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    Discussion in 'The Leisure Lounge' started by Deepikach, Feb 14, 2014.

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    In present day scenario Engineering is considered as:

    1. a) Specialization

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    2. b) Default degree

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    1. Deepikach

      Deepikach New Member

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      Do you think the curriculum and teaching style in India's engineering colleges impart the necessary skills required for success in industry?

      Voice your opinion here!

      Regards,
      Deepika
       
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    3. vivekmaha

      vivekmaha New Member

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      Curriculum and teaching style are really good. Students has to interact with industries gaining latest updates.
       
    4. thebestjake

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      Could you give a brief description of the curriculum and teaching style? (For those of us outside India)
       
    5. Deepikach

      Deepikach New Member

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      The proper definition of curriculum is an integrated course of academic studies. Where the mentors teach exactly what the user should achieve at the end of the course.


      One of such curriculum's I found is http://http://insofe.edu.in/init/static/pdf/CPEE_Big_Data_Analytics_and_Optimization_Curriculum.pdf


      When it comes to teaching style, it is the way the mentor teaches the subject. If you check the following two videos, you could see the difference.
      LG0YzGeAFxk - User will automatically looses interest with in first few minutes of lecture.


      If you check this video, http://youtu.be/C4buBGUohvQ, users who may not know the subject will feel like learning it.
       
    6. MSHOfficial

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      I studied engineering in Turkey. So let me tell you how it was. I had few amazing courses. But I also had to take 12 credits of English (after having 8.5 in IELTS). I had to take 16 credits of non-technical elective courses (law, history, music, arts and anything that is not a technical course). And other courses which did not make any sense to me or my future profession (Turkish courses). My bachelor was 4 years, 8 semesters. I needed to go through a hell lot of technical courses and these being extra.

      Lets think this way, if anyone wants to learn those they can opt for the extra credits. So why force students to take unnecessary things. It just increases the pressure and work hours for students.

      Also more than 60% of my courses were theoretical and only had books and slides and questions to learn from. Where as I am a hands on learner, and I managed my way through it because I know I am hands on learner so I would do extra and learn it how ever I can but what about others?!.

      And this is me coming from the best university in Turkey and the 200th in the world.
       

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