Developments in communications, travel and trade over recent decades have produced a global network of ideas, institutions, and economies. Engineering & technologies have become global in scope and scale. Engineering graduate must not only be grounded in scientific and mathematical fundamentals, engineering principles and design, but must also have a global outlook and the broader skills to work in society. Engineering education is thus challenged to prepare a technically competent, new age professionals.
Changing nature of engineering practice, and its globalization, engineering colleges have been reforming their course structures, adding new age courses. In the classroom, the emphasis is typically moving from ‘teaching’ to ‘learning’,. Modern technologies, particularly in computers and communications, are having major positive impacts on how the education is being delivered, and how students and faculty interact with one another. It include teamwork and communication skills, business and entrepreneurship elements, international dimensions, sustainable development, technique specifications in shaping the engineering curriculum and its evaluation.
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