Any Indian can vouch for the fact the people here are obsessed with engineering, parents more than the people pursuing the course. There is joke in India that people decide their career path after obtaining an engineering degree. Thus, most of the times these engineers seem to take up professions which are completely different from the degree they hold, and what is even shocking is that they turn out to be very successful in it. Below are some people who too saw such a turn in their life:
1. Anil Kumble
This person requires absolutely no introduction. Known as â€œJumboâ€, he is the former captain of Indian cricket team and the third highest wicket taker in test cricket. He is also known to be one of the greatest leg spinners in cricketâ€™s history. One would be shocked to know this such a successful cricketer holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the RashtreeyaVidyalaya College of Engineering (RVCE).
Again, for any person who follows cricket, this name is not a new one. He is currently a full time commentator of Cricket and is also a TV presenter. He also had brief time with a sports management company and an advertising agency. During his under graduation, he studied chemical engineering from the Osmania University post which he undertook a PGDM degree from the prestigious IIM-Ahmedabad.
He is one of the most famous novelist in India, one who gave novels a new meaning to the youth. He started his career as a writer with the book Five Point Someone and since then there has been no turning back. His books have been accepted so well by the Indians, that they have been turned into movie scripts as well. But before sweeping people off with his words, he took a degree in mechanical engineering from none other than Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. After that he also did an MBA from IIM-Ahmedabad.
This man made a debut in the TV screen with the TV show â€œPavitraRishtaâ€. Before becoming famous in both TV soaps and Bollywood, Sushant Singh Rajput did Mechanical Engineering from the very reputed Delhi College of Engineering. While he was in college, he developed an interest towards acting and since then his career took a turn.
Currently known as a model and an actor, who got famous after his negative role in the famous movie â€œDabanggâ€. However, before getting into the glamourous world, he studied electronics engineering from YeshwantroChavan College of Engineering, Nagpur.