The objective of United is to provide technical personnel to meet the growing demands of the country. The demand for B.Tech. runs into several hundred thousands for the forthcoming decade since the number of engineering technologists should be three or four times the engineers working as white-collar professionals.
B.Tech. (Bachelor of Technology), an undergraduate academic degree conferred after completion of four year program is followed by a curriculum which is career oriented, emphasizing practical-based courses leading to occupational placements. There are two options you prefer after the completion of B.Tech. Degree:
For your further studies. United offers M.Tech. Degree in Computer Science, Electronics, CAD & Power Electronics. A specialization will always give a candidate an edge due to his/her sound grip over the subject.
United’s Corporate Relation Centre assists in providing campus placement to it's students.
United offers B.Tech course conferred by Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow in various fields such as Information Technology, Computer Science, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Production Engineering and Civil Engineering:
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You have several avenues open to you after you complete your graduation in Engineering. Do what you love to do by identifying your skills and core-competencies and then amalgamating these with your B.Tech. degree. It is about the way you’re going to spend rest of your life and about your love, your passion, your attitude, your core-competencies, your likes/dislikes, and your strengths/weaknesses, everything that defines you only. It’s your choice now:
A specialization will always earn you more salary as well as priority during interviews and of course sound grip over subject. If you prefer to continue to studies, you can do Post Graduate courses and then obtain a Ph.D.
You can directly go for an MBA program, for which, you’ll need to appear for entrance exams such as GMAT, CAT, SNAP, XAT etc.
If you are not interested in doing MBA and prefer doing P.G in your field of study, you can go for M.S./M.Tech. through GRE/TOEFL/GATE.
You can also explore integrated opportunities of M.S. + Ph.D. abroad. In addition, you could look at the various fellowships/scholarships in research and development category.
B.Tech. and then M.Tech. open up your path to research and you can be one of the best quality researchers to serve in some of the most prestigious research organizations such as DRDO, BARC, ISRO etc.
You have the option of getting into a company during and after your graduation through various in-campus and off-campus placement drives.
A good preparation of your B.Tech. Subjects might earn a job of an IPS or an IAS officer (through UPPSC examinations), in which you would be virtually responsible to run the Nation.
After your B.Tech., you can opt for short term courses and diploma courses such as a certificate course in Embedded Technology, VLSI, Robotics, Ethical hacking, Protocol Testing, Machine Designing etc. or a diploma course in any specific domain.
You can join the Army/Navy/Air Force or any other wing of the defense services which can be exciting and high paying at the same time. You can join as technical staff by applying through the University Entry Scheme (UES), which requires you to apply on their respective websites or appear for the AFCAT (Air Force Common Admission Test). You can also apply for flying positions in Indian Air Force by clearing AFCAT.
If you are financially sound, have dreamt of being a job provider and have passion to do something out of the box, you can start your own venture / company. Be ready for the challenges and immense learning if you are determined to be an entrepreneur. This is the road less traveled.
Based on your B.Tech., various government and private organizations conduct recruitment tests, which you need to know and keep an eye on its recruitment process and schedule etc.
Some of the Central Government sectors where CSE students may get the job prospects are RRB (Railway Recruitment Board), BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited), AAI (Airport Authority of India), SAIL (Steel Authority of India), ECIL (Electronics Cooperation of India Limited), UPSC (Union Public Service Commission), and Private IT sectors such as Infosys, Microsoft, Wipro, IBM India, HCL, Oracle, Dell, Tech Mahindra, Alliant Technologies Private Limited etc.
The job prospects for ME Engineering students include Central Government Sectors such as Research Organizations (DRDO, BARC), BEL (Bharat Electronics Ltd.), Hindustan Insecticides Ltd. (HIL), Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd. (NPCIL), Solar Energy Corporation (SEC) and Private sectors jobs include Quality Engineering & Software Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (QuEST), Infosys, SIEMENS, GETCO INDIA CORPORATION NOIDA, Bajaj Industries, Steel Authority of India Limited, Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL), Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited(BPCL).
The students of CE have a lot of scope in Government Organizations/sectors such as NHAI (National Highways Authority of India), BEL (Bharat Electronics Ltd.), NMDC Ltd., Power Grid Corporation of India, HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited), Food Cooperation of India (FCI), SEC (Solar Energy Corporation), Solar Energy Corporation (SEC), Research Organizations such as BARC and Private sectors such as IVRCL Infra, Jaypee Group, Larsen & Toubro Limited, Punj Lloyd etc.