Conference Highlights


  • To make engineering education relevant to the societal and industrial requirements
  • To transform outcome-based education and outcome-based accreditation by adopting best global practices, enabling engineering based industrial growth
  • To build the institutional capacity of the senior management and the faculty of academic institutions to adopt outcome-based education
  • To evolve frameworks to groom ethics, teamwork, project management and lifelong learning attributes among engineering graduates
  • To connect with experts from signatory countries of Washington Accord for enriching engineering education, accreditation framework and engineering profession.


  • Recommending a policy framework to enhance the standards and quality of engineering education and profession
  • Building the institutional readiness and motivation for adopting outcome-based education
  • Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of outcome-based accreditation by building capacity of Program Evaluators (PEVs)
  • Transforming engineering pedagogy and professional practice frameworks to make engineers an engine of a vibrant industry and knowledge economy
  • Grooming engineers as solution providers by solve complex interdisciplinary problems of the society.


  • Curriculum – bench marking and good practices.
  • Accreditation – challenges and solutions.
  • International Accords/Agreements
  • Collaboration and Linkages
  • Innovative Teaching-Learning & Assessment Methodologies
  • Engineering Profession and Practice.
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