Tags » Engineering Education

How China is Trying to Reverse its Brain Drain

This The Economist article describes efforts by Chinese government and universities to recruit and retain top notched nationals and foreigners into their talent pool as well as develop incentives and infrastructure (like this building at Tsinghua University). 88 more words

News

Maharashtra Government may buy some private engineering colleges

Times of India | Ashish Roy, TNN | Dec 17, 2014 |

NAGPUR: State government is mulling buying private engineering colleges instead of starting new ones provided the owners agree to terms and conditions of the government. 310 more words

2014

As engineering seats go a-begging, Kerala rethinks on entrance tests (examination)

The Hindu | Business Line | Kochi, December 16 | KPM Basheer |

With thousands of seats in private engineering colleges in Kerala lying vacant this year, the State government is seriously considering to undo the annual engineering entrance examinations. 424 more words

2014

LTU Ranked No. 18 Natinowide For Online Master's In Engineering

SOUTHFIELD — The online graduate school guide Best Master’s Programs has ranked Lawrence Technological University 18th among the top 50 nationwide for online master’s degrees in engineering. 230 more words

Featured

JNTU inspection exposes shortcomings in engineering colleges

The Times of India | TNN | Dec 16, 2014 |

HYDERABAD: Several engineering colleges, which have failed to provide facilities as prescribed by the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), may not be allowed to function this academic year. 302 more words

UGC

The Unspoken use of Ethnography in Engineering Education

By Fushcia Hoover

I sat down with Dr. Julia Thompson, a recent graduate of the Engineering Education program at Purdue to discuss the use of qualitative and ethnographic methods within her department. 496 more words

All Blog Posts