Why don’t engineering students want to join mass recruiters like TCS, Infosys, and Accenture?

In the past, verbally expressed 10 or 15 years ago, these mass recruiters were highly regarded.
However, students are now endeavoring to evade them for primarily two reasons:

  1. these businesses perpetuate to operate in the same manner as they did 10 or 15 years ago.
  2. They perpetuate to pay what they did 10 or 15 years ago.

There are various other reasons why good engineering students might be reluctant to work with them.

  1. They do not significantly amend your learning curve. For example, they may train all of the students from the ground up or view everyone who joins them as uneducated and ineligible to be an engineer. That is why they have astronomically immense training centers where all students are compelled to go for 6 to 12 months.

  2. In these firms, your ride is genuinely bumpy. For months, you could sit on a bench without learning anything incipient or doing anything productive. Otherwise, you would be working all hours of the day and night on weekdays and weekends, with no time off.

  3. They have a poor appraisal and magnification cycles; the only way to advance your vocation is to switch firms.

  4. Discuss the business process and operation of these companies’ projects with someone you know who works there. Nobody seems to ken what is going on or where things are peregrinated.
    When you compare engineering students to other product-predicated organizations, you will visually perceive a slew of reasons why they shun mass recruiting.