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    Alternate Profession with Engineering subjects for good pay?

    I am a student of XII cbse board with phy-Maths-chem-comp.sc subjects. As I see, most of my relatives had to leave their job after they get married, can you suggest which Engineering stream can I persue for the long run or alternately good paid profession with my subjects? Thank you. Vini

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    rockindeepak Array
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    Re: Alternate Profession with Engineering subjects for good pay?

    Hello

    It doesnt depend in which stream you do your btech. You may choose etc or eee if you want to go for core sector jobs else cse or it if you want to go for software jobs.

    Everyone is getting placed in a software jobs so after that they dont c who is noncs( not computer science) or computer science(cs). If you have the capability they you will excel in any field you want.

    Even after btech you can go for a mba and get a job i higher position. Or you can do a job for few years and gain some experience and switch to different companies with very good packages.

    You cant help it when you get married can you??? still in my point of view first you should secure your career before you get into family matters.

    Thanks

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    Re: Alternate Profession with Engineering subjects for good pay?

    As you see, most of your relatives had to leave their job after they get married because may be they got some personal problem..its depend on only you in which field you want to go and in which you are interested to go. better you judge by your self..there is lots of field..and any alternative field you can go in teaching field that will be very nice..with this professional you can give the more time to your family and its also high paid field..

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    Re: Alternate Profession with Engineering subjects for good pay?

    ~Hi~

    There is wide scope of engineering degree.

    The B.Tech holder with computer science or information technology gets placement in soft ware companies and resign most of them because of their job unsatisfactory.

    If you do B.Tech in core branches i.e.civil,mechanical or electrical and get govt.job or job in public sector companies like NTPC,BHEL,SAIL etc I do not think you will have to resign from your job after your marriage.

    If not after B.Tech,you can do M.Tech and be a lecturer in engineering college for high pay and peaceful life.

    You can do in any stream.

    you can also go for IES after your B.tech for your good prospect.

    So nothing to worrry.Study well.

    @@@Thanks@@@

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    Post Re: Alternate Profession with Engineering subjects for good pay?

    ~~ HI ~~



    ~_~ You should be clear with the field that you wanna go at the end of schooling because this gonna be your life ~_~

    ~_~
    There is lot of opportunities once you become an Engineer ~_~

    ~_~
    But you need to choose the stream in Engineering where you have interest ~_~

    ~_~
    You can become a software Engineer even though if you are from non-IT stream ~_~

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    If you don't like Engineering then go for C.A. ~_~

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    Else do any Under Graduation and do Master degree that will place you in Management level with good pay ~_~



    ~~ Thank you ~~

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