Enabling India’s Aspirations Through Futuristic M.Tech Programs

For anyone living anywhere in the world today, the state of our climate, forests, supply chains and economies is obvious. The time for incremental solutions has come and gone, and what we need is radical change.

When it comes to making things happen, nothing will make a bigger difference in the world than technology: a new way of harnessing energy, clean public transport, efficient carbon sequestration, new ways to leverage artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data to see the world’s problems and opportunities in a new light, and many game-changing ideas we haven’t yet begun to consider.

And this time, India will be at the forefront of change. India has the largest number of engineers as well as the largest number of engineering training institutes and facilities in the world. As of 2021, India is producing fifteen lakh engineering graduates annually. That’s fifteen lakh inventors, tinkerers, ideators capable of bringing their ideas to life in the real world. Where is it?

Aspiring Minds’ new 2019 Annual Employability Survey report reveals that 80% of Indian engineers are unfit for any job in the knowledge economy and only 2.5% have the technical skills in artificial intelligence (AI) that industry needs. Moreover, only 3.84% of engineers have the technical, cognitive and linguistic skills required for software-related jobs in start-ups.

For anyone living anywhere in the world today, the state of our climate, forests, supply chains and economies is obvious. The time for incremental solutions has come and gone, and what we need is radical change.

When it comes to making things happen, nothing will make a bigger difference in the world than technology: a new way of harnessing energy, clean public transport, efficient carbon sequestration, new ways to leverage artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data to see the world’s problems and opportunities in a new light, and many game-changing ideas we haven’t yet begun to consider.

And this time, India will be at the forefront of change. India has the largest number of engineers as well as the largest number of engineering training institutes and facilities in the world. As of 2021, India is producing fifteen lakh engineering graduates annually. That’s fifteen lakh inventors, tinkerers, ideators capable of bringing their ideas to life in the real world. Where is it?

New Aspiring Minds 2019 Annual Employability Survey Report Reveals 80% of India’s Engineers Are Unsuitable for Any Jobs in the Knowledge Economy and Only 2.5% Have the Skills artificial intelligence (AI) technologies that the industry needs. Moreover, only 3.84% of engineers have the technical, cognitive and linguistic skills required for software-related jobs in start-ups.

It is not a failure of engineering students, but of the institutes’ inability to keep pace with industry. Bridging the gap between industry and academia and providing Indian engineers with the quality of education they deserve has been a key driver of Amrita Vishwa Vidhyapeetham’s innovative program.

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham’s transdisciplinary, research-driven approach is reflected in her 30 different M.Tech courses that span areas as diverse as thermal sciences and energy systems, mechatronics, aerospace engineering, embedded systems, geoinformatics and earth observation, biomedical instrumentation and signal processing, and much more.

The integrated MTech + PhD program is the result of the university’s pioneering efforts in socially relevant research over the past decade and allows students to complete their M.Tech and PhD degrees faster, while simultaneously specializing in a variety of multidisciplinary fields. The integrated program connects graduates to mentorship with Amrita’s most renowned international teachers and partners. Another advantage the program gives students is their instant eligibility for international internships and dual degrees from some of the best universities in the world.

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham’s curriculum has already borne fruit. The university’s MTech programs have resulted in 10 patent filings and their findings have been published in more than 12,000 articles. The program is supported by over 200 collaborations and over 300 funded scholarships. The university is home to over 800 doctoral faculty who work directly with students to achieve their goals and deepen their knowledge. Amrita University also boasts of a faculty to student ratio above the national standard, and all of its resources are highly qualified and trained.

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is a multi-campus and multi-disciplinary research university accredited “A++” by NAAC and ranked among the best research institutions in India. According to the NIRF ranking of the Ministry of Education, Government of India, it is the fifth best university in India. Amrita is also ranked as the best higher education institution in India according to Times Higher Education Impact & Sustainability ranking. For the students, this has translated into excellent placement results. The highest annual CTC for placements in 2021 was Rs. 43.3 lakhs, with placements completed with over 400 different recruitment firms.

For students who want to use their education to solve real-world problems themselves, the university offers unparalleled access to the country’s best research minds, best-in-class infrastructure, and a vast pool of talent. employees who dream the same thing. dreams. The Amrita Technology Business Incubator provides support in the form of funds, mentors and incubation programs and acceleration workshops.

The world needs problem solvers, thinkers, collaborators and solution seekers: engineers who know their stuff and have the ability to compete with the best in the world in their march towards a more sustainable future. The first step on this journey is getting the right education.

Admissions are open. Visit [lnk] to explore how Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham enables India’s aspirations.

It is not a failure of engineering students, but of the institutes’ inability to keep pace with industry. Bridging the gap between industry and academia and providing Indian engineers with the quality of education they deserve has been a key driver of Amrita Vishwa Vidhyapeetham’s innovative program.

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham’s transdisciplinary, research-driven approach is reflected in her 30 different M.Tech courses that span areas as diverse as thermal sciences and energy systems, mechatronics, aerospace engineering, embedded systems, geoinformatics and earth observation, biomedical instrumentation and signal processing, and much more.

The integrated MTech + PhD program is the result of the university’s pioneering efforts in socially relevant research over the past decade and allows students to complete their M.Tech and PhD degrees faster, while simultaneously specializing in a variety of multidisciplinary fields. The integrated program connects graduates to mentorship with Amrita’s most renowned international teachers and partners. Another advantage the program gives students is their instant eligibility for international internships and dual degrees from some of the best universities in the world.

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham’s curriculum has already borne fruit. The university’s MTech programs have resulted in 10 patent filings and their findings have been published in more than 12,000 articles. The program is supported by over 200 collaborations and over 300 funded scholarships. The university is home to over 800 doctoral faculty who work directly with students to achieve their goals and deepen their knowledge. Amrita University also boasts of a faculty to student ratio above the national standard, and all of its resources are highly qualified and trained.

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is a multi-campus and multi-disciplinary research university accredited “A++” by NAAC and ranked among the best research institutions in India. According to the NIRF ranking of the Ministry of Education, Government of India, it is the fifth best university in India. Amrita is also ranked as the best higher education institution in India according to Times Higher Education Impact & Sustainability ranking. For the students, this has translated into excellent placement results. The highest annual CTC for placements in 2021 was Rs. 43.3 lakhs, with placements completed with over 400 different recruitment firms.

For students who want to use their education to solve real-world problems themselves, the university offers unparalleled access to the country’s best research minds, best-in-class infrastructure, and a vast pool of talent. employees who dream the same thing. dreams. The Amrita Technology Business Incubator provides support in the form of funds, mentors and incubation programs and acceleration workshops.

The world needs problem solvers, thinkers, collaborators and solution seekers: engineers who know their stuff and have the ability to compete with the best in the world in their march towards a more sustainable future. The first step on this journey is getting the right education.

Admissions are open. Visit https://www.amrita.edu/admissions/mtech to find out how Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham enables India’s aspirations.

This is a joint publication.

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