6+ Amazing Tricks for You to Choose the Right B Tech Courses in 2021.

B Tech courses are one of the most sought after courses after completing 10+2. Over the years, the demand for engineering courses after the 12th has been on rising. Now, B Tech courses are job oriented but come at a cost. In the USA may cost as high as US$ 90,000 per annum; while in India, it may cost around Rs. 1.5 Lakhs, PA.

So, students must not get confused and fail to choose the right B.Tech specializations. In this article, I will share information to help you choose the right specializations. According to the latest trends, few B Tech courses have witnessed a good number of applications.

B. Tech Computer Science Engineering is one of India’s most popular courses attracting a massive number of applicants every year. It has a similar demand abroad too. Other courses like – Mining Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering, Metallurgy, Textile Engineering, Cyber security and many others received a lesser number of applications.

Many B Tech courses offer equal scope like that of Computer Science Engineering but overlooked due to lack of guidance. So, my idea is to share certain tips to make the right choice that help you earn lucrative salaries in the future. Scroll down to know more on the topic at hand here.

What is BTech?

To start with the main topic, let’s start with “What is BTech?”. The B.Tech full form is Bachelor of Technology. It is a 4-year undergraduate engineering course after 12th.

Tips to Choose the Perfect Stream from B Tech Courses after 12th

b tech courses in india

Students have plenty of streams to choose from the various B Tech courses available now. But choosing the right course can be a challenging task. Before I share with you the ways, check the streams in Engineering below after 12th that can offer Career opportunities after B.Tech for every engineering graduate in 2021.

Computer Science Mechanical Engineering
Aeronautical EngineeringAerospace Engineering
Electrical EngineeringElectronics and Communications
Civil EngineeringMarine Engineering
Mining Metallurgical Engineering
Chemical EngineeringCeramic
BiotechnologyBiomedical Engineering
Textile EngineeringIndustrial Engineering
Environmental EngineeringPetroleum Engineering
Robotics EngineeringStructural Engineering
Instrumentation EngineeringProduction Engineering
Information TechnologyFood Technology

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You can also check here – What to do after 12th?

I hope that the suggestions mentioned below will help you make the right decision to choose the right specializations mentioned above and earn yourself lucrative B.Tech Jobs and Placement.

1) Career Objective & Goal

This is the primary factor one must consider before zeroing on a particular B Tech course. Your decision must be based on what you want to achieve in your career going forward.

Accordingly, B.Tech streams can be chosen by students to study. It is always to set your objective and goal early before the entrance exams. Some of you may start setting targets from the 10th others may start even earlier.

The instances will help you to set a career goal to choose among the various B Tech courses.

Instance 1: You have passed 12th by scoring 80% marks overall, and your score in Maths and Physics is good. But the score in Chemistry is low or average. B Tech courses in Computer Science, Electrical, and Electronics can be a good option in such a scenario.

Such B.Tech specializations will contain topics predominantly on Maths & Physics. Thus, it will be easier for a student to study them who is good in these subjects. In the end, students can land up with decent B.Tech jobs and placement.

Instance 2: For tech-savvy students, B.Tech IT can be a good option. Specialization in Information Technology will be better than Computer Science stream. A B Tech course in IT will offer lucrative jobs and a bright future.

Instance 3: Suppose, many students have a passion for or have an interest in knowing about various car models, a model of bikes, and automobiles in general. They also may know about the different automobile designs.

In such cases, I will suggest choosing B Tech courses in Automobile Engineering or related courses. The reason is simple – You are passionate about cars, bikes, and automobile models and design! This stream of B.Tech will suit your career.

So, it all depends on your academic expertise and also partly on your choice.

2) Know your interest and passion 

Whenever you are looking to choose a particular stream, it is always important to follow your passion. But, it is important to spot and identify your skill and interest to choose the right specialization among the B Tech courses.

Everyone has some positive elements and skills inside them. It’s important to realize your own ability. Always follow what your heart and mind accept. This will help you to be successful.

3) Always Research on Scope and Job Prospects

Students must always do a detailed analysis of job prospects before choosing the B Tech courses. This will definitely help make the right choice. Each Engineering course will have its own set of prospects.

Students must analyze and understand them before choosing B. Tech courses. I will also suggest discussing your study interests with your parents or peers or teachers. Through, discussions, new avenues may open up for you based on which you can decide on your B Tech course suitable for you.

You can click on the names of courses mentioned on the table above to know about career prospects.

4) Select the top Engineering Colleges based on the choice of B Tech courses

After you are done identifying your interests and shortlisted your B Tech stream, start identifying from the top Engineering colleges in India and abroad. Some B.Tech colleges are good in Computer Science. Some may be good in other B Tech courses like Automobile Engineering, Food Technology or Mechanical Engineering.

Therefore, you must identify the right college suited best for your branch of study. This will help students to have a great career ahead.

5) Check College Placements of B Tech Courses

B.Tech Jobs and Placements are all students look for post-graduating. Before zeroing on an Engineering course, students must check the past trends in placement for respective courses.

You can research based on information on Google. The data on B Tech courses and jobs is also available on official websites and online websites like Enchantrixto. One can find the information on Career opportunities after B.Tech for every engineering graduate in 2021 below.

B Tech CoursesAverage Annual Salary (India)
Computer Science EngineeringRs. 3.5 Lakhs
Electrical EngineeringRs. 3.3 Lakhs
Electronics and Communication EngineeringRs. 3.90 Lakhs
Information TechnologyRs. 3 Lakhs
Chemical EngineeringRs. 3.50 Lakhs
Civil EngineeringRs. 3.50 Lakhs
Mechanical EngineeringRs. 2.50 Lakhs
Aeronautical EngineeringRs. 4 Lakhs
Mining EngineeringRs. 3.50 Lakhs
Credits – Collegedekho

B.Tech Jobs in the US – Salaries

DesignationAverage Yearly Salary (US$)DesignationAverage Yearly Salary (US$)
Software Programmer90,000Senior Software Engineer 105,000
Project Engineer69,000Web Developer79,000
Civil Engineer67,000Chemical Engineer 75,000
Project Manager,86,000Industrial Engineer67,000
Credits Collegedunia

The average package of the B.Tech jobs mentioned above will help you choose an Engineering course of your choice.

6) What to do after Btech?

What to do after Btech? This is one of the questions that may come in the minds of the students. Suppose students are looking for government jobs after B Tech courses. In that case, the following streams can offer more opportunities – Electronics & Communications, Mining Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, etc.

Incase students are inclined towards coding and programming and want to make a career at top corporates, B Tech courses in Computer Science and Information Technology will be more preferred.

B.Tech Food Technology or Chemical Engineering can also provide opportunities in both government & private sectors. In the end, it also depends on how good you are as a student and your past academics.

7) Select B Tech Courses which may open up study opportunities of tremendous potential

Apart from jobs, what to do after BTech? Well, there is ample scope for students to study further. Students can pursue M. Tech and PhD in their respective fields. They can also choose courses with other specializations. Hence, choosing the specializations wisely is must.

Students can also plan for Teaching jobs as well as post-qualifying B Tech courses. Often, students start developing management aspirations during their course of study. In that case, they may plan to pursue MBA in the UK, USA, Canada or India after completing B Tech courses.

Career in B.Tech other than Jobs

Few aspire to be self-employed professionals after completing B.Tech as software programmers or engineers in their respective field. I know a few people who have not gone for jobs after completing B. Tech.

Mr Somnath Sahu is among them. He is currently the co-founder of Studeacademy (An Online Learning Platform). After completing studies, he has chosen Self-Employment as his Career in B.Tech

Mr Sahil Chalana, who has completed his M. Tech from BITS (Pilani), has become an established entrepreneur in the EdTech industry. He is the founder of the leading EdTech firm Collegedunia. He is also managing other verticals like Zoutons, JEEMAINS.in and Prepp.in.

This is the flexibility that is offered to B.Tech students. But they must choose the right stream first.

Final Opinion on choosing the right B Tech Courses

Well, it is important to do thorough research before zeroing on B Tech courses. You can connect to social media or blog platforms like Enchantrixto to get your facts checked. B.Tech courses in the USA will cost between US$ 40,000 – 90,000 annually.

While the cost in India can be between Rs. 50,000 to 1,50,000 per annum. And, I am sure everyone will want to maximize from their investment. Hence selecting the right course is important. I am sure the above information will help to make the right decision. Stay tuned to our blogs!

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Frequently Asked Questions –

1) Most of my cousins have completed their B.Tech in CSE. Should I do the same?

Heredity and family legacy may not decide your career goal. It depends on what you want to be. One thing I will agree that if you already have an ecosystem of software developers in your family, then it may help you in preparations and further guidance. But if you do not have the feel for the subject it should not be pursued just to satisfy your parents and relatives. You must choose what suits you and things on which you have expertise.

2) I want to pursue B Tech courses related to IT. But there is no college in my town, What to do?

Well, follow the steps:
Solution 1: If you are ok to stay in a hostel while studying, check for B Tech colleges which offer the same B Tech course close to your town.
Solution 2: In case you are not willing to study outside your town, then opt to study B Tech Computer Science or BCA. These B Tech courses will fulfill your expectations.

3) Is it ok study B Tech course through management quota? Will fee reimbursement or scholarship schemes be available?

Taking admission to B Tech courses through such quotas will not make you eligible for fee reimbursement or scholarship schemes in most of the states.

4) What is the average compensation of B.Tech jobs in India?

The average salary of B.Tech jobs in India is – Rs. 3 to 7 LPA. Rest depends on college, academics, experience, and job role.

5) What is the average compensation of B.Tech jobs in the USA?

The average compensation of B.Tech jobs in the US is – US$ 50,000 to 120,000 PA. Rest varies with college, academics, experience, and job role.

6) What to do after BTech?

If “What to after BTech?” is your question, there are many things to do like – Jobs, Further Study, Teaching, Business & Self-employment.

7) Is counselling possible on the B Tech courses and colleges?

Yes, drop an email on [email protected] for any queries. Else you can comment here below the blog and we will be happy to reply them.

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