Reason #1. A belief that engineering colleges directly takes you to job interviews
People believe that engineering is such a type of career in which one has to study for a short span (just for 4 years) and the biggest thing is you get a job by just giving an interview after completing all the semesters… SOUNDS EASY RIGHT?
But the truth behind this is a little bitter. Interviewers are very sharp in terms of hiring their employees. They act as ‘passion detector’. They will easily detect whether this person is passionate about the job or not. They will never hire you if you lack passion which is their primary criterion. And it is a fact that they will hire only a limited amount of employees, not everyone.
This is because every company wants to compete at its best and keep growing that’s why they only hire employees with a great attitude towards their work and for this, in many cases, they don’t even look at marks. If your attitude is great and you are able to make them feel that you are really passionate about your work, only then they will hire you and in such tasks, many toppers fail.
So stay away from such nonsense that even if you don’t have a passion for engineering it will definitely make you a successful person.