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Happy Engineer’s Day 2017: Remembering Sir M Visvesvarayya

The nation will on Friday celebrate Engineer’s Day to mark the 156th birth anniversary of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya, one of the greatest engineers India has produced and a person behind many iconic constructions in India. Year 2017 will mark the 49th anniversary of the Engineers Day in India. It is a significant occation considering the fact that India produces close to 20 lakh engineers in a year.   Who was Sir Visvesvarayya? Sir Visvesvarayya was an acclaimed engineer recognized for his mastermind in harnessing water resources. He had successfully designed and constructed several river dams, bridges and revolutionized the irrigation…

Robolab Technologies Pvt. Ltd featured in India School News: The leading online school newspaper

Robolab Technologies Pvt. Ltd featured in India School News: The leading online school newspaper A wonderful interview by Amol Gulhane and Pratik Pravin Deshmukh. 🙂 🙂 Link: Click Here Thank you all for the support and encouragement! Credits: College of Engineering, Pune BHAU – Institute of Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Leadership Robot Study Circle NITI Aayog Atal Innovation Mission #KeepBotting

Pratik Pravin Deshmukh, CoFounder Robolab Technologies Pvt. Ltd presented his ideas to bridge the Gap between Industry and Academia.

National Employability Conclave 2016-17 was held 24 August 2017 in Pune. Highlights of the event was the HR leaders of some of the largest IT and engineering companies which are sharing their idea on shaping the young talent to meet their expectations an employer’s perspective. We are pleased and honoured to be invited to the event and will be happy to be part of the it. Thanks Aspiring Minds for the wonderful National Employability Conclave. The kind of response that we receive is the best achievable or imaginable of its kind 🙂 🙂 Stay tuned! #RobotsAreComing Amol Gulhane, Hemchandra Inamdar…

Happy Teachers Day! Let’s know more about Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Biography Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Born: September 5, 1888 Died: April 17, 1975 Achievements: First Vice President and second President of India. Placed Indian philosophy on world map. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was first Vice President of India and second President of India. He was also a philosopher and introduced the thinking of western idealist philosophers into Indian thought. He was a famous teacher and his birthday is celebrated as Teacher’s Day in India. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born on September 5, 1888 at Tirutani, Madras in a poor Brahmin family. As his father was poor Radhakrishnan supported most of his…

We Don’t Want To Produce Graduates Who Are Not Employable: Dr Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE

Dr Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE was speaking at the BW Higher Education Conclave in Bengaluru While India has over 800 Universities that offer higher education, however, the crisis of quality education has stopped the sector from leveraging its full potential. Underling the challenges that the higher education sector is beset with, Dr Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE during his keynote address at the BW Higher Education Conclave stated, “There has been a constant challenge for the higher education sector in the country. If you look at the data, more institutions were established in the last one and a half decades compared…

AICTE to make teachers’ training mandatory for all faculties in technical colleges

BHUBANESWAR: All India Council of Technical Education(AICTE) is to introduce six-month faculty training programme mandatory for all teachers. Through this programme AICTE aims to train and upgrade around five lakh faculty members in different technical colleges across the country in the next two to three years, said chairman of the council Anil D Sahasrabudhe here on Tuesday.   “AICTE is developing the teachers’ training programme through which we want our teachers to understand new ways of teaching and learning. In the past we used to have lecturers, who come to class and write notes on black boards for an hour. But now students don’t have patience…

Lack Of Job Opportunities Behind Fall In Engineering Admissions: AICTE Chairman

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 student gets disheartened without a job offer after completing four years of education.”   The second problem which is not apparent is that a number of private and deemed universities have come up that are also providing engineering courses. So it is not that…

Prakash Javadekar: Government planning Rs 75,000 scholarships for 1000 best innovative minds

To encourage research and innovation, the Union Human Resource Development minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday announced that 1000 best innovative minds will get monthly scholarships of Rs 75,000 under the proposed Prime Minister’s Scholarship scheme. Speaking at the fourth convocation of Sri Sri University, Javadekar the government is building a better research infrastructure in the country at a cost of Rs 20,000 crore. “India lacks in innovation therefore, turn this adversary into your strength”, Javadekar said. The Union HRD minister also said that his ministry is working towards reducing the University Grants Commission (UGC) and All India Council for Technical…

More than 50% engineering seats vacant in country, here’re the reasons.

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…

UGC urges universities, colleges to apply for innovation funding scheme AIC

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…

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