Sign In

Search Courses

Engineering And Technical Courses

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Engineering and Technical courses are designed for engineers and technicians who either cannot attend standard classroom led engineering education due to time or distance limitations, or for those who simply want more flexible training. The engineering courses feature hands-on tasks, real-world applications and use a multi-pronged approach involving self-study, interactive on-line classes and assignments with a mentor on call. Because the Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas are online, your existing work commitments are not interrupted.

Three types of technical engineering courses:
 

  • Fundamental Courses: These courses are intended to refresh fundamental power engineering concepts in the minds of practicing engineers. The main emphasis is on understanding how these fundamentals apply to the addressed discipline.
     
  • Advanced System Courses: These courses form natural extensions to the fundamental courses, in the corresponding discipline, where detailed analysis, planning, design and operation techniques are presented. Methods of enhancing system performance and trouble shooting techniques are presented at this level.
     
  • Specialized Topics: These courses address topics of special nature, to deal with the new trends in the electrical industry aiming at increasing efficiency, reducing cost, and improving performance. They also deal with changes in the production industry practices and the increasing use of equipment sensitive to network disturbances.

Top 10 colleges in this field are-

1. Indian Institute of Technology IIT, Kanpur

2. Indian Institute of Technology IIT , New Delhi

3. Indian Institute of Technology IIT , Kharagpur

4. Indian Institute of Technology IIT, Chennai

5. Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani

6. Indian Institute of  Technology IIT, Roorkee

7. Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University (IT-BHU), Varanasi

8. National Institute of Technology, Mangalore

9. Indian Institute of Technology IIT, Guwahati

10. Delhi Technological University, Delhi

 

 

The remuneration in this field for the beginners is nearly in the range of Rs. 10,000-20,000. But the senior professionals in this field earn a lucrative amount of Rs. 25,000 - 50,000 because of their better experience, skill and knowledge.

Engineering Institute of Technology Certificate Courses

 

EIT Certificates Courses are completed over 3 months, and consist of a set number of modules. The modules are covered in 6 live online webcast presentations with a professional instructor, including group discussions with participants from around the globe.

 

EIT offers Certificate courses in the areas of:
  • Industrial Automation, Instrumentation & Process Control
  • Data Communications & Industrial IT
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Management

 

Engineering Institute of Technology Advanced Diploma Courses

 

EIT Advanced Diploma courses are completed over 18 months and combine 72 live, interactive sessions with comprehensive texts and interactive remote labs, enabling you to hit the ground running and be of immediate benefit to your company or future employer.

 

EIT offers Advance Diploma courses in the areas of:

  • Industrial Automation, Instrumentation & Process Control
  • Data Communications & Industrial IT
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

 

Engineering Institute of Technology Vocational Graduate Diploma Course

 

EIT offers a Vocational Graduate Diploma of Project  Management in Industrial Automation which is completed over 12 months. It is comprised of 9 units running over a period of 4 semesters of 12 weeks each, with one week break between semesters.

 

The Vocational Graduate Diploma is offered as an accredited stand-alone program and also provides the opportunity for successful students to move straight into the second year of the 2 year Master degree in Business and Project Management conducted by Asia Pacific International College (APIC).

 

 

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has set new criteria for taking admission in engineering courses. As per these criteria, many II PU candidates will now be eligible for seeking engineering seats via the state CET.

Moreover, marks scored by II PU candidates in computer science and electronics will be considered while deciding eligibility criteria for engineering/technical courses along with chemistry, biology and biotechnology.

Earlier this year, the AICTE increased the eligibility criteria by 5%, which was earlier 50% and now 55% for the general category. It has come to light that on Tuesday, a meeting will take place where the Higher Education Minister VS Acharya will be urging HRD Minister Kapil Sibal to reduce the eligibility criteria for 2011-2012

It’s not just the eligibility on which the AICTE has been working; combating growing menace of ragging is also a growing concern for the AICTE. In order to combat ragging, the AICTE has come up with stricter policies. It has been told that this year while giving an admission to a student the authorities concerned will ask the student to sign a form that he or she will not indulge in any incident which is regarded as ragging. Moreover, parents will also be made to sign an application saying that if their ward is found guilty of ragging then the authorities concerned can take action against them.

Meanwhile, it has emerged that the AICTE has approved 175 institutions, including 100 engineering colleges, and asked the rest to correct their shortcomings.


Back to top