We live in a society where marks are more important than knowledge. This is very common thing. Besides people are measuring students’ ability by how is he/she has scored in specific exam.
Every parent has a dream that his son/daughter will become a success in life. He/She will have a good JOB.
From our childhood, we are most of the time focusing on how to get good marks. And these marks contains theoretical knowledge. No one will tell you why we are studying this. No one will give you the brief idea about the particular topic.
Let me tell you these all things are happening because we created it. If you want to take a good job which generally means a high salary then you must have to study in popular colleges. Now, what do I mean by popular colleges?
It means you have to score in your 12th board exam and then have to pass in some competitive exams and then you will get an admission in great colleges such as IIT ( Indian Institute Of Technology) and IIM(Indian Institute Of Management) Then you have to survive there for 4-5 years and then you will be getting a job and will become successful in life.
We all have heard the name “KOTA” where so-called intelligent students go for the preparation of JEE Mains and JEE Advance which is entrance exam of IIT. Parents send their son/ daughter. Only a few people can get admission in IIT.
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On the other side of India, cities like Hyderabad and Bengaluru are totally different. In these cities generally, students are attached with computer science. Students from such cities are just taking courses and getting very decent jobs. This is happening because they are focusing on specialized knowledge.
So there is a huge opportunity to become successful in life.
The ideal student would be one who was not working for grades but was working because he was interested in the work and not trying to compete with fellow students.
– Carl Devid Anderson
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