Dear SS, at an M.Tech level you must be fairly more focusses. while power and control systems is largely focuses on a particular vertical power sector, a discipline like advanced control system or embedded systems engg has a much more wider scope. Each disicpline has its own advantages and disadvantages. In general infrastructure investment in India would be on the rise for the next decade or so if the India growth story remains intact. So you definitely have good opportuntiy for power sector specialists. But we are not sure about the relative merits of one college versus the other. Also Indian corporations are not very enormoured by UK degrees nowadays. Unless it is from a highly rated UK university. Check for the Reserach and Assessment Ratings ( RAF) of your university in the domain you have selcted. Also you must consider, the possibility of scholarship.
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