Government jobs after B.Tech in Aerospace Engineering


Aerospace Engineering is one of the important streams in engineering which study about the construction of these flying machines. Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Aerospace Engineering is the best option available for the aspirants who look for undergraduate course in Aerospace Engineering. Those who have completed this four year engineering course can become a part of government organizations which manufacture spacecrafts and aircrafts.

Central Government Jobs after B.Tech in Aerospace Engineering

Those who are looking for government job after completing B.Tech degree in Aerospace Engineering can find exciting opportunities in Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC). There are many aerospace labs under central government like National Aerospace laboratories and Defense Research and Development laboratories. B.Tech graduates in Aerospace Engineering can work as scientists or research associates in these laboratories. Indian Air Force offer many career opportunities for these graduates in the technical branch as they possess the required technical education. Other government organizations which offer job opportunities for the B.Tech graduates in Aerospace Engineering are given below.

  • National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)
  • Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)
  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)

These graduates who have experience can write the exam conducted by Union Pubic Service Commission (UPSC) for the recruitment of candidates to the Assistant Director position in Ministry of Civil Aviation. They can also write various governmental exams conducted to recruit eligible candidates to IAS, IFS or IPS.

How to prepare for all these exams?

Those who want government jobs should qualify the exam conducted by the concerned authority. Most of the central government organizations conduct interview for the candidates who have qualified the written test. Aspirants should prepare well for these exams as most of them are All India Level examinations. First of all they should obtain the syllabus specified for a particular examination. It will be published along with the notification of the exam. Aspirants can know which all subjects are important for the exam from that syllabus. Then they can collect all the study materials required to study those subjects. They should make a specific plan to cover all these subjects before the exam. While making the plan, they should give weightage to difficult portions rather than easy portions. Candidates should be thorough with the basics of each subject as most of questions asked on the interview will be from that area. They should find their own ways to improve the time management abilities. It is good to seek help from the coaching centers if the candidates feel the need for the same.



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One Response to “Government jobs after B.Tech in Aerospace Engineering”

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    mayank kothari:

    from doing the in aerospace engineering can i get a job in airforce