ONLINE STORY: PRACTICAL VS THEORY LEARNING
IMPLEMENTING PRACTICAL LEARNING TO THEORY
Engineering happens to be the most liked career choice for the Indians. But the vast lengthy syllabus makes it harder for the students pursuing it. Filled with technical knowledge and details, engineering requires practical hands on knowledge for students to grasp the concept and implement. Dr. R. A. Kathar, professor at the JNEC and a workshop superintend aims to inculcate in students practical learning. He instructs and guides students to build All Terrain Vehicles (ATV) which the mechanical department students learn theoretically.
Not only has he been successful in developing an ATV, but his team called as the team Ashwa has won accolades for its projects. The ATV built by the team in 25 days has secured all India rank 2nd and 8th. “Practical learning is very essential as students get to know about spare parts, tests to qualify and implement what they learn in textbook in real life.” Dr. kathar work towards improving the quality of learning and education system of India with improvising syllabus and co scholastic activities.