Indian Higher Technical Education Scenario, Issues, Challenges and Achievable SuggestionJournal: International Research Journal of Advanced Engineering and Science (IRJAES) (Vol.2, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2017-04-07
Authors : Mahesh Waghmare; Mandar Datar; Rajendra Hire;
Page : 118-121
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There is turbulent rise in the number of engineering institutions in the last two decades in India. In the present competitive environment, generic skills and professionalism are essential qualities for engineering graduates. The industry requires up to date skill sets from the graduates to incorporate their needs. However, in the present day it has been observed that the engineering graduates are not up to the mark to fulfill the industry requirements. This pressurizes the educational institutions to deliver the best to their students. The quality of teacher plays an important role for student's enrichment. The attitude, skill and knowledge of teacher are one of the most important factors that affect overall progress of the student. The quality of education in various institutes remains questionable, due to the profit-making approach of institute management. In this paper issues regarding quantitative and qualitative growth of engineering education are identified and analyzed in order to improve the present condition of engineering education.
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