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Here is my answer-
This basically depends on your priorities. From my perspective, it is always advisable that if you have a plan for higher-studies,
do not delay it too much(1-2 years gap is fine though). You need to figure out which category suits you the most among the following and find a tradeoff.
- If you do not want to give a break in-between studies, then it is better to go for higher studies.
- If your family-financial-conditio
n needs your support, then it is more sensible to opt for a job for sometime and go for higher-studies after the situation stabilizes. [agree or not, higher-studies in India does not give enough monetary support; I assume you are looking forward to higher-studies in India ]
- If after 3/4 years of undergrad studies, you want a break from studies for 1-2 years, you can opt for job.
- If you want to explore how industry works and is not quite sure about your plan for higher studies right now, you can get a taste of it if you opt for a job after Bachelors.
- If you get a chance to work in some Research-stuffs during your job, it might open your perspective about research, which is essentially a big part of ‘Higher-studies’, you plan in future. Also, it might help you to get into a better institute.