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Sheffield Students Launch Winning Rocket In UK Championships

Sheffield University’s engineering students launch a winning rocket at UK Championships

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Online Skill Development Startup, Skill Lync, Announces Crashworthiness Course For Engineering Students

Y-combinator backed edtech startup for advanced engineering courses - Skill-Lync, today announces India’s first of its kind course in Crashworthiness.

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Rolls-Royce Unnati Scholarships For Women Engineering Students

To promote their STEM education, Rolls-Royce India Private Limited has initiated a dedicated scholarship programme to support the meritorious girl students in completing their engineering degree.

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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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Ola Plans To Hire Over 100 Freshers From B-Schools, Top Engineering Colleges

Ola is planning to hire over 100 freshers from top engineering colleges and B-schools over the next 6-12 months.

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Texas Instruments India, AICTE, DST And IIM-B Join Hands To Bring IICDC To Engineering Students Across India

In 2018, IICDC reached more than 26000 students from 1760 colleges. The contest has seen engineering students launch 20 start-ups and file over 150 patents.

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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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How Hands-On Experience Will Prepare Engineers For The Jobs Of Tomorrow

As per a McKinsey report, as a result of the ongoing technology boom, the emerging tech world is likely to produce 25 to 50 million jobs globally, of which India will have to account for 6 to 12 million jobs.

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Is Pursuing Engineering Still Worth It In India With Many Students Trying Their Hands On Newer Subjects

With the background of Engineering, one gets an understanding of the whole industry aspect linked to our sustenance. Understanding the basics of production and the interlinkages of the same with our lives can be a springboard to progress in our chosen career.

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Students Can Now Pursue Humanities Alongside Engineering Degrees

The walls are finally down. A look at how the AICTE‘s approval for technical institutes to also run arts and commerce courses is set to play out on the ground.

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