What makes any Engineering college better?
Though there is no doubt to the fact that good tech companies may come from anywhere, the fact clearly angle to favor the graduates from premier engineering college. So, what makes them better?
Most of the shareholders who invest their money on any tech company tend to seek founders and CEOs who have had a productive background, along with a degree from a professional Engineering and Technology college. Not to forget, they do not compromise with these in way to check your skills though.
As per a recent study IITians have bagged more than 25 million jobs worldwide. But, it would not be wrong to say that India consists of a couple of good technical institutes other than IITs or IIMs. Get ready to find out which college is producing the maximum number of tech professionals in Rajasthan. The results were pretty shocking. Not even a handful of NITs finish to the Top 10 list.Arya College Jaipur is amongst the top Engineering and Technology institutes in Jaipur that has undoubtedly shown 99% of placement guarantee from top brands and IT companies which ranks the institutes as one of the best engineering colleges in Rajasthan.
Not to doubt that IITs and IIMs have produced enough entrepreneurs to go a long way in the industry. However, one cannot deny the fact that they select toppers and produce professionals out of them. Whereas Arya, have a criteria to select even the average students and bring out entrepreneurs out of them. This takes a lot of effort, time and credibility.
Now, let’s check out the education system or basics that the college follows. India’s large scale education challenge is real. It takes a lot to cater to the educational needs of one of the states, Rajasthan. The numbers of children that enter the education stream of technology each year are in millions.
One should thus focus on targeted scale that is required by the present learners, not follow a readily available education practice from co-tech schools. Designing for such a scale is a big deal for many. And the only role models that exist are retail multinational companies that have created large volume operations with deep access into the interiors.
Not quite the role model that education needs. Even as there are lessons to share direct from the industry. When McDonalds came in they had a business model and menu completely based on the standard US food and culinary needs. They failed initially, then changed it to Indian standards by introducing Mc Aloo Tikki. The rest you all know, you’re loving it!
In designing for education, one needs to differentiate between scale and swell.
The idea seems to create schools with targeted qualifications for teachers, identical curriculum and student performance assumed according to age. One must be able to adapt to the needs of the students and be responsive to the local resources available. This is where Arya fits in!
The institute’s main idea is to reach local learners and prospects with global teaching standards.