Engineering Articles


New Tech Sheds Light on the Future of Food?

We need to make better use of land, light and logistics for an increasingly urban population. And we need to incorporate zero-waste and low-energy technologies into the task of food production. View more

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Mass-Produced Engineers From Private Colleges With No Quality Are Of No Use

This article is an interview of ‘metro man’ E. Shreedharan. He answers many of the questions regarding engineering in India and helped in analyzing the current scenario of it. He asked all the engineers to take pride in their profession. A passion for profession is required.

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Just what is wrong with India's engineering graduates?

This article is a personal experience of an Indian student. It gives answer to the question: why is the majority of fresh graduates in the field seem unemployable?

Various survey reports are also provided in the article.

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Grand challenges in polymer industry

This article talks about grand challenges in polymer chemistry. It says how advent and the global scale establishment of the polymer technology has shaped the world around us and has profoundly changed its perspectives.

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The Scope of Nuclear Power Technology in India

This article talks about the nuclear power technology in India. There is an increase in demand of electricity for the developing India. Thus, nuclear power seems to be the most sustainable energy option. The demand of nuclear engineers is also increasing with such growing economy. Read on this article to know more about the nuclear power engineering.

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Expert predicts bright future for ceramic industry

This article contains the words said by Y. Siva Sagar Rao, former chairman-cum-managing director of Rashtriya Inspat Nigam Limited. This article talks about future of Ceramic industry.

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Career in nanotechnology in India

This article talks about nanotechnology as an emerging field in science and technology and is poised to bring in revolutionary changes across all spheres of life. A high scope for nanotechnology is predicted in India to be larger than IT and internet boom. So the students in this field can look forward to a great career ahead.

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Scope of civil engineering

This article talks about the scope of civil engineering in India. Civil engineering is one of the oldest branch which has many different areas to work from home, building construction to highway. The future scope of civil engineering sees construction, power and energy sector. So, there is going to be a huge demand for civil engineers. Civil engineering has scope in designing as well

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Engineering a future?

This article is written by the Pro Vice Chancellor of VIT University, Chennai. This article provides answers to the questions- does India need so many engineers? ; are they all employable? He talks about how select their branch of study and guides the way a stream should be chosen. For those, planning to pursue engineering, this is the thing for you!

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India's engineering graduates cannot solve simple mathematical problems

This article talks about the miserable situation of some engineering graduates who are unable to solve even simple math problems. This article is based on a report, released by aspiring minds.

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83% of Indian engineering graduates unfit for employment: Survey findings!

This article talks about the unemployment of engineers and they being unskilled and shows some light through facts and figures in this problem.

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A million engineers in India struggling to get placed in an extremely challenging market

This article talks about how a million engineers in India are struggling to get placed in an extremely challenging market. India’s technical pool is warped, with almost the same number of engineers as technical graduates from institutes such as ITI. This article provides a factual nourishment to the situation of engineers in India.

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Emerging agriculture technologies

This is not a listicle rather this article talks about 15 emerging agriculture technologies that will change the world. This is a very informative article about what innovation is going to take place in the coming years in agriculture engineering.

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Have You Ever Wanted to Build the World’s Tallest Building?

This article talks about a high career in civil engineering and occupational outlook for civil engineers. Being a civil engineer requires mixing creativity and science.

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  • What is engineering?

    The application of knowledge in order to solve problems, build, design, invent, improve, and maintain  devices, machines, materials, processes, structures, and systems of these. 

    An engineer uses their knowledge of the sciences (both applied and otherwise) to create solutions. 

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  • Why should we study engineering?

    Engineers are involved in all aspects of designing, building and testing new technologies and products. Creativity and problem solving are at the heart of every engineering industry. Read on…..

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  • What does an engineer do?

    To answer it very briefly - An engineer studies a problem, and engineers a solution. It is not a remedy for the effect like the typical allopathic treatment, but a treatment or solution for the cause like in Ayurveda…..

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  • What is mechanical engineering?

    Mechanical Engineering is one of the most broad engineering disciples there is. Generally there are two major categories: heating ventilation air conditioning (HVAC) and product design. In the case of HVAC, the goal is to design systems to move heat away or towards an application, such as developing the HVAC for a building or complex…….

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  • What are the main differences between physicists and engineers?

    Physics is a science.

    Engineering is an art. Well, scientifically based art. Applied scientific artworks, one may say.

    Physicist uses models of the material to investigate the phenomena of nature. For example, the flow of fluids, and particularly of water. He starts with “dry” water, i.e. no viscosity, no contaminations……

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