It’s not about 60%, it’s about learning.
Published on November 4, 2022
Many people say a college degree is a way to get your career/job, but I see it; it is a path to understanding yourself, nurturing your learning curve, and conceptions of engineering.
Many would argue that the college experience is about much more than just getting a degree or a job. In my experience college is always a fun place, I never read books to get good grades and I ended up writing exams for 30 subjects out of 40 for 3-4 times in my engineering. But yes appearing for 40 different subjects, showing comprehensiveness in every practical exam, and reading-remembering huge syllabi in the last moments of exams sharpened my grasping power, communication skills, and time management.
Other than that journey of becoming an engineer was great I get a chance to participate in many competitions on a different level, Host a TedX show and work in the incubation cell of the college. On the other hand, the college in which I pursued my engineering was super cool, I get to learn and interact with students from different parts of the country and cultures, and various clubs or projects with them made me a more open-minded person. Throughout the journey, I developed critical thinking, a problem-solving attitude, and time management. Rather than gaining profound knowledge of technical. When I look back I see the ride of engineering at Indira college acted as a path to reaching my destination.
After college, with two friends I continued the journey of fun, learning, and development. We started our own company by the name of Helixstack Technologies and launch a series of products.
The reason I like my job so much now is that I get to work with and influence people from various backgrounds. Now technology changes all the time which suits me because that’s where the artsy engineering stuff gets to come. I am not afraid of change and nurturing my networks. I am not afraid to reach out to ask for help because I have put so much on myself in mine.
Blog by :
Mr. Rohan Pawar,
Posted in: Education
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