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To Code or Not to Code – Why neither is the answer to getting more girls interested in STEM fields

Countless research studies and initiatives have focused on our inability to attract female students to STEM fields. The percentages for women in Engineering has only budged by a few percentage points in the past few decades since I graduated with an Engineering degree. 692 more words

Why Engineers are always in Demand?

Most careers in the areas of Engineering in demand are difficult to maintain because of the constant updating of technology. Industry needs to take a role in developing the talent they need. 404 more words

Engineering Education

1-month orientation programme for engineering students

The Hindu | Chennai | May 23, 2017 | R Sujatha |

Focus will be on communication

The All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) is introducing a month-long orientation programme for students joining engineering courses this academic year. 256 more words


AICTE conducts surprise checks at 41 engineering colleges in Tamil Nadu

The New Indian Express | Express News Service  |   21st May 2017 |

CHENNAI: The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) inspected 311 engineering colleges across the country recently. 427 more words


27 Civil engineering students found re-writing exam at Aurangabad Shiv Sena Corporator's house

DNA Correpondent | Wed, 17 May 2017 | DNA webdesk |

The Aurangabad city police raided the residence of Shiv Sena corporator and found 27 students rewriting the exams and arrested four other persons for providing the question and answer sheets to the second year students. 267 more words

Engineering Education

MSU Names New Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Chair

EAST LANSING — Donald Morelli, who has been interim chair of the Michigan State University Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science for almost two years, has been named chair of the department following a national search. 380 more words


Modules on life skills for fresher engineering students

The Hindu | New Delhi, May 13, 2017 | Vikas Pathak |

Starting from the coming academic year, technical colleges across India will be required to offer semester-long modules to help freshers adjust to college life and beat stress. 211 more words