We are not saying that M.Tech is only the option after B.Tech but it is one of the better option in engineering courses especially for those who are willing to pursue higher studies.

After completing B.Tech, if you are confused to take up a job or go for higher studies to widen your career scope, then this article will surely helps you to take the right decision.

M.Tech deals with the specializations in specific engineering streams. Students can opt any of the specialization related to their Bachelor’s degree.


Well B.Tech is enough to get good job in engineering field but if you’ve M.Tech degree along with B.Tech then, it expands your career prospects. At some point where many technically skilled competitors are available but you will be given preference because of your higher qualification. Candidate possessing a higher degree is considered more capable for the job.

It will not only adds value to your qualification but also expands the career scope and job opportunities for you in future. M.Tech degree will enable you to secure higher position in an organization.Having bachelor’s degree and experience takes many years to secure a higher position in an organization. With master’s degree in engineering, your chances of getting higher position are increased in short time.

With M.Tech degree, you can earn lucrative salary package. Salary depends upon your job profile, experience, skills, knowledge and location.

If you are working for a corporate company, then your salary package will be Rs. 4 to 6 lacs per annum, depending upon the organization for which you are working.

In a teaching profession as an assistant professor, you can earn Rs. 25,000 to 40,000/- as salary. Salary may increase with the years of experience.


Admissions into M.Tech programme is purely done through the national level or state level entrance exam. Desirous candidates have to appear the entrance exam for taking admission. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is the all India level examination which provides admission in IITs. GATE scores are also accepted by many reputed engineering institutions.