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I would like to work in technical field,but couldnt complete my subjects in btech,is dis possible to get a job?

Due to health reasons,I cannot complete my subjects in btech.but now I would like to work,I need a well paid job

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RE: I would like to work in technical field,but couldnt complete my subjects in btech,is dis possible to get a job?

Meghna Mukherjee
Meghna Mukherjee
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Counselor at Adaptive Minds
  • Mumbai

Hello Satya,

From your query above, I understand that you are now wanting to continue with a job and that too in the technical field.


But dear without a proper degree, getting a technical job will be impossible.
So best would be to get a degree and then move ahead.

Hope that now your health is well under control, it would be best of yopu could go ahead and complete your degree and then opt for a job.

Or else, you could opt for an MCVC course, which generally students opt for post 10th.

This is mainly there for all fields like Science, commerce and ARTS, but they also have the technical field, so you could opt for that.
The advantage of this course is that they expose you to the practical kind of work or hands on exposure, which makes you ready for work after you finish the course.

Or else, you could opt for BCA or computer IT related courses from NIIT or as they say GNIIT.
Only if you are interested in computers.
The GNIIT course, helps you gain knowledge on computers IT, hardware and programming and at the same time, you can work in a organization too.

Choice is yours. Because not being a Graduate, getting technical related job would be difficult.


In-case, if you have some other query, please feel free to write.

Wish you all the very best for your future.........

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