Originally Posted by Silver Dove
The Mechanics if uneducated may be of questionable quality, but an Diploma trained person with hands on of over 30 years is not as bad as you think,
Should be true! But don't know why I had to bleed for the clutch issue in my Alto.
Actually, now-a-days passion component is missing from every worker in each and every sector. My experience:
1. IT: When I was a newbie in IT sector, I never had an idea that an IT professional can say "No" simply by looking at watch and walk away. Today newbie guys does so even though they know that they are having less efficiency which is the root-cause of their failure to meet deadlines!
2. Car Salesman: Ask any salesman to compare against similar segement similar price vehicle across auto-makers. That's an impossible question to crack by them. At least true for Maruti, Tata, Chevy, Toyota, Ford. No idea about BMW, Merc since I have never talked to any salesman of those premium car manufacturers. Leave alone, ask them very minute details like Fixed Geometry or Variable Geometry turbo is given in any particular car (s)he is selling, they are clueless! Okay, okay, I asked very tough question. Ask them the difference between features of different variants of same model, many time they will route you towards brochure.
3. Mobile Shop: Till 3 yrs ago, I have seen salespeople to explain all features, specs of any mobile you want to buy. Also, they used to know everything about how to operate the device. Today I see none.
4. Same story across, may be because too many jobs to offer too less people which has become skill deterioration in India since anyone can negotiate to get a better job at any time.