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JournalCover    Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET)

Print ISSN : 2349 - 2473

Online ISSN : 2394 - 1707

Frequency : Quarterly (January, April, July, October)

Editor-in-Chief : Krishna Vedula

Editor : Sushma S. Kulkarni


Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET) is a scholarly journal committed to the advancement of theory, research and practice in the field of engineering education. Published from India, the world’s largest hub of engineering education, JEET is international in its scope inviting scholars and experts from across the globe to share their theoretical insights and innovative practices for the enhancement and transformation of engineering education.

JEET is a peer-reviewed journal made available in both print and online versions. A double-blind peer-review process performed by experts in the field will ensure the highest standard in scholarship.

The Objectives of JEET are:

  • To provide a world-class platform for publishing original research in engineering education.
  • To provide a forum for sharing innovative practices for imparting engineering education.
  • To provide a forum for sharing innovative strategies for combating issues unique to engineering education in India and abroad.
  • To foster international collaboration and discoursefor the betterment of different aspects of engineering education.

The Structure of JEET will consist of:

  • NEWS AND REVIEWS: Brief news items about upcoming events and conferences, achievements by faculty , students or institutions; book reviews, case studies, interviews of eminent personalities.
  • EMERGING ISSUES: Articles on emerging issues in Engineering Education that call for action from engineering education community.
  • RESEARCH: Research articles in engineering education theory and practice.
  • BEST PRACTICES: Articles on best practices to enhance the quality of engineering education, supported by assessment.
  • SHORT COMMUNICATIONS: Comments from readers on previous articles; original thoughts on certain issues; significant work in progress aimed at stimulating discussion.