Sir I am b tech final year student. now I am very confused about my career. what should be takken after b tech job or higher study?

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RE: Sir I am b tech final year student. now I am very confused about my career. what should be takken after b tech job or higher study?

Meghna Mukherjee
Meghna Mukherjee
Verified Career Expert
Counselor at Adaptive Minds
  • Mumbai

Confusion regarding career is a common problem but always at the beginning of a career.

Your problem seems to be more of a choice one.

Now whether you would like to go for further studies would depend on:
  • Finances
  • Years you can put in for studies
  • Experience over education
  • Job role / Demand

When I say finances, what I mean is that doing a regular PG course does not costs much, but a specialised course and especially in the field of science gets a bit expensive.
Also it would depend on the numbers of years you could chip in for further studies.
If you are the eldest child and the earning responsibility is on you, then you would most likely take up a job and then decide on further studies later.

But if both these criterias are not important for you, then the choice between further studies and work is completely your choice.

If I was to make a decision, I would prefer working and gaining experience and then making a confirmed choice as to what I wish to pursue further.

Just doing a PG for the sake of higher studies or degrees is of no use. We need to see whether the degree has any importance in the industry and how useful it is for progress in career later on.

Since Science fields especially medical and engineering are job oriented courses or degrees, finding a job and if placed through proper campus placement, packages are generally not a constraint for the right individual.

Then based on the job requirement, you could decide which field to further pursue a degree, whether in the engineering field itself or management.

Hope this answers your query.

Wish you all the very best...........

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