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Which is the best engineering colleges in Haryana?

by Aman Sharma Educational Blogger &Content Writer
As we face significant planetary issues such as global warming, ocean acidification, biodiversity loss and urban migration, it is clear that the engineering profession has a significant part to play in affecting the future of our planet. Australian engineer and incoming president to the World Federation of Engineering Organisations (WFEO) Barry Grear (AO), questions, 'What asp rational role will engineers play in that radically transformed world? … An ever-increasing global population that continues to shift to urban areas will require widespread adoption of sustainability. Demands for energy, drinking water, clean air, safe waste disposal, and transportation will drive environmental protection (alongside) infrastructure development.' 1 Engineers have a critical role to play to help Australia and the world achieve sustainable development. It is clearly no longer possible to be a professional engineer and ignore the challenges and opportunities that arise from needing to achieve sustainable development. There is also a strong business case for engineering firms and university engineering schools to embrace sustainability. Whether you want to attract the best and brightest, or you wish to ensure that your students/employees are equipped with appropriate knowledge and skills to meet client needs, training for sustainability is now recognised as essential.

To be able to stand up to this platform one needs a college which has sufficient systems in place to make their engineering aspirants global ready for every thing the world needs.

 Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology (PIET) is the Best Engineering Colleges, Best Engineering Colleges in Haryana, an institute approved by AICTE and affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, which is located at 70 mile stone on the G T Road leading from Delhi to Panipat and has to its credit some great achievements made possible by a strong management with a global vision and have ever focused on academic excellence.  For this purpose the best of the most competent faculties are appointed filtered through a stringent process of interviews, presentations and demo classes, cost being no bar. And they are the ones who enrich the young minds with the manure of their experiences and awaken in them the joy of creative expression and knowledge, which is the supreme art of the teacher. It is rightly said that training the minds to entertain thoughts without acceptance is the strongest tool which is responsible for nine tenth of education. This is the place where teaching is instilled in minds as a highest thought of understanding.
 
Coming to the global requirements, while they already have tie ups with some of the universities of Singapore, Sweden, Holland, Germany, UK and USA, recently they have signed an MoU with Chungbuk National University, South Korea for student/faculty exchange programmes and with Australian Institute of Water Sciences to open a Center for Excellence in Environmental Sciences including waste water management and water pollution.”

This is one of the Best Engineering Colleges; Best Engineering Colleges in Haryana where students are made ‘Placement Ready’ to face challenges of the growing world and developing India. Campus interviews are a regular feature here all through the year, where about 150 top companies like visit to pick up the best of candidates. by the top companies like Microsoft, Wipro, Unisys, Virtusa, NIIT, JSW, IBM, L&T, Infosys, HCL, SAPLABS, NEC Technologies,Cummins India, UST Global, Flipkart, Amazon, Arvind Ltd., Vardhman, Trident,  Indian Navy,Air Force and, Indian Army etc. That is why this institute has been awarded for ‘Best in Placements’ in North India three times in a row since 2014.

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About Aman Sharma Advanced   Educational Blogger &Content Writer

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