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- I am, asking this on behalf of my friend who is currently studying in institute of technology, guru ghasidas university, bilaspur. he gave aieee this year and is getting nit raipur chemical in round 5. If he takes nit raipur then there will be a 2-year gap in his studies as previously he had already taken a drop. should he take it ?
P.S. -although I strongly suggested him against going to nit now, I still would like opinion from experts here.
- Chemical engineers have the 2nd highest average salary worldwide only next to pertroleum engineering which is prettymuch a subbranch of Chemical engg. In india 3 out of top five companies in terms of market capitalisation recruit chemical engineers namely reliance, ongc, IOCL . Only around 10000 chemical engineers graduate everyyear in india compared to lakhs of mechanical and compsci. engineers. I dont see a reason why chemical engineers would be jobless .
- Anurag Pushpam wrote:
there was a question in AIEEE which was earlier asked in IIT JEEit was to find Bond moment....i did not even solved it as it knew its answer..2.82but in omr i darkened 1.82which meant .. i had lost 5 marks....my presnt marks.--163if that ques was not wrong then--168 marks.. which meant i had got 21000 ....at this rank i was admitted to NIT P in third round.. this shows how even one silly mistake can ruin ur career....so for aieee 2012 aspirants:: be careful in coloring OMR sheet
Now do you you seriously think that a three hour exam can make or break your career? Or do you think that if you had got nitp your life would have been set. bro, its nothing like that. you would still have to work hard as you have to now. please stop having fetishes about these so called institutes of national importance and move on with your life. focus more on choosing your branch rather than your college.
- If you are sure of doing mba then you must go for the college, whichever you think would give the best environment. But beware since iims are nowadays prefering students with some work experience and in future they might make it compulsory so choose a branch accordingly so that you wouldnt mind working in that field for few years.
- i am not here to start another fight but it seems a lot of things have to be clarified here.
ok, first things first. we all know that the education scenario in india is pretty sad. but government of india and several corporate houses have initiated several steps to improve the situation. even foreign universities are interested to setup their colleges in india.
take a look:
and talking about setting up world class universities, look here the video of proposed vedanta university
even government has proposed upgradation of 9 universities which would be given navratna status and would compete with ivy league
now coming back to issue students going to foreign countries for studying, one would definitely realise that gone are those days when there used to be a large gap of oppurtunities between india and western countries. now that gap has pretty much bridged.
finally i would only say that engineers, doctors and scientists have been mostly thankless to this country. i mean look at isro. it hasnt had a single iitian since 1985. yet it has developed so much that students now crave to work for it. i mean just look at the no. of candidates that gave isat.
- are bhaiyon yeah kya chal raha hai.........maine question entrance exams ke relation mein pucha tha aur yahan to placements ki baatein chal rahi hain. btw after studying for about 2 mts in a state govt college, i have come to know the fact that atleast 80% students of our batch are intending to do pg after ug.........so placements dont matter these days where almost everyone is going for post graduation. just enjoy your college life
- dude, in aieee chemistry plays a key role in determining your score........for ex one of my friends who had only attempted chemistry and physics portion scored around 200 while i was stuck in those long maths questions...........make sure tht your chemistry is strong as it is the most scoring of the three
- i am a partial dropper who has currently taken admn in a state govt. college but i want to give aieee next year. the thing is that college studies are taking me over the board and i am hardly getting anyy time for aieee studies...........i mean the kind of time required for detailed studies and solving all the questions of a particular topic.......so i am asking here if from anywhere i could get assignment sheets for particular topic having about 20-25 questions for whole chapter as i am having enough books and study mats with myself but they all have about 100-200 questions ?