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Well both course are equally good in term of getting a good placement and rest depend on your area of interest .

If you have interest in the management fields then you can apply for the MBA.There are many streams like ::

Entrepreneurship
Finance Specialization
General Business Specialization
Global Management
Hospitality & Tourism

In which you can pursue your management course .

To get admission in good college you can take exams like CAT,MAT.Both these exams are done in the national level.

CAT examination is conducted for admission in IIM's and other good colleges and it is conducted by IIM's.MAT examination is conducted 4 times a year by AIMA .

XAT examination is conducted for admission in XLRI college and other top colleges where as SNAP is conducted by the symbiosis institute

But if you are interested in the technical things then you should go for Mtech because it will give you the details information about the things which you are studying.To get admission in good Mtech college you can take GATE exam.

GATE exam is conducted by the IIT's for admission in the IIT's and NIT's and other good colleges which requires GATE score card .

Eligibility for the GATE is that you must have done your 4 year engineering degree or you must have done MSC in any science subjects.

There is no limit to take the exam.

So choice is your both these courses are very good with respect to future scope .
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It depends on the school you are trying to get in for your MTech program. If its one of the tier1 colleges, then you need not worry about the gap but if its a Tier2 or Tier3, i would suggest to join work and then try to write GATE as the work experience will come in handy as an insurance

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Shivoo...
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Before answering your query i want to know whether you have enrolled for program which give B.TECH and MBA as you had written -am doing btech cse and opted for dual degree mba. Waiting for reply .... ► Read more
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Instrumentation and Control for Safety Course has a very wide scope.You can find jobs in various sectors including R&D units of public and private sector companies, heavy industries such as thermal power stations, steel plants, refineries, cement and fertilizer plants etc.They also find jobs in companies manufacturing specialized instruments as well as in the user industries themselves, both in public as well as private sectors.


All the best..........
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Nope only the institute matters. btech and be are same.... ► Read more
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You can do IBM Certificate in Advanced Certificate in Software Engineering (ACSE). There are courses like C, C++, Java, Dot Net, Visual Basics, Oracle. I will suggest you to contact your nearest reputed computer institute for courses in this field like NIIT, APTECH e.tc. SAP is also good option.... ► Read more
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This option is always open.Are you interested in your field? If not try for CAT, UPSC, GATE exams.... ► Read more
First of all where do you live?
All three colleges are good. Try to stay in your own state for further studies....
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