Know More About Engineering Colleges in Haryana

Haryana, as is evident from the past three decades, is rapidly transforming into a huge educational hub with major developments taking place in Sonipat. With a large number of public and private universities to accelerate its educational growth, Haryana is becoming premier center for education. And this growth is supported, to a large extent, by the engineering colleges in the state. Listed below are a few of the top engineering colleges in the Haryana:

1. National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra

NIT, Kurukshetra is government established engineering institute that provides undergraduate, post-graduate programs in Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy program in Humanities, Engineering and Sciences. It is one of the 31 NITs in the country.

Academics – The college provides four-year undergraduate programs in several fields. It also offers post-graduate courses in the similar fields. Besides that, it also provides Ph.D. research programs in various fields of science, humanities and engineering. It also offers MBA.

Admissions – Admission to the undergraduate courses is through JEE Main. Admission to post-graduate courses depends upon the course:

· Master of technology – through GATE score

· Master of Business Administration – though CAT / JMET followed by GD-PI

· Master of Computer Application – through NIMCET score

The Institute is ranked 10th among all the NITs in the country.

2. YMCA University of Science and Technology, Faridabad

Established in 1969, started as an Indo-German project, YMCA University of Science and Technology is an autonomous institution of engineering.

Academics – The university offers undergraduate four-year B.tech programs in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Information Technology and various other fields. It also provides two-year M.Tech program and MBA.

Admissions – Anyone who wants to join any of the above mentioned courses in engineering needs to appear foe JEE. Admission will take place on the basis of JEE score.

For MBA, the admission is on the basis of CAT / MAT but first class engineering graduates will also be considered.

3. University Institute of Engineering and Technology Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak

The UIET Maharshi Dayanand University was established in 2005 with the aim of providing high quality education in engineering and technology.

Academics – The college provides four-year B.tech courses in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biotechnology, and various other fields. It also provides M. Tech in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Electronics Communication Engineering, etc.

Admissions- Admission to B. tech is through JEE-Main score and Admission to the M. Tech courses is through GATE score and also through institute separately separated test.

4. College of Agricultural Engineering and Technology CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar

Established in 1970, it is one of the largest agricultural universities in Asia. It is an autonomous agricultural institute that provides education in agricultural engineering.

Academics – The Institute offers undergraduate B. tech and B.Sc programs in various agricultural fields. It also provides post-graduate M. Sc and MBA programs and Ph.D. programs as a part of its curriculum.

Admissions – Admission to all undergraduate programs (except B. Sc Home Science and …

Art and Science – The Physics of Our Natural World, A Book Review

When you go to college you take psychology and philosophy courses which challenge the reality of existence, as the professor tries to get your mind to think outside the box. While this is a very good exercise, it confuses a good number of students. Perhaps I have a solution for that. Maybe all these college students need to do is to consider the science behind what is, that is to say, ask the question; what is our reality made of, and then work backwards from there, while asking the same questions suggested by the professors.

If you’d like a book which can help you consider all this, and perhaps understand a little bit more about what they are doing with particle physics at places like CERN, then I have a decent recommendation for you. The name of the book is;

“Einstein’s Space and Van Gogh’s Sky – Physical Reality and Beyond” by Lawrence Leshan and Henry Margenau, MacMillan Publishers, New York, NY, 1982, 268 Pages, ISBN: 0-02-570460-5.

Now then, you don’t have to be a new age sort of person to enjoy this attempt by the authors to explain our current realm and reality using hard science, quantum physics, and much of Einstein’s most noted equations and theories to enjoy this book and ponder the alternate realities, or relative observations of all that is in our known world. The authors first dive into exactly how to understand and explain this concept of alternate realities and the structure of domains, realms, and relative realities.

Although this book was written in 1982 one could look at it and see that much of the understanding of modern day, even the most current theories of particle physics in philosophically touched upon. In fact, by the time you are completed with Part I of this book you will have a pretty good grasp heading into Part II and Part III. The authors have a nice philosophical and scientific argument for the reader with regards to relativity and truth, as in what is it, what is it reality, and where and when did it, will it, or can it occur.

You will enjoy the discussion on causality, feedback, purpose, reductionism, logic, and verification of scientific theory, as the authors perhaps explain how come their view is perfectly sound with all that is. In Part III, well, this is where things get really interesting and deep as in; what is real, is anything real, and why is it real, or not. There is an interesting chapter on art, one on ethics, and another on consciousness.

Although these authors seem to be writing from a liberal arts perspective, which drives someone like me up the wall, their scientific usage of theories, and knowledge is quite good, thus, this book survives the label of a; New Age work.…