I had a one-year fall in my second year of engineering. What will happen after I complete my BE? Will I get a job?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Abbie Bell



I had a one-year fall in my second year of engineering. What will happen after I complete my BE? Will I get a job?

The first thing I suggest is that you DO NOT GIVE UP !! Engineering is not as bad as you think. You are also in Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications .. Friend !! If all you want is work, then you should be grateful to be in a good sector.
You just crossed your first year (considering that your second year didn't go well) and you gave up! HORRIBLE ... SHAME OF YOU (sorry to say man, COME ON !!). When we were in our freshman year, we used to say why are we studying Introduction to Computing (Being a civil engineer), but when we were in last year,

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The first thing I suggest is that you DO NOT GIVE UP !! Engineering is not as bad as you think. You are also in Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications .. Friend !! If all you want is work, then you should be grateful to be in a good sector.
You just crossed your first year (considering that your second year didn't go well) and you gave up! HORRIBLE ... SHAME OF YOU (sorry to say man, COME ON !!). When we were in our first year, we used to say why are we studying Introduction to Computing (Being a civil engineer), but when we were in last year, we were grateful to our university for having studied the introduction of so many engineers. Courses.
When we were in our third year or so, we used to say that "kahan fas gaye yaar mein engineer, it's not for us. But when we leave college with at least a decent job (and a bunch of lifelong friends of course) in our hands, we don't have to sit in our houses (and sit at his house after his bachelor's degree ... don't let me imagine). Engineering is not so bad! to do in our country (and you are in a good university Computer Science and E&EC students are getting one of the highest packages in the entire nation. If I tell you about other streams, you can check out the locations at SRCC and St Stephens, not that great for one of the best colleges in these flows. In Engineering, even from a decent university like the NIT level,you can get an average 5 Lakhs packet on your stream. Not that bad to start with !!

So now, I will write a solution to your problem. First of all, start studying for your core courses (if you're not very interested in them ... that's fine). What you have to do is be regular in presenting the tasks (each and every one of them, even the coping ones, will suffice). For your exams, start your preparation at least one week before your exams. Make a suitable schedule. Don't listen to your friends (SERIOUSLY .. Because they are idiots). I know they will say that if I start studying like you, I will lead the class. These kinds of guys will always be there ... Just say yes, it takes me a little longer to figure things out because saying this (and ignoring them) is much, much better than failing and studying with your Juniors. Just accept that you are a little slow to understand (if so), And don't go out of the way of submitting regular homework (if you don't do it on your own, it's better to copy and submit it on time than not submit it at all) and start studying 1 week before your exams. Everyone has their own way of learning, some learn fast and others a little slow (like me ... Really). If you just follow their strategy and study on the last day of the exam, nothing will change for you and you will end up being trash !! Most of my groupmates who recovered a year ago, did it because they were in a constant depression that most of their friends scored much better than them when they studied fewer hours than you! Just don't compare yourself to them. It's not like they are always above you. If you start to improve, I assure you that in two years you will laugh at yourself and you will feel much more sure of yourself. UPGRADE is the greatest weapon bhai !! That tells you that you CAN !!

Now what I have to say is that you have a lot of work to do.
The other two things that can give you a good placement (not just a placement) are:
1. A good hand in Aptitude, and
2. Improved communication skills.
Now, it seems like an easy enough task, but it is not.
Having a good hand in Aptitude is not an easy task. Fitness isn't just about solving a good math question. It's all about time. How many questions can you solve in 20 minutes? stuff like that ... You can start with RS Aggarwal (it's a skills book). After that, you can take some study material from a CAT preparation institute. It can be related to Quantitative, DI and Reasoning. BE CONSISTENT. Make a plan for the week where you will do at least three chapters (or whatever is right for you) on the weekends.

Now, coming to the second.
Having good debating and communication skills (and speaking English) requires at least two years of consistent practice every day. You read a newspaper (preferably The Hindu) every day that solves two purposes. The first is a general knowledge about what is going on around you and the second is to give yourself confidence to talk to people (you will find that you can discuss this topic with your friends because you have a decent idea about what is happening with this topic ). . But it is not a one-day or one-month assignment. It takes at least two years of hard work. A particular incident in history (such as a riot or discovery) is repeated in the newspapers every two months. So reading that event at least five times in two years gives you a clear idea on that topic. You don't need to be an expert on this topic. You need enough to understand WHAT AN EXPERT IS TALKING ABOUT ON THIS TOPIC. You can also watch a lot of Hollywood movies. that gives you a much bigger improvement in your pronunciation (accent), aside from the fun and US Dreams of course !!
These only two things can completely change your life.

Now after writing this (for at least the last four hours), what I fear is this !! Whatever I wrote, I might study it and implement it for a week or less and then go back to your usual lifestyle and forget about it. It will be the biggest failure of your life. You will not only ruin your own life but also my four hours !! If I don't give a shit, I'll understand. But don't do this to yourself. Improve yourself and you will be a completely different self-confident person.
It sounds like a damn big job, but if you can do it for just one semester, you don't need a jerk like me to tell you why you have to do these things and why being regular at doing something is so important.

Now why did I spend four hours on a question followed by only two people? Because I felt related. I have been there. I understand what you are going through. I have done this with myself and it changed my life. Just one semester of bhai and you won't need someone to tell you.

Thanks for A2A.

Let's see your case from two dimensions.

One dimension: somehow you finish your bachelor's degree, you keep an odd percentage of 60 as your aggregate, with a year back. By having other such interesting skills as coding, your practical experience will allow you to get a decent job in a multinational company. You work for a year or two and then you think about applying for the MS in the US All of this will improve your overall profile and eventually improve you to get an offer of a above-decent master's degree.

another dimension: you will still try to get your bachelor's degree with your convict

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Thanks for A2A.

Let's see your case from two dimensions.

One dimension: somehow you finish your bachelor's degree, you keep an odd percentage of 60 as your aggregate, with a year back. By having other such interesting skills as coding, your practical experience will allow you to get a decent job in a multinational company. You work for a year or two and then you think about applying for the MS in the US All of this will improve your overall profile and eventually improve you to get an offer of a above-decent master's degree.

Another dimension: you will still try to get your bachelor's degree with your conviction and you will find that you cannot get a job. Then you make the decision to do masters from the USA. Start preparing for your entrance exams and achieve above-average scores. Your chances of getting into a good university increase if you have very high scores on tests like GRE and TOEFL. So, hypothetically, you get good scores and get into a good college. You do, and after 2 years you start looking for work again. Now this time, if your scores are good, you get a job. His scores are low again, he does not get a job, he returns to India with the burden on his head of paying off debts.

In short, whatever you do, be calculating, understand the advantages and disadvantages of each step you take. Maybe you can do it right.

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That won't be a problem unless the company that hires you strictly mentions that the gaps are a strict NO for them.

If you are meeting all of their eligibility criteria and if they have not mentioned anywhere about the gap that is rarely mentioned by any company, then it will not be difficult for you to get the job.

Also be prepared with an appropriate answer that justifies your gap in case you are asked the reason for the gap.

I have friends who, even after having a hole or a fall like you mentioned, got into good companies with good salary packages.

It's basically about how you meet your eligibility criteria and how you

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That won't be a problem unless the company that hires you strictly mentions that the gaps are a strict NO for them.

If you are meeting all of their eligibility criteria and if they have not mentioned anywhere about the gap that is rarely mentioned by any company, then it will not be difficult for you to get the job.

Also be prepared with an appropriate answer that justifies your gap in case you are asked the reason for the gap.

I have friends who, even after having a hole or a fall like you mentioned, got into good companies with good salary packages.

Basically, it's about meeting your eligibility criteria and your interview performance.

See the thread below:

Sundararajan Seshadri's answer to If we have a gap of one year after completing graduation without having a job, what should we answer to the interviewer?

Sundararajan Seshadri's answer to How can I restart my career after a gap?

Sundararajan Seshadri's answer to What happens when there is more than a year of difference after graduation?

Sundararajan Seshadri's answer to I have a gap of 1½ years after my master's degree in 2014. What are my chances of getting a job in any software company with that gap of 2 years?

The short answer: Yes, you can get a job. But it will take a lot of effort. Comp

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See the thread below:

Sundararajan Seshadri's answer to If we have a gap of one year after completing graduation without having a job, what should we answer to the interviewer?

Sundararajan Seshadri's answer to How can I restart my career after a gap?

Sundararajan Seshadri's answer to What happens when there is more than a year of difference after graduation?

Sundararajan Seshadri's answer to I have a gap of 1½ years after my master's degree in 2014. What are my chances of getting a job in any software company with that gap of 2 years?

The short answer: Yes, you can get a job. But it will take a lot of effort. Companies that take soft drinks typically allow graduates from the current and previous year.

Yes! You will get a good job based on your interview / skill level. Since you have shown an interest in space exploration, let me tell you one thing, NASA does not employ anyone who has never failed before in their life. So if you want to apply for NASA, you can. Don't worry about the college you're good at in college versus the college you've chosen. You can apply for the job you need with the degree you have. You just need to be really convincing in your speech about why you chose the particular field and how you excelled in another field.

Health!

I can say that your work has nothing to do with your academic qualifications, at work you only need the ability to handle the people around you,

  1. if you manage your interview (means managing the people in the interview) you win a job
  2. If you manage your colleagues (again people) you will enjoy our work
  3. If you manage your client (again people) the boss will be happy

So learning to handle people is important and not grades

In the event that you have managed and made people happier with every other skill you have, and you will swing in engineering too boss, just keep hope in yourself
You will do
your best

If you have a valid reason for the gap in studies and you have good technical knowledge, you don't have to worry about your career.

Nothing plays a big role except technicalities and the expression of thoughts to get a good job.

Many of the companies do not care about all things, if you are satisfied enough.

All the best.

Yes. Once you start looking for a job off campus, it really won't matter if you have a one-year gap. The only problem is that even for graduates without any one-year gap it is difficult to find a decent job.

Yes, why aren't there always off-campus placements and a lot of companies that recruit fourth-year students? His tenure begins a year later, when the company requires employees not to hire him or give him a letter of admission until they need it. It occurs mainly in IT sectors. But if you have a good resume and can answer everything you have written there, of course you can get a job.

It depends on the location and ability of the candidate.

First, through exams, one can join the PSUs.

Second, there is an advantage for people staying in cities, as they can go directly to businesses. Especially the hiring firms usually consider candidates willing to move to remote locations.

If the grades are good, even after one year, it is not a problem, providing a valid reason that the candidate gives to be unemployed for one year.

Let me tell you my story.

I am a 24 year old boy. My B.Tech was supposed to be completed in 2016. But unfortunately I have 10 jobs pending at the moment, including 2 lab ones. So somewhere or another I will be in your position or worse in the near future.

So technically I am not a graduate.

But the twist is that until now I have left a job, in which I worked with one of the multinationals as an associate.

So, I would say that it is not the title that prevented you from getting a job, but your lack of confidence.

Go to any metropolitan city, take your resume, hone your communication skills and try so many acr car tours

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Let me tell you my story.

I am a 24 year old boy. My B.Tech was supposed to be completed in 2016. But unfortunately I have 10 jobs pending at the moment, including 2 lab ones. So somewhere or another I will be in your position or worse in the near future.

So technically I am not a graduate.

But the twist is that until now I have left a job, in which I worked with one of the multinationals as an associate.

So, I would say that it is not the title that prevented you from getting a job, but your lack of confidence.

Go to any metropolitan city, bring your resume, hone your communication skills and try so many walking tours around the city with complete confidence and trust me, at the end of the day you will have 3 jobs minimum.

So what should you do now?

Well, not even God can answer that, only you have to figure it out.

People can only suggest you and my suggestion will be, do what you want to do, but do it with total zeal and confidence, rest, everything will follow.

Should you change your way?

It is completely up to you. If you want, you can, but you must have a proper plan taking into account your future and of course the job market.

I am currently working as a Technical Recruiter, well I changed my path but for a short period of time. Since it will take a little longer to clear my arrears.

So once I get my graduate degree, I will change my path again.

So going back to the first part of the question, 'To date you have no job', even I was scared like anything when I left my university without any location on campus.

But look at me now, time has run its own course.

The guy who had no job once is now helping professionals get better jobs for them.

Sounds good right? :)

So stop regretting it and keep trying ...

"If you have to shine like the sun, then you have to burn like the sun."

-Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

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