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Shetty’s Answer

yes its good as equivalent to BE. If you are thinking of doing BTech please go ahead

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Bhasker’s Answer

Hello Bhavan - engineering degree continues to be relevant and useful even though there are many more options for higher education now and even greater number of job and career opportunities. If you like Maths/Physics/Chemistry and have analytical skills and like solving problems or designing solutions then engineering is one of the options. And within engineering there are a number of choices: Electrical, electronics, chemical, mechanical, Civil etc .

thank you sir Bhavan K.
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Anup’s Answer

Hi,
Yes for sure it is the best field to opt for provided you have an interest for the same. Because from my personal experience what I have noted that if you are not interested in a certain course or just doing something for the sake of doing will not help. So please choose the best option and then go ahead with that. You have lot of fields you can opt for and that will take you to great heights.

thank you ma'am Bhavan K.
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Lokesh’s Answer

Hi Bhavan,
The key benefits of studying engineering are both financial and prospect based. Financially, the starting salaries are among the best across all industry sectors.
"In many areas, the demand for well-qualified, skilled graduates outstrips supply, and businesses are struggling to find recruits for vacancies.

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Chaithanya’s Answer

Hi Bhavan,
B.Tech continues to be one of the good choices for a person interested in technical jobs related to engineering like IT, engineering services etc. And B.Tech provides a good path for the taking up further studies like masters/ M.Tech/ MS etc. Even from a job prospects B.Tech degree along with good knowledge of your subject areas and good aptitude provides a good platform for you to get through the interviews.

thank you but im averge in physics and im bhavan Bhavan K.
Bhavan, Please try and get practical application of what each chapter in the Physics means and you will gradually develop interest in the subject. As you develop interest in the subject, over some time you will get a lot better than what you are now in Physics and you will be surprised to see the growth yourself as you progress. Good luck. Chaithanya Atthanti
Sir Im well practical work but here all wants not practical knowledge only the theoritical and marks in examination. What can i do? Bhavan K.
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shashidhara’s Answer

If you wanna learn Embedded programming, it is good to use any microcontroller as a platform. The concepts are pretty same across all controllers (PIC, MSP, AVR, STM,…).


First of all try to understand the peripherals in controllers deeply. Like ADC, DAC, PWM, Clocking… It’s easy to use ADC to convert an analog signal and to show it in LCD. But it will take some to time to understand the working of ADC. Also, from your question I assume that you’re studying BTech in Electronics. So, try to visualize the concepts you’re studying in book.


Today lot of Engineers doing embedded programming doesn’t care about hardware knowledge at all. But, to become a successful Embedded Engineer, you have to learn the hardware also, then only you can code it to work in a better way and also it will help you debug issues.

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Aqueel’s Answer

No..
It depends on course structure but it doesn't seem to be useful now a days

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Poornima’s Answer

Hi Bhavan,


Yes, there is no big difference between BE (Bachelor of Engineering) and B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology) so please go ahead.

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sudheer’s Answer

Graduation like this gives you the value always good in future.

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Kushalappa’s Answer

I would not suggest doing an MTech now, there is very little value in MTech in India, other than from good colleges. Unless you are very specifically looking at
Government Jobs
Teaching Profession
I would NOT recommend going for MTech now.


The most important thing you need to understand is that , there is an opportunity cost associated with MTech, the point is you are losing 2 years of your job, and 2 years of experience. If you cannot make up for what you lose in the knowledge you gain, and in being able to apply to more companies, you are losing A LOT.


Firstly the only important difference you would find between BTech , and MTech is actually only the project/thesis you do. In average colleges, this is often a joke, and I have seen people get through with projects that would not even make the BTech Project cut at NITs, so considering your interest is to get into Core CS, it would not help you.


If you look at placement statistics, the placement statistics of MTechs ain't much better (or in many cases are actually worse) than that of BTech of the same college.


Look at the faculties in the colleges you are going to, do you really think they would be able to guide the MTech students ?


So going for MTech now will NOT help you to
Get more deep knowledge about core CS topics.
Get a much better placement at a later time

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mohammed’s Answer

yes, you will be having an upper hand once you complete the course and start looking for a job, especially in technical support field.
well, it opens multiple career pathways for you.

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