AICTE Approved BTech Courses In Hindi At 3 Haryana Colleges

AICTE has already approved 14 universities throughout the nation to provide B.Tech programmes in regional languages.

The new National Education Policy (NEP) emphasises the introduction of professional courses in regional languages, and three Haryana institutions have already gained AICTE approval to begin BTech programmes in Hindi.

This will allow Hindi-speaking students to attend undergraduate engineering programmes in these schools in their native tongue. The AICTE has authorised 210 seats at these colleges to begin BTech programmes in Hindi in 2021-22.

The NEP envisioned higher education institutions teaching professional courses in students' regional languages or mother tongues, or offering courses in a bilingual medium.

This would enhance access to education and raise the Gross Enrollment Ratio, which is one of the education department's key goals in the NEP.

The three Haryana institutions that have begun offering engineering degrees in Hindi are as follows:

  • Faridabad's JC Bose University of Science and Technology has been granted for 30 more seats in Mechanical Engineering.
  • Sonepa's Deen Bandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology has been given 30 more seats in Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering.
  • Guru Jambeshwar University of Science and Technology, Hissar, has received approval for 30 more seats in Electronics and Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science Engineering, and Information Technology.

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