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    What are the options available for a NIT's B.Tech graduate in Mechanical Engineering, after quitting his/her present MNC's job? Can one find a PSU job after working in Auto Sector? Whether a PSU job is satisfactory enough or not? Is MBA a good choice

    hello there..
    i am 23 years old mechanical engineer from one of the NITs. i am working in a well renowned MNC and getting around 30 k per month. This is my first company after engineering college. Things should be all right it seems? but they are not.
    I hate my job. I don't feel like getting up and going to work, and doing the same thing again and again. It's been 1.5 years in this job now, and even though the future aspects are okay in this job, i hate the work culture and the ass licking environment here. Working hours are up to 10-12 and if you don't follow then you get screwed.
    Being an MNC, the pressure and work load comes from top management and it's hard to deny work even if you are tired or have other things to do.
    I feel like quitting this job right away.
    Can someone suggest what options do i have? is it okay to find a PSU job at this stage after almost 2 years of work ex in auto sector? i have heard that most PSU job are not satisfactory as well.
    MBA is another option. I can study hard. But most importantly i want is a job with some peace of mind and reasonable enough salary. pls suggest.

    Also, is a gap after job is okay to prepare for MBA? I want to get rid of this job anyhow fast.

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    maddusajj maddusajj is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What are the options available for a NIT's B.Tech graduate in Mechanical Engineering, after quitting his/her present MNC's job? Can one find a PSU job after working in Auto Sector? Whether a PSU job is satisfactory enough or not? Is MBA a good ch

    hi..its an very good idea to go for an public sector job because there is an great opportunities and also pay in the public sector companies specially after the recent revision in pay also you will be having lots of power ,some of the benefits of going to an public sector company be highlighted as follows :
    • JOB SECURITY:In these days of recession having an job security is very important and that's not there in an private sector job even in an multinational companies because it was seen in 2008 during the recession that many of the private multinational companies fired there employees but that's not the case with the public sector companies because they are having government share in them and hence they can run even at an loss for many number of years without any firing and doing the cost cuttings through some other means
    • GOOD SALARY :The public sector companies are offering very good salaries these days because you cans see that even the fresher graduate engineering trainees are getting more than 8 lakhs in many of the public sector companies which is much more than what many of the multinational companies are offering to the freshers
    • GOOD FACILITIES :The public sector companies are having there own infrastructure and colonies where they provide everything possible to keep an employee happy,things like free education for children and also providing amusement facilities and parks withing the colonies ,hospitals etc.these things can not be found in an private sector jobs
    • LESS PRESSURE :The pressure to perform for growth is less in the public sector companies and you have limited hours of working time and that too is fixed that's not the case in the private sector

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    Re: What are the options available for a NIT's B.Tech graduate in Mechanical Engineering, after quitting his/her present MNC's job? Can one find a PSU job after working in Auto Sector? Whether a PSU job is satisfactory enough or not? Is MBA a good ch

    Dear friend,

    If you want to work in PSU,S then you have to qualify in Gate exams. If you are doing MBA then it will take 2 years to finish your course. After completion of your MBA you have to do same work daily. So same situation again getting up early and doing the same work. I would like to suggest you that prepare yourself for I.A.S, I.E.S, I.P.S e.t.c for removing your problem and shaping your career.

    All the Best
    (Junaid Akhtar)

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    Re: What are the options available for a NIT\'s B.Tech graduate in Mechanical Engineering, after quitting his/her present MNC\'s job? Can one find a PSU job after working in Auto Sector? Whether a PSU job is satisfactory enough or not? Is MBA a good

    is mechanical engineering from nit good to earn more than Rs80,000 monthly?

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    Re: What are the options available for a NIT\'s B.Tech graduate in Mechanical Engineering, after quitting his/her present MNC\'s job? Can one find a PSU job after working in Auto Sector? Whether a PSU job is satisfactory enough or not? Is MBA a good

    I shall complete btech in mechanical engineering from nit Jalandhar this year. what is the minimum salary offered to me

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