Engineer your Life
Engineers use their creativity and analytical skills to invent, design, and build things that matter. They are team players with independent minds who ask, “How can we develop a better recycling system to protect the environment, design a school that can withstand an earthquake, or create cutting-edge special effects for the movies?” By dreaming up creative and practical solutions, engineers are changing the world all the time.
The following are the reasons why you should do Engineering, at ITM Univeristy, Raipur
It is extremely important to find a life’s work that is satisfying, work that you want to do. Engineering could very well be that life’s work.
Engineering is a field that touches almost every aspect of a person's life. The day you walk up the aisle to receive your degree in Engineering, you have opened all doors. There is nothing you cannot become from that time forward!
Do you like intellectual stimulation? Do you enjoy tackling challenging problems? If so, you'll get plenty of both in engineering. As an engineer you will work on challenging "open-ended" problems (ones in which there is no one "correct" solution). Your job will be to select "the best" from among several solutions that meet the required objectives.
Engineering education "exercises" your brain much the way weight-lifting or aerobics exercises your body--and the results are remarkably similar. The only difference is that physical exercise improves your body, while mental exercise improves your mind. As your engineering studies progress, therefore, your abilities to solve problems and think critically will increasingly grow stronger.
Just about everything engineers do benefits society in some way. Engineers develop transportation systems that help people and products move about so easily. Engineers design the buildings we live and work in. Engineers devise the systems that deliver our water and electricity, design the machinery that produces our food, and develop the medical equipment that keeps us healthy. Almost everything we use was made possible by engineers.
Engineers play critical, ubiquitous roles in sustaining our nation's international competitiveness, in maintaining our standard of living, in ensuring a strong national security, in improving our health, and in protecting public safety. Thus the profession of Engineering affects our lives in many vital, significant ways.
Beyond the engineering process itself, the need for engineers to think creatively is greater now than ever before, because we are in a time when the rate of social and technological changes has greatly accelerated. Only through creativity can we cope with and adapt to these changes. If you like to question, explore, invent, discover, and create, then engineering would be an ideal profession for you.