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Ethical and social issues criteria in academic accreditation. Infusion of ethics and social issues throughout engineering, scientific and technical curricula

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1 Author(s)
Aiyadurai, K. ; Arulanandar Coll., India

At present, Technical Curriculum deals with the study of Science and its application. The acquisition and application of scientific knowledge and techniques to various fields such as industry, agriculture, medicine, health care, transport, housing, defense etc., should result in a technology that would meet the needs and comforts to all the people of the country. Science and technology must have two factors, viz. coherence and utility. They must satisfy man's thirst for knowledge and it must also provide value addition to the life in terms of comforts. The former promotes human culture and the later, human civilisation

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Technology and Society, 2001. Proceedings. International Symposium on

Date of Conference:

2001