Is IIT really worth it academically? | Education System's Reality | SHOCKING TRUTH | IITB Rooms



Hello everyone! This is a very serious video because I've been thinking since a long time to make this video. Finally I've got the time today to make it. First of all, let me tell you that; how can I summarize it in one line, IIT is like getting into a marriage if you get it, it's bad; if you don't get it, it bad too. Please don't get me wrong; this is a very serious issue I want to talk about. We as kids go to Kota, we spend a lot of time there, 2-3 years without family, without going to festivals and all that stuff you all know about that. I'm not trying to disrespect the IITs', I totally love being here The infrastructure is so good (probably the best in the nation) except hostels. You can see on the screen the condition of the hostels in IIT Bombay. This room is like one of the largest ones in our Hostel 6. The other rooms are even smaller than this and the ambience is actually so bad. Okay, that's not a problem, it's totally fine. But when you come to the IITs' in the first year, you come with big dreams like you've been taught so well in Kota or wherever you've been enrolled earlier. So, you may think that the same level of good teaching would be followed in the IITs' too by the professors teaching here. You might've thought that you'll learn something new and not just theoretical concepts but that's totally not true. Okay, it seriously hurts a lot when this actually happens. For eg., Maths is my most favourite subject. The people who've been following me know that Maths is my favourite subject. But what actually happened during the first day of classes here in IITB; that's basically the first official class here which was a Maths class (MA 105) and I was ver y excited for it. The other students were also excited as it was the first class and moreover, that too Maths. But it was such a bad class to be honest. It was not Maths basically, it was like Inorganic Chemistry or something even worse than it. It was not something lovable as Maths. Gradually, the no. of students attending the classes decreased as it happens in almost every other course. I've learnt a very important life lesson here. The professors are very intelligent (obviously as they've done PhD and everything from the world renowned unversities). But I've realised a thing that if you're an intelligent student, it doesn't necessarily mean that you'll be a great teacher too. A good teacher is one who explains the hardest concepts in the easiest possible manner. Okay, that is a good teacher actually. Honestly, I'm making this video from the bottom of my heart. I apologize for making this video but someone has to present the truth. So, dont't keep your expectation very high.

50 thoughts on “Is IIT really worth it academically? | Education System's Reality | SHOCKING TRUTH | IITB Rooms”

  1. Age 10-20 : everyone judges you by your career… You're considered a good student if you're studying in iit or medical courses

    Age 30-40 : everyone judges you how much you earn…no one gives a shit what you do…they just see your bank balance and worth

    Age 20-30 : the prime time of your life…don't waste it

  2. Yes totally correct I am from IIT kharagpur, some professors are excellent but majority of them are soo not artistic..Science is a form of art..we need mentors for that…you are correct bro

  3. bayaa.present I am iit coaching in Hyderabad.i interested integrated ph.d.i request totally iit university in Mumbai clz fees and facilites show the one video plz

  4. Teaching:art of making knowledge interesting in the easiest way by respecting learner with positive attitude,hope,patience,good language of word …

  5. I'm in class 11th…nd i wanna know that how should i prepare for jee please tell me bro i m very depressed…

  6. Yes, I totally agree with you Mr. Sachin, when I had gone to IIT my expectations were so high but as the day proceeds it eventually it falls down, I also do admit that some professor are extremely great & knowledgable with the incredible skill of teaching but their quantity is very less. Whatever we have to do we have to take full responsibility for our life & work extremely hard to achieve it.

  7. IITians do a B tech degree… B tech stands for bachelors in technology and engineering. After passing from an IIT a student must become an engineer, not a manager. For management IIMs exist. IIT is not for preparing students to enter corporate world, rather it is for creating world class engineers. Unfortunately today IITs don't produce engineers. They produce managers, investment bankers, educators, politicians, actors, authors and what not. This is a gross injustice to the term b tech and this system of IITs is not serving the purpose that it is meant for…. Sad but TRUE!

  8. The thing you told is very correct.
    The IITs aren't just famous because of the standard of teaching or anything. They are mainly famous and prestigious because of the students, who are among the BEST (literally) in the country. The competition and the level of these students is what gives every student an inspiration to do better and better.
    Really nice videoπŸ‘πŸ‘

  9. You are absolutely right.India ke har college me yhi haal h. Top vhi krta h jo teachers ke aage piche ghumta h.Coaching time me mera maths sbse acha tha batch me itna mzza aata tha pdhne me ab vo baat hi nhi h.Professors hi main reason h iska vo attendance dene aate pdhana aata nhi h .Har ek din me depressed feel krti hu. Ab toh bht baar esa hota h ki pdhke bhi no. nhi aa pate kuch na kuch reh hi jata h. govt. ko kuch krna chahiye professors vhi bnaye jaye jinki teaching quality achi ho.

  10. I studied from a private engineering college. I never had a chance to be in IIT. I chose to study in a Private engineering college around my home over NIT. But somehow I don't regret not being in one. During my classes in my US university, most of my classmates were from IIT. Even where I work most of my colleagues are from IITs.I feel, if you have the passion of becoming an Engineer, IIT might help you in India, even in getting admission in better universities abroad but then you feel no difference. It's all the same.

    IITs NITs are nothing but a caste system based in education :P. To be frank I enjoyed each and every day during my study in Bachelors and even before it.

  11. Bro i totally can understand u, maths is not my favorite subject only bcoz of teachers, the delivery content that they used to give us, this is the reason i disliked mathematics a lot, but trust me now i love that subject when i started learning from youtube, online learning is far, much far better than paying hefty amount of fees in coaching, i will do my PhD from IIT Roorkee as i have been selected there n in future if i become a professor i wont do injustice with hardworking students like u, thnks

  12. I was expecting a first class ultra spacious room but what is this thing!!!!how are you saying that it's not a problem you took many efforts.
    Why are there such low quality stuff like the projector you said, also the teacher!!!!how can they be so careless!!!!

  13. I am from IIT kharagpur and this video is 100% true me myself is very disappointed with it i used to study 8 to 10 hours a day sacrifice everything even i left my parents for 2 years ( when i was studying in chandigarh for IIT JEE) never played holi or diwali for past 2 years and now it feel like I wasted my 2 years because of study i never enjoyed my life like others who are also studying in almost equally good colleges i.e. Bits pilani or VIT.so please i request every JEE aspirants you should study hard but also enjoy your last 2 years of school life.

  14. Hello bhai…I am newly entered in 11th class and taking maths group…

    Want to be iitians…Can uhh make time schedules…Something like time table for us…Want to study hard want to crack jee mains and advance…how can we do it…Is it necessary to take foundation classes in 11th standard..Bhai pls help mee…Make two videos first one is how to crack these exams and study time table..And second for full info of iit necessary things pls bhai help me…I beg uhh plsπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

  15. Hi, I am an intern at AIIMS, i expected to meet the most beautiful brains the country in AIIMS when i got in , but i was devastated.
    I want the young kids to know 1 thing. The Frustration from these courses is also because of the way people are expected to prepare while trying to get in these institutes like teacher oriented as in coaching clasess. But if you love your subjects and have the ability to go beyond grades then there is no dearth of opportunities too. But i must warn you. You have to actively go out and create opportunities for yourself.

    I would share one instance…in internship in aiims no one learns much, its a clerical thing, where students fill in forms, take samples and prepare mcq for post graduation and as teachers know it, they are not too interested in students too. But if you have the guts to show up in operation theater while others sleep and bug your seniors with question, then even if 100 bad teachers snub you, you will find 1 who will guide you. 1 good teacher who did not teach because he felt that students were not interested.
    And it is actually a high level of grandiosity which we give to these institute is a cause of our own frustration. It all depends on your own dedication and passion. And yes we do meet people like us.
    But, If we go into disillsionment then , what is not disillusioning.? Civil service where people work very hard for years to clear UPSC ,find themselves pleasing the politicians.
    So in the end what matters is have a realistic idea of what you must expect and stay optimistic. Pessimism has never helped anyone.
    And yes know other activities as well. Like i think if i do not continue as a doctor , i will play violin or take swimming classes πŸ˜›

  16. I am from IIT Delhi.. I agree with you. Education system in our needs a big change. We have degraded it to a extent. There's difference between education and learning, hope we understand this before it's too late. And that change will begin with us 🀟

  17. There is a big difference in Theory & practical! I am working in hydraulics company & was assigned a project to explain it to a professor from premiure institute. Trust me when i explained him i felt the difference of theory and practical world…!

  18. Hi Sachin you catched the exact nerve. I mean we have given such kind of hype to iits . Not getting into iit is termed as a huge failure.
    And you said the right thing it's teachers who can boost your interest in a subject or they can make it worst. Good job.

  19. This is the harsh reality, it's sad but it's true..whatever said in this video is so damn true! It really hurts.. after all the efforts we put in we get this. No offence to the professors..they are great.. but still it doesn't make us happy..

  20. True, students are like sponges. Better the facilities they are provided better they become. This what I call brand value, it is just to get this IIT tag. Even I was disappointed for setting my expectations so high.

  21. Been there… The first few days were heart breaking…. Second year aane tak, bilkul numb ho chuka tha…

  22. This is not just iit but all the engineering colleges in India.
    Students don't feel like attending classes because the teachers don't teach anything in college.

  23. I am really intrstd in maths bt i dont know anything about technology n i also dont like it.
    mujse sbi ne kaha maths me interested ho to jee ke liye prepare kro kya ye sahi hAI?
    i am in 10 cls N I m so confused.

  24. Teachers k baare me apne jo bola that is exactly the same condition in COEP..Im from COEP…koi dhangse nahi padhata

  25. bhaiya plz make video on acnn we change branch in iit bobbay in 2nd semester after admission

  26. Bhai suno yaar mujhe issaal2019 mein 89.45 percentile aaya hai toh mujhe move on karna hai ya drop lena chahiye bhai suno yaar pls I am in a big trouble pls make sure that you reply me as it is making me negative I hope that you would understand my feeling bhai pls batana yaar bhai ke naate reply karna bhai

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