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On a mission to create skill-ready workforce : NASSCOM to undertake ‘Train the trainers’ programme nationwide

The Hindu | Santosh Patnaik | VISAKHAPATNAM, November 21, 2014 |

NASSCOM to undertake ‘Train the trainers’ programme nationwide to meet the emerging opportunities in the job market. 350 more words


Good enough for what?

A blog post by Nick Falkner, Thoughts on the colonising effect of education, ended with the

I had a discussion once with a remote colleague who said that he was worried the graduates of his own institution weren’t his first choice to supervise for PhDs as they weren’t good enough.

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Beyond the Technical: Reimagine the Engineer’s Tool Kit

The epistemic character of Engineering is about problem solving and crisis management and by default as an engineer I am expected to possess decent quantitative abilities as the lingua franca of science is mathematics. 396 more words


"A breakthrough in thinking...powerful conclusion"

The book was launched at The University of Western Australia on November 10 by Peter Meurs, Director of Development at Fortescue Metals Group.

Speeches by John Dell, Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics, Peter Meurs, and the author. 524 more words


MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on sustainable mobility

The Hindu | Education Plus » Careers |  November 9, 2014 | Anusha Parthasarathy |

Learn about the global energy scene, fuel production and more online. 403 more words

Engineering Education

Academicians welcome committee formation to analyze and review the current AICTE regulations

Times of India | Adarsh Jain,TNN | Nov 7, 2014 |

COIMBATORE: The Union ministry of human resource and development (MHRD) has formed a review committee to analyze and review the current AICTE regulations. 315 more words


Discussing Development... of College Students

I just made my annual appearance at the class on theories about college students’ development taught by Dr. Jim Barber. Last year I got to be there in person, but this year it was back to Skype. 239 more words