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    Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    Dear All, please advise:
    I'm currently a Technician, is it worthwhile to leave my current job and attend a BTech degree full time?

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    Question Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    It is fully depend on your wish,motive,thinking etc.As you are a Technitian it is advisable to you to do B.tech.If the present job did not give you satsfaction/inspiration and there is no scope to be a engineer in the near future more over
    if you feel salary strructure is also poor than it is adviseable and worthy to join B.Tech.

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    Exclamation Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

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    %% Yes,its 100% worthy %%

    %_% Being a Technician,you won't see a good package at current scenario %_%

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    If you did B.Tech. then you will be awarded as a Engineer %_%

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    Once you become an Engineer,you can have a position higher than Technician and here where you can see high pay %_%

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    But nowadays there are n number of Engineers passing out every year %_%

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    You should show yourself best of best than others so that you can get opportunities else it is difficult to get a job too %_%




    %% Thank you %%

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    Hi,


    Education is a must in Today's world

    There is no age limit to learn , but there is age limit to work

    Yet you can learn right thigns at right time so that you can incorporate that in future at right time

    Well if your interested to do B.E , you can apply for B.E course in correspondance

    Apply in Anna university for B.E correspondance or regular part or full time and proceed your study

    Before leaving the job . think of your economic condition to lead life and then go for studies


    All the best

    @@@ Thanks

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    hi friend,

    as you have said that you are working as a technician,

    i would suggest you to join in b.tech because as a technician you wouldn't earn more than 8,000/- per month.

    Now-a-days with less amount of salary its difficult to earn a living.

    If you join b.tech it would be a added degree to your profession and also a added advantage to you as you can earn more with a higher degree.

    The added advantage is also that most of the b.tech colleges offer you have 60% of the attendance and if you keep in touch with the lecturer then you can continue your work as a technician too.

    But a higher degree would always be an added advantage to you in your career.

    Thanking you.

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    Hi friend
    -it will be so good for you if you will be joined a b.tech/b.e.
    -todays in this a competitive world no one can survive his/her life with well being nature.
    -as in my expectation you have getting selary something 8 thousand or plus some more but this is not efficient to survive a life comfordably.
    -you can join any college and can choose branch as you are interested to do work.
    -this will give you worthness life at a crisis conditions or recesson.
    -with this you can do also work as part time in evening shift.
    -thankyou friend
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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    Hi,

    Leaving job and doing B.Tech is very good step for your career.

    You can continue your job even after completing B.Tech.

    If your really interested to do B.Tech then its really appreciated.

    Doing B.Tech will get you good opportunity in future and even you can continue as technician part time as well.

    B.Tech is high qualification than technician qualification.

    SO,you can go ahead with B.Tech for bright future.

    GOOD LUCK !!!1


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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    Hello,

    Yes, It will be good if you complete your B.tech.
    It will increase your scope for getting job.As a technician your salary must be low.Go for some top institutes, it will help you in getting higher package salaries.

    Most types of engineering can offer good scope in India although competition is very high. There are a few certain fields which keep reoccurring in terms of the best fields to enter, some of which I will explain further. The one thing I would point out is that all areas of engineers in the country will be highly sought after but it will be those who are expert in their field and who excel in their area who will succeed.

    Good luck!!!!

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    Dear Aspirant,

    It all depends upon your intererest & the financial position.If you are capable of doing B.Tech,definately you must do it.Also you must take in to your account of length of your present service.While taking admission in B.Tech,you should prefer to take core branch or the branch which is related to your present job profile.You will have better scope of job in future on the basis of B.Tech.

    thnaks.& best of luck.

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    Hi. I think you should definitely go for higher education as this will help you in the long run and help you get better paid in later life.

    Being just a technician and not pursuing higher studies will limit your capabilities and chances of being handsomely paid.

    Plus Higher education in today's times is very essential for the proper development of your mind.

    So it is surely worthwhile to leave your current job and pursue Btech degree full time.It will surely help you have a brighter future.

    So go for it. Best of luck for your future. Study well and have a brighter future

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    Dear friend ,

    being a technician you get salary not so good.

    By joining b.tech you will be awarded a engineering degree.

    Your scope will be more greater then .

    You can get a salary more than present scenario .

    B.tech is the highest qualification in technical field.

    So go ahead for b.tech for bright future .

    All the best!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    fully depend on your wish,motive,thinking etc.As you are a Technitian it is advisable to you to do B.tech.If the present job did not give you satsfaction/inspiration and there is no scope to be a engineer in the near future more over
    if you feel salary strructure is also poor than it is adviseable and worthy to join B.Tech.

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    hello friend
    as you said that you are a technician.so
    your family will be very critical condition in upcoming days.
    so you can Not compromise with your life at this battle .
    you can do a technical degree by any University.
    you will get also a huge benifite at the passing of b.tech degree.
    a technician generaly get low wages so you could not survive your life comfortably.
    all the best

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?




    Dear Friend

    B.Tech is a full time degree course..

    As you are working after completing a Diploma course as a Technician.

    If you want to get higher salaries you have to pursue the B.tech then you will become a engineer after that and this will increase your chances to get high salary obs..

    But you have to think that are you satisfied by this job or you want more progress.

    ALL THE BEST

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    as you've got same that you simply square measure operating as a technician,
    i'd recommend you to hitch in b.tech as a result of as a schoolchildren you would not earn quite 8000/- per month.
    Now-a-day with less quantity of remuneration its troublesome to earn a living.
    If you be a part of b.tech it'd be a additional degree to your profession and conjointly a additional advantage to you as you'll be able to earn a lot of with the next degree.

    The additional advantage is additionally that the majority of the b.tech schools give you have hr of the attending and if you retain in contact with the lecturer then you'll be able to continue your work as a schoolnician too.

    however the next degree would invariably be one more advantage to you in your career.

    It will increase your scope for obtaining job.As a technician your remuneration should be low.Go for some high institutes, it'll assist you in obtaining higher package salaries.

    Most sorts of engineering can give smart scope in Asian country though competition is extremely high. There square measure a number of bound fields that keep reoccurring in terms of the simplest fields to enter, a number of that i will be able to justify additional. The one factor i'd suggests is that each one square measure as of engineers within the country are going to be extremely asked for however it can be those United Nations agency are skilled in their field and who surpass in their space who will succeed.

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    hello
    hi
    Friend


    B.Tech is a full time degree course..


    As you are working after completing a Diploma course as a Technician.


    If you want to get higher salaries you have to pursue the B.tech then
    you will become a engineer after that and this will increase your chances
    to get high salary obs..



    But you have to think that are you satisfied by this job or you want more progress.


    ALL THE BEST

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    According to my mind,if you have interest to study in b.tech ,then you should leave the job and starts your career in b.tech.
    B.E/B.Tech is the bachelor in engineering.

    Education qualification.
    you should have atleast 50% in 12th science with PCM group from recognized university.

    You can do B.E/B.Tech in any specialization such as electrical ,mechanical ,chemical , EC , IT ,Computer ,IC ,Civil engineering etc.
    As a technician,you can not get more respect and also not the sufficient salary package even more experience.
    If you do B.E/B.Tech ,then you get engineering degree , you can do job with respect as a engineer.and you have also experience as a technician ,then you have also more knowledge.so you get good job and also nice salary package.
    your salary will rise according to your experience and your performance.
    you consume 4 year in the engineering.if you do job in this 4 year as a technician ,your salary of 4 year will cover only in 1 year if you will do a job as a engineer after completion of engineering.
    But finally depends on you.But one thing remember ,if you want to do B.E/B.Tech ,then you should have to do with great interest and should keep good knowledge of your field.then you will get a good job surely as a good engineer.

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    Hello Friend,
    Yeah ,its a better option if you complete your Degree in full time course.because after that you will be able to get better jobs what you are getting currently.and after graduation your qualification will be more to that of the normal ITI or diploma such that you can hope for a engineer job with high package.apart from that being a graduate you have lots of other option in different sectors ,you can choose accordingly as per your interest.At the same time as you are a working person and you have experience you can get job by showing this prior work experience ,that will keep you in the upper hand that to the normal graduates.
    so its better if you go for higher study(4 yrs degree)
    Thank You.

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    Hi friends,
    Hope you are in good health and good state of mind!
    It's always a treat and fun to answer your queries.
    I also appreciate the confidence that you have shown in us!



    >>it will be so good for you if you will be joined a b.tech/b.e.
    >>todays in this a competitive world no one can survive his/her life with well being nature.
    >>as in my expectation you have getting selary something 8 thousand or plus some more but this is not efficient to survive a life comfordably.
    >>you can join any college and can choose branch as you are interested to do work.
    >>this will give you worthness life at a crisis conditions or recesson.
    >>with this you can do also work as part time in evening shift.


    all the best

    I hope I have answered all your doubts.
    It was a pleasure answering your queries.
    Hope that you'll come up with some more challenging queries!
    Till then,take care.
    Bye!

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    Re: Is it worthy to leave job and join B.Tech?

    Of course it will be good if you complete your B.tech.

    It will increase your scope for getting job.As a technician your salary must be low.Go for some top institutes, it will help you in getting higher package salaries.

    Most types of engineering can offer good scope in India although competition is very high.

    There are a few certain fields which keep reoccurring in terms of the best fields to enter, some of which I will explain further.

    The one thing I would point out is that all areas of engineers in the country will be highly sought after but it will be those who are expert in their field and who excel in their area who will succeed.

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