Jobs available after B.Tech
There are many job opportunities available after completing B.Tech; you could either go into government sector or private sector jobs. You could also change your domain in the starting of your career itself, whatever you decide it’s advisable to first know about the various platforms in the industry and then take the final decision.
For a better understanding of job opportunities in the market, have a look on below job roles:
It is advisable to take up your respective core domain jobs rather than changing your domain to IT sector for the compensation reason. Electrical, electronics, and automobile industries are booming up with huge job opportunities on the way. The core jobs might pay you less in the starting but with experience and expertise, the compensation and growth are fast in these fields.
Core jobs: Job opportunities in BHEL, ECIL, BSNL, ONGC, TATA Motors, Ashok Leyland’s, Mahendra and Mahendra etc..
There are ample of job opportunities provided for both IT and NON-IT graduates, especially when we say about IT industry. It’s a wrong notion to believe that only by learning a language like C or JAVA can land you a job in this industry. There are many other platforms available for even a Non-IT student to pursue their dream of working in Software, here are few roles offered –
Different roles offered by IT industries are:
- Software developer (C, C++, JAVA, DOTNET)
- Database Developer (SQL, PLSQL)
- Testing Engineer: Generally Freshers are preferred for manual testing only. (manual, automation)
- DBA (ORACLE, MYSQL, SYBASE, MONGO etc )
- System administration (Windows, UNIX, LINUX )
- Network Engineer
Good with communication skills and flexible with shifts (round the clock), there are roles in ITES like:
- Tech support – IT technical support monitor and maintain the computer systems and networks of an organization.
- Voice support–inbound or outbound Customer care service.
Apart from these Core and IT jobs a graduate can also prepare for government jobs like Bank jobs, SSC (staff selection commission), civil services, Jobs in research sector etc. or else they can start their own business or they can even make their passion as their career.