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Transcript of WELCOME
Each year around 1,50,000
graduates are produced by
our engineering colleges.
WHY ARE WE HERE....????
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS GATHERING...??
There are more than 700
only in AP.
What are graduated engineers
Options for a B.Tech graduate
B.Tech graduates who are interested to begin their career immediately have the following options:
OTHER OPTIONS FOR HIGHER STUDIES
PGCET -> To pursue M.Tech in A.P colleges
Deemed University entrance examinations (Eg: VIT University, SRM University,Manipal etc)
MBA & MCA -> Colleges in and around A.P
The ultimate goal for any graduate to achieve is to be an employer rather than an employee.
Graduates who have passion in moulding their career as a trainer/lecturer have the following options:
Now there's a clear picture of available opportunities for a B.Tech graduate.
But the question is how far the students are from their goals.....???
World's top MNCs are still looking for efficient graduates but only 1 out of 50 graduates being placed.
What might be the reason..???
Academic syllabus knowledge is not sufficient for any student to get into an industry.
There's a huge gap between the student's knowledge and industrial requirement.
Students must be trained in such a way that they'll be technically sound to face any kind of interview.
Technical training is the only solution to improve the skills of a graduate.
This kind of initiative is taken to ensure the overall development of a graduate in order to fulfill the industrial requirement.
Technical knowledge would be helpful for competitive exams as well as interviews.
Technical training can provide the best bridge to make a student eligible for an industry.
There is no shortcut for Success.
It's a day wise process.