right college. Each college has different eligibility criteria, basic being having a graduation in B.Tech. Students also need to give the GATE exam, in order to stand eligible and apply for M.Tech in India. Following are some of the most favourable courses of M.Tech:

  • M Tech in Biotechnology)
  • M Tech in Chemical Engineering)
  • M Tech in Computer Science)
  • M Tech in Digital Systems & Computer Electronics)
  • M Tech in Electrical Power Engineering)
  • M Tech in Industrial Engineering & Management)
  • M Tech in Information Technology)
  • M Tech in Power Electronics)
  • M Tech in Power Systems Engineering)
  • M Tech in Production Technology)
  • M Tech in Software Engineering)
  • M Tech in Structural Engineering)
  • M Tech in Thermal Science & Energy Sys. Engineering)

Following are the colleges in India offering the above-mentioned courses:

  • Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) - Mumbai, Delhi, Kanpur, Madras, KPG, Roorkee, BHU
  • Indian School of Mines (ISM)
  • Jadavpur University (Faculty of Engineering & Technology)
  • Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology
  • Malaviya National Institute of Technology
  • National Institute of Technology
  • Thapar University
  • College of Engineering 
  • Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology
  • Sardar Patel College of Engineering

Thus, choice always depends on the student and his interest for the field. With a diverse structure and courses on offer, India has become a land of opportunities. Sheer handwork and efforts is all that matters at the end. Either you choose MBA or MS/M.Tech, a career in engineering is forever bright.

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