Like the death camps in Auschwitz and the Gas Chambers, the American Software Engineer has had to come to face the reality of the American Holocaust – the Death Camp system of replacing SIX MILLION AMERICAN engineers – brilliant hard working people – with low IQ savages from India. Three GAO studies found that most of these H-1B genociders had fake degrees and fake resumes. The hard work that American engineers did to get real degrees and real education in engineering means little. The Slag labor is cheaper and that’s all the MBAs care about. They slap themselves on the back and take their million dollar bonus home and buy a ferrari.
The odor is thick with curry and unwashed armpits. It’s lunchtime at MacroMedia/Autocad. They have fired all their American engineers and now it’s a curry den. And they have a Team of Indian cooks to feed them their stinky curries. Once their numbers get high enough, working there as an American becomes such vitriol that the remaining Americans all leave. Whats left is a low IQ husk fraud of engineers who cannot innovate. They simply take paychecks home and laugh. In silicon valley they are like piranhas feeding off the carcas. Now more than 80% of the engineers in America’s silicon valley are now Indians here on the H-1B genocide visa. No one cares.
Are these slags from India really the geniuses that American Media says they are ? No, they are bottom of the barrel low IQ horrors. Check out this study…
A few years ago, a McKinsey report said just a quarter of engineersin India were actually employable. Of late, some other studies put it at less than 20%. Recently, a survey by employability assessment firm Aspiring Minds said 95% of Indian engineers can’t code.
Though graduates from India’s premiere engineering colleges such as the IITs are still in demand, it is the thousands of other engineering colleges and ITIs that churn out millions of graduates every year whose employability is questionable.
There is a glut of engineers in the country and most of them are not employable. Old problems of low-quality education and outdated curricula have become more pronounced with automation and emerging technology reshaping businesses.
The problem that has been growing for the last nearly two decades is the over-capacity of colleges.
That’s why the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) wants to close down about 800 engineering colleges across India. There are no takers for their seats, and admissions are plunging in these institutions every year.
Nearly 150 colleges are closed down voluntarily every year due to stricter AICTE rules. According to a rule of the council, colleges that lack proper infrastructure and report less than 30% admissions for five consecutive years will have to be shut down. AICTE has approved the progressive closure of more than 410 colleges across India, from 2014-15 to 2017-18.