Technology and socioeconomic trends are constantly changing the business models and the how work is organized. The skills that were needed two decades back might not be relevant today. New sets of jobs have emerged and nearly half of the existing jobs are predicted to be at a risk of automation. To create 21 centaury knowledge workers, the institutes in India need to train the students in what is relevant in this age, rather than following the age-old traditional teaching methodologies. The Higher Education Review's Top 100 Private Engineering Colleges in India Survey is an effort to find such technical institutes in the country, which can produce next-gen technocrats.
While the premier engineering institutions in the country grabs the cream of engineering aspirants in India, the best out of them go abroad for higher education and the next lot join management courses to end up selling random products or join IT as it is lucrative. Still, we are left with many engineers who are of low quality. Despite these hiccups, the number of students aspiring for engineering education rising exponentially year after year and mushrooming number of institutions to assist them â€“ many with innovative methodologies â€“ it becomes inevitable to find out the current big brands in the technical education arena - the ones that can give IITs and NITs a run for their money.
In this 'Top 100 Private Engineering Colleges in India Survey - 2017,' we have found the best engineering college in the country, are outperforming the premier institutions in the country by producing successful professionals and entrepreneurs. The Higher Education Review team, with a panel of experts, has made a detailed study to find the engineering colleges that are upgrading themselves to produce global players over the next quarter of a century. With the 'Top 100 Private Engineering Colleges in India Survey - 2017,' we bring to you some of the top technical institutes across the country and these colleges are selected on the basis of their performance in pedagogy, placements, research and quality of the education. We strongly believe that it is important to bring the names of such institution into the limelight, so that, their ideologies and methodologies can inspire other institutions in the country to drive in a better path and make India a developed nation.