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Engineering Education In India

Education policy is put together by many bodies under CABE (Central Advisory Board of Education). In engineering and further technical disciplines, central regulatory and policymaking body is AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education). The AICTE decides the needs for new study programs and universities. It also decides outlines of curriculum norms and standards. It also recognizes programs through NBA (National Board of Accreditation). The main funding source is the grants which come from central as well as state government for public colleges and universities.

As the quality of faculty body and student at loads of engineering schools is extremely high, education officials, policymakers and education commentators more and more are worried that standards of Indian engineering education on the whole have turned down considerably in recent decades.

Top engineering institutes in India include IITs, NITs, and many other reputable schools. A two-step exam is open for all high school competent. In the first exam, studentís abilities in mathematics, physics and chemistry are judged. Those who successfully pass first hurdle go further to sit in the main examination which has two-hour papers in mathematics, physics and chemistry.

India has a number of extremely bright excellence spots in its technological education sector. IITs and their graduates have great admiration in the global market. Indiaís 2nd row engineering schools are well-regarded also, and contain excellent faculty as well as student bodies. Yet, on an average, a new engineering college opens every week; the AICTE maybe struggling to continue standards of excellence placeed by Indiaís apex institutions. The AICTE requires focusing on making sure that the standards are meet up at previously presented institutions, fresh institutions are released in areas which need them, poor quality institutions are stopped and their faculty deficiencies are reversed through investing for postgraduate education as well as supporting talented students to stay in India for pursuing careers in academia.




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