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PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2004 7:34 am    Post subject: Let us join our hands together Reply with quote

Rejuvenation of Structural / Civil Engineering:-

Dear Sefians,

We have lot of discussions daily. Now its a time to join our hands together
and think about "Rejuvenating our Profession". Following points are worth to
be noted down:

1) Need for training
2) High standards of education
3) Emphasis on Experimental work in addition to theory
4) Good job - job security
5) Sustaining moral - stopping 'Brain Drain'

Further I wonder about a question . . . "Why mainly politicians" hold
engineering colleges?
In Mumbai over 100 engineering colleges and polytechnics are there. But only
about 11 colleges/politics have Civil/Construction engineering. But all the
colleges have computer / IT branches. Do the EDUCATIONALIST want to slowly
omit CIVIL engineering.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 3:54 am    Post subject: Let us join our hands together Reply with quote

Rejuvenation of Structural / Civil Engineering:-

Dear Sefians,

We have lot of discussions daily. Now its a time to join our hands together
and think about "Rejuvenating our Profession". Following points are worth to
be noted down:

1) Need for training
2) High standards of education
3) Emphasis on Experimental work in addition to theory
4) Good job - job security
5) Sustaining moral - stopping 'Brain Drain'

Further I wonder about a question . . . "Why mainly politicians" hold
engineering colleges?
In Mumbai over 100 engineering colleges and polytechnics are there. But only
about 11 colleges/politics have Civil/Construction engineering. But all the
colleges have computer / IT branches. Do the EDUCATIONALIST want to slowly
omit CIVIL engineering.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2004 5:09 pm    Post subject: Let us join our hands together Reply with quote

I agree with the proposition of joining hand not only for the upliftment of profession but for the Indian society as well
Eng Suraj Singh PE
Doha Qatar

ABHYANKAR@hccindia.co.in wrote:
Rejuvenation of Structural / Civil Engineering:-

Dear Sefians,

We have lot of discussions daily. Now its a time to join our hands together
and think about "Rejuvenating our Profession". Following points are worth to
be noted down:

1) Need for training
2) High standards of education
3) Emphasis on Experimental work in addition to theory
4) Good job - job security
5) Sustaining moral - stopping 'Brain Drain'

Further I wonder about a question . . . "Why mainly politicians" hold
engineering colleges?
In Mumbai over 100 engineering colleges and polytechnics are there. But only
about 11 colleges/politics have Civil/Construction engineering. But all the
colleges have computer / IT branches. Do the EDUCATIONALIST want to slowly
omit CIVIL engineering.


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