Most Indians have this stereotypical thought that there is no proper academic life that has a good quality beyond the walls of the bunch of IITs. This is what has given India a backseat. Moving away from the stereotypes, one has to accept a few things related to the IITs and JEEs.

  • One of the most difficult examinations in this whole planet happens to be IIT-JEE and qualifying these are not an easy job.
  • The IITs have one of the best infrastructures and faculties in the world.
  • Lastly, there is a life beyond the walls of IIT and has quality as well undoubtedly.

Not cracking the IITs does not mean that your valuable life has come to an end because there are various options available these days. Way better opportunities are flooding now than what the scenario was years back during the times of our parents. A few of them are discussed below.

Other Engineering Colleges

Even if you are unable to make it through the IITs or NITs or BITS Pilani, never shall you lose hope. India has various reputed colleges for engineering like Institute of Technology of Banaras Hindu University, Vellore Institute of Technology, Amity University, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, etc. They offer UG and PG programmes in the fields of engineering and allied as well.

Studying Abroad

What is the big issue if you couldn’t crack any IITs or NITs or Engineering colleges in India! There are several opportunities abroad as well in the field of engineering. The colleges of engineering in the United States or United Kingdom or Canada are very good options for an academic excellence. Not only will they provide you with latest courses but also with an upgraded curriculum in order to meet the industry’s demands so that even the technology that’s updated also can be matched by the students from the colleges abroad. Starting from molecular engineering, it has hundreds of options that also include environmental engineering and aerospace engineering. Institutes like Mississippi State University and Sheridan College provide these courses. So not getting into IIT is not the end of the world.