Polytechnic is a good option after 12th. You can get direct admission in 2nd year polytechnic. But I suggest to give preference to polytechnic only after 12th, if you have.
- Any financial problem to go for engineering degree course.
- Not good marks to get admission in good engineering college.
- Fewer marks for choosing your preferred branch of engineering.
If you are thinking of doing diploma then you may have failed in 12th board itself. Diploma would be a wise choice in this case. But if you are thinking of joining diploma after passing your 12th board exam then it will be the worst decision which you can never take because diploma is almost equal to 12th but the only difference is that you have to know about the syllabus. All information will be provided in You will have ventures in engineering. So I suggest you to do B.E. Like do some professional degree instead of opting for diploma. , BCA, BSc etc.
polytechnic after 12th
If you are able to do B.Tech then definitely don’t waste your time, think of doing polytechnic but if your choice is B.Sc, then I want to advise you to get job because it is very difficult that you need to do some government job. Have to pass the exam or should be a teacher doing B.Ed
So if you do polytechnic from any good government institute then you can have good chance to get job in many fields even you can do your B.Tech from any regular college or AMIE. Basically if you do AMIE then you will get promotion easily (because at that time you have degree)
How old is polytechnic after 12th?
three year Taking a polytechnic course can prove to be very beneficial in your good career. from which you to course 12th After 4 year It was the same 10th class After Polytechnic only 3 on year Polytechnic Diploma of Would which is 3 year are easily escaped.
If you have passed 12th then you should opt for degree instead of diploma. A degree course will provide you good career opportunities and good job with good package. If you opt for diploma then it will not open more career opportunities for you and you may have to work at lower level in industry and you may not get good package also.
In most of the top universities the eligibility for B.Tech is pass in 10+2 (with Physics, Maths and English) with 60% aggregate marks and you may have to clear some entrance exams of the university.
There are lots of streams available for you like CSE (Computer Science Engineering), Information Technology (IT), Mechanical Engineering (ME), Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Biotechnology, Food Technology, Electrical Engineering, B.Tech in Electrical Engineering. and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Automobile Engineering, CHE- Petroleum, Aerospace Engineering, ME- Mechatronics.
The most important thing that totally depends on your area of interest. When you are sure about your area of interest then you can choose above engineering stream for your graduation. There cannot be many institutes and universities that are offering you all such engineering courses in a single campus.
You should give preference to the university or institute which provides you good placements and also good practical and industrial exposure and should also have good infrastructure. There are various institutes and universities that offer such courses, some of them are:
- Lovely Professional University,
- BITS Pilani,
- Delhi College of Engineering,
- VIT, Vellore,
- PSG Technology Coimbatore,
- National Institute of Engineering, Mysore and some others.
It would be better to go for a degree in engineering. If you are interested in technical fields. Because with a technical degree you can apply for high paying jobs as well as jobs for polytechnic grad. But a polytechnic diploma will only give you a low paying job like JE and never because AE and above requires a degree and in most cases degree holders are eligible for JE jobs.