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Engineering Dreams – Dream Of Becoming An Engineer

A childhood where we broke our toys just to find out what is happening inside it laid the first stone in becoming an engineer. Everyone is an Engineer in some or the other way, but only a few realize its true potential and incredibleness of it. Most of us guys still drool over the vrooming sound of a sports car and at least once in our lifetime we wished to be an automobile engineer and make a car as loud and cool as a Lambo. But the scenario is little different than you think. Most of the students opt Engineering thinking that. Yeah, after my 4 years B. Tech I am going to work in Ferrari and make some cool cars”, oops! There begins the first disappointment in an engineering student’s life. Engineering in India is nothing like what they have Imagined.

They learn about IC Engines different combustion systems, gears but all of the knowledge comes from the book, not from the real world. Engineering in Indian Colleges is not very much practical oriented as it was thought to be. Even for a professional degree in Engineering, it’s still a pattern to test our memory and by hearting capability. I bet more than 70% of engineering graduates have no clue why they study all those syllabuses. But worry not my friends the blame is not entirely on the system, but on the students too.

Every degree, every subject, be it engineering, medicine or even English literature, the knowledge you seek from outside the context of your syllabus is going to benefit you the most. It’s your curiosity and dedication that will make a difference in your future. An engineering aspirant has so many colleges in India with a different set of entrance examinations. Some of the Top National Level Engineering Entrance Exams are JEE Mains, BITSAT, VITEE, KEAM, COMEDK, SRMJEE, UPTU etc.

Engineering Dreams – Dream Of Becoming An Engineer

SRMJEEE 2018 is SRM University Engineering Entrance Examination for admissions to the undergraduate engineering courses across the campuses of the SRM University. Competed for around 7,000 seats across its four campuses- Kattankulathur, Ramapuram, Ramapuram Part II – Vadapalani and NCR Ghaziabad. The admission will be completely based on the performance of candidates in the entrance examination. The counseling will be conducted through offline and online mode. In the counseling procedure, candidates will be allotted seats and branches in the universities. After seat allotment, candidates have to report to the allotted college to complete the admission process. Indian, NRI and PIO & OCI card holder issued by the government of India are eligible to apply.

For UG courses, DOB should fall between 1st July 1997 and 1st July 2002 and for PG courses, DOB should fall between 1st July 1993 and 1st July 1998. SRMJEEE 2018 Entrance examination will be held only in online mode. The question paper will be published in the English language. There will be no provision for negative marking. The total time provided for the whole exam is 2:30 hours. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Biology. Objective Type 3 marks will be given to candidates for the correct answer. You can check the syllabus on the official website. A merit list will be prepared based on the total marks secured in the examination. The 2018 result will be declared via online mode through the website. The result will be announced on 3rd May 2018. Candidates are needed to take a printout of the result and keep it safe till the admission process gets completed.

Uttar Pradesh State Entrance or UPTU 2018 Examination which is also known as UPSEE (Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Exam) conducted for students who want to get into Degree Level Engineering as well as Professional Colleges affiliated to AKTU. Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), Uttar Pradesh is the main authority which monitors the Entrance exam. Admission to various UG & PG courses is provided on the basis of merit obtained in UPSEE. Uttar Pradesh with its largest population of class XII pass-outs stands to be the successor state in the race to IITs and NITs. The number of students in IITs, NITs and IIITs from UP in the academic year 2016-17 is over Four Thousand One hundred and twenty (4120). Such a high competition always forces the non- qualifying candidates from UP to settle for State Level Universities.

Candidates from UP also opt to write the examination of UPSEE that will be conducted for 11 papers depending on the type of course a candidate which to opt. Paper-1, 2, 3 will contain 150 questions; Paper-5, 6, 7, 8 will contain 75 questions and Paper-9, 10, 11 and 12 will have total 100 questions each. Paper-4 will have 50 questions each of Mathematics & Aesthetic Sensitivity with a total of 100 questions and 2 questions from Drawing Aptitude. Paper-1, Paper-2, Paper-3, and Paper-4 are the OMR based paper while rest of the papers are Computer Based Tests (CBT).

The exam is 3 hours, Candidate will receive 4 marks for each correct answer, no mark (s) will be deducted for any of the wrong response marked by the candidate. Paper 1 in UPTU 2018 consists of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology subjects (B. Tech./B. Tech. Agriculture Engineering) and paper-2 (B. Tech. Bio-Technology) typically comprising the important topics of the 11th and 12th standard.

There are so many Myths surrounding the students regarding a career in India.

Myth 1: The Only career option in India is Engineering and Medicine and those who don’t secure admission for these courses are dumb.

Reality: The number of degrees and career options are so vast and left underexplored. A student must understand their passion and pursue accordingly.

Myth 2: Marks scored in higher secondary is the echo of one’s intelligence, and the one who has scored 95 percent is more intelligent than others.

Reality: Marks do matter for securing admission in prestigious Universities, don’t judge yourself based on the marks. It’s just a reflection of your efforts. More effort better results.

Myth 3: An engineering degree in the most popular branch, with 9.0 CGPA and above will definitely fetch a job.

Reality: Companies want skilled person than nerdy students. Good Analytical and aptitude skills along with good communication skills are the most important prerequisite in getting placed.

So, the scenario is completely different from what we Imagine. Stay focused, Work Hard, be curious and you will achieve what you need.

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