A polytechnic education gives you experience within a dynamic and progressive learning environment. The polytechnic institutes are dedicated to offer a number of professional courses under one roof. The courses at polytechnic help students to start his or her profession, either through a job at a well-reputed company or by starting his own business. Three years of engineering education after three years of study in a polytechnic college. That means you have to spend minimum 6 years in both ways to earn a graduate degree in engineering. But pursuing engineering programmes after polytechnic education carries definite advantage. Firstly, it costs less in pursuing three years polytechnic course than to normal education. Secondly, if the student is unable to continue his education, then he can get into job and then pursue engineering on a part-time basis without causing financial burden on the family.
There are many career opportunities available to you in government sector or private sector after completing polytechnic course. Some companies even prefer to recruit polytechnic students rather than engineering students. Students can also get lateral entry in B.Tech(2nd year) after successfully completing diploma course.
In government sector the opportunities available in Indian railway, BHEL, Airport Authority of India, Power grid, Electricity department. In private sector you can get the job at the companies like Bombay Dyeing, Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors, HCL, Infosys, Siemens etc. related to your field. Polytechnic Engineers work as product developer, service engineer, assistant designer, analysts, junior engineer, executive etc. You can also work as lab assistant at college. There are also excellent career opportunities in the gulf countries for polytechnic engineers.
|1||Diploma||3 years||Diploma in Civil Engineering|
|2||Diploma||3 years||Diploma in Electronics and Communication Engineering|
|3||Diploma||3 years||Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering|