[Ilugc] [OFF TOPIC] For the future of engg coll standards
Chakkaradeep C C
chaks.yoper at gmail.com
Tue Jan 17 20:12:09 IST 2006
On 1/17/06, benjamin <benjaminrtz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't mean to generalize here. Ppl go to coaching centers, learn
> easy/shortcut methods to solve problems, master the tricks may be.
> many clear the entrance test, probably still without thorough
> understanding of concepts.
> Alright, three years later, after passing 12th from TN board, I met ppl
> the same class, doing BE CS in one of the reputed Engg Colleges in town
> (that time in their third year). As far as I can tell, they didn't seem
> have any love/interest for the subject.
> Coming to the point, how many student opted for Engineering course (IT,
> here) because they love it? And how many does simply because the scope is
> good, parents like the idea, they hear so many success stories, because it
> is the trend.
> Could this be the reason why there are always so many BE candidates for
> god damn job interviews?
> "To mug up" according to this link
> is to "to study hard " not necessarily learning by heart lessons without
> understanding. It probably has become a local slang to refer to learning
> heart without
> understanding. My assumptions, that is.
> Whatever, I say those who work hard, should get the reward.
> Anyway, if one can score high marks by mugging up (as in what it is meant
> locally), say the fault lies with the education/examination system.
> Q. Explain ........... in detail exactly as given in the text book.( Then
> will give you full mark)
> That's IMHO.
i agree totally with the above points...when i completed my 12th in 2000, i
didnt have more workload.now the workload is more,dont know why a comp
student shud learn all languages...and we computer engineers know that it
will take some time to excel in one language since practice is required..but
if you take 12th syllabus, you will find all languages - java,visual basic,
c,c ++..what is the use?...nothing, just you can boast that it is
there...there is no chane you can get practical experience...
coming to tnpcee, no way you can judge a person using his tnpcee
result...tnpcee is just sheer luck, not a single school can train students
that much for tnpcee, its only few who succeed....
and the current education scenario is bad according to me...i mean, it is
not necessary to bring such a workload...
and anna university gives mark if you write the same as how is in the book,
so what would students do?, phrame definitions on their own?..ask them to
try, you will find him sitting for exam another year...
> benjamin rualthanzauva
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