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    Scope of B.tech with mechanical engineering. with 70%?

    Dear sir! I m Hari Om Tripathi doing b.tech from Psit, kanpur. This is my 2nd yr and i have agg. prcnt 70. Tell me that this is sufficient for any private sector job and for government sector. What i have scope with this branch. Send details in my email id- tripathi.hariom8

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    ranjeet250490 is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Scope of B.tech with mechanical engineering. with 70%?

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    Dear sir! I m Hari Om Tripathi doing b.tech from Psit, kanpur. This is my 2nd yr and i have agg. prcnt 70. Tell me that this is sufficient for any private sector job and for government sector. What i have scope with this branch. Send details in my email id- tripathi.hariom8
    Hi


    Mechanical Engineering is one of the most evergreen branches in Engineering and so it always offers scopes in every field in every time...

    I must tell you that for any class 1 government job, you should be a minimum graduate. So your first priority should be that you complete your B.Tech.


    The minimum standard percentage that you need to get to enter any company be it government or private is just 60%.

    So talking of your case, you are well above the border line. In fact I would suggest you that pull up the aggregate to more than 80%.

    It would increase you preference in the market.


    After that you can sit for the GATE exam which stands for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering and from its score and percentile that you score, there are the PSU;s in India which would look to recruit you.


    If you have the proper knowledge and caliber then surely you can make it into them with a handsome salary.


    Hope this helps

    All the best


    Regards
    RANJEET

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    Re: Scope of B.tech with mechanical engineering. with 70%?

    Dont go for jobs just after b.tech as now days competition is too tough and you have to have a higher qualification to get a good job . . So i suggest that if you are financially strong then you can go for higher education like m.tech or mca or mba so that you get a good job

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    Re: Scope of B.tech with mechanical engineering. with 70%?

    Sir,i am jagadish boruah.i am in 3rd semester pursuing b.tech in rist,meghalaya under nehu university.my branch is mechanical.i have average 66% in 1st year.i have known that the govermental companies prefer those who has 70% in b.tech.our university has a rule that if we get 6 pointer i.e.65% then only it is considered as 1st division.our total pointer is 9.now,my question is that to qualify for any govt. Job how much we have to get 70% or 7 pointer?please reply your answer at my email -jagadish.boruah2012@gmail.com. Thank you sir.

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    Re: Scope of B.tech with mechanical engineering. with 70%?

    Mechanical is a core branch and it has wide scope in govt aswell as private sector.

    With your score, you can try for core companies like BHEL, HAL, ISRO etc who conduct separate exams for recruiting.

    You can also try for private sector software companies like TCS, Infosys, Wipro etc.

    To get into software companies you must be good at your technical skills and communication skills.

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    Re: Scope of B.tech with mechanical engineering. with 70%?

    scope of govt. Job in mechanical engineering

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