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A student after completing a Diploma in Engineering or Polytechnic course has 3 options that they can choose from:
But here I would suggest, rather than getting into a job, complete your degree course. Though being a Diploma holder, way above a degree holder, but still industry prefer a Graduate student. So pursuing a Graduation is the best option.
Rest is your choice
Wish you good luck....
After Polytechnic, if your or your family condition demands you to work, then finding a job based on your Diploma Engineering is recommended. However, if this is not the case, then definitely getting yourself admitted to the degree course of engineering is highly recommended and would be very beneficial. Being an engineering graduate is very important for future progress and stability.
With polytechnic, you can get admission to the second year of degree engineering.
If you are thinking of doing a job after polytechnic and wish to do continue education, then you can do BE part time from a recognised college. Else you can do some other skill development courses which will add value to your job.
Good morning Sir,
Sir can you tell me all about NIFS please
I want to do this nifs after Polytechnic or B.tech
I am now in 12th appearing
Sir, I humble request to you that Please guide me all about this NIFS.
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The ITI and Polytechnic courses is the basic requirement of the various private and govt. companies recruiting in the Construction and Engineering fields
You have various career options, the Railways is also a very good career option for you after completing the course from well known Institute
The Railways RRB ALP and RRB Group D Exams are going to be held soon as the notification is released, you can check out the details from here
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