One doesn't get to supervise unless one has gotten one's hands dirty and learned the ropes backed by knowledge of what is happening and why. Without experience and knowledge, that would be a case of a fool leading a fool.
That is merely your perception. I never said they should be paid the same. However, an employer looks for work output and getting the job done whether it is an engineer or a technician. By virtue of the education an engineer has, s/he should be able to get the job done far more efficiently, competently and in a timely manner compared to an technician thereby deserving higher pay. Nothing you said invalidates the points I made earlier.
one more thing which professional don't want easy job with most earning?
There is a significant difference between a competent professional and a wet behind the ears fresh graduate. Merely getting a piece of paper proclaiming one an engineer does not make one a 'professional' engineer. Once one becomes a worthy professional the market will pay for said person's expertise. To get there, the person just getting out of university has to work hard and increase his value before the market will pay his own perceived 'professional' worth of himself.
look at doctors the most pathetic doctor from govt medical college gets housejob with zero hardwork for it because it's rule from the government. and for engineers there is no such facility.if government was taking in fresh engineers with fresh minds into different projects trust me aj hum is haal mai na hotey. it's all about bad governance
Doctors have a longer academic study period than engineers. You think doctors finishing housejobs are competent? They kill patients with impunity and without true accountability.
Engineers have PEC to blame. I have yet to see a more useless organization whose officers sit on their *** and while away time doing nothing (except sending bulk emails to vote for them come election time) but that is the standard sarkari modus operandi in majority of fields. The sifarshi culture is prevalent in our society but there are still small and large scale engineering companies which work on merit and frankly, most engineers don't make the cut due to their own incompetence or demands. Also, many fresh engineers simply want a cushy sarkari job in government department to relax for life. Even if they get into various engineering companies, they job hop at the smallest of benefits without regard to the training effort and expense put into that person by the employer which is against professional ethics.
We have digressed from the topic of the thread so its better to stick to topic here on out.