Top Non-IITians Who Makes Big In Life And Left Us Inspired.
Non-IITians: For some people, failing in IIT-JEE is looked upon as a big failure in their life. However, it is not the end of the world. Many have failed at IIT-JEE and have emerged successful in their lives.
Some of the most successful people haven’t even appeared for the exams! So, what is it that makes it the most ‘competitive’ exam ever? Well, it’s the herd mentality which has made the exams look like some demon that would gobble up the aspirant!
Here are some famous people who did not stop at their failure at IIT-JEE…
Satya’s example shows that you don’t have to be an IITian to make an impact on the world.
It’s a big thing to achieve what Satya Nadella has achieved today. The man who heads the billion-dollar company is not an IIT-ian! Satya, in fact, he studied at Manipal Institute of Technology.
When Pullela Gopichand failed an exam at IIT that he decided to concentrate on studies.
The Chief badminton coach Pullela Gopichand, who guided Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu to Olympic medal wrote the engineering exam but failed.
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Vinod Dham the man who is known as the ‘Father of the Pentium Chip,’ failed at IIT-JEE exam.
Dham’s success story is well-known as he started from scratch. He came to the US with empty pockets. While barely making, ends meet, he completed his graduation and found a job for himself at Intel and, the rest is history.
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The 1st Indian woman in space failed to crack the JEE exam, but that did not break Kalpana Chawla’s dream that Placing into NASA.
Kalpana did not clear the JEE exams and therefore decided to get an Aeronautical Engineering Degree from PEC (Punjab Engineering College). She went to the US and did her MS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington and PhD in the subject from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
The biologist of Indian-American-British structural and He won a Nobel Prize in chemistry failed to clear entrance tests for both the IITs and for a reputed medical college.
He said: “My parents were somewhat old-fashioned; they did not believe in coaching classes (in preparation for entrance test),” Ramakrishnan told a packed J N Tata Auditorium when he came to address students in 2010.
These People are a great example of how an IIT degree isn’t mandatory to lead a successful life. Believe that failing an IIT exam isn’t the end of the world.