Critical Thinking Process and Its Effect on Engineering

Ram Murat Verma, Manita Devi, Sunita Bishnoi, Ravindra Komal Chand Jain


Critical thinking is the efficient and active process of synthesizing, analysing, integrating, conceptualizing, or/and evaluating knowledge produced or obtained by communication, reason, reflection, experience, or observation as a guide to action and belief. The effect of one point is determined by the reactions of others. When building arguments, highly practicing thinkers see the invalidity of their theories as a result of criticisms of others as well as possible refutations of their own. Communication, both external and internal, is a process that makes someone new while undergoing development. This technique can help to clarify the definition of critical thinking as a theoretical concept, a quantitative skill, as well as an educational objective, and therefore as a theoretical concept, a quantitative skill, and an instructional objective. We examined several perspectives and stages of critical thinking, such as observation, analysis, and communication, in this study. Critical thinking is an intellectual endeavour in which students learn to identify or construct an argument, use evidence to substantiate that argument, draw appropriate conclusions, and use knowledge to solve problems.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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