I pretty much succeeded in all programming classes in university. But due to some reasons, that didn't translate to real world knowledege. For eg-: I tried my best to make projects in university, but could never succeed in doing so, I just didn't get the picture of how a code could produce something that works. I wrote 2000 lines of code in c for nothing in return.
But I did excellent in all programming classes simply because they didn't have any projects to do in it. And I could easily understand small code that were done in labs as we had lab manual where code was written. We still had exams but you could just practice those labs and give the exams.
I can read code, I can write some code but I can't do say something like web development from my own.
I did my best with cs subjects that were taught in college.
Computer Engineering is a mixture of computer science and electronics engineering.
So I want to look for careers in IT that aren't related heavily to programming, what could be some careers? One I can see is IT helper. But I can't imagine what else could be there.