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What is best for my career BSc or B.Tech?

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    It depends on your interest but B.Tech is better than BSC. It will give you better career opportunities.

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    Hi Prity, I think the time has surpassed when doing B.Sc was more then enough for job... today every company/organisation looks for professional skills .. So, I would advise you to go for Btech programs but here also, I would advise you to go for more professional ones like Automotive Design engineering, Petroleum engineering, civil engineering in specialization with infrastructure etc. Having said that, I give you the reason for emphasizing on these programs.. which is because 1st these programs are new and have huge demand in the market and 2nd they hold huge opportunities in future ..

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    B.tech is better than B.sc because it give you technichal knowledge that helpful for your future. B.tech has more job opportunity.

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    Both BSC and Bachelor of technology is good. But i suggest personally B.tech is good for you. after b tech you can get high packages from multinational companies.

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    Doesn't matter what you do.. You have to be EXCEL in what you have chosen. I have done B.E (Electrical), joined an IT-Job, I could use very little from my engineering background. I have got more interest in programming and developed skill to make programs in any language (Java, PHP, Python, Android etc.), which is helping me to earn decent salary.

    So, just be perfect at what you are..!

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    Of Course B. Tech.
    A wise man will be choose only that.
    Because there are many career option after B. Tech.
    Also while searching job You can get easily.

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    off course it's a matter of your choice what you want to do Btech or Bsc.

    Btech comes with more job security but I have seen people doing really doing good with BSc IT.

    But again those are rare.

    Your call..best of luck

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    You can go for bsc or btech it is depends on you, it is interest with you if you have interest in math or physics then go for bsc if you have interest in technology means biology then go for btech. there are many ways after 12th.

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    It is depends on your interest in which field that you have interest then you can go for that but the B.Tech have more value as compare to BSC because the B.Tech is related to IT domain or vasr career opportunity in the B.Tech so i prefere you that you can go for B.Tech.

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