STAFF REPORT LHR: As the engineering is quite a challenging field, all the stakeholders related to engineering sector including academia, industry and other concerned departments must develop mutual lines of progress and prosperity by bringing innovation.
“The gap between academics and industrial engineers should be overcome through strong collaboration between research and development to cater down all sort of challenges with proper utilization of resources in progressive manner,” said Prof. James Trevelyan University of Western Australia while meeting with Vice-Chancellor University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore Prof. Dr. Fazal Ahmad Khalid at UET.
He further said that mass production always requires mass distribution and mass consumption, so in this regards engineers must have knowledge about the demands of markets and other related segments for achieving success.
According to him, different technologies of engineering have become interdependent to each other so universities must develop way of coordination with each related discipline to design vivid road map for attaining destination.
“It is pertinent to mention here that Prof. James Trevelyan is launching a book on his ideas to become successful engineer, within days,” he elaborated.
During the session, Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Fazal Ahmad Khalid talked that todays era is not solo flight era, it is time of collaboration, consensus and team time work.