GATE qualified? Multiple options for you!
Every year, GATE concludes by the first week of February. There are two major options open to a student after he or she appears for GATE. One is to pursue a postgraduation course (M.Tech, ME, MS etc) from an engineering college. The second is to apply for a job in various Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) that recruit through GATE. These include ONGC, NTPC, Indian Oil Corporation, HPCL, BPCL, Power Grid, and many more (view details in the table given below on this page).
Pursuing Post Graduation: Some factors that play a major role in this are as follows-
Choosing an institute
There are diffrent programmes that can be pursued from IISc, IITs, NITs etc. A majority of these programmes award an ME/M.Tech degree, which lead to a job in the technology domain. The choice of institutes would depend on an aspirant’s GATE score, his discipline and study interests.
Traditionally, departments of Computer Science, Electronics, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering have been the most sought-after. Within these departments, some disciplines have more traction or slightly better opportunities.
The nature of such jobs is innovation in technology/processes along with technology and management. Some programmes award an MS (Masters in Science) degree, and are more research-oriented in nature.
Choose a Job
These are high paying jobs and the training and learning opportunities in some of these organisations is fantastic. The pay packages range from 6 lakhs to 11 lakhs per annum and is comparable to similar private sector jobs. The perquisites and the level of job security is unmatched in these positions. So, if you have a good GATE score, then considering the PSU as an option is probably a wise decision to make.
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