As we know, India is one of the emerging superpowers of the world. It is largely due to the large pool of talented human resource India harnesses. However, the potential of Indian students was never doubted ever. But due to the recent transformation of India, the meteoric rise of the Indian youth is today’s burning topic.
Nowadays, Indian youth loves to explore and is not afraid of taking risks. This independence and confidence are due to the presence of the Internet. Whatever the students cannot find on their own, they find it on the internet. Eventually, this has led the world to shrink into the palms of the youngsters.
Changing scenario of the Education
Earlier, the usual practice of an average Indian student was to study till Class 12th. Then, taking any one of the Engineering, Medical and Arts as their career paths. Evidently, this trend went on to be so common that the value of engineers started to decrease.
Currently, there are a lot of options to pursue. This is due to the exposure of youth to the internet. As a result, the youngsters possess a clear vision of what to pursue and where to find the best resources to hone their skills. The engineering colleges in Chennai provide the students with tremendous options to choose the discipline of their liking.
Some of the best engineering institutes in Chennai are:
Academy of Maritime Education and Training University, (AMET) Chennai
VELS University, Chennai
St, Joseph’s College of Engineering, Chennai
Madras Institute of Technology, Chennai
Government College of Engineering, Chennai
College of Engineering, Anna University, (CEG) Chennai
Xavier’s Catholic College of Engineering, Chennai
Alpha College of Engineering, Chennai
The colleges nowadays give emphasis to the merit ranks to admit the students into their college. The JEE main score is taken into the account as the benchmark criteria to conduct admissions by the colleges.
In addition, there are plenty of colleges all over India which have a good value and reputation among the industry. Again, some of the good engineering institutes pan India are:
Birla Institute Of Technology and Sciences, Pilani
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Indian Institute of Technology, (BHU) Varanasi
Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati
National Institute of Technology, Surathkal
College of Engineering, Pune
Vellore Institute of Technology
Raising the Bar
Afterward, the students opt to go for higher education after Graduation. Usually, the students choose from the courses like Master of Technology (M.Tech), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Medicinae Doctor (MD) etc.
Management and Commerce
To begin with, the introduction of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India led to a rise in the pursuance of MBA. Most importantly, the MBA programme is providing a student with the vision to study the business and understand its every aspect.
Common Aptitude Test (CAT) is the exam which is considered as the criteria for admission by the B-Schools in India. Here, to study in some of the best B-Schools of India, the aspirants have to burn their midnight oil to clear CAT with flying colours.
Surprisingly, the B-Schools of India are becoming supportive towards the Entrepreneur incubation and development. Moreover, the curriculum of Indian management schools is being updated with the latest case studies and management subjects. In addition, the whole education framework is being modified to accommodate the concept of entrepreneurship.
In the current date, some of the best B-Schools in India are:
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
Xavier School of Management (XLRI), Jamshedpur
Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta
Faculty of Management Studies, New Delhi
Management Development Institute, Gurgaon
National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai
SP Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai
In particular, to take the admission into an IIM, the candidates require a percentile of the order of 99% above. To enumerate, the reason being exceptional education structure of the IIMs. Above all, the students in IIM are being supplied with the latest case studies enabling them to understand the latest problems of the industry.
Teaching and Research
Presently, the other option for the students to kick-start their career is to go for the teaching line. Moreover, the current overhaul in the education sector is inviting a lot of teachers to contribute to the nation’s growth. Usually, Master in Technology (M.Tech) is a widely used specialization programme by the aspirants to enter the teaching line.
Presently, M.Tech is in hot demand among the students who are good with research. The M.Tech course is taught by many of the prestigious institutions in India. Yet, to pursue a quality M.Tech degree, one needs to do it from a prestigious institution.
Henceforth, the GATE Exam is introduced to benchmark the quality of M.Tech degree initiated by the Ministry of Human Resource Development. The GATE Exam stands for Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering. The marks in GATE are considered as a standard by the reputed colleges of India.
Few of the many reputed institutes imparting education in M.Tech are:
International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad
Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai
Punjab Engineering College, University of Technology, Chandigarh
Delhi Technological University, Delhi
Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, New Delhi
Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur
The scores of GATE Exam also provide respected jobs in big PSUs (Private Sector Undertakings) to the aspirants. Obviously, the elite PSUs consider the marks of GATE exam to recruit the talent for their company. Those PSUs are:
ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation),
NHPC (National Hydroelectric Power Corporation),
BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited),
NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation),
SAIL (Steel Authority of India),
GAIL (Gas Authority of India Limited),
CIL (Coal India limited) and more.
Lastly, it is evident that the current changes in the pedagogy and academic framework are essential in bringing fortune to India again. Most importantly, the Indian human capital is growing to be strong. As a result, the image of India budding as a producer market is gaining popularity.
Also, the internet available to every household is empowering the aspirants. In fact, the transformation of the Indian students is taking place. Hence, the day is not far when India will be on the pinnacle of the world as a guru and will enlighten it with its knowledge.