The main aim of the technical education is that, it makes the students skilled and technically fit for the industries. The technical education schemes are having very good opportunities for career and employment. It imparts the knowledge strongly from the basics to advanced and modern technologies for the budding technical aspirants. The education which provides special practical knowledge of technologies and skills is known as technical education. It is different from general education. As far as concern the technical education promotes independent and self learning, tunes the student effectively and increases the potential of the students. The technical education is not about studying and passing of the examinations, but it imparted a technical bias to the electrifying today’s students.
Technical Education offers good opportunities for employments and it would be helpful to make successful career. If we talk about the technical education, it contributes a major share to the overall education system and plays an important role in the social and economic development of our nation. In India, technical education is imparted at various levels such as: industrial training institute, diploma, and degree, post-graduate and research in specialized technical fields, accommodating to various aspects of technological development and economic progress.
In order to maintain the standard of technical education, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) was set up in India. AICTE is responsible for the planning, formulation and maintenance of norms and standards, quality assurance through accreditation, monitoring and evaluation, maintaining of certification and awards and integrated development and management of technical education in the country.
In this era of unemployment, only technical education can assure one of a job or source of income in terms of technical skills and it can provide comfortable living. Those who are still in the conventional institutions, passing examination that have little relevance in the modern systems, may not find opportunities of employment. And, quite naturally, they end up becoming the victims of frustration and find themselves in dilemma in this modern world.
If a country owns sufficient technical hands with full of skills, it undoubtedly accelerates the pace of development. Technical hands cannot be unemployed. On the other hand, technical hands do not need to request others for jobs, if they start their own business; they can provide job opportunities to other educated people as well. Thus technical education helps us to reduce the problem of unemployment.
Sagar Institute of Science and Technology (SISTec) is very renowned institute in central India which provides the best technical educations to their students. SISTec is known for imparting skill based technical education to their students which make them fit for industries. At SISTec Colleges, students have demonstrated their ability to take their education and apply it in solving day to day problems. Sagar College is one of the best engineering colleges in Bhopal in true sense.
SISTec has Collaboration and MOU with different companies and Industries, so that the students get placed with good packages and do the jobs in their technical fields. Apart from this SISTec make the students able in technical education and they can become entrepreneur as well. As far as my concern, SISTec in the coming years definitely bring revolutionary changes in the field of technical education.
The economic progress and development of the nation depends on technical hands. Every country should give high priority on technical education to uplift the prosperity of the nation and SISTec is one of them which provide the best technically fit engineers to the society for its betterment. Earlier it was a dream of modern India, and technical education has given the due importance with a view to realizing that dream.
Prof. Devendra Singh Mehra
Associate Professor (ECE)