Engineering has evolved to such an extent that it is hard to completely define it today. It has proved its significance in every segment of existence and prosperity. In the new economic world, a nation which trains more number of efficient engineers has the upper hand. Educational reforms in the field of engineering have made its way to the top in the list of government plans. Institutions are on their toes to keep abreast with new technologies and overhaul their curriculum whenever required. But the rapid technological change in almost every domain has created a hiatus between professional technical education and its relevance to society in general and industry in particular. There are only a handful of engineering institutions which are providing technical education in tandem to the...
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