You must have come across various myths in life: Girls want soft-spoken guys as boyfriends, Travelling India is dangerous, Kejriwal will remove his muffler one day, or Sunny Leone will feature as the dutiful Bahu in a daily soap. A similar list of myths about engineering students needs to be busted by the corresponding facts below.
Myths vs Facts About Engineering Students
The myth about engineering students: Engineering students are a very knowledgeable species.
Fact: No, no, no! There will be one guy or one girl from each group in every practical lab who knows what has to be done in the experiment. The rest of the group stays far away from their respective equipment, and when the teacher comes for inspection, they mimic like they know everything about everything. As far as practical knowledge goes, ITI guys have more knowledge than engineering guys.
2. Study Regularly
The myth about engineering students: I will start studying at the start of the next semester.
Fact: This is called optimism, i.e., fooling themselves. As an engineer, you will always have a last-minute approach for every task, whether doing assignments or lab files. This is the only thing that makes them proud. This habit will be a good friend and will stay by your side forever.
3. Impress Girls
Fact: Nice thought! But trying to come up with one of these would be like sending an invitation to Barack Obama for dinner. Once you step into the corporate world, you will realize that most of the chicks you like were already booked way back in college.
You will be shocked to meet her in the corporate world; all she wants is to marry some well-settled guy and have a good house and a car. At last, all you will do is slog at the office from 10 to 5 and regret that you had not tried your best in college.
4. Point-to-Point Answers
The myth about engineering students: I will write direct and to-the-point answers that impress the examiner
Fact: This myth lies in the probability that the examiner reads your answer, and the probability would be like 2/100. If you think it matters to him whether you write every point of the answer, then you’re a fool! This is because the examiner has to check hundreds of papers every day. So better write at least one page with a neat diagram. The neater your handwriting and diagrams are, the more you will score.