In my opinion, you should go for masters then going for a job directly after your BE. Because you will get a much better job opportunities after MS. If there a not much financial issues with you and not the very need of earning at this time of life, you should continue your study and then go for a job. After all its your wish.
Here is some information about C-DAC Noida-
CDAC, Noida - formerly known as ER&DCI, Noida - is a constituent unit of Centre for Development of Advanced Computing, a Scientific Society of the Department of Information Technology, Govt. of India. It is a multi-campus center with two campuses (R&D and Academic) separated by a distance of about 100 meters. The overall built-up area is around 17000 square meters. The current employee strength is around 400, of which more than 60?s engineers .
From its very inception in 1994, the center has been working in application oriented design and development for various customer requirements. During these years, it has acquired competency, expertise and extensive experience in the areas of Health Informatics, Embedded Systems, Language Computing and e-Governance domains. These form the four verticals of its R&D wing.
The academic wing focuses on generation of quality manpower in advanced software areas. It is organized as four schools –viz.- School of IT (SoIT), School of Electronics (SoE), School of Management (SoM) and Finishing School (FS). SoIT provides MCA and M.Tech courses in Computer Science and Information Technology. SOE provides M.Tech course in VLSI Design and a number of postgraduate diploma programs in wireless, embedded systems, and hardware design. SoM provides MBA course in Software Enterprise Management. These are affiliated to GGSIP University in New Delhi. The Finishing School offers various postgraduate diploma courses in many advanced topics.
CDAC, Noida stresses on synergy between education, research, and product development. It accords prime importance to reliability and maintainability of its systems in field. The technology development initiatives of the Centre are highly focused in the above four areas and are obtained predominantly with funding from the various Ministries and Departments of Government of India, State Governments and other agencies.
M-Tech Programs -
Every student going into industry not only have an adverse impact on research output of the country, and availability of faculty for the academic institutions, at the same time it may not even be in their own interest to quit formal education after an undergraduate degree specially with the changing IT industry where it looks for specialized education and innovating capabilities . The IT industry in India has matured, and as its growth rate starts coming down (now 28 percent), the gap between supply and demand for average technical skills will narrow. As IT industry is poised to go up the value chain the demand for higher technical skills are also rising . In this scenario joining a post graduate program in engineering will be a decision which will be useful for long term for an individual as well as for industry .
The course work in the program pose challenges to students for advancement of their knowledge in various subjects while the M. Tech. Project makes them a part of the various exciting research projects going on in the School.
An M. Tech. at CDAC, NOIDA prepares one for the highly sought-after industry jobs as well for exploring new frontiers of research leading to a Ph.D. Degree in Computer Science/ Information Technology. The salient features of M Tech Program include
1. Niche area research projects for dissertation work
2. Project experience on live R&D projects and Technology Incubator at CDAC
3. Well qualified and experienced faculty
4. State-of-the-art IT infrastructure and ample lab time
5. Regular interaction with Industry experts
6. FIVE seats in each programme are reserved for sponsored candidates
7. Scholarship to all GATE qualified candidates
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