Engineering is a vast subject that has progressed exponentially in India in the past decade. 2015 to 2020, have been watershed years in science and innovation.
With a stable administration, many laws and programs have been put in place to foster a culture of innovation and absorb significant new technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain, and electric cars.
Growth of Technology And Engineering in India
According to research, intangible investments by private firms are increasing, as is an investment in R&D by multinational corporations. The most recent edition of the UNESCO Science Publication, a principal global analysis issued every five years, was released on June 11, 2021, covering the period from the last report in 2015.
According to the study, India has achieved significant progress toward its Sustainable Growth Goals (SDG), particularly those related to SDG 9 and the development of industry, infrastructure, and innovation.
There are several issues in the world today, both worldwide and domestically. At the same time, new prospects are emerging, particularly in India. Changes in technology, legislation, geopolitics, and the environment have created these opportunities. Five such big engineering projects in India can potentially create $300 billion over the next five years.
These prospects will benefit the whole ecosystem, including engineering service providers and their direct participation. Moreover, once accepted, these technologies can solve many of the country's problems in industries.
The engineering R&D market in India would grow from US$ 36 billion in FY19 to US$ 63 billion by FY25. In the next decade, India would require Rs. 235 trillion (US$ 3.36 trillion) in infrastructure investment (2020-29). As a result, engineering product exports are estimated to exceed $200 billion by 2030.
The industry's growth led to the introduction of unique subjects and specialisations from some leading institutes like NMAM Institute of Technology.
Variety of Subjects Available to Engineering Students in India.
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning & Data Science: These subjects are available in various combinations. You can select AI with Machine Learning or AI with Data Science. Additionally, NMAMIT also offers a combination of AI and robotics. Data science is concerned with managing, analysing, and interpreting large amounts of data in order to guide decision-making effectively.
Algorithms are used in machine learning to examine data, learn from it, and foresee patterns. If you wish to do research, the discipline of data science is an excellent place to start. If you want to become an engineer and incorporate intelligence into software solutions, machine learning or, better yet, AI is the way to go.
Biotechnology: Biotechnology, at its most basic, is biology-based technology; biotechnology harnesses cellular and biomolecular processes to develop technologies and products that improve our lives and the health of our planet. Biotechnologists alter organisms or biological systems components to build new products or processes.
They investigate the physical, genetic, and chemical properties of cells and tissues to find industrial applications for them.
Electronics & Communication Engineering: ECE (Electronics and Communications Engineering) is the study, design, development, and testing of electronic equipment utilised in diverse systems. Electronics and communications engineers also design and supervise the production of communications and broadcast systems.
ECE is a fantastic choice if you are strong at communication and circuits. ECE has a wide range of applications. You can work in the IT business, aviation, telecommunications, and so forth. Electronics and communication engineers might potentially find work in the Indian armed services.
Electric Vehicle Technology: Students that study electric vehicles are prepared for product development jobs in the automotive, communications, solar, wind turbine, and innovative grid industries, as well as service jobs in the automotive business. Engineers may advance their careers by developing and creating appropriate solutions for electric automobiles.
According to the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, India's electric car future is dynamic. By 2030, this industry will have created one million employees.
VLSI Design & Embedded Systems: Embedded systems design is concerned with developing code that will be executed on a flexible piece of hardware. VLSI is concerned with converting programming instructions into an integrated circuit structure.
Due to the need for expertise in these areas, it will benefit students to learn from professors and industry experts. That is precisely how it is taught at NMAMIT. Universities play an essential role in teaching engineering students to develop themes early on, ensuring their readiness for technology.
As devices like smartphones are being delivered with new features in ever-shorter cycles, there is a high need for competent, very-large-scale integration (VLSI) engineers to work on these products. As a result, there are plenty of advancement opportunities in the VLSI business.
We at NMAMIT provide programs that teach students about these technologies, either directly or indirectly, to prepare them for the transition of industries. Furthermore, we at NMAM Institute of Technology ensure that students obtain this expertise to stay ahead of the competition in the business.