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Frustrated Engineers Finally Have A Place To Dump Their Irritation And It's Not Shitty

Trust me, if you are an engineer, this is your place. 


Are you an engineer? Do you study at last minute? Are you just like us? You need to give this a read! Imagine you are stuck in a position like having your exam the next day and your conscience is blaming you for not studying the entire semester. With a pressure like that, we know you turn to online portals and pages that can assist you. We do that too. Well, this is where this Facebook page comes to rescue you. Your online dose of joint-The Frustrated Engineer.With over 1 million+ followers, "TFE" aka The Frustrated Engineer has become a recognized brand page on Facebook for students all over India who deal with a lot of stress every single day.


It all started in the year 2012-13. 

The content on this page is inspired by the life of a typical engineer and is portrayed in the form of a lot of humor.They work on the motto "Divided by universities, united by TFE."

This fame, however, did not come overnight. 

The founders Rajendra Rathore(Mechanical, NIT Trichy) and co-founder Rohit Bhardwaj(Mechanical, IIIT Jabalpur) have spent nights together creating quality posts relatable to students all over India. Three more pillars joined in later in 2016. Anant Bhardwaj, the youngest of all from Meerut, a first year ECE student at Manipal Institute of Technology is a Christmas present full of talent. Nilay Paul who's working in an MNC, having a passion for Filmmaking and has been contributing for TFE for a long time, despite having a busy office schedule. He has taken a keen in interest in entertaining people with all his Creativity. Harshit Shrivastava, a 3rd year IT student from LNCT Bhopal, a young talent who wants to become a stand-up comedian in future and does not want to end up in a cubicle working 9 to 5.


The journey from scratch to a million followers has been tough. 

Their growth stopped as the academic load increased with the semester exams running at the top of their mind. The page became stagnant but later they worked hard to grow it over to a page this big. 


It is astonishing to know how both co-founders carried the journey forward to 1M followers. 

They have now started networking, and are online media partners for promoting a lot of college fests of other engineering and management colleges and the response from students all over India is big.

Oh! How I miss my engineering days now?

Well, their ways to rock do not stop here. They are bringing in a series called "Engineer Babu" that will highlight the life of a frustrated engineer. For the release date, stay tuned. Also, do not forget to like the page. I have already done that, and I am loving it. Go!