As we all know cancer disease is silently killing lots of people these days and this is happening due to the abnormal growth of cells. Cancer and its treatments can affect body systems, blood circulation, immune systems, and the hormone system. Cancer develops when the body’s normal mechanism stops working. Old cells do not die and instead they grow out of control forming new abnormal cells.
The AICTE has set up a committee of subject experts from IITs to review the existing curriculum and recommend changes at engineering and technical institutes across the country. This step has been initiated considering the employability of engineers in recent years. Better late than never, the regulatory body, which has now issued instructions that affiliated technical universities to revise their syllabus annually in consultation with industry players. The institutions will have to set up subject-wise industry consultation committees (ICCs) every year, and then incorporate their recommendations into their engineering syllabus.
In 2011 about 48% of India's 1.21 Billion population was from 0 to 23 age group, of this about 72% is from Rural India. Over next 10 years, India needs to an employee about 300 Million (30 crores) fresh graduates/ dropouts. India needs to develop Infrastructure to support massive population growth. To develop sustainable and living cities and villages, the government needs to implement the blueprint it has prepared. Efficient and timely execution of following budgeted schemes will enable young India to dream and achieve personal and national goals.
"We can live without religion and meditation, but we cannot live without human affection"-Dalai Lama