With a positive feeling of a parent in our hearts and minds, let’s get into the real act of doing all that we wish to do for our “first child” – the BIG CHANGE in engineering…
Let’s go back to Blog No. 14 on the 5th Aug. 2014, in which we enlisted what we wish to do, which in turn, constitute the BIG CHANGE. Let’s quote them here for an easy reference:
(i) Enabling an engineering education system which will create engineers set in the mold to meet requirements of the industry – strong, stable, and equipped with the pre-requisites for evolving into seasoned engineering professionals
(ii) Establishing a support ecosystem ready, keen, and organized to support “anything and everything”
(iii) Ensuring a professional framework which will keep every engineering brain in the best of spirit to be contributing till “heart feeds the brain with oxygen”
Each of the above points has a key element to work on – Engineering education system, Engineering support ecosystem, and Engineering professional framework, respectively.
Let’s refer to Blog No. 15 on the 8th Aug. 2014, in which we pronounced our (and yours too) commitment to start “everywhere”…
Let’s review a few changes required for the above-listed three elements:
- Engineering education system: (a) creating a synergy between Engineering Institutions and Industry so that students are groomed in a setup close to which they need to operate in (b) having faculty sound in technical expertise, and enthusiastic to inspire (and not just teach) the students
- Engineering support ecosystem: (a) creating an atmosphere of continuous learning, having the courage to take up “anything and everything”, and facilitating the availability of certain expertise “somewhere” “everywhere” (b) creating a business development mechanism which synthesizes industry challenges, and available expertise while working with the engineers on a dynamic framework to build up on expertise in line with the support requirements below the horizon at a point of time
- Engineering professional framework – (a) creating a positive framework which will prevent fatigue and diffidence (b) harnessing the “fountains of inspirations” at a point of time to keeping the workforce inspired
In the forthcoming blogs, let’s try to identify the action items.
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