Career options after graduation in Engineering Physics

B.Tech Admission 2019: What are the career options after graduation in Engineering Physics?

Engineering Physics is a study of the principles of Science, in designing the equipment that includes electronics, electro-mechanical systems used in the measurements, communications as well as the acquisition of data, optics, nano synthesis, photovoltaics, and nanofabrication. Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Engineering Physics, is a unique specialization of engineering, with a combination of physics, mathematics, electrical engineering, and other advanced technology subjects. There are ample career options, you can choose after Engineering Physics, keeping in mind the skills acquired in the Undergraduate course, your interest area and the future growth aspects.


If you aspire to take up B.Tech in Engineering Physics, then check the details given below that might help you to make the right choice.


Career Options after B.Tech in Engineering Physics:


After B.Tech in Engineering Physics, you can get involved in research and development activities. You can even get hired by different industries like telecom, microelectronics, lasers, and microdevices etc. Besides you can take up jobs, as given below.


Industrial Engineer: As an industrial engineer, your job will be to develop the core of production and manufacturing in the organization you will work in.


Research Scientist: Taking up a job as a research scientist, will involve you to work in an educational institute where experiments will be carried on for further researches, in the field of new technologies.


Physicist: As a physicist, your job will be to analyze the workings of various processes in the organization and present that data in terms which are easily understandable.


Financial Analyst: Since the physics majors are about the statistics and mathematical analysis, as an engineering physics graduate, you can work as a financial analyst.


Some companies that recruit Engineering Physics Graduates are as below:


  • Microsoft
  • Oracle
  • BMG
  • Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)
  • Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC)
  • RBS India Development
  • National Physical Laboratory
  • DRDO
  • Applied Research International


Some Research Areas you can choose after Engineering Physics:


  • Space Physics & Solar Physics
  • Condensed Matter Physics & Materials Physics
  • Photonics and Fiber Optics
  • Materials development
  • Bio/ Medical Physics
  • Remote Sensing
  • Energy Studies
  • Energy (photovoltaic, battery technology, fuel cells, …)
  • Transportation
  • Quantum information science
  • Semiconductors


Government Sector Jobs:


Your career in Engineering physics can also help you land into promising jobs in various government organizations like:


  • Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)
  • Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC)
  • National Physical Laboratory


Courtesy: TOI

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