About Symposiums

Being one of the nations with youngest population, India is charting out a plan to become the developed nation. National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 and Technology Vision (TV) 2035 are some of the major current initiatives, which can transform the education system and envision futuristic technology to make India developed and self-sustained. As India moves towards becoming a knowledge economy and society, more and more young Indians are likely to aspire for higher education. NEP 2020 focuses on education system of India which significantly contributes towards sustainable livelihoods and economic development of the nation. The vision of the Policy is to develop knowledge, skills, values, and dispositions that support responsible commitment to human rights, sustainable development and living, and global well-being, thereby reflecting a truly global citizen. This also aims at universalization of education with increased Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) and a goal of making India a global study destination by 2030. The policy envisages broad-based, multi-disciplinary, holistic education with flexible curricula, creative combinations of subjects, integration of vocational education and multiple entry and exit points with appropriate certification. The policy also ensures to keep India’s talent to stay and contribute towards India’s growth and development. Technology Vision 2035 is another perspective plan which would enable a more calibrated approach to technological progression. The TV 2035 roots itself into the collective aspirations, ambitions, and expectations of Indians to get themselves experience the evolution of technology vision for the country. Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC), an autonomous organization under the Department of Science & Technology has been constantly working on achieving these technological horizons by plotting the technology trajectories. It is imperative that technology is the key driver for empowering individuals, societies and countries. It facilitates development in all its dimensions to enhance human capabilities. It has been a game changer in the growth of world economy, entrepreneurship, and employability. Therefore, it is essential to embark upon an exercise to explore technological possibilities to attain the development goals.

Looking into new opportunities in the emerging knowledge economy era, it is our responsibility as a stakeholder to ensure the accessibility of quality engineering education to aspiring potential students with a rewarding career to create sustainable society. With an effective implementation of both NEP 2020 and TV 2035 once again likely to increase the demand of E&T education in the country. Integration of these documents in the curriculum will bring the learning diversity and inclusiveness. Integration will not only enhance the content, pedagogy and technology in education but will also embed the career vision with multiple career options with global opportunities. The new curriculum is expected to promote holistic and multidisciplinary to improvement and enhance the employability skills. It will also ensure to provide access to all stakeholders to contribute towards the development of a knowledge society, which will help in technological progress, globalization of the world economy, increased importance of specialized knowledge, increased awareness of the importance of knowledge for country´s economic development and creation of new jobs. This will transform India to become an equitable and vibrant knowledge society, by providing high-quality education, by enhancing employability and employment, and thereby making India a global knowledge superpower. Thakur College of Engineering and Technology has always been in the forefront to initiate and support such government ingenuities by providing the platform for all stakeholders from industry and academia. One Day National Symposium on “Implementation of NEP 2020: A perspective to enhance Employability and Employments of Engineering Graduates” is a platform to engage the huge pool of human resources to see the realization of vision of India as a developed technological nation where every engineering graduate desirous of job should be industry ready for global career and get the job as per the potential and talent. Discussions and deliberation in the symposium will help the institutions for the effective implementation of programme specific EAE model.

Programme Highlights


1. Implementation of NEP 2020 and TV 2035 for making India Knowledge Superpower
2. Crafting Globally Competent and Locally Relevant Engineering Graduates
3. Engineering & Technology Education for becoming Developed and Self- Reliant Nation
4. Stakeholders’ Engagement for Mutual Growth and Development

Panel Discussion

Four Tracks of Parallel Panel Discussion on the following Themes:
Track 1: Accessing NEP 2020 and Technology Vision (TV) 2035 for productive engagement of E&T Graduates
Track 2: Crafting Globally Competent and Locally Relevant Engineering Graduates

Mini Coffee Table Conference

Parallel Tracks in Conference on Intricacies of NEP 2020 and TV 2035 for Higher and Technical Education

  1. Developing Human Resource in compliance with Industry 4.0 standards
  2. Stakeholders'Engagement for Mutual Growth and Development

Registration Details

The participation is open to all the stakeholders, Industry Professionals, Academicians from India & outside India. There is NO registration fees for Symposium. Online certificate will be provided to the participants for attending the program.

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Target Audience

Policy makers, Industry Professionals, Policy makers, Industry Professionals, Principals, Directors/ Deans/ TPOs/ HoDs & Faculty Members from Higher & Technical Affiliated/ Autonomous Institutes/ Private/ Deemed-to-be Universities/ University Departments, Students & Parents.

Inaugural Function

Panel Discussion

Mini Coffee Table Conference

Valedictory Function


One-day Online National Level Industry-Institute Symposium has been concluded on 10th July 2021. In case you'd missed it, then watch it here:

Registration Details

The participation is open to all the stakeholders, Industry Professionals, Academicians from India & outside India. There is NO registration fees for Symposium. Online certificate will be provided to the participants for attending the program.

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