Students feel a revision in courses taking into account the current industrial needs and market scenario can help create more placements.
The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) on Monday signed an agreement with the Institute of Odia Study and Research (IOSR) for introducing Engineering education in Odia language. The collaboration is aimed at developing the study materials for engineering education in Odia language.
New Delhi/Bhubaneswar: Following the news reports about Physics and Mathematics being no longer compulsory for engineering courses as per the AICTE approved handbook for 2021-22, AICTE chairperson Anil Sahasrabudhe has clarified that the subjects will continue to hold importance. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics will continue to be important subjects in engineering courses and it is […]
Bhubaneswar: Chairman of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Anil Sahasrabudhe, while attending an event in Bhubaneswar today, said lack of job opportunities is responsible for the fall in admissions into engineering courses. Talking to OTV Sahasrabudhe said, “As the large scale industries, especially the multinationals, are not increasing the jobs rather decreasing, a […]