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    What are the Job Oriented Course after B.Tech?

    what are the different courses that can be done after B.Tech (Mechanical).. Also it is necessary to get a first class degree to get a job?

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    Re: What are the Job Oriented Course after B.Tech?

    dear aspirant
    in my opinion
    The options for a Mechanical engineer are quite vast; they can work mainly in manufacturing firms but also have opportunities in administrative and managerial positions in government departments or public and private sector industries or do research as well as teaching in Research and teaching institutes. Once you have gained some experience you could further look at upgrading your knowledge base by doing a post graduation. If you want to be in the technical field then, M.tech would be a direct progression of your bachelors. The specializations you can go for in MTech are: mechatronics/robotics, transport and logistics, cryogenics, fuel technology, automotive engineering, biomechanics, vibration and optics etc. Other option is going in for short term courses .Few short-term courses which would enhance your career are doing CAD and CAM. You can also go for 3D modelling CAD/CAM/CAE softwares like CATIA, Solidworks, Unigraphics, ProE etc. Another alternative is to train in Industrial Design and then apply for a job. You can explore postgraduate course in industrial design or manufacturing systems engineering & design courses at the Industrial Design Centre at IIT, Powai or IDDC, IIT Delhi; CPMD, IISc Bangalore; design Programme, IIT Kanpur or NID, Ahmedabad, Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore or any reputed design college. As far as future growth is concerned you can also, go in for a MBA (IT / Systems or Operations). Doing MBA will help you reach the management level faster. If you revert with specific details of the type of job you are targeting and your interest and long-term goals we can guide you in a better manner

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    Re: What are the Job Oriented Course after B.Tech?

    Buddy, You are belongs to technical field so you have to do computer courses if your doing B.tech in computer. There are some job oriented courses of different software & programming languages available in various private , goverrnment institutions. By learning those you can get job but also carry on working for your entire life if interested. Some of basic languages and software are: PHP oracle python java c & c++ .NET CAD (civil/mech) CAM and many more courses available , you come to knowwhen you consult and institution depending upon availaibility of that courses. Thank you!

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    Re: What are the Job Oriented Course after B.Tech?

    The options for a Mechanical engineer are quite vast; they can work mainly in manufacturing firms but also have opportunities in administrative and managerial positions in government departments or public and private sector industries or do research as well as teaching in Research and teaching institutes. Once you have gained some experience you could further look at upgrading your knowledge base by doing a post graduation. If you want to be in the technical field then, M.tech would be a direct progression of your bachelors. The specializations you can go for in MTech are: mechatronics/robotics, transport and logistics, cryogenics, fuel technology, automotive engineering, biomechanics, vibration and optics etc. Other option is going in for short term courses .Few short-term courses which would enhance your career are doing CAD and CAM. You can also go for 3D modelling CAD/CAM/CAE softwares like CATIA, Solidworks, Unigraphics, ProE etc. Another alternative is to train in Industrial Design and then apply for a job. You can explore postgraduate course in industrial design or manufacturing systems engineering & design courses at the Industrial Design Centre at IIT, Powai or IDDC, IIT Delhi; CPMD, IISc Bangalore; design Programme, IIT Kanpur or NID, Ahmedabad, Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore or any reputed design college. As far as future growth is concerned you can also, go in for a MBA (IT / Systems or Operations). Doing MBA will help you reach the management level faster. If you revert with specific details of the type of job you are targeting and your interest and long-term goals we can guide you in a better manner

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