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AICTE Not To Allow Low Employment Potential Disciplines From 2020-21

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) will not allow new conventional disciplines with low employment potential from the academic year 2020-21.

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Common Entrance Test Could Be Considered If All States Get Same Syllabus: AICTE

When brought to his notice on the perception that engineering courses were losing sheen and becoming less lucrative, the official said it was a wrong perception and added that courses were not losing the sheen.

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Curriculum Is Revised With Respect To New Age Technologies: Anil Sahasrabudhe

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) is the statutory body and a national-level council for technical education, under Department of Higher Education, MHRD. BW Education talks to Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman - AICTE, about the current education scenario in the country and how can Indian institutes receive global recognition. Excerpts:

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AICTE Award To Promote Cleanliness, 'Smart' Use Of Technology

TERRE Policy Centre and International Institute of Waste Management have also associated themselves with AICTE for contributing to the overall cause of the award.

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AICTE To Get Retired IIT, NIT Professors To Mentor Colleges

In December 2017, AICTE initiated a mission to introduce better systems and processes in order to improve the quality of education imparted in technical institutes across the country, such as imposing a blanket ban on the establishment of new institutes from the 2020-21 academic year.

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Students Can Now Pursue Humanities Alongside Engineering Degrees

The walls are finally down. A look at how the AICTE‘s approval for technical institutes to also run arts and commerce courses is set to play out on the ground.

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AICTE Suggests Indian Authors Books For Engineering Students, UGC Promotes

Books by Indian authors and publishers will contextualise the engineering course content for students for better understanding, said UGC circular. Students, however, prefer foreign authors stating better content quality. Academicians ask for more technical books by Indian writers and focused incentivized initiatives from the government.

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Open Book Exams In AICTE's New Exam Reform Policy

'The questions in open book exam must take advantage of the format, and give more weightage to application of knowledge, critical thinking and use of resources for solving real complex engineering problems,' it adds.

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AICTE To Provide Rs 30,000 As Scholarship For Differently-Abled And Female Students

The last date to apply for Pragati and Saksham scholarship schemes has been extended to October 31, 2018

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Students Need To Be Encouraged Into Startup Culture: AICTE

The AICTE has made its own startup policy through which universities and colleges along with their normal courses will start entrepreneurship courses.

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