Please refer to our blog on the 13th June regarding engineering in our country failing to hold all to itself here. Let’s look at the reasons before we try to find a remedy for the situation. The reasons, probably, are:
(i) Engineers in our country are, in general, not paid so well as in abroad.
(ii) Engineers in our country are, in general, not paid so well as those in some of other career options.
(iii) Engineering education and profession in our country, in general, does not generate the passion and professional attachment required for one to stick to it notwithstanding.
We think, the remedy for the situation lies in:
(i) Creating an ecosystem in our country which will attract and support the biggest engineering challenges from all corners of the world.
(ii) As a precursor to (i), creating an engineering education system consisting of faculty sound in basics and passionate about engineering themselves, and contents which equip the students to be more than ready for the professional challenges and expectations.
Would you mind adding your input to the above to make the remedy to work the best?
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