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INTRODUCTION OF ADDITIONAL COURSE(S) AND OR INCREASE VARIATION IN INTAKE AND OR ADMI


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INTRODUCTION OF ADDITIONAL COURSE(S) AND/OR INCREASE/VARIATION IN INTAKE AND/OR ADMISSION OF FOREIGN NATIONALS/PIO FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2006-2007

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Introduction :

To meet the ever increasing demand of qualified manpower in the field of emerging areas of
Engineering and Technology, Maharaja Agrasen Technical Education Society, Delhi, has
established Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology (MAIT) with the approval of All India
Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India in 1999. It is
affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. This millennium will be an interesting
period. The Silicon Revolution has paved the way for Information Technology Revolution,
which is already burgeoning on the horizon. Industrial revolution has changed the society from
agrarian to industrial. After a period of one century, the Silicon Revolution has become the
precursor for the change of the industrial society to informatic society that is connected with
information superhighways and wherewithal to handle a heavy traffic of information. These
highways are international transgressing the boundaries of land and water. Thus this
millennium will see a free intercourse of social values, cultures and civilizations. At the same
time the dire economic necessities will force economies to come closer and partake in the
overall development of the entire mankind.

Technical Education & Industry Scenario

It is well know that the country is passing through an economic boom. The growth rate has
reached 8% an all time high. Manufacturing sector accounts for 11 to 12% growth and Service
Sector around 14 15%. The average is around 8% because Agricultural Sector is lagging. IT
Sector has performed at the 29% growth level. Since, the economy is poised to became global,
technical education has to turn global.
It s no new story that the Indian IT sector has been on a high growth path, even while the rest of
the world was reeling under recessionary pressures, thanks to the pool of skilled manpower
available in India. However, two IT sectors that have been growing rapidly, yet quietly, are
embedded technology and semi-conductor designing. Again, thanks to the technical skills of
Indian engineers, which need further refinements through proper course structures and exposure
to the international practices. China has taken a deep plunge in this direction.

Embedded Technology

The term embedded technology usually refers to different forms of technologies that go into
building an electronic system. This covers the design of integrated circuits, operating system,
firmware (software), test schemes and the system itself. This has been one of the fastest growing
career opportunities in the past five years and is expected to grow even higher in the coming
years. A trend that is being driven by electronic systems becoming more and more digital,
mobile, portable and convergent.

Chip designing

Says Pradeep Kumar, Country Director, STMicroelectronics India, Semi-conductor chips,
which are at the heart of the IT revolution, have found applications in almost everything. They
are used in computers, mobile phone handsets, consumer electronic goods, industrial automation,
automobiles, etc. This kind of diversity in their applications has resulted in a positive boost for
their demand as well. Many industry analysts believe that this will become the fastest growing
segment in the years to come.
NASSCOM predicts that the chip design industry will grow to US$808 million by 2005.
According to a MAIT an Ernst & Young study, it is estimated that the semi-conductor chip
design market in India will require around 1,40,000 engineers by the year 2010 translating to a
US$ 7 billion industry. On the global front, another report suggests that the international market
expects product development to be worth US$ 75 billion, and will require nearly 150,000 trained
professionals by 2005. So, there is full swing tide of opportunity which educational planners and
administrators must be able to visualize.
It is no wonder, therefore, that many global corporations have set up design centres here in India.
Global semi-conductor majors Texas Instruments and STMicroelectronics being amongst the
first. They set the trend for more and more semi-conductor companies and OEM organizations,
which began to outsource the development of complex technologies such as system-on-chip to
Indian start-ups and established companies with design expertise. Today, India houses more
than 60 chip design firms that are undertaking cutting edge design work. This number,
incidentally, has only been rising and includes some big names such as Motorola, IBM, Cisco,
Lucent and Sun, among others, besides some Indian names like Accel, C-DAC, Ittiam Systems,
Wipro Infotech, Tata ELEXSI and Tejas Networks.
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