"UG" could be an abbreviation for undergraduate, and "BTECH" could be an abbreviation for "Bachelor of Technology." In of itself, a populous of 24-30 year olds are saturated with computer science, game design, web design, and other game development related degrees. Finding someone who holds a degree in a field directly related to game development is a dime a dozen. Getting a job in any industry without a degree that's directly related and with no work experience is highly improbable.
In the UK, for each 60 people, there is one Indian. Given the Indian name, one could assume he could be apart of that statistic. In such case, BTECH could be a misspelled attempt at writing "BTEC." If this is the case, no, a level 3 extended certificate in computer science consists of the exam-board failing to understand fundamental concepts to a point whereby they think VBScript is frontend website scripting language and not an archaic administrative scripting language.
To answer the question "can i go in game industry as a game programer," MSDN, opengl.org, khronos.org, cplusplus.com, docs.microsoft.com, and other sources cost absolutely nothing excluding your time. Anyone can enter the industry providing that one can prove their worth.