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- Print Length: 180 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Notion Press; 1 edition (29 Nov. 2015)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B018QQD0YC
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A guy who has got 72% in engineering, did not get placed in a core company, the only offer he got is from a call centre. You can imagine what kind of a guy (popat, rattu) he must be. Doing engineering in India is really hopeless. You would be hearding Engineering ko scope hai. Ghanta scope hai.
Being an engineer I agree with Adhitya : ME GHANTA ENGINEER.
First of all, I would like to appreciate Adhitya's efforts for the amount of Research done for the content in the book.
If you're a Engineer read this book.
If you're doing Engineering read this book.
If you're planning to do engineering read this book.
If you're in 10th, 11th or 12th read this book.
If you're a parent whose kid is doing engineering read this book.
If you're a parent whose kid is in 11th or 12th or you're planning to enroll him in an engineering college read this book.
If you've put your kid in IIT coaching class, read this book, it'll give you an insight to what your child is going to face in the following years.
I myself am an engineer and agree 100% to what is written in the book.
Really engineering is the obsession of Indians, we are the exporters of engineers.
The book will always be in my collection and I am going to lend it who wants to do engineering and open his eyes.
It's a fantastic read, Good Job Adhitya and best of luck for your future endeavours.