Exploring Options after Engineering from Manipal Institute of Technology, Karnataka

what am i going to do after btechOne of the first self-financed college of India, Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) is the constituent of Manipal University that was established in 1957 and awards undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees. The institute offers a pleasing college life and opens many doors towards a brighter future. Let us understand what can be life after passing from Manipal Institute of Technology.

A brand name in the field of higher education, MIT Manipal is ranked among the top 5 private engineering colleges in India. MIT has always been known for its quality education and the over-all extra-curricular events that enhance the personality of the student. Getting into MIT to pursue engineering is a dream of many students and the students that are a part of this esteemed college look forward for a brighter future. The opportunities for an engineering student studying in MIT are endless with greater chances of finding a job from the campus to obtaining masters; the college prepares every student to move towards a right career path. There are many options that a MIT student can look forward to.

Campus Placements

MIT Manipal Placements
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Getting selected to a company from the campus can be a worthy decision to make. With more than 60 companies visiting the campus every year, campus placements in MIT are most sought after. Many alumni of the college have found their dream company within the campus that has given them opportunities to grow and gain a position in life. The placement process is taken care by a well-organized team of professionals that includes faculty and students. The college constantly works on providing excellent job opportunities that can add a new perspective to the life. The job opportunities at the entry level gives you a huge exposure and experience and gives you time to think whether to remain in the technical field or sway away and explore new options to give your career a new direction.

Get Enrolled for Masters in Technology

For students who are passionate about engineering, getting enrolled in a course that offers masters in technology can be a good option.  Manipal institute of technology offers a masters course with specializations in various fields. To get into a masters course many entrance exams take place that gives eligibility for getting admitted in one of the courses. The main entrance exams for M.Tech degree include:

  • GATE: Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering

  • MU-OET: Manipal University Online Entrance Test

  • BITSAT Entrance Exam

  • CET for GGSIPU

  • TANCET: Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Exam

Go for MBA

If you are one of those, who are fascinated by corporates, business suits and want to see yourself at a managerial position, then opting for an MBA degree can be a right option for you after completing your engineering from MIT.  Having a post graduate degree in management after engineering exposes you to two worlds which maximize your future prospective of finding the right job.  Also it imparts in you entrepreneur skills that makes you ready to start your own business.

You may pursue an MBA course in India or outside. In India there are various entrance examinations that are required in order to get into a good college. The most common entrance exams in India are CAT, MAT, XAT, NMAT, SNAP etc. that serve as a gateway for many reputed MBA colleges in India.

Be the Entrepreneur

Another option that you can pick once done with your engineering is start your own venture. Start-ups especially in the field of e-commerce are trending in today’s scenario. Starting your own venture is sure to make you your own boss, but includes a high risk factor and awaits more and more challenges that can come your way.

Innovate for the Mass

It is always good to help those in need. Work towards changing the lives of masses. Join an NGO or start one of your own and involve in giving a better life to the less privileged.  Your engineering skills can develop innovations for the mass or you can teach your skills to those who do not have an access to education.

AkanshaAuthor Bio: Akansha Arora is a professional writer and blogger. She is happy to pen down her views for various domains like career advice, real estate, matrimony and more that interest her. Follow her at akansha.arora2112@gmail.com

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