Any candidates interested in pursuing career in Allopathic, Osteopathic, Podiatric and Veterinary can appear for the MCAT test. Students from U.S. and Canada must have a UG degree to be eligible for the exam. International candidates must be pursuing or have completed MBBS to sit for MCAT.
So no, having a B.Tech degree in Biotechnology won't pave a way for you to be eligible for MCAT.
Your question is incomplete as you have not mentioned some of the details so I cannot seem to understand what information you are exactly trying to look for.
The placements for each branch would differ from college to college. So without knowing the particular Branch answering this question is very difficult.
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As per your query Vivekananda Institute of Technology is a very good institution in Bangalore. But when it comes to placement it is not that good. It's median package for ug courses in the 2018 was 2.40 lakhs. Also it partly depends on what course you want to choose. For more information click on this link below
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