Wow!!! Engineering. A series of memories to cherish. One of the great and top part of life which pushed me to the future action. Engineering is absolutely not about being funny or making funs, there’s many more thing to acquire knowledge for our Professional life and as well as in our personal life and bag of lessons to investigate.
Here few of them which taught me:
Smart work and Hard work:
We all know that Hard work is about putting lot of effort and time whereas, Smart work is spending less amount of time with planning and prioritization. And engineering just teaches you that.
The day before of University exam most of us will came with a conclusion to learn only the important questions or repeated university questions to get Pass in the particular subject and this itself a Smart move, which requires Hard work as well.
Academics will definitely assist us to getting Internship and Placement. Because our academics performance matters for initial step of attending an Interview or Internship. Most of us realize it very late or after getting rejected from Interview’s. Don’t screw it. At least, be an average performer to take participate in all the golden opportunities we have.
Being eager or curious will always assist you in thinking out of the box. Thinking out of box, make you jack-of-all-trades. Being jack-of-all-trades will help you to be a Versatile Person.
Being respectful with all our Teachers, Friends, Juniors and Colleagues teach us how to get favour done. During tough times it help more than expectations.
Harder you work, luckier you get:
People will have an upper hand if they work hard. People with lower intelligence and who work hard always outstanding in academics and placement. In a nutshell, there is no alternative of hard work.
Obviously, we all know that Last minute university exam and practical’s preparations, getting our Hall ticket, Last minute submission of Assignments and records, Not getting output in University Lab’s and Project Viva those will teach us what is stress and stress management.
Patience is key. You get to deal with professors who simply don’t agree they are wrong, our three-hour exam will also teach us what is patience, college politics that can snatch your opportunities, classmates who’ll piss you off with their attitude. So, one gets to know how to keep their cool while dealing with such situations.
- If you have never lived alone or away from you home, engineering life taught us to survive alone.
- How to study just a night and survive in the exams.
- It taught me how to survive in times of Nervous breakdown.
- University exam results taught me, life is not fair and is unpredictable.
- Friends who had arrears in the exams taught me how not facing a problem then and there.
- Faculties who reduced internal marks taught me how to face or handle horrible bosses and how to survive in the industry.
Engineering Life Lessons:
- A boy and a girl should not talk in the campus taught me the problem in our society.
- Some people taught me, how a person can completely change into a different person after four years.
- How to survive in an Emotional breakdown.
- Hostel food taught me value of mom’s food.
- If an Engineering college having xerox shop then that shop owner earns more money than an Engineer in a year.
- Our College academic percentage or CGPA or Class (First or Second) only tells how much we have faith in the College Education System and it is not proportional to the person’s Intelligence always.
- How we can learn a subject our self, if we take the right efforts.
Each and every step in our lives we take comes in with a set of Challenges, Goals and Setbacks. And Engineering was no exception.
This Present moment is eminent key for all of us. Because,
“Once gone means, it’s gone forever”.
All the time enjoy the present, live the moment. Make yourself cheerful and the people around you smile.
Feel you’re spending good time now. Later, these will become the wonderful and best memories of your life.
There are lots that engineering has taught me. But this is the most important of all.
With more such lifetime lessons that change you, you happily say at the end, those were the best days of my life!
“Your Degree is just a piece of paper. Your Education is seen in your Attitude & Behaviour”.