Why Engineers In India Make Good CEOs

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Engineering as a career has been attracting thousands of students every year in India and the number of aspirants taking the engineering entrance exam each year is the evidence to this fact. The worrisome scenario of engineering graduates in India could be well understood by the fact that only fewer of 1.5 million graduates who pass out engineering every month are getting hired. In fact, another latest report highlights the worsening scenario of Indian education scenario. The report, citing a recent study, claims that 95% of IT engineering graduates are unfit for programming jobs.

Regardless of that, not many of them know about the pool of career options available for them. Also, they most of the times don’t know from where to begin. Why? Because of the boom in the education industry, coaching institutes have mushroomed all over the country and each claim to offer exceptional results, the outcome of which is confusion in the mind of the students.

In a fierce battle between all the coaching institutes, Aakash Institute has emerged as a leader in providing quality education and guidance to students aiming to get into an IIT. The success rate and Aakash Coaching review received from all parts of the country are exceptional and keep growing each passing year. They have successfully produced brilliant engineers and would continue to do so, by being on the top of the education ladder. The course structure and well-read faculty make this institute one of the best coaching centres in the country.

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While every engineering aspirant dreams of making it to the IIT, not many of them think of it as a ladder of reaching new heights of success. Interestingly, for some, IIT is just the first step towards their success. They dare to dream and are visionary enough to see things beyond IIT. From Sachin Bansal, the owner of Flipkart to Deepinder Goyal, the mastermind behind Zomato, they are all IIT graduates who took the Indian Start-Up sector by a storm. Here are a few reasons that support the fact that why engineers make good CEOs.

Engineers Have a Rational and Practical Approach

The fundamental principle behind the success of any organisation is keeping in mind the real balance between cost versus performance. Engineering teaches one to do things in a more efficient and eloquent manner than others. It gives a sense of calculation and attention to detail. Engineer CEOs not only think about the design and coding of the product but also keep in mind the end user behaviour. They know that even the smallest things matter.

Engineers Always Find a Way That’s Faster and Cheaper

Technology excites engineers. They are always open to learning something new, something that can help them build their product better. Whether they are testing a new gadget or learning about a new technology, they leave no stone unturned when having a task in hand. This trait helps them grow big and give their business new heights each year.

Engineers Tend to Be Stubborn

The constant reminder that something won’t work, the approach is not good, the market is not prepared, or the idea is not good enough makes them a little tenacious. To succeed with an idea in such an environment, engineers tend to become stubborn, and they start to enjoy situations labelled as impossible as others and don’t leave it unless they thrive. Criticism is one thing that never leaves engineers. It makes it fun for them to go ahead and achieve what others think as “impossible.”

To be a CEO, it requires lots of hard work and dedication. In the past years, IITians have become the masters of alternate career choices. From opening e-commerce websites to writing books, they are just everywhere and have done it all! The qualities that they imbibe during the learning journey makes them great at managing people and thinking differently about their business.

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