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Government Jobs after B.Tech , B tech Jobs in 2014
BTech in India is a thriving field as this country holds a strong reputation in producing world-best scientists, engineers and doctors. In fact, India proudly holds third positioning the world, in terms of producing esteemed professionals to other countries. However, it is a matter of great pride to serve one’s own country, especially when there are great prospects of Indian government jobs for BTech students.
When it comes to engineering jobs, there are several types of fields, like, electrical engineering, computer engineering, civil engineering, mechanical engineering and so on and so forth. Evidently, it would depend largely on a student’s field of specialization to decide the kinds of government jobs he can apply for.
There are different job openings in different sectors of Indian government. All such job openings are filled up with qualified BTech candidates who successfully pass the recruitment process. Generally, Indian government holds competitive exams to select qualified candidates. This article will now discuss some of the important job posts for BTech candidates that are available in the Indian government sector.
In general, every company or organisation holds a written test followed by interview as the selection procedure.
Union public Service Commission (UPSC) – UPSC holds authority to conduct examinations for recruiting candidates for civil services of India. It holds Indian Engineering Services (IES) Examination every year. Civil, electrical and mechanical engineers can apply for this exam. The pay scales for UPSC jobs depend on the type of post. However, on a general note, a BTech graduate can earn within a range of Rs. 15,600- Rs. 39,100 (with Rs. 5400 as a grade pay).
There are many reputed government companies that recruit BTech candidates through examination and related procedures. A candidate must hold good knowledge regarding the fundamental basics of his field of work. More information is available on related websites for different companies.