Industrial training the spinal code of technical education
Students pays huge amount of their fee in the hope that they are going to get a job in future. Students thinks that after getting a job they can easily pay off their loan amount which they took for their education or they can support their parents financially after completion for their engineering. But in the present times it is quite tough for students to get a job just on their degree basis. As every students who is having a B.tech, B.E. degree comes under the category of engineer and it is not possible for companies to hire each and every students just because he or she is having a engineering degree.
Companies have become very choosy while selecting students because companies knows that the quality of the engineering students is the same as it was ten years before now. As the teaching fashion in the engineering colleges has about-face completely. As engineering education is all about 60 % practical applications and 40 % of class room teaching of the technologies. Engineering is making students doing things practically and not about telling students how things works. This is the main factor which makes engineering completely different from other degrees.
In most of the engineering colleges the means of practical teaching of technologies like seminars, workshops, practical classes, laboratory sessions are just for formality only. Even semesters practical's are just for formality. This makes students happy for a while but makes them suffers throughout their career as they missed out the most important aspect of their education.
But some students manages to gain practical knowledge of various technologies during their industrial training in their summer breaks. And some of the students thinks that training is wastage of money and time but they don't know that these training programs can save them from struggling in the market. As students can easily learns all those things which are required in companies for the job and which they don't get in their colleges even after paying lakh's of rupees.
Because only a professional from industry for tell students how things happens in the industry. Because technologies keeps on updating and changing in the corporate sector and to know about those updates and changes students must visit industry and industrial is best available option for doing so. While industrial students many other essential skills required for entering the industry like -
2) Team work
3) Out of the box thinking
4) Trouble shooting
5) Leadership quality and many other qualities
In short we can say that if engineering is a body then industrial training is spinal code to the body. As, it balance the complete load of the body on it. Because the thing which counts the most is what you know and not how much you score in your degree. As, it has been seen that sometimes toppers fails to crack the recruitment processes of the companies as they hardly know anything practical about technologies and market trends. Being up-to date technology wise is the sure shot way to enter the industrial sector
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