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what are job opportunities after

hello, After my what are the best job opportunities for me to opt for other than IT jobs, like there is HAL(hindustan aeronautics limited) . #job-search #first-job

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Prasad’s Answer

You did not mention specialisation in M Tech. The generic advice That I can give is

1. Most of the top Govt organisations (Like DRDO, ISRO etc) are using GATE score to recruit for Jobs. So you can look for writing Gate and get a great score above 95 %tile to be considered.

2. Many organisations like Railways, BARC, ECIL etc offer stipendary Apprenticeship for 1 or 2 years. That would help in opening of Channels for other GOVT organosations or Pvt organisations.

3. Many Govt Companies have some conditions to recrit Local state people. Being Karnataka you can look for specific companies in Karnataka and check the Careers page. They normally give details their recruiting process and qualifications and dates to apply if any jobs are open. Some examples are

4. if you want to consider Teaching as a profession you can check for jobs directly in PVT colleges as teaching assistant and also consider appearing for CSIR exam to get yourself eligible for Govt colleges.

5. We have a National CareerService website for Govt jobs. You can register there to get know of openings and eligibility. Link for that

6. Looks for Jobs in your core engineering when you look in Job Portals. There you will see some requirements from PVT organisations.

Some Links that can help

Do not sit Idle keep preparing for some exams in your area or join some smal job. It will help you further in your career. Good Luck.
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Desiree’s Answer

I presume you mean "Master of Technology". If so, lots of industries require technologist - there are food technologist, medical technologist, architectural technologist, etc. Many financial institutions have analyst with technology backgrounds, too. Talk to your career placement office or guidance counselor about what career paths may be available, look to on-line job search tool and LinkedIn to see what jobs require the M.Tech and what may fit your interest. Good luck!

Desiree recommends the following next steps:

Talk to your school or uni's career placement office or guidance counselor about career paths
Research jobs that require M.Tech using on-line job search tools and/or LinkedIn
Seek "informational interviews" with M.Tech grads about their career paths and what others with the degree are doing.
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Praveen’s Answer

@Nischitha: After earning an M.Tech (Master of Technology) degree, a vast array of job opportunities unfolds based on your specialization and passion.

Here's a list of typical career paths M.Tech graduates follow:

1. Research and Development (R&D):
- M.Tech degree holders often opt for R&D roles in sectors like engineering, technology, pharmaceuticals, and automotive.
- Their work might involve inventing and refining new products, systems, or technologies.

2. Engineering Design:
- Many M.Tech graduates find themselves in engineering design roles, where they tackle the design and analysis of intricate systems, structures, or parts.
- This can span across fields such as mechanical, civil, electrical, or aerospace engineering.

3. Software Development:
- Specializing in computer science or information technology opens the door for M.Tech graduates to venture into software development.
- Roles such as software engineers, developers, programmers, or architects are common, where they create and manage software applications and systems.

4. Data Science and Analytics:
- In our data-centric world, there's a soaring demand for professionals skilled in data science and analytics.
- M.Tech graduates with knowledge in machine learning, artificial intelligence, data mining, and big data analytics can find roles in sectors like finance, healthcare, e-commerce, and more.

5. Consulting:
- Consulting firms frequently hire M.Tech graduates to offer technical expertise and solutions to clients across diverse industries.
- They might find themselves in management consulting, technology consulting, or engineering consulting roles, aiding clients with strategic planning, process enhancement, and problem-solving.

6. Teaching and Academia:
- Some M.Tech graduates opt for academia and research, either by pursuing further studies (Ph.D.) or working as faculty members in universities or research institutions.
- Their responsibilities may include teaching, research, guiding graduate students, and publishing academic work.

7. Project Management:
- M.Tech graduates with robust technical backgrounds and leadership abilities can consider careers in project management.
- They might oversee engineering projects, research initiatives, or technology implementations, ensuring projects are finished on time, within budget, and to specifications.

8. Entrepreneurship:
- M.Tech graduates with a knack for entrepreneurship might start their own tech-based ventures or join startups.
- They could create innovative products, services, or solutions, using their technical skills and creativity to meet market demands.

These are just a handful of job opportunities for M.Tech graduates. The specific roles and sectors they choose often depend on their specialization, skills, experience, and career aspirations.