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Why do we have to study 40 subjects in engineering?

Engineering and Technology
Engineering and Technology


Asked On2019-05-14 14:32:22 by:rishabhshukla

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In India, the technical education follows the curriculum recommended by AICTE, All India Council for Technical Education. The syllabus taught to the undergraduate students in India is about 40 years old. I do not know the situation forty years back which led to the authority making it mandatory for every student to study all the engineering branches in the first year.

Indian technical education curriculum is 40 years old and the committee appointed to upgrade the syllabus did not upgrade the syllabus citing lack of competent professors. 

This was probably done by the administration as the curriculum was inspired from the engineering undergraduate program from syllabus followed in the industrialised nations.

Because being an engineer you gotta have some idea about what engineering is and what all fields it has!!

BEE/MECH/ PHY/CHEM/ ED/SPA this are some basic subjects from different different courses of engineering and you must have at least some idea of them.

See basically studying for engineering isn’t that difficult if you have proper analytical and systematic idea about the pattern and syllabus.


Answerd on:2019-05-15 Answerd By:RSHAH12

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