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Okkosari career break theesukuni..edhaina mtech program chesthe ela untundhi ane thoughts vasthunnayi..konchem refreshing gaa untundhemo kadha anipisthundhi. Mee opinions cheppandi asalu. Waste idea andhuraa? Asalu evaraina join chesukuntaada first of all.
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Career break tarvaata MBA best option if you can convince the interview panel 

Or else vere creative courses emainaa 

M.Tech is not advisable, IMO 
peddha faraq undadu career progression lo
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Mba try cheyadam better manchi university lo, lekapothe lite anukuntuna
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Career break tarvaata MBA best option if you can convince the interview panel 

Or else vere creative courses emainaa 

M.Tech is not advisable, IMO 
peddha faraq undadu career progression lo

Career progression ante..money/salary criteria kadhu. And MBA ki manaki entrepreneur/manager mindset ledhu..so MBA naaku use avvadhu.asalu cheyyagalama ani
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chala institutes unnayi ... Mtech/MS ki ... chala mandhi chesthu untaru
best entante .. to give a super punch to career .. gmat raasi USA lo cheyandi MBA ... if u can afford it
career will leapfrong in to a diff gear


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chala institutes unnayi ... Mtech/MS ki ... chala mandhi chesthu untaru
best entante .. to give a super punch to career .. gmat raasi USA lo cheyandi MBA ... if u can afford it
career will leapfrong in to a diff gear



MBA chesi manager ayye mindset ledhu sir. Entha age vachina pure tech only ikkada
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Career progression ante..money/salary criteria kadhu. And MBA ki manaki entrepreneur/manager mindset ledhu..so MBA naaku use avvadhu.asalu cheyyagalama ani


Money or salary criteria kaakapoinaa 
meeru anukune direction lo vellataaniki meeku ample scope dorakaali kadaa 

adhi B school exposure valla possible 
but doing it in a right B school is important 
One that adds value in terms of not just job prospects but wide range of possibilities that you could explore 

Adhi MBA valle possible ani cheppatledu kaani....one of the million ways anthe 
High risk appetite undaali to become an entrepreneur 

But very few things are under our control...life lo kotthagaa edhi cheyyaali annaa risk ey untundi 
Staying true to our innate desires and instincts is better 

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MBA chesi manager ayye mindset ledhu sir. Entha age vachina pure tech only ikkada


India lo IIIT/IISc or IIT kapotey .. chesudu waste .. asalaki professional undav .. ps add avadhu personal deelopment ki

and i am pure tech through out my 20+ career .. indians are very bad in management, i would say the worst as we go up in the management chain... janalu entha cheppina, ee argument ni gurtu pettukuni keep cross checking as u grow in career ..

so ee worst management valla .. as u try to grow in tech ladder u will face lot of hurdles and loose peace of mind .. if u can be stubborn then only choose tech path
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MBA chesi manager ayye mindset ledhu sir. Entha age vachina pure tech only ikkada


MBA antene manager anatam antha correct kaadu anukuntaa...
because oka IT consultant world ni, people ni explore chesinanthagaa inkevvaru cheyyaleru

You learn a lot !

sometimes it is better to personally visit a B school and check for yourself 
I myself have personally visited MICA, Ahmedabad for CCC interview and loved the MBA life there and learnt a lot talking to the marketing guys while having lunch 

Hearsay meedha vellipokundaa
ask those who're studying in their dream B schools and what all they have sacrificed and how they're feeling right now
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BITS offers work integrated masters programs. Check them out.
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Career continue chestu evaina MS programs chesara? I am interested in data science and ML.. or any equivalent courses?
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Career continue chestu evaina MS programs chesara? I am interested in data science and ML.. or any equivalent courses?


Iisc iiit have wonderful courses in data sciences, artificial intelligence etc for working professionals .. look up their websites and reach over to the contacts mentioned
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cheyochu tappu ledhu. i know one guy job resign chesi higher studies ki velthunnadu. he got some scholarship i think. athani peru medha patents kuda unnayi
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MBA chesi manager ayye mindset ledhu sir. Entha age vachina pure tech only ikkada


my 2 cents.. 

any higher degree, don't choose unless you really want that skill.. identify the skill you need, look for courses which offer that skill.. and only if you badly need it, then go for it.. this is applicable for both M.Tech / M.S. or MBA..

edo cheddam break kosam ani primary reason ayithe (it will also help me a bit technically as a secondary thing), please don't do.. focus on current work and learn skills either through your office resources or external resources..

so.. if you want to learn a specific tech (coding / ML / AI etc.) then see if you can get it with a course or only an M.Tech can solve it (if you have a bit more broader learning need)..

coming to MBA.. it has very less to do with you becoming a manager.. MBA will help you educate dealing with situation, people, project management etc. but thats only a part of it..

you will learn about business (operations, strategy, finance etc.) which will help you gain a better understanding of the work you do from an end-user point of view.. so tech lo you will understand
  1. why are you writing code for this functionality in the first place
  2. is it really what the end-user wants (this can be either the customer using it or your internal team trying to cut costs or increase efficiency or whatever)
  3. you will understand the financial implication of adding this code related functionality.. ex.: if your team of 4 is working on this and the entire development takes 10-15 Cr. but you can't see more users buying / using your product because of what you are doing, then this should not be even taken up.. 
  4. and so on and so forth..

.. which will help you understand why these decisions are being taken by management and will catapult you to aim for higher positions as you can make informed decisions and discussions with your project lead / department head.. (of course not that simple, but ideally that's how this should work)

if this is what you are interested in, go for an MBA..


TLDR: Never do a masters course just for the sake of it.. identify your need, see if it can be only solved through masters or are there any other ways to learn.. then decide..
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waste. start up your own business. or get into real estate. learn about the stock market.

education is a huge scam beyond certain fields like medicine. 
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Thank you python and psychedelic

My idea is to learn a niche technology.
My long term plan, just in case I don’t want to continue in the current line of work, is to consider teaching profession.

Hence, I am thinking MS.
What’re are your views? How would you think?
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Thank you python and psychedelic

My idea is to learn a niche technology.
My long term plan, just in case I don’t want to continue in the current line of work, is to consider teaching profession.

Hence, I am thinking MS.
What’re are your views? How would you think?


For learning a niche technology, masters isn't a good way to go about it andi.. there will be many efficient ways to learn it.. courses will help you learn while you are on the job (so won't loose career years) and also will burn less money, especially for MS.. even for M.Tech money will be a factor as in terms of opportunity cost i.e., even if you get a stipend during MTech, your salary will be higher (minus the course cost)..

but if teaching as a profession is what you expect in your medium-long term plan.. 
  1. Only doing MS won't get you good teaching positions, you need to do a PHD; that's a total of 4-5 years 
  2. also you need to choose the area you are really interested in (as you have to keep teaching it for a long time).. and then figure out how easily you can enroll to MS for that specialization, considering current work is inline with the subject or are there any specific pre-cursors required academically to pursue it etc.
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Thank you python and psychedelic

My idea is to learn a niche technology.
My long term plan, just in case I don’t want to continue in the current line of work, is to consider teaching profession.

Hence, I am thinking MS.
What’re are your views? How would you think?


ok this is good, the clarity the reason why we are planning certain thing .. the first step is good
u dont need PhD to be in teaching .. but while teaching u can pursue phd .. please prepare urself for PhD as well later on if u switch gears

u can do masters in any discipline ... they allow it because after graduation in any engineering u r capable of picking any other discipline .. but tests avi untai .. we can crack them with some prepation

the fresh graduate greenhorns vs experienced lot .. experienced person should crack tests more easily ... one of my team member .. he was below average performer technically, always on the borderlines for a bottom 10 layoff ... he cracked CAT just like that and joined in IIM and came back as product manager in the same company .. 

choose a good institution ... my team members, the young turks that i groomed ... after 2 years stint left for good US universities and did their MS ... they knew that SJ is costly and studying there will have edge... now they are in companies like microsoft, vmware etc., one of them came back and joined our company only in US and still working with me ...

further studies after a few years in job is a proven thing .. check any software guy in USA .. they marry in early 20s .. deliver kids 3/4 ... come back and join college .. and go back to industry with vengeance .. 
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u dont need PhD to be in teaching .. but while teaching u can pursue phd .. please prepare urself for PhD as well later on if u switch gears

u can do masters in any discipline ... they allow it because after graduation in any engineering u r capable of picking any other discipline .. but tests avi untai .. we can crack them with some prepation

 


+1 to the PhD while teaching but look at your financials.. what you are earning what what you will earn while teaching with an MS.. I am not entirely sure what will the pay be as an assistant prof with MS (depends on the college as well as I understand).. but if there is a decent pay in a good college (PhD will be very useful and valuable if done in a good college) then this is definitely an option..

for the masters in any discipline.. I don't think its that straight forward.. Mech chesina athanu EEE ki try cheyyali ante you need to understand / re-learn a lot to crack these exams under heavy competition.. but don't know how easy it is across CSE, ECE and EEE though..
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Thank you again both! 👍🏽
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Thank you python and psychedelic

My idea is to learn a niche technology.
My long term plan, just in case I don’t want to continue in the current line of work, is to consider teaching profession.

Hence, I am thinking MS.
What’re are your views? How would you think?

IIIT or IIT lo telisina professor unte directly u can enroll urself into phd with out mtech.
If you are doing mtech for teaching profession make sure you choose subject related to your btech stream. long back heard JNTU allowing ppl with same background in btech and mtech as lecturers. It's better to check once
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IIIT or IIT lo telisina professor unte directly u can enroll urself into phd with out mtech.
If you are doing mtech for teaching profession make sure you choose subject related to your btech stream. long back heard JNTU allowing ppl with same background in btech and mtech as lecturers. It's better to check once

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