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Engineering is incredible. Here are a few miraculous examples to prove that engineering is more than just a career option.

Let’s agree to the fact that in India, we have a situation with ‘engineering’. It could either be a “Boon or bane” which means, it could turn out to be beneficial or harmful (in some cases).

It’s all good when you get the benefits out of something, in which you’ve had spent a lot of your time! But what’s not going right with those who can’t make situations any better.

There is an issue in projection of this profession!

When we normally talk about engineering, we prioritize the need to have a decent job. Which is not wrong really, but it is when your only aim is to be a certified candidate to of an esteemed organization.

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Where is the creativity?

The creativity gets left out when your behavior is too predictable and structured. Think of someone great like Charles Babbage for instance. Babbage developed plans for the analytical engine, the forerunner of the modern digital computer. What do you think he was thinking before providing the scientific, engineering and mathematical advancements to the world? Certainly not desperate to work for someone else!

Here are some examples of mesmerizing inventors who dug deep into science and engineering and discovered millions of magnificent ways to help the world.

George Stephenson

Known as the ‘Father of Railways’, George built the first public intercity railway line in the world. He was an English civil and mechanical engineer who invented the rail gauge, which is now the standard gauge for most countries.

James Watt

A Scottish inventor, mechanical engineer, and chemist who improved on Thomas Newcomen's 1712 Newcomen steam engine with his Watt steam engine in 1776, which was fundamental to the changes brought by the Industrial Revolution in both his native Great Britain and the rest of the world.

Nikola Tesla

He is known for his contribution to the design of the modern alternating current electricity supply system. Was a Serbian-American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, physicist with a futuristic vision! While the engineers today seek admission on JEE Main rank, Tesla worked on real-life projects like the radio, X-ray machines and induction motors. Truly one of a kind. Now let's talk about his controversial mate...

Thomas Edison

Edison has also invented a number of other things like the motion picture camera, stock ticker, and battery for the electric car, a mechanical vote recorder and the phonograph. He is Primarily known for inventing the light bulb. He was also among the first ones to practice mass production for his inventions, manufacturing on a large scale. He has around 1093 US patents on his name and many more outside the US. He was an excellent engineer.

Amar Gopal Bose

An electrical engineer and sound engineer, he was a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for over 45 years. He was also the founder and chairman of Bose Corporation. In 2011, he donated a majority of the company to MIT in the form of non-voting shares to sustain and advance MIT's education and research mission.

George Stephenson

Rightly called the ‘Father of Railways’. George built the first public intercity railway line in the world. He was an English civil and mechanical engineer who invented the rail gauge, which is now the standard gauge for most countries.

These are some examples of monumental engineering, and there are literally too many to name a few. Our only intention is to get the true importance of engineering before you.

But, before you get any wrong ideas, we want to make it clear that you should only say yes to a job where your responsibilities will help the establishment to reach its mission while you keep developing your own personally as well!

We help our future aspirants to be the forthcoming technocrats. We do care for your well-being and want you to be satisfied with your choice of academics.

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