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.