QEEE Phase 9, NPTEL and QEEE Re-runs

QEEE Phase 9, NPTEL and QEEE Re-runs

QEEE Phase 9 March & April 2018 Topics Topic IIT Professor Fits and Tolerance Prof. G.L. Samuel Discrete Time Signals Prof. David Koilpillai I/O Systems Prof. Sandip Chakraborty Gas Turbines Dr. Sreedhara Sheshadri Limit State Design of Columns and Footings Prof. Amit Shaw Fuzzy Logic System Prof. Shanti Swarup Run Time Enviornments Prof. Supritm Biswas Arches and Suspension Bridges Prof.Arul Jeyachandran Space Ttrussess Prof.Arul Jeyachandran Process Management Prof. Chester Reberio Steam Turbines Prof.S.R. Kale NPTEL Regular…

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QEEE Minors “Jan-Apr 2018”

QEEE Minors “Jan-Apr 2018”

Minor IIT Faculty Data Sciences Prof. Raghu Signals Systems and Communications Prof. Radha Krishna Ganti Networking and Security Prof. G. Venkatesh Components of Minors: Each minor has coursework topics (offered in QEEE/MOOCs) and project activity (listed on qeee.in). Students are required to complete atleast 6 of the mentioned coursework topics and the project activity to be eligible for the minor certification. Coursework: The lecture content and recorded videos are available in the Coursepack. The student can self-study or local…

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QEEE is Successfully Stepping into Phase 9

QEEE is Successfully Stepping into Phase 9

Many of you might be aware of the QEEE program, whose main feature is “Live Classes”, wherein, one faculty (from a reputed institution such as IIT etc) teaches several classrooms at multiple colleges simultaneously. These sessions allow for live interaction between the students and teacher. QEEE is successfully stepping into Phase 9. With the wide variety of courses offered in the regular QEEE program, Listed below are the newly offered NPTEL courses as well as Re-runs which…

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Project Activities Update – 3 Course Outlines

Project Activities Update – 3 Course Outlines

I. Case Study in Data Sciences: Three experiments, 3 techniques, 10 missing values to be found out.. Readings from five sensors (F1, F2, F3, F4, F5) will be made available to you (for 100 different tests, in a csv file). The readings are not arranged according to any order.  There are some records, though, where there are a few missing readings that are marked NA. You should find out if there are any ideas that can be…

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3 New QEEE Minors Certificate Program Open

3 New QEEE Minors Certificate Program Open

QEEE Minors is a certificate program offered to QEEE registered colleges. The current semester “QEEE Aug-Nov 2017” offered  3 Minors: Minor IIT Faculty  Data Sciences  Prof. Raghu  Signals Systems and Communications  Prof. Radha Krishna Ganti  Networking and Security  Prof. G. Venkatesh Components of Minors: A single session to explain the Project Activity is scheduled. The details on the problem statement, experiment procedure, auto evaluation process will be explained. Please note that all students can attempt…

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Objectives of DSP Labs in IIT Madras

Objectives of DSP Labs in IIT Madras

 DSP Labs IIT Madras Objectives  You are invited by IIT Madras to explore their DSP Labs built at their premises. This is an initiative of the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India, under the National Mission on Education through ICT, primarily targeting Higher Education A broad objective of the virtual labs is to devise a program that will use both synchronous and asynchronous learning mechanisms to augment current pedagogical practices with external scholastic inputs. Objectives of the…

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How Automation is Going to Affect Your Jobs?

How Automation is Going to Affect Your Jobs?

The new buzzword thats tipping the workspace is automation.  Automation started changing the way companies work.  Lets take a look at Core and automotive industry that are responding to automation, and what it means for skills and jobs in these industries. CORE SECTOR Automation essential for competitiveness. Areas where automation is happening: Automation is happening at a rapid pace. In the power sector, for instance, one can see state electricity boards go in for smart…

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Where Most Indian Engineering Graduates, be it IT or Electronics Engineers, Fail?

Where Most Indian Engineering Graduates, be it IT or Electronics Engineers, Fail?

Most Indian engineering graduates, be it IT or Electronics engineers, fail when they are expected to apply basic principles to solve real-world problems. With neither the requisite analytical skills nor a commendable command of the domain, they flounder. They need “specific” training. That’s an expense that not everyone in the industry wants to incur. Universities need to bridge this gap or colloborative programs like QEEE can come to the rescue. For instance, they can encourage…

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95% Engineers in India Unfit!

95% Engineers in India Unfit!

A recent survey found out that 95 per cent of engineers in the country are not fit to take up jobs. According to a study by employability assessment company Aspiring Minds, only 4.77 per cent candidates can write the correct logic for a programme. This  reduction in quality of Indian Engineers can be attributed to dearth of good lecturers in colleges. Finding these abysmal statistics thought-provoking, we had a rather animated discussion on which college…

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