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More Students Opting For Mechanical Compared To Computer Science In Engineering Courses – AICTE

In March in this year, we had reported that due increase in automation in the IT sector, top 5 IT forms recruited 24% less employees in 2015. What we didn’t anticipate was the ripple effect of the automation phenomenon in an important sector – education. As per All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), enrollment […] The post More Students Opting For Mechanical Compared To Computer Science In Engineering Courses – AICTE first appeared on Trak.
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