It’s every scholar’s dream to get a world-class education in top world universities. But is constantly damaged by the typical cost for basic items and excessive educational expenses. Now and again, these fantasies get to run at the choice degree of some first-rate colleges as students are not passed-out from famous institutions.
However, an Indian student has opposed the standards as well as has proceeded to get offers to assistant with more than 10 universities, which a few researchers long to go to yet only sometimes get an opportunity.
Abhishek Agrahari, an engineering student, is beyond happy after entry-level position offers came his way from the UK’s University of Oxford and the USA’s Pennsylvania State University and the University of Illinois, and some other top world universities.
Previously, he worked with some famous institutes like IIT Kanpur on fluid dynamics and has offers from the institute’s centers in Kharagpur, and Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on gas turbine engine and IIT Bombay on fluid-structure interaction, Indore, and Madras.
The 20-year-old added that research has enticed him from starting as he does not like following what has been done in the mainstream. Abhishek often wanted to explore something new. He likes to research into subjects like fluids, the black hole.
Abhishek further added that the foreign universities are slightly progressed in terms of quality of research, infrastructure, as compared to what we are doing. Besides, you also get a great agreement of international susceptibility.
Moreover, he said convincing the interviewers was not a cakewalk, the universities blindly believe in the IIT students instead of giving students who studied from private universities a chance. The whole process was very difficult for him.
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Abhishek Agrahari said while entering the gates of Harvard, Oxford, and Yale to go to class might seem far-fetched, but the key to the dream lies in one’s sincerity, hard work, and honesty with the goal is worked upon. He constantly believed that if they (IITans) could get there, why can’t he?” he concluded