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Some of the popular engineering fields include electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science & engineering. Chemical engineering, biotechnology, marine engineering, aerospace engineering, nuclear engineering, etc.

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Career Option after IIT JEE- what Adda247 School Suggest?.

As per the latest estimated data, approximately 1.5 Million students aspire to pursue Engineering in India, and amongst them, approx. 1.2 Million candidates aspire for IIT JEE Exam while keeping an aim to get into IITs.

If we also consider the data of this year only, there are around 11000 seats can be expected for Engineering & Architectural Courses in IITs which are like few drops in the ocean and on the other hand, around 25,000 students can get admission in NITs, IIITs and GFTIs as per the current data mentioned.

The crux of the mentioned data is that only around 36,000 among approx. 12 lakhs candidates achieve their career goals to pursue engineering in the best colleges of India and the rest of them try out other career options after JEE Mains and JEE Advanced.

You may explore higher studies in engineering once you finish your Bachelor. It is one of the most sought after options where students opt for an in-depth study of their chosen field and can pursue higher degrees in Masters of Technology (M.Tech), Masters in Science (MS), or a Masters in Information System (MIS), these graduates embark on career opportunities after engineering in the fields of research and development for new technologies.

To pursue an M.Tech degree, a candidate must first clear the national level entrance test for masters called  Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering also known as GATE. GATE tests consist of the syllabus that was covered during B. Tech and a good score there provide a higher chance to be accepted by reputed colleges.

Data Scientist is a job that is one of the most high paying ones in recent times. You can work in the IT industry once you complete your graduation in btech and after two to three years can switch to a data scientist job. It is a combination of few leading technologies like Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence.

Data Scientist is responsible for designing data modelling processes which can help to create predictive models using the best algorithms  that passes various test cases. Data Scientists salary is one of the most competitive ones offered across the IT Industry.

An MBA degree

There are ample courses that can be taken up after B.Tech which open a wide variety of career opportunities after engineering. And pursuing MBA is one of them. MBA is a master’s degree in Business Administration which is a specialization course that trains a student in the art of business organization and management, employers of MNC’s prefer to look at candidates that have an MBA degree as potential hires. MBA programs are offered at the  Indian Institute of Management (IIM). One needs to qualify for the entrance exam for taking admission in IIMs called CAT.CAT is also a national-level exam followed by an interview round for final selections.

An MBA degree is quite beneficial as it escalates a graduate’s career and helps reach higher posts in the company just within the few initial years.

MBA can be pursued in the following sectors:

This one is for those engineer graduates who aim for more and don’t want to depend on the college campus placements and they seek a job in the PSUs.

PSUs are Public Sector Unit companies that are wholly or partially owned by the government of India. Some of the leading names include BHEL, SAIL, HAL, and IOCL. The government offers a special range of jobs to engineers who are eligible and qualified under their public sector units.

The eligibility criteria for entering a PSU is a pre-declared cut-off rate of the GATE exam scores. PSUs offer a very handsome monetary benefit, lifetime job security, and good standing within your society.

Few of the PSUs that hire employees based on GATE results include SAIL, Indian Oil, Vizag Steel, ONGC, DRDO, and NALCO and, therefore, any B. Tech graduates can attempt such exams for government jobs in PSU sectors.

Joining the civil services is a widely preferred choice considered by not only fresh engineering graduates but almost every graduate irrespective of their graduation background. The profession of civil services is a highly respected one in society, and these professionals receive many privileges during their tenure of employment.

It is one of the hottest career options, and it does demand a lot of hard work. Competition is so severe that for around 1 million students who give this exam every year, and only a handful of them are selected.

One needs to clear the highly competitive UPSC exam conducted for civil services which test its candidates in three different stages as it starts with a preliminary interview process, the candidate then passes on to take the mains of the UPSC Civil Service Exam (CSE), followed by a second interview.

According to the survey, there are around 582 million entrepreneurs worldwide. People switch their profession over to entrepreneurship for a various number of reasons — personal satisfaction, higher income, better work-life balance, and the flexibility of working from anywhere in the world and to be one’s boss and what not!

There is various graduate such as Harsh Agrawal, Amit Agarwal is tech gurus who have made blogging their passion and are also making a living out of it.

There are various engineering graduates who have turned into professional photographers. One of them is Pranesh Padmanabhan is an engineer-turned-photographer who’s living his dream as an entrepreneur-cum-photographer.

Related post:

Question 1: What are the higher studies course a candidate can opt for after engineering?

Answer: A candidate can opt for GATE, CAT, UPSC, etc.

Question2: What is the Average campus placement from a private college? Answer: Generally, the placement varies from college to college but usually, it’s from 3.5 LPA.

Question3: What are job profiles for an engineering graduate in the industry? Answer: Job profile may differ depending upon what stream a candidate has chosen during the graduation and some of them are a data scientist, Robotics, PCB Designing, Artificial intelligence, etc.

Question4: What are the biggest firms for engineers in IT sectors? Answer: Infosys, TCS, Wipro, IBM, Accenture, etc.

Question 5: Can engineering graduate has their own start-ups? Answer: Of course. In fact, engineering graduates own most of the start-ups currently. They just need to have a proper strategy and planning.

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The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is an engineering entrance assessment conducted for admission to various engineering colleges in India. It is constituted by two different examinations: the JEE-Main and the JEE-Advanced.

The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) conducts the joint admission process for a total of 23 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), 31 National Institutes of Technology (NITs), 25 Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) campuses and other Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs) based on the rank obtained by a student in JEE-Main or JEE-Advanced, depending on the engineering college.

There are some institutes, such as the Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs), the Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy (IIPE), the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (RGIPT), the Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST), and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), which use the score obtained in the JEE-Advanced examination as the basis for admission, but are not a part of the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) counselling process. Any student who takes admission to an Indian Institute of Technology cannot appear for the JEE-Advanced examination again, but the same is not the case with NIT, IISc, IISERs, RGIPT, IIPE, and IIST.

JEE-Main is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). JEE-Main has two papers, Paper-I and Paper-II. Candidates may opt for either or both of them. Both papers contain multiple choice questions. Paper-I is for admission to B.E./B.Tech courses and is conducted in a Computer Based Test mode. Paper-II is for admission in B.Arch and B.Planning courses and will also be conducted in Computer Based Test mode except for one paper, namely the 'Drawing Test' which shall be conducted in Pen and Paper mode or offline mode. From January 2020 onwards, an additional Paper-III is being introduced for B.Planning courses separately.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, JEE-Main 2021 has a change in paper format and number of attempts. Now there will be 20 single choice questions and 10 numerical questions out of which only five numerical questions are to be attempted. The marking scheme is same as earlier i.e. for SCQs, +4 marks for correct answer and -1 marks for incorrect answer and 0 marks for not answered, and for numerical type questions, +4 marks for correct and -1 marks for incorrect.

JEE-Main, unlike JEE-Advanced, has a fixed exam structure and is not subject to change every year. Up until 2018, the JEE-Main Paper-I is of three hours duration and consists of thirty single choice questions in each of the three subjects (physics, chemistry and maths). 4 marks are awarded for correct answers and 1 mark is deducted for incorrect answers. Students taking this exam are usually in the age group 18-20.

A new pattern consisting of 20+5 questions per subject was introduced in January 2020 with 20 single choice questions + 5 numerical type questions by NTA. In single-choice questions 4 marks are awarded for correct answers and no marks are deducted from numerical type questions.

From 2013 to 2016, the marks obtained in the class XII school board examination used to be accorded a 40% weightage in deciding the JEE-Main all India ranks.

JEE-Advanced is conducted for entry into 23 IIT's and some other equally prestigious universities like IISC Bangalore, IIST Thiruvananthapuram, Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy (IIPE), Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISERs), Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (RGIPT). This exam is conducted by any one of the IIT's every year. In 2020, the exam was conducted by IIT Delhi. In 2021, 2022, and 2023, it shall be conducted by IIT Kharagpur, IIT Bombay and IIT Guwahati respectively. More than 2 lakh students become eligible to write JEE-Advanced every year. The top 250,000 students of JEE Main qualify to appear for the JEE-Advanced examination. In 2018, 224,000 students were appeared to take the JEE-Advanced, a number that had gone up from 220,000 in 2017 and 200,000 in 2016.

The JEE pattern has undergone many changes. Since 2012 candidates are given paper copies of their answers, and cutoffs are announced. This transparency was achieved after a tenacious legal tussle waged by IIT Kharagpur professor Rajeev Kumar, who was nominated for the National RTI Award 2010 for his crusade. Since 2013–14, JEE has changed a lot and recently adopted new online admissions and application selection procedures which were not available in recent years.

In 2012, the government-run Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) that earlier conducted the AIEEE, announced the JEE that replaced the AIEEE and IIT-JEE. The JEE-Main, which replaces AIEEE, is for admission to the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), and some other colleges designated as "centrally funded technical institutes" (CFTIs). The JEE-Advanced, which replaces IIT-JEE, is only for admission to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). Only the students selected in JEE-Main are eligible for appearing in JEE-Advanced. About 224,000 students will be selected from 2018.

In September 2013, the IIT Council approved the decision of the Joint Admission Board to continue with the two-phase JEE pattern ("Main" followed by "Advanced") for IITs in 2014. Followed by the exams, JoSAA conducts the joint admission process for a total of 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 25 IIITs and other Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs).

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  • Engineering Streams.
  • Civil Engineering.
  • Computer Science & Engineering.
  • Chemical Engineering.
  • Electrical Engineering.
  • Aerospace Engineering.
  • Mechanical Engineering.
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Answer # 6 #

Thousands of students appear for JEE exams and only a few of them are able to crack it and get a seat in IIT (the most prestigious engineering college) in India. Most of the students till the 12th standard aim to crack JEE, but have no idea about what to do once they have qualified.

The next big thing you should be prepared for is selecting your stream. JEE itself is a very tough exam, students are generally so occupied with studies that they forget the mere fact about choosing the stream. This is the part where the majority of students get confused and select a branch based on random factors like – nearest location or where their peers are enrolling. But choosing streams should solely be dependent on your personal interests.

The engineering sector has numerous fields and you will definitely find the one that deems fit as per your needs. Some of the most popular fields for engineering are  Chemical engineering, Electrical engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Biotechnology, Aerospace engineering, Marine engineering, Nuclear engineering, etc. By graduating in these fields you can get a placement in both the private and government sectors. Here’s a brief of all the  engineering branches offered by IIT:

Civil Engineers are responsible for building structures for the country. The two foundation principles for this branch are science and engineering. This branch roots out to other micro branches such as transportation, construction, and environmental engineering. Civil engineers get equal opportunities in both the private and public sectors, the pay is usually very high. They also fall in the most demanded professionals in developing countries like Canada and Australia.

It is one of the most desired branches of engineering. It advances along with technology and current trends in Computer Science Engineering are Robotics, Cloud Computing, Internet of Things and Big Data. The Tech area grows rapidly not just in India but globally. From coding, developing, designing, data analytics, and testing, engineering students have a wide range of options to choose from. Moreover, many IITians get placed in IT Giants like Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and many more.

This branch of engineering solely revolves around science and has huge demand in both the manufacturing and service industries. This involves various job roles ranging from food, chemicals, fibers, and production. They get good opportunities in both the private and public sectors, can work for the defense, atomic plants and the pharma sector.

Electrical engineering is all about power and electricity with enormous scope and exposure. The public sector has ample opportunities for this particular branch. Electricity boards like NTPC, NHPC and other state electricity boards need electrical engineers for smooth functioning. They are also hired by IT and ERP solution organizations. In the public sector electrical engineering students can look out for jobs in PSU, defence forces and railway. They will surely get a decent salary package.

Aerospace Engineering is the dream of many students who want to fly and are curious about space and the universe. Being the most lucrative engineering branch, aerospace engineering includes the study of aircrafts, spacecrafts – their construction, design, testing, operation, and maintenance. This branch roots out two other sub branches i.e. Aeronautical and Astronautical engineering.

Again Aerospace engineers can work in both public and private sectors. There are a list of opportunities in Aviation, Air Force, CSIR, DRDO, NASA and many organizations that manufacture aircrafts. This branch has one of the highest salary packages.

As the name suggests Mechanical Engineering is all about machines and this branch includes manufacturing design and physics. There are plenty of career options for mechanical engineers in India, the field is very diverse and students get to learn a lot of practical things. A mechanical engineer handles every sort of work like Research and Development, Product Design, Manufacturing, Design of Machines and Manages System. Hundreds of Mechanical engineers get placed every year in both public and private sectors especially in aviation, automobile and manufacturing industries. Apart from this they can also find a good job role in Biotech, Power Plants and Oil Refineries. Mechanical engineers can also work in Military, IT and teaching sectors as they also offer attractive salary packages.

Placements in IITs across India take place from December to May. The starting salary packages of top IIT students usually ranges from 10 -20 lakhs whereas for normal IITs it’s between 5 – 10 lakhs per annum. Meanwhile the highest salary packages are somewhere between 90 lakhs to 1 crore in top IITs and 20-30 lakhs in a regular IIT college.

The highest packages are usually from international organizations and biggest domestic companies including Samsung, Google, Microsoft, Intel, Walmart, Flipkart, Amazon, Apple, Deloitte, Cisco, TATA, Accenture, JP Morgan, Caterpillar, Qualcomm, IBM and more. The recruitment drive takes place in IIT campuses and a lot of times students get the chance to participate in workshops and internships before getting placed.

Here we have listed all the CTC’s offered by different organizations on a domestic level. The data has been taken from the final placement reports 2019

The below table shows the highest CTC’s that were offered by few national/international organizations to the students from top IIT’s.  The data has been taken from the year 2019 final placement report.

The placement procedure followed is same in every IIT and here we have mentioned the step by step process:

Step 1 – There are separate Training & Placement Cells in all IITs, they are assisted by student representatives. They send invites to both domestic and international companies along with required information and docs along with Job Announcement Form (JAF), Placement Brochures etc.

Step 2 – Organizations also show keen interest in recruiting students when they have openings. Companies contact the T&P Cell by sending an email with the required information.

Step 3– Once the T&P cell receives JAF along with the details, T& P Cell gets back to the company via email and then the campus interview dates are allotted as per the JAF (Job Announcement Form).

Step 4- Then the T&P Cell and companies have a discussion for the Pre Placement Talk(PPT), once both parties are headed in the same direction, they confirm the dates and T&P Cell notifies students about the same.

Step 5 – The organizations send their concerned teams to conduct PPT (Pre-Placement Talk).

Step 6 – Sometimes companies also choose pre-final year students for summer internships during their visit for placement drives.

Step 7 – Interested students create their resumes and register with the same on the company’s website to get shortlisted. So, that their resume is accessible to the organization.

Step 8 – Companies go through all the resumes and send the list of shortlisted students to T&P Cell before visiting the campus for the final round of interview.

Step 9 – The companies then visit the campus for Pre-Placement Talks on allocated dates. Then they conduct Group Discussions/Technical Test/Aptitude Tests/Personal Interviews etc.

Step 10 – The interviews take place and the companies make a final list of selected candidates. Sometimes they’re selected on the same day and sometimes they take a few days to make the final decision.

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