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After passing the 10th and 12th, students become confused because after the 12th a lot of options are present. Some people are willing to make a career in the technical field, then polytechnic is a right option for them. That is why they take admission in polytechnic college. But after passing out from college, they get confused what to do after the polytechnic? Or what are the career options after polytechnic? Or how to choose a better course for higher studies after polytechnic?
Overview at Polytechnic Diploma
Polytechnic is a word formed by combining two words. “Poly + Technic” is a combination of these two words. Polytechnic and polytechnic means – an institution of many arts or, in simple language, an institution where different arts are studied. Polytechnic is an institution where a student comes to become an engineer and we can also say that the first step to become an engineer is a polytechnic. Where the student is made to study about the basic things of engineering.
How to do a polytechnic?
Let’s have a look about the basic of polytechnic, after passing tenth and twelfth, students mostly have the same question that how to do polytechnic? You can do polytechnics from both government or private colleges as both types of institutes are better for polytechnics. But if you do it from government college then this may be a better selection for you. Government college charges much less than private college and studies are also better.
Before taking admission in polytechnic, it is mandatory for you to pass the 10th class and so on. If you want to get admission in private colleges, then you can directly enroll in any private institutions. To do this three-year diploma, you have to give the Entrance Exam (Entrance Exam) which we have to pass the CET i.e. Common Entrance Test, if you want to do diploma from Government College, then you will get a good rank in this exam. Have to bring, then only you will get a good Government Polytechnic College.
There are many streams inside this course which are given below. You can select any stream as per your interest.
- Mechanical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Automobile Engineering
- Packaging Technology
- Electrical and Electronics Engineering
- Electronics and Communication Engineering
- Applied Electronics and Instrumentation
- Computer Engineering
- Information Technology
- Mining Engineering
- Metallurgical Engineering
- Textile Technology
- Chemical Engineering
- In- plastic and polymers
- Petrochemicals Engineering
- Letter technology
- Printing Technology
- Footwear Technology
- Architecture Courses
- Aircraft in Engineering
- Mass Communication
- Interior designing,
- Hotel management,
- Commercial and Fine Art,
- Office Management and Computer Applications and Computer Science etc.
Career options after polytechnic
The completion of the Diploma Polytechnic course offers very good career options and opportunities. One of the main reasons for choosing polytechnic diploma courses is to provide excellent career opportunities with less money and less time. After the polytechnic, you can continue your studies or you can get jobs in government or private institutions.
Study after polytechnic diploma
A polytechnic is a technical diploma, it will make it very easy for you to get a good job. But the possibility of job in various types of jobs and to prove your qualifications for higher level jobs is necessary to study even after doing diploma. During the polytechnic diploma, emphasis is placed on the practical aspects and basic facts of the respective domains but they are not sufficient for the higher level job.
With a polytechnic diploma, a junior level job can be easily found at the initial level, but if you want to get a higher level job then you have to continue further studies. For this you can consider the following courses: –
B.Tech Lateral Entry Scheme
The most popular and suitable option for polytechnic diploma holders, especially from the engineering domain, is to pursue a B.Tech or B.E. For this course, candidates will have to appear in the engineering entrance examination related to the college and the course. Many engineering colleges also provide lateral entry admission to engineering diploma holders. Lateral entry means that you can join the engineering program directly in the second year or in the third semester of B.Tech./BE. There are also some colleges in which separate entrance examination is conducted for the admission of diploma holders through the Lateral Entry Scheme.
These are the following top engineering colleges which provide admission to Polytechnic diploma holders through the Lateral Entry Scheme: –
- Delhi Technological University, Delhi
- Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala
- Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology, Delhi
- KIITS University, Odisha
- Guru Gobind Singh IP University, Delhi
- Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar
- Punjab University Chandigarh
- Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana
- DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology, Jalandhar
- College of Engineering, Pune
- Guru Tegbahadur Institute of Technology, Delhi
- Amity School of Engineering and Technology, Noida
- Punjabi University Patiala
- Harcourt Butler Technological Institute, Kanpur
- Chitrakara University, Chandigarh
- Santlangong Institute of Engineering and Technology, Sangrur
- SBS College of Engineering and Technology, Firozpur
Graduation in Study Domain
If you want, you can also join a three-year regular graduation course in your respective domain after a polytechnic diploma. This option is particularly practical for diploma holders rather than non-engineering programs, three-year regular graduation programs such as BSc, BA, BCA and BCom. But for this, a candidate must have 12th result and diploma certificate only then they can get admission in it.
AIM certification course is a good option for engineering diploma holders. The AMII (Associate Member of Institutes of Engineers) certification is a professional certification degree equivalent to BE. Students completing the AIM certification course are awarded AIM certificate by the Institute of Engineering, India. The AIM exam consists of two sections and takes approximately 4 years to complete this course. But, polytechnic diploma holders do not need to be involved in Stream A, ie Project Work. Therefore, they can do AIM certification course in 3 years only.
If you want more information about this option, you can get more information by visiting www.ieindia.org.
After passing 10th, it offers exciting and exciting career options for students struggling with financial problems. The polytechnic diploma provides students with excellent fields and various career opportunities, hence the polytechnic diploma is considered by many students to be the best option for careers. In such a situation, diploma holders can choose to join PSU jobs, join government services sector, take jobs with private companies or even start their own business and become self-employed.
Public Sector / PSUs
Polytechnic diploma holders are provided with many excellent job opportunities in government and their allied public sector. Such companies provide jobs with good salary to diploma holders for junior level positions (for both engineering and non-engineering candidates) and technician level jobs.
Government Departments Recruiting Polytechnic Diploma Graduates
- Indian Army
- GAIL – Gas Authority of India Limited
- ONGC – Oil and Natural Gas Corporation
- DRDO – Defense Research and Development Organization
- BHEL – Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited
- NTPC – National Thermal Power Corporation
- Public works department
- BSNL – Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
- Irrigation Department
- Infrastructure development agencies
- NSSO – National Sample Survey Organization
- IPCL – Indian Petrochemicals Limited
Like the public sector, private sector companies also hire polytechnic diploma holders to work exclusively in manufacturing, construction and electronics and technician level. But keep in mind that these jobs are of junior level and there are very few chances of promotion in this.
Top private sector companies hiring polytechnic diploma holders: –
- Computer engineering firms – TCS, HCL, Wipro, Polaris etc.
- Automobiles – Maruti Suzuki, Toyota, Tata Motors, Mahindra, Bajaj Auto etc.
- Electrical / Pawar firms – Tata Power, BSES, Siemens, L&T, etc.
- Mechanical Engineering Firm – Hindustan Unilever, ACC Limited, Voltas etc.
- Airlines – IndiGo, SpiceJet, Jet Airways etc.
- Construction firms – Unitech, DLF, JP Associated, GMR Infra, Mits etc.
- Communications firms – Bharti Airtel, Reliance Communications, Idea Cellular etc.
An excellent and excellent career option for polytechnic diploma holders is self-employment. This area is also popular because the students here are very likely to grow in their careers, which cannot be found by doing jobs anywhere. At the time of teaching in polytechnic institutes, all diploma courses basically train students on practical or application related aspects of the subject concerned. It specifically prepares students to learn the basics and enables them to start their own business / business.