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How to boost your career after the engineering career

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When a student reaches his senior year, his mind becomes confused about what to do in the future. This article will help you decide what to do in the future.

A degree in engineering from an Indian institute opens a world of opportunities for a student, but sometimes these vast opportunities lead to confusion about what to do in the future and this article is to help you identify and choose the right career path once you Is done with engineering.

These are the options that an engineer has after engineering:

1. Job at MNC

If you are looking for a job I would advise you to develop skills in your field, for example. If you are a CS / IT student, join some programming courses and try to code as much as possible start coding in Github so that a mechanical and civil student tries to be an expert in AutoCAD software and graphics, believe me, the graphic software It may seem irrelevant, but this is what will help you visualize your projects better. Once you develop technical skills, you will need to develop your communication skills. Make sure your technical skills alone do not provide you with a job. On the other hand, only your communication skills can do it. A recruiter not only observes their knowledge but also their capacity for expression. That knowledge, I’ve seen students with good grades and technical skills who can not perform a placement because of their limited communication skills.


2. Sarkari Job

Yes govt. The work is what you want to do to start as soon as possible. You will need patience to break a government. The job exam also keeps good grades and starts reading the newspaper daily along with developing a good general knowledge. These things are a necessity for a person seeking a government. work.

3. Study abroad(MS and MBA)

The most important thing you need for this is money. Believing that studying abroad is really expensive, even if you can enter Harvard it is not easy to pay tuition. But if you can afford it, start working on your general profile. They will review your general profile, your CGPA, certifications, internships, jobs, research papers and your GRE or GMAT score. To achieve a good GRE or GMAT score, you must work on your vocabulary. Start using the Magoosh Vocab application cards (free application). This will help a lot.

4.Higher studies in India(M.tech/MS or MBA)

If you feel like pursuing higher education in India, then take good care of your percentage and have a general performance at your institute. For M.tech, you must appear on GATE, which will be a test of your technical skills in your domain, so do not miss those classes and study hard at your university. For an MBA, you must provide CAT, MAT, XAT, ATMA or any other entry for this. You really need to work hard in Math and English. Start coaching from today, do not postpone. People start taking classes 1 or 2 years before taking the exam. Apart from this, you need good grades and a profile that shows that your boss is in business. Join NGO, open a startup, take an initiative whether it fails or not, no matter how bold.


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