Technical Course

Courses Eligibility & Detailed Fees

CourseEligibilityDetailed Fee Structure
B.TECH75000 (per year)
10+2 (PCM)60000 (per year)
Diploma60000 (per year)
DIPLOMA10th.37500 (per year)
D.CIVIL10th.37500 (per year)
BCA10+236000 (per year)

What to do after Engineering?

How many of you wonder what are the best career options after Engineering?

Engineering (B.E. or B.Tech.) Is one of the most popular graduation courses that students take after completing their school. Choosing the right career can be confusing for many students. The world is full of opportunities. And you may not be aware of most of them. One has to know the list of all career options after engineering to select the right one.

Best Career Options After Engineering

Higher Studies

One of the most popular career options after engineering is to study further. If you are a B.Tech student, then you can prepare for the GATE exam.
GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) is a test that assesses the comprehensive understanding of undergraduate engineering subjects. With an excellent GATE score, you can enter prestigious engineering universities (IIT and NIT) for M.Tech. M.Tech is one of the preferred courses after engineering.
You could expand your knowledge and become a more qualified engineer. If you are not interested in the GATE exam, you can also prepare for JAM. You can enter academics and research in your engineering field. It is one of the best career options after engineering.

Public Service Undertakings

When we have already mentioned the GATE exam, it would be a mistake to ignore the PSUs. After engineering, you can also choose to enter government-run PSUs and get a well-paying job.
The level of competition for these jobs is quite high. But in the end it is worth it. PSUs verify their GATE score for recruitment. There are several power supply units, each of which announces the GATE score required for the application each year.
They only consider the GATE score for that specific year. If you work hard, you can even get a job at a Maharatna power source (BHEL, SAIL, IOCL and others). These jobs offer excellent pay, security, and give you a respectable position in society.


There was a time when engineers moved away from the venture. But the successes of many entrepreneurial engineers in recent years have inspired young people. You can choose to start your entrepreneurial journey after graduating.

To get started on this path, you must first identify a frequent problem and find a solution for it. The problem can be in any sector. For example, Flipkart eliminated the hassle of offline shopping and PayTM solved the problem of cash shortages.

Find a problem and solve it.

For budding entrepreneurs, there are many resources. You can join a startup incubator and get a head start on your business. There are many startup incubators in India, including AngelPrime and CIIE IIMA.

What to do after Engineering?