If you are an Engineer, or you are going to be an engineer, or maybe you are studying in some engineering colleges in Mumbai or you are just about any engineer on any part of this planet, then this is the article exactly for you.
The Engineering thing is mostly associated with arithmetic, Mathematical calculations, quantitative data interpretations, building bridges and whatnot.
But only those with actually are the engineers know that your life not only comprise nearly of that, right? I mean if you too have normal human being demands and interests, so this article is about some of the best books you should not miss if you are an Engineer, or are aspiring for some of the engineering exams in the near future.
Best Books to Read if You are an Engineer Studying in Any Engineering College in Mumbai, or India Atleast:-
How to Win Friends and Influence People:-
This book comes off the top priority in my list for several reasons, first because if you are an Engineer you mostly are associated with mathematical calculations and scientific stuff, stuff which is not exactly related to soul or the arts.
No, I mean I’m not superstitious or something but still if you are a human being you need a friend circle cover you need to know how to impress them have to be around them and have to talk to them, So that’s what this book covers.
Leadership and the Arts of Conversation (Written by Kim Krisko)
I do not mean to imply that engineers are bad at conversations, but this book will help you revamp your conversation skills, not that you are going to be speaking in a meeting anytime soon but even when you aren’t, you need to have conversation skills In order to interact and talk to your family members come right?
You know, it won’t make you the president of America, but what it does is it does I give you confidence and grip over what you’re talking and that helps you in numerous ways.
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-free Productivity by David Allen:-
So, you are an Engineer? You need to stay product, right? What this book does is it lets you stay productive, and helps you manage your extra time efficiently.
Additionally, you need to keep learning stuff for the rest of your lives, so yeah with this piece in your hand you’ll fiind our how not to get stressed over learning something, and turning it into a productive output.
How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life:-
If you ended up being an Engineer, either it was always your passion, or you just ended up being there without any apparent reason, well something that coincides with the story in this book.
It’s the story of Dlibert, who fails at almost everything, and still makes million every month! Yeah, now that’s the Engineers way of doing things, is it not? Yeah I know so just go along and have a look at this piece.
It has made to the Amazon’s best seller list more than once.
The Making of an Expert Engineer:- James Trevelyan:-
Okay this one is directly on the point, no mystery to it. This book covers almost everything what the Engineers, the Engineering students, or the Wanna be Engineer guys do in a day of their lives.
It’s so elaborate and informative that you’d seriously see your life being turned upside down once you finish reading this piece. So yeah, got a reason to not read it?
Those books weren’t meant to make you a better engineer, or a get you better marks if you’re studying in engineering colleges in Mumbai, Kerela, Assam or anywhere else.
Instead they are aimed at making you a better human being, you want that? Then go along and grab your copies right now.