“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”- Nelson Mandela
Yes, it’s true and in today’s world education has become very much essential to building a good career. If a student is studying in 11th or 12th class, a question definitely comes in his/her mind,” Which course should I choose after 10+2?”
If a student has chosen Non-Medical or PCM after 10th class, There are lots of opportunities for him in the future if he understands himself, knows his interests. Because the right direction is always a key to success and so is the right guidance.
This post explains the different courses which a Non-Medical/PCM student can opt after his 12th to achieve success.
B.Tech/ Engineering Course after 12th PCM
” Do you want to become an Engineer?”
If your answer is Yes then you have chosen the right stream. Engineering is one of the best options you can choose after 12th. You are eligible to do B.Tech if you have done your 12th with Physics, Chemistry, and Maths. Check full eligibility criteria here
Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) is the 4-year full-time undergraduate programme in Engineering. You can opt any of the branches in which you are interested.
- Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
- Mechanical Engineering (ME)
- Civil Engineering (CE)
- Computer Science Engineering (CSE)
- Electrical Engineering (EE) and many more…
Admission Procedure for getting admission in Engineering/B.Tech College in India
Admissions in the Engineering colleges in India are done through entrance examination called Joint Entrance Examination Main (JEE Main). For admission to IITs (Indian Institute of Technology), students have to appear the JEE Advanced. Echelon Institute also takes admission through this examination and through direct admission based on student’s eligibility and seat availability.
Career Options After B.Tech
Engineers are highly demanded in India as well as in Foreign countries. Career opportunities in this field are huge.
After B.Tech, you can go for a job in the private sector as well as the government sector. Our college provides campus placement to our students in various companies. In case If you do not get campus placement, then you can also apply for the companies on our own as you will be eligible then. If you have a dream to run your own company then you can also become an entrepreneur.
In the government sector, Students also can get lots of opportunities like Indian Engineering Services (IES) examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), Railways, Metros and many more.
Students who wish for further study, they can opt for M.Tech in their specialization.