would be graduating this year,in May. And like you,I have things like private jobs or PSUs,or MBA or IAS/IES,etc... Presuming that you do not want to opt for higher studies (otherwise you must have been sure by now),I would suggest you to give time to yourself,actually introspect and find out if there is something that interests you in the field,if you want a job in the core field?... These are the basic ideas I have- 1. If you money is what you want and you don't care whether your career grows up or is stalled, PSU is what you are looking for! Prepare for GATE because PSUs barely do campus recruitment now.(for Civil Engineers) 2. If you want your technical knowledge to be put to test,you want to earn by toiling and learning,go for the private sector.If you don't know yet,
Mediocre CTC (about 3.5-5lpa,for trainees) Heavy Workload,about 12hrs,6days a week
BUT You can expect something really big after 5-6 years of meaningful experience.You can go on a promotion spree or switch jobs with better packages! You can also take up MBA/M.Tech during your course as an employee,depending whether you want to manage stuff or toil harder on the technicalities section.
If you doubt it,here's this for inspiratio The man behind L&T (I am sure you must be knowing it!)