If you’re planning to take admission in PTU, UTU, KTU and some of the other third class technical universities of India, I’ll suggest you to don’t waste your 2-3 years there. You will spend your valuable time and money there and in end of day you will have one PG certificate to which no one will consider. No one is going to give you job that you are PG, there are
thousands of sorry millions of PG’s in India and maximum of them are unskilled and still don’t know what they want to do. Do you want to be one of those?
I’ll suggest you to find what you want to do in which stream you want to make your career, is it Marketing, Sales, Web Development or any other field, start applying for job. Don’t look for money, learn things by heart, make your self Ninja. And you will see things will get better and better, you will have better life and better salary. So instead of wasting 3 years in post graduation and then start working on same salary which a graduate worked 3 years earlier, it’s better to do correspondents PG course.
Just a thought, choice is your.
After completion of course, “I’m looking for a Job” line is used by more 85% post gradutes of India. Maximum of them are B.E, B.Tech, MBA and MCA etc. But after completing their courses all of them are in same condition, one thing which don’t allow them to live peacefully is Job.
Maximum of students in India belong to middle class and for their own future or i will say source of income depend on job. Average fees for any technical course in India is around 4-5 Lack and even after spending this much amount you will not get a placement from college. In India more than 80% technical and management institutes are only doing business. You took admission there, gave fees for all semester and you will get the diploma or degree of your course.
God knows how many technical institues are in India and how much AICTE is earning from these institutes. Some of my friends say, “kuch logo ne to ghar me hi institute khol rakhe hai”. Even maximum of them are ISO 9001:2000 certified. I think this certification is the biggest joke and don’t not know how much you have to pay for this certification :).
I’m sure India produce maximum no. of illiterate professionals in a year. I don’t want to blame student for this, because these institutes focus more on how to earn money than developing student.This is difference between IIM, IIT and NIT institues, they set their own benchmark and standard. But to get admission in these institutes are toughest task, for 100 seats you will get millions of applications.
Each of us took admission with high enthusiasm and in last semster its hard to find that Enthusiasm. Because we know what reality is and how life will be after college. What AICTE is doing even our human resource minster don’t know :). Every year you can see thousands of new institutes to spoil feature of students.