So many of us undergraduate engineers always ask this question, so i'm just going to put it out there and tell me what u think....
"does marks matter for jobs???"
and another questions that many of my friends ask me but i do not know how to answer it.
"if your first and second year u have a 2.0 average for both and then suddenly in 3rd and 4th year u go up to 3.5 because u becomes more slightly interested in what you're learning will this effects anything? as in will they look at the 2.0 average and judge u base on it?"
Let me say something from my side.
I was not topper in my diploma college but i get admission in Degree college and after that even i was failed in 3rd year and in that time i learn Embedded systems and after completing my B.E i get the job while some of my friends who have better marks are still searching for job.
So i don't think mark is MUST but yes if you want to go in some good company then they might ask you for at-least first class or Distinction.
yeah,,,,,,i also think so....marks are important........marks matters....
why not start your own company ?😎godfather..... but yes if you want to go in some good company then they might ask you for at-least first class or Distinction.
A talented person can make his mark(not the 'mark' discussed about above) anywhere and anyhow. But there should be determination tagging along with those talents!
I will do that. And also planning for same Opty. 😀optimystixwhy not start your own company ?😎
this is not new to me and i am repeatedly saying knowledge is important than marks
Thats a great news dude! All the best 😀godfatherI will do that. And also planning for same Opty. 😀
he''s 100 % right ....... marks jst matters for entry into MNC's not all the companiespraveenscienceProve your mettle, and you can work on!!! 😀 Marks are just an Entry Level Craap! 😛
And these MNCs prefer them! Oh my god!!! 😲EEnanohahaha thats interesting.. thats what u call cheating😛 haha.. i know a few people who are reallyy good at exams writing. they dont know anything before the exams and literally walk out of the exams have more knowledge then walking in.. lol... weird..
What I feel is it largely depends on the individual. If you are able to leave an impression on the interviewer, an impression good enough that he is convinced he is making a right choice in selecting you, BINGO! There you are.
As quoted in above posts, most of the companies provide project specific training immediately after joining. So somewhere they know that they will put into you the knowledge they need to put into use. It is your Out of Box capability, like your confidence and X-Factor which they primarily seek.
Marks matters only to enter into any company. But after entering into any organization then you should have skill to servive in any company.
Marks doesn't matters untill you have knowledge of serviving in any company and able to solve any given problem.
@Ankita Katdare · Mar 6, 2014