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AP ECET Counselling 2021: Registration ends today on sche.aptonline.in

AP ECET Counselling 2021 registration ends today, November 18, 2021. Candidates can apply for the counselling round through the official site of AP ECET on sche.aptonline.in.
AP ECET Counselling 2021: Registration ends today on sche.aptonline.in(HT FILE)
AP ECET Counselling 2021: Registration ends today on sche.aptonline.in(HT FILE)
Published on Nov 18, 2021 07:40 AM IST
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Why international students must remain optimistic in time of pandemic

The incoming Fall semester is yet another opportunity for us to further nurture these qualities and grow as individuals. While most, if not all, of our classes will be online, we consider it our moral responsibility and our steadfast commitment to offer the highest quality of education for all our students in time zones all over the world.
(Hindustan Times)
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Published on Aug 13, 2020 05:51 PM IST
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ByYannis C Yortos

Chitkara University among top 8 finalists for THE’s Technological Innovation of the Year Asia Awards 2020

University pro chancellor, Dr Madhu Chitkara, says shortlisting is ‘the recognition of the flourishing research and innovation ecosystem of the University on a global platform’
Chitkara University pro chancellor, Dr Madhu Chitkara, says: Augmented Virtual Reality Lab of the institute – a pioneer in the region.
Chitkara University pro chancellor, Dr Madhu Chitkara, says: Augmented Virtual Reality Lab of the institute – a pioneer in the region.
Published on Jun 06, 2020 12:10 AM IST
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‘Students should learn to apply concepts in day-to-day problems and develop parallel thinking to solve a question by different methods’

D K Goel, Chairman and Chief Mentor- FIITJEE Group talks about the state of engineering education in the country, preparing for entrance examinations, online coaching during pandemic and much more.
DK Goel, Chairman and Chief Mentor- FIITJEE Group(FIITJEE)
DK Goel, Chairman and Chief Mentor- FIITJEE Group(FIITJEE)
Updated on May 29, 2020 09:32 PM IST
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UK honours Kumar Bhattacharyya for key role in British engineering

Kumar Bhattacharyya was the Regius Professor of Manufacturing at Warwick University and fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. As the founder of WMG he was widely recognised globally for his position as a leading light in the fields of manufacturing, engineering and technology
Bhattacharyya was the recipient of several awards and honours in India, the UK and elsewhere, including the India’s Padma Bhushan and the British civilian honour of CBE. (Warwick Manufacturing Group, Warwick University)
Bhattacharyya was the recipient of several awards and honours in India, the UK and elsewhere, including the India’s Padma Bhushan and the British civilian honour of CBE. (Warwick Manufacturing Group, Warwick University)
Updated on Jul 17, 2019 04:55 PM IST
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What’s the future of engineering education in India?

A critique of engineering education in India suggests that much of it is theoretical with little exposure to industry. It is bucketed into old silos like “chemical engineering” or “mechanical engineering”, with limited opportunities for multi-disciplinary learning or real-world problem solving.
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Published on Apr 17, 2019 01:03 PM IST
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ByAshish Gupta, Manas Fuloria and Vineet Gupta

Major changes in engineering courses in the offing

Laying down the roadmap for major changes in engineering courses, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) on Wednesday unveiled its policies on student internships, examination reform and the training of technical teachers.
As part of its recommendations, students pursuing bachelor’s degree in engineering will have to undergo at least 600 to 700 hours of internships which would earn them credits.(HT/Picture for representation)
As part of its recommendations, students pursuing bachelor’s degree in engineering will have to undergo at least 600 to 700 hours of internships which would earn them credits.(HT/Picture for representation)
Published on Nov 21, 2018 10:27 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByAmandeep Shukla

AICTE to check mushrooming pharmaceutical colleges in Maharashtra

Academicians point out that stringent laws imposed on engineering colleges and higher percentage of vacant seats have led college managements and students to opt for pharmacy colleges.
According to AICTE website, more than 1,600 institutes in the country offer pharmacy courses. Among these, Maharashtra stands on top with a total of 438 pharma colleges, followed by Uttar Pradesh (170), Telangana (151), and Andhra Pradesh (142).(HINDUSTAN TIMES PHOTO)
According to AICTE website, more than 1,600 institutes in the country offer pharmacy courses. Among these, Maharashtra stands on top with a total of 438 pharma colleges, followed by Uttar Pradesh (170), Telangana (151), and Andhra Pradesh (142).(HINDUSTAN TIMES PHOTO)
Updated on Jun 06, 2018 05:34 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Pune | ByAnanya Barua
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