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- noun The science of the mechanical arts.
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- noun The science of the mechanic arts.
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- noun dated The
scienceof the mechanic arts.
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Are engineering colleges and technical education institutions such as polytechnics adapting themselves to the dynamics of education?
There are only 13 government and seven private polytechnics in the state. posted by Neel @ 6: 23 PM
Centre grants proposal for 4 polytechnics in Orissa
And so, from the 1960s there was a widening of access through the Open University, new universities, polytechnics and more part-time courses appropriate to mature learners with jobs.
Considering the need for technical education in the state, the centre has approved the proposal to set up four polytechnics.
My guess is that rankings – and the measurements that have fed them – have done far more to destroy diversity than, for example, the decision two decades ago to make polytechnics universities.
Of those institutions who have shown their hands, three in four are maxing out, including former polytechnics such as the University of Central Lancashire.
Orissa Business and Career: Centre grants proposal for 4 polytechnics in Orissa
Therefore, when reading today about two former polytechnics beating Oxbridge in terms of having higher employment rates for graduates, I could not help but smile.
Four polytechnics will be set up in Malkangiri, Boudh, Gajapati and Sambalpur district of Orissa.