4 dangerous trends that the average Indian middleclass has to overcome! - Education - Employment - Career - Economic Challenges
The story of many young Indian middle class students
“Mahesh goes to school, he was always a below average student but his parents wanted him to become a doctor or an engineer,
He took his 10th exams with all preparation & somehow scored well because of all the preparation and hard work.
They put him in a rigorous coaching environment for performing in his +2 exams; there were no TV, no entertainment, no friends circle except tuition, cycle tests and so on
And at last he got a seat in an engineering college” this is the story of many young Indian middle class students
But when they go to the engineering college do the situation change?
First year there is engineering physics, chemistry, maths, English and basic engineering with strict culture where students are not allowed to form groups, not much interaction and in particular boys and girls should not communicate to each other in most colleges. Though there are many colleges where there is good atmosphere but most don’t allow interpersonal skills to develop!
Then they expect them to get placement in the final year! The sad fact is that only about say 10% of them really get into placement.
Today it has become a norm for all colleges to advertise 100% placement but the truth is AICTE acknowledge that nearly 87% of engineering graduates coming from colleges are unemployable!