Engineering Studies Have To Be Done In Other States


Engineering studies have to be done in other states
Shamli. There is a growing trend among the youth of the district to become an engineer, but there is no government engineering college in the district. There is a lack of resources and facilities for engineering studies. After entering the students who cherish the dream of doing IIT, it remains a compulsion to move towards distant states or big cities like Haryana, Delhi, Punjab, Rajasthan, Himachal etc.
Both private engineering colleges closed
Two private engineering colleges were earlier opened in Shamli district. With the opening of these colleges, the facility was available to the youth to study engineering, but after a few years, both the private two engineering colleges have been closed. The College of Engineering was started in 2008 by the Silver Bells Group in the name of Shamli Institute in Jhinjhana. Electronics, Computer Science, IT, Mechanical Engineering courses were available in this institute. This college got closed in the year 2015. Atul Bansal, the director of this college, says that initially students were admitted in the college, but later the number of students kept decreasing, due to which the college was closed. Roorkee Engineering and Management Technology Institute (Remtech) was opened on Kairana Road in 2008 itself, but this college also closed in 2019. This college had courses in Computer Science, Electronics, Electrical, Civil, Mechanical, Polytechnic etc. Ravikant Sharma, who was on the post of Public Relations Officer in the institute, said that the college was closed due to low admission of students.
Ramoutar Tayal, a retired engineer from the Irrigation Department, says that the government has approved the opening of a private engineering college, but the necessary resources and facilities to become an engineer are not taken into account. In the colleges which were opened earlier in the district, they could not get the quality which should be for engineering. The government should provide resources and facilities in the colleges. To become an engineer it is necessary to have quality.
These students said-
Amitesh Vashisht, a resident of Mohalla Kaka Nagar, is living in Chandigarh and doing BTech from Electric branch. He says that due to lack of engineering college in Shamli, he has to go to study in another state. The government should open an engineering college keeping in mind the future of the youth.
Aman Verma, a resident of Budhana Road in the city, has done his BTech from Yamunanagar. Software engineer Aman says that there is no facility of engineering education in the district and there is no coaching. Therefore, students have to go out to other states under compulsion. Resources and facilities should be provided in the district for the education of the students.
Sagar Mittal, a resident of Bada Bazar of the city, is studying BTech in Solan Himachal Pradesh. He says that he has to go abroad and study in another state. There is no such facility for the students in the district. The government should pay attention to this.
Ashi Agarwal, a resident of Mohalla Kaushambi Vihar, is pursuing her BTech from ECE branch in Ghaziabad. It is his third year there. She says that due to non-availability of engineering studies in the district, she has to study away from home. If this facility is available in the district itself, then good education can be obtained at less cost. For this the government should pay attention.

Engineering studies have to be done in other states

Shamli. There is a growing trend among the youth of the district to become an engineer, but there is no government engineering college in the district. There is a lack of resources and facilities for engineering studies. After entering the students who cherish the dream of doing IIT, it remains a compulsion to move towards distant states or big cities like Haryana, Delhi, Punjab, Rajasthan, Himachal etc.

Both private engineering colleges closed

Two private engineering colleges were earlier opened in Shamli district. With the opening of these colleges, the facility was available to the youth to study engineering, but after a few years, both the private two engineering colleges have been closed. The College of Engineering was started in 2008 by the Silver Bells Group in the name of Shamli Institute in Jhinjhana. Electronics, computer science, IT, mechanical engineering courses were available in this institute. This college got closed in the year 2015. Atul Bansal, the director of this college, says that initially students were admitted in the college, but later the number of students kept decreasing, due to which the college was closed. Roorkee Engineering and Management Technology Institute (Remtech) was opened on Kairana Road in 2008 itself, but this college also closed in 2019. This college had courses in computer science, electronics, electrical, civil, mechanical, polytechnic etc. Ravikant Sharma, who was on the post of Public Relations Officer in the institute, said that the college was closed due to low admission of students.

Ramoutar Tayal, a retired engineer from the Irrigation Department, says that the government has approved the opening of a private engineering college, but the necessary resources and facilities to become an engineer are not taken into account. In the colleges which were opened earlier in the district, they could not get the quality which should be for engineering. The government should provide resources and facilities in the colleges. To become an engineer it is necessary to have quality.

These students said-

Amitesh Vashisht, a resident of Mohalla Kaka Nagar, is living in Chandigarh and doing his BTech from Electric Branch. He says that due to lack of engineering college in Shamli, he has to go to study in another state. The government should open an engineering college keeping in mind the future of the youth.

Aman Verma, a resident of Budhana Road in the city, has done his BTech from Yamunanagar. Software engineer Aman says that there is no facility of engineering education in the district and there is no coaching. Therefore, students have to go out to other states under compulsion. Resources and facilities should be provided in the district for the education of the students.

Sagar Mittal, a resident of Bada Bazar of the city, is studying BTech in Solan Himachal Pradesh. They say that they have to go abroad and study in another state. There is no such facility for the students in the district. The government should pay attention to this.

Ashi Agarwal, a resident of Mohalla Kaushambi Vihar, is pursuing her BTech from ECE branch in Ghaziabad. It is his third year there. She says that due to lack of facilities for engineering studies in the district, she has to study away from home. If this facility is available in the district itself, then good education can be obtained at less cost. For this the government should pay attention.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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