I am providing you some links below,you have to visit those links n post your resume on it
Thank You.

1.Avinash Bhosale group

www.megapolis.co.in

2.SAI softek services

www.saisysytems.com

3.Persistent

www.persistentsys.com

4.Kumar Builders

www.kumarbuilders.com

5.VASCON

corporate@vascon.com

6.quick Heal

www.quickheal.com

7.Fujitsu

www.fujitsu.com/in/services/consulting

8.Technigraphics

www.tgstech.com

9.fastfact Solutions

www.fastfacts.co.in

10.Agogue technologies

www.agoguetechnologies.com

11.Balasai

www.balasai.com

12.Prosys Infotech

www.prosysinfotech.com

13.Fidel Softech

www.fideltech.com

14.Modular Infotech

www.modular-infotech.com

15.Parametrik CADsoft solutions

www.parametrikcadcam.com

16.Shree IT systems

www.shreeinfotech.com

After BE What, M.Tech or MBA?

M.tech v/s MBA

First, understand that there is no point comparing M.Tech and MBA. Both are specialised degrees and have value in their respective fields. Both M.Tech and MBA provide excellent career options and have gained importance in last few years. M.Tech or MBA is always an additional advantage to an engineer whether it is in terms of knowledge, experience or seniority.

Choice is entirely up to you
Ideally, you should make the choice on the basis of your capabilities, career goals and interests. If you want to continue your career in technical field, M.Tech is the right choice for you. You can even switch to teaching or research. But if you want to work in the industry, MBA is the way to go. MBA is a management course that will enhance your managerial, communication and presentation skills.

After MBA, you get the entry to the field of business and administration where you can go in for options like marketing, sales, human resources and operation management.

Specifically, M.Tech is suitable for a product-based industry where technical skills are required. MBA is more suitable for a service- and customer-oriented industry. Engineering graduates having a management degree are perfect for front-end sales, field applications and customer facing jobs. However, if an organisation is innovation hungry, pure engineering with master’s specialisation is a lethal combination!

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