Colleges (The Running Authority) pays a huge bribe to government officials in-order for it's approval to run. There are lots of graduates coming out, What I have seen over the years is the Quantity of outcome is more and Quality is coming down.
It's not only the case with the Engineering field but others too. I can think of how difficult it would be for a fresher who is seeing some job in IT Industry.
Not trying to defend the colleges or the quality of "education" imparted...
What have you (and all the lakhs of IT graduates) done to make yourself employable? After all, you should not expect to be spoon fed in a college, like you are done at school. The programming aptitude of some of the so-called IT graduates I have interviewed over so many years has basically been pretty bad, and I will not blame only their colleges for that.
Happiness will never come to those who fail to appreciate what they already have. -Anon
yes i failed to see the big picture ,till my third year of B.Tech i didn't even knew oops concepts but i had crammed lot of Q/A of it,i joined HCL-CDC(Hindustan computers limited Career development center) noida even there i was taught nothing in two months but fortunately after passing college i found a man (who worked for a small S/w company) taught me oops and implementation just in 15 days and he gave me dream to get a job in IT sector Now Everything in that gloomy.
i m only in family who has completed higher education. i was completely dependent on college ,i lacked guidance.otherwise before 3rd year i could have become a MCTS for sure.
my father gambled all hard earned money with a private college.now i have a lot of pressure to recover all money earn him respect.now i realize how cruel this world is for ignorant ones (crooks ,money-eaters are everywhere )
May god give me courage to work for success.
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