In mid 90s, being an engineer was seen as one of the top ranked professional. Till a decade ago, engineering pass out would easily get high profile job and there was high demand of engineers in all fields like constructions, power, automobile, electronics, IT & manufacture. Engineers used to proudly prefix Er. To their names as doctors write Dr. But now being an engineer has lost its grace as there a millions of jobless engineering students all over the country. Latest official data released by government further reinforces this fact. Engineering education in the country seems to have reached…
The Atal Incubation Centre is an innovation funding scheme which provides for a grant-in-aid of up to Rs 10 crore for a maximum period of five years. New Delhi: The University Grants Commission (UGC) has urged all public universities and the colleges under them to apply for aid from the Atal Incubation Centre (AIC), an innovation funding scheme formulated by the Niti Aayog last year. In a letter issued on Wednesday, the central funding agency for the universities asked the latter to “encourage the academic fraternity of your esteemed University and your affiliated colleges” by applying to the…
NITI Aayog & AICTE_INDIA signed SoI to provide mentorship support of aff. colleges for 366 ATLs & to strengthen innovation ecosystemIn Atal Tinkering Labs ATL, More Info, Robotics | No comment
NITI Aayog & AICTE_INDIA signed SoI to provide mentorship support of aff. colleges for 366 ATLs & to strengthen innovation ecosystem
Prof. Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman AICTE & Ramanan Ramanathan, Director AIM talking all about Atal Incubation CentresIn Atal Tinkering Labs ATL, More Info, Robotics | No comment
LIVE with Prof. Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman AICTE & Ramanan Ramanathan, Director AIM talking all about Atal Incubation Centres.
Elon Musk didn’t like his kids’ school, so he made his own small, secretive school without grade levelsIn Atal Tinkering Labs ATL, More Info | No comment
Elon Musk didn’t like his kids’ school, so he started his own, the inventor and entrepreneur said in an interview on Beijing Television. The school is called Ad Astra – which means “To the stars” – and is small and relatively secretive. It doesn’t have its own website or a social media presence. Christina Simon, who writes about private elementary schools in Los Angeles , has done some digging around Ad Astra. She says she’s been in contact with a mother whose child attends Musk’s school. The mother told Simon that the relatively new Ad Astra School is…
(1) University Grants Commission (UGC) I. Introduction UGC strives to promote teaching and research in emerging areas in Humanities, Social Sciences, Languages, Literature, Pure Sciences, Engineering & Technology, Pharmacy, Medical, Agricultural Sciences etc. II Name of scheme(s) Major and Minor Research Projects Objective(s): To promote excellence in research in higher education by supporting research programmes of University and College teachers in various disciplines.Traditionally, universities have been the centers of research. Although, the Government has a network of science and technology laboratories for research and development, the major base of researchers in science and technology remains with the universities. Therefore, university…
The Union HRD Minister Shri Prakash Javadekar signed MoU for Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (Phase- III) with 18 States and 1 UT in New Delhi today. The Union HRD Minister expressed his happiness on the occasion as the programme is implemented in assistance with World Bank in a sustainable way to improve over all standard and quality of technical institutes. The Union Minister emphasised that innovation and research can happen only when physical infrastructure and trained manpower is available, and therefore this programme is vital for much needed technical up-gradation in education institutes. For implementation of the project,…
CSAIL team’s system of quadcopters that fly and drive suggest another approach to developing flying cars. Being able to both walk and take flight is typical in nature — many birds, insects, and other animals can do both. If we could program robots with similar versatility, it would open up many possibilities: Imagine machines that could fly into construction areas or disaster zones that aren’t near roads and then squeeze through tight spaces on the ground to transport objects or rescue people. The problem is that robots that are good at one mode of transportation are usually…
In August, Japan may fall in love with a new robot from India. And no, it’s not Rajinikanth Deadshot looks more like a portable table than a highly advanced robot. Its metal frame fitted with wires, motors, and sensors only accentuate its odd appearance. Yet, beneath the haphazard network of cables, lies a champion bot that can toss a frisbeeshaped disc and make it land on designated targets with pinpoint accuracy. In fact, Deadshot is so accomplished at the task, he beat others like him in the national finals of Robocon, a robotics competition organised three months ago in…
New Delhi, (Jun 16): NITI Aayog will set up 1,000 Atal Tinkering Labs(ATL) in various schools this year under a mission aimed at fostering a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in the country. The Aayog , last year, had selected 457 schools to set up Atal Tinkering Labs under the Atal Innovation Mission(AIM). It had received more than 13,000 applications from various schools from all states and Union Territories. ATLs are dedicated work spaces for students (Class 6th and Class 12th) to acquire innovation skills, develop ideas and build prototypes using latest equipment such as 3D printers, robotics…
New Delhi: The founders of three start-ups have expressed interest in mentoring students under the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), NITI Aayog chief executive officer Amitabh Kant said on Friday. The three are Paytm’s Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Ola’s Bhavish Aggarwal and Oyo Rooms’ Ritesh Agarwal. Mint couldn’t immediately reach Sharma, Aggarwal and Agarwal for comment. Also, firms such as Intel Corp., International Business Machines Corp. (IBM), Robert Bosch GmbH and Schneider Electric SE want to partner with schools as part of the Atal Tinkering Laboratories (ATL) initiative. These tinkering labs are equipped with “do it yourself” kits and instruments…
GUWAHATI: Chairman of the All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE) Anil D Sahasrabudhe , who was here on Tuesday, urged engineering students and technocrats to create startups at the college level which can be moulded into multinational companies in future. “If you look at America, all the major companies had their origin in some university or the other. In India, too, we need to have a similar culture. Our start-ups should be able to compete with the likes of Microsoft and Google ,” Sahasrabudhe said at a ceremony held at Girijananda Chowdhury Institute of Management and Technology. He…
Titled ‘Leveraging artificial intelligence and robotics for sustainable growth’, the study highlighted how an early public sector interest could trigger a spurt of activity in the AI field in India, instead of waiting for technology to reach a level where regulatory intervention becomes necessary. India should take lead in establishing a legal infrastructure on the application of artificial intelligence (AI) to become a front runner, according to a ASSOCHAM-PwC joint study. Titled ‘Leveraging artificial intelligence and robotics for sustainable growth’, the study highlighted how an early public sector interest could trigger a spurt of activity in the AI…
New Delhi: The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and All India Technical and Management Council (AITMC) launched “Earn While Learn” to educate and develop the skill set of over 1.5 million youth pan-India across industries, and provide them assured livelihood on Thursday. The initiative will be implemented in collaboration with industries and business owners, said Anil D Sahasrabudhe, chairman, AICTE. The plan is to create 1.5 million jobs in 550 districts of India within one year. The initiative has been launched jointly by AICTE under MHRD, National Career Service under ministry of labour and employment and…
With India working on transforming its education system, embracing most innovative methodologies and modern technologies appears to have become a significant norm in the country. As the education segment of the country is in a transition stage, with a large number of schools adopting finest teaching-learning practices from across the world, our latest issue has tried to find out the practices that are improving and enriching educational experience in the Indian schools through the cover story “Rehashing School Education Practices Through Innovation”. Through our three special stories “Ensuring Holistic Development of Children”, “ICT in Higher Education Taking Learning…
Technical education should be imparted in regional languages to provide a level playing field to the rural youths whose lack of knowledge of English put them at a disadvantage in comparison to their urban counterparts, Union minister Vijay Sampla said today. “Youths in remote areas who have obtained technical education can’t compete with their counterparts in cities. Local language plays a vital role in this,” Sampla said. A student in suburban areas or rural areas cannot understand English, which is same as any other foreign language to him, the Union minister of state for social justice said….
The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has taken various steps to improve technical and higher education in the country. The council’s initiatives are in line with the Central Government’s initiative like Digital India and Skill India, says Prof Anil D Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE, in an interview with Gopi Arora of Elets News Network (ENN). Excerpts: What new initiatives have been taken by the AICTE to promote technical education in the country? The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) started four new schemes last year—Unnat Bharat Abhiyan, Trainee Teacher Scheme, Adjunct Faculty Scheme, and Margdarshan or Mentorship scheme….
UGC and AICTE are soon going to be a thing of the past with the government planning to replace them with a single higher education regulator. The University Grants Commission (UGC) and All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) are soon going to be a thing of the past with the government planning to replace them with a single higher education regulator. The proposed Higher Education Empowerment Regulation Agency (HEERA) is aimed at eliminating overlaps in jurisdiction and remove irrelevant regulatory provisions. The HRD ministry is working with Niti Aayog on the plan of bringing technical as…