What should I do after BTech?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Elsie Brown



What should I do after BTech?

I will assume that from now on, after completing your B.Tech, you have no idea what to do.

In the last decade, B.Tech has become what BSc was in the 80s or 90s. I am not saying that the quality has deteriorated, but it has become the gateway to the undergraduate degree for everyone.

The beauty is that right now you can do just about anything you want. Most of us joined B.Tech as we didn't know what we wanted, but we were pretty good with Math and Science, now, you are a college student, you have a pretty good idea of ​​what you would like to do with your life What is the only thing that can motivate you?

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I will assume that from now on, after completing your B.Tech, you have no idea what to do.

In the last decade, B.Tech has become what BSc was in the 80s or 90s. I am not saying that the quality has deteriorated, but it has become the gateway to the undergraduate degree for everyone.

The beauty is that right now you can do just about anything you want. Most of us joined B.Tech as we didn't know what we wanted, but we were pretty good with Math and Science, now, you are a college student, you have a pretty good idea of ​​what you would like to do with your life , which is the only thing that can motivate you. Even if you don't know, that's fine as you can also take some time off and then come back to do whatever it is you want to do.

Engineers are everywhere nowadays, I know of a blog writing company made up mostly of engineers.

They trained me to be a mechanical engineer and right now I am working in marketing and brand management.

A friend of mine became an entrepreneur and started his own business.

A guy I know, after completing his engineering went to Singapore and is now a full-time chef in a 5-star hotel.

I even have a friend who happened to be a stockbroker after engineering.

I read about an engineer, on Quora, who became a lawyer after engineering.

These are just a few real life examples that I know personally.

You can do whatever you want, maybe except become a Doctor, which I'm sure you don't want to be, but if you still like to be called a Doctor, go ahead and complete your masters and then your doctorate.


Find something you really want to do, it doesn't matter if you're good at it or not, time will make you better and do it.

Well this question someone should ask themselves before joining B.Tech LOL.

Being a Southeast Asian or more precisely an Indian majority of us come together for a B.Tech or an MBBS to fulfill the wish of their parents. As someone who wanted to be an engineer, I joined my favorite stream of engineering: information technology (all in my own interest. My parents weren't very aware of B.Tech and IT at the time). I have seen many of my peers and now colleagues hate their jobs because they studied engineering, not because they liked it, but because their parents wanted them to do that.

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Well this question someone should ask themselves before joining B.Tech LOL.

Being a Southeast Asian or more precisely an Indian majority of us come together for a B.Tech or an MBBS to fulfill the wish of their parents. As someone who wanted to be an engineer, I joined my favorite stream of engineering: information technology (all in my own interest. My parents weren't very aware of B.Tech and IT at the time). I have seen many of my peers and now colleagues hate their jobs because they studied engineering, not because they liked it, but because their parents wanted them to do that.

I have colleagues who did their engineering in electrical and biomedical currents and now they do the coding work! Someone even told me that B.Tech holders are still in good demand in the marriage market!

Going back to your question, what can you do after B.Tech. You can choose any of the following.

1. Start working: If you are interested in working, start attending job interviews. Do not waste your time. Depending on your B.Tech stream and interest, you can attend interviews on campus and get an offer letter.

2. Start something: If you are interested in building something of your own, try connecting with the entrepreneurship cell at the university or join the startup communities in your city / town, where you will get guidance on how to start your own.

3. Improve your creativity: if you think you are creative, take a course in your talent and start doing jobs that will help you develop your talent and earn little money. This can be done in conjunction with a full-time job until you have a break.

4. Go to higher education: Having the feeling that you need to study more before starting work, going to an MBA or MS depends on your father's package LOL. If you are a managerial type of person, plan for an MBA and try to prepare for CAT / GMAT or MTech / MS.

5. Enjoy life: If you think you are still too young to do anything, take some solo trips! Yes, I meant it. These trips will change your life. This may be the right time to see the world with an open mind, which will also give you a better perspective and ideas on how to lead the rest of your life.

At the end of the day, the important thing is to be yourself and do what your mind says (not what your parents or society say!)

All the best!

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