Ranking the Finest in Indian Private Engineering Education | digitalLEARNING Magazine
April 2017

Ranking the Finest in Indian Private Engineering Education

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Ravi Gupta, Editor-in-Chief, Elets Technomedia Pvt Ltd

The meaning of education is steadily acquiring a new definition with each passing year, creating a huge scope to learn, unlearn, and educate in new fashion. Finding out the most suitable institute or college as per one’s academic prowess and financial means most often proves a Herculean task, especially in engineering stream.

Considering the complications of zeroing-in on the most suitable option, we decided to devote our Digital Learning magazine’s latest issue to “State-wise Ranking of Private Engineering Institutes and Colleges -2017”, conducted by a perception-based methodology by a jury involving experts.

We’ve tried to highlight how various engineering institutes and colleges are fairing in different areas to enhance quality of education. Hence, in a novel bid which involved the service providers inviting service seekers to rank their performance on an open platform, we have brought out this ranking issue.

The objective is to serve all those linked to an engineering college, i.e., parents, teachers, educators and the college management, decipher the average to the top-class private engineering institutes and colleges in India.

In addition, our cover story – “Annual Resource Guide: Sourcing Educational Prerequisites” – is a step towards furthering Digital Learning magazine’s legacy providing better insights, enabling consumers to take an informed decision. We hope it would provide a better insight to the education stakeholders.

As readers know that our World Education Summits have been an endeavour to recognise and honour outstanding achievers time and again, we recently organised “elets 8th World Education Summit Bahrain 2017”, highlighting the significance of innovations and entrepreneurial spirit in the education space of the island nation and the MENA region.

Inaugurated by H E Dr Majid Bin Ali Al-Nuaimi, Minister of Education, Kingdom of Bahrain, on March 8, the summit witnessed a grand congregation of leading speakers and hundreds of delegates from as many as 12 countries from across the world. They deliberated on crucial issues and shared their unique experiences in the education space.

With a bouquet of ranking, special stories, and interviews, we hope the latest issue would offer new insights of the education world. Looking forward to receiving our readers’ valuable feedback.

 

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