Engineering the Best Career Option01/04/2018
In our daily life, we constantly prefer a secure way to handle various situations, and education is no different in this context. However, we always give special importance to the career-related decisions, getting into the intermediate schooling could be one of the best examples. We know that higher education system needs transparency in every move, but still, we give equal attention to intermediate study circle too, just to upkeep the basic level education. But this kind of approach is now moved to next level; as a result, our preference is more towards the reputed schools these days, and the educational environment will help a student to build a strong base to perform well in higher studies.
Moreover, the higher education system is not different in comparison with lower grade studies. Whereas the selection of a college depends upon the placement track record of previous years and the present education standard of the institute, the best part is people are getting used to this type of process. But the way of thinking changes according to the time, and also the surrounding environment. So, we can say that our preferences for the studies aren’t same as before, most of our decisions are now based on the current trend and the best option to match our requirements.
Over the past decade, engineering has been one of the top-rated career choices around the country. Big cities such as Bengaluru, Delhi, Pune, Hyderabad, and Chennai has produced the many job opportunities and provided a nest to several engineers. But, in last four years, the lack of jobs in engineering field has affected the budding engineers and prominence to the engineering is decreasing. The abrupt downfall in employment is just a sign of lacking a quality education, and the lack of required skills in a graduate, which are basic need to satisfy the industry standard.
“In present days, the engineering jobs are skills driven, so the companies will give prominence to the skills set rather than only academic performance.”
The change is inevitable for a reason, if it confides a strong intent, then we have to adapt it for a fruitful outcome. In the same way, if you are not sure about your decision of choosing engineer as a career path, then ask these questions to yourself, if you are able to answer them without any hiccups then you will be confident about your next move!
* Is that okay if you are surrounded by challenging atmosphere?
* Heartbreaks are common in exams, is that manageable for you?
* Days after engineering: You will get a job opportunity based on your skills; grades could be just part of it
* The beginning: Selecting an engineering college is the new challenge, how will you handle it?
The modern engineering education system has changed the way of teaching, and the students don’t rely on the faculty anymore, instead, they study independently and seek faculty help only when required. So the mindset of a student should welcome such practices.
Initial days of engineering would make you feel uneasy due to a college environment, interaction with the lecturers, and the daily routine. It takes some time to adjust to the new beginning, and it is challenging for a student to learn how to take an individualistic decision in day-to-day life to face the new world.