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ED VoxPop: We Ask Some Engineers And Non-Engineers What They Think About The Stream Not Chosen By Them

ED VoxPop is where we ask people different survey questions and get responses to conduct sort of a poll of our own.


The present issue among the undergraduate fraternity is not so much schooling as it is the whole notion of what may be a solid job and profession after graduation. Many students continue to compare Engineering to other non-engineering courses and make ineffective judgments that have a negative impact on their future jobs. 

We can’t compare an apple with an orange, India and the United States of America, you and me, and likewise, we certainly can’t compare two distinct professional paths.

And that’s why ED asked around a few undergraduates about what made them choose their streams and their PoV of pursuing a career not chosen by them, and interestingly we received amazing answers from them! Let’s have a look at each one of them!


Also Read: This ‘B. Tech Chai’ Of Engineering Graduates Has Become An Instant Hit In Kollam


What is your response to this question? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below. We’d love to read them!


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This post is tagged under: Engineers; Engineering; Law; Psychology; economics; Non-engineering career; Career; Future of Engineers; Civil Engineering; Computer Science; B. Tech; Technology; Art, Music, Entertainment; Social Opinions; Campus; College; Opinion Pieces


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