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Robotics: Role In Inculcating Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths In Schools

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While the world of robotics may not be competitive yet, it is certainly going to be with the technological advancements being made.

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Biology, Engineering Are Creating 'Age of Living Machines': Susan Hockfield At Bengaluru Tech Summit

Hockfield, the President Emerita of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), was speaking at the Bengaluru Tech Summit, a three-day event that began here on Thursday.

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Delhi Engineering Students Design Low-Carbon Electric Car

The car is equipped with detachable steering and designed with the best possible aerodynamic shape to reduce air resistance, thereby delivering better mileage.

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Engineering Education Industry’s Challenges And Prospects

With growing manpower demand and institutions, questions have often been raised on the quality of Engineers and hence that of Engineering education.

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Are Engineering Students Industry Ready?

For a growing country like India, engineering youth not being employable or not able to match the employability criterion may worsen economic and social conditions in the coming future.

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Education Crisis: India Juggling With Engineering Education Issue, Need To Take Concrete Steps

The need of the hour is to retooling, reskilling and reprogramming that will enable us to create new learning skills by providing unbundled learning and provide a multidisciplinary perspective. Instead of curriculum-based education, engineers need to focus more on essential communications, critical thinking and collaborating skills.

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Why Engineers Need To Upskill For Cloud

According to a research by Great Learning, an ed-tech platform for executives, the industry suffers with acute shortage of talent with more than 1.7 million cloud jobs worldwide remaining vacant. The report also predicts a very important thing though – over a million cloud computing jobs will be created in India by 2022.

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IIT Mandi Launches Bachelor’s Programme In Engineering Physics

The course will help undergraduate students build a solid foundation in Physics along with Engineering in order to tackle today’s technology challenges.

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Employability Of Engineering Graduates In India: A Challenge Needs To Address

India has total 6,214 Engineering and Technology Institutions in which around 2.9 million students are enrolled. Every year on an average 1.5 million students get their degree in engineering, but due to lack of skill required to perform technical jobs less than 20 percent get employment in their core domain.

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Strengthen-Out Engineering Education And Its Challenges

The tactic for engineering education needs to be interdisciplinary with new technology courses at the core. Exponential advances in knowledge, instrumentation, communication, and computational capabilities have created mind-boggling possibilities, and students must be cutting across traditional disciplinary boundaries in unprecedented ways.

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