The Golden gate bridge would have been just another mundane structure connecting San Francisco and Marin County, had there not been a streak of creativity in Irwing Morrow’s genius mind. Creativity and logic go hand-in-hand. In fact, engineering can’t exist without an intelligent ‘design’. It’s what the educators at Alliance College of Engineering & Design teach.
People from the industry think that one can get away with being an engineer sans an inventive and artistic side. The truth is, it’s not engineering if you’re doing the same thing again and again. Engineering is all about using the laws and principles you learn to solve problems uniquely, thereby reducing the effort and resources required in the process.
Teachers at Alliance College of Engineering & Design do not promote mindless memorization (rattafication if you will). They ensure that the students understand topic in-depth.
Most of the engineering schools across the nation will teach students to solve a certain type of problem with the help of formulas and peculiar laws. You will be given examples based on real-world problems where you have to apply formulas to solve them. This goes on and on till your mind is conditioned into an obscure calculator.
Quite ironically, they will ask you to come up with a unique final year project that solves problem using a unique and creative approach. Under pressure, the students end up borrowing or copying projects when they are not given the necessary tools and time to create an ingenious sample.
Professor Sudhir Angur, the Chancellor of Alliance University says that all the curriculum of engineering disciplines offered by his university encourages students to think innovatively. The university offers engineering courses in seven disciplines, namely:
- Aerospace Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Science & Engineering
- Electronics & Communication Engineering
- Electrical & Electronics Engineering
- Information Technology
- Mechanical Engineering
Educators at Alliance College of Engineering & Design do maintain that there should be a fine balance between imagination and application. Sure, there are engineering spectacles, such as The Crooked House in Sopot, Poland, but they are supported by the same rules the usual structures are governed by. Put too much pressure and the frame may break, make the base weak and the entire structure may fall. Bad engineering leads to bad design, so keep your math and science as error-free as possible! : Visit > alliance.edu.in