Online certification is a cost-effective and convenient way to enhance your academic and professional skills. The post-COVID period has witnessed a significant rise in the number of people opting for these certifications. In India, the government has also initiated many online certification programmes for students and working professionals. The good thing about these courses is […]
TG Sitharam, Chairman, AICTE, provides an insight into how the organisation is enabling the implementation of NEP You have recently assumed charge at the helm of AICTE. Drawing from your vast academic experience in leading engineering colleges, culminating with being the director of IIT Guwahati, what for you are the key priorities for technical education […]
All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi, has done away with the land requirements for starting or running technical institutions. Now on the basis of the covered area along with Floor Area Ratio (FAR) and Floor Space Index (FSI), one will be able to start or run the technical institutions. AICTE has also […]
Dr. Abhay Jere who was appointed as the Vice Chairman of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) on 10th February 2023 took charge today at AICTE HQ, Delhi. Dr. Abhay Jere was the Chief Innovation Officer at the Government Ministry of Human Resources Development. In a notification issued by the Ministry of Education, Govt. […]
The Kashi Tamil Sangamam which is underway is acting as a bridge to get the north and the south closer and facilitate furthering the interaction and the links between people of the two rich and ancient cultures. A large range of books in English and Tamil on different subjects are on display and up for […]
IIT Guwahati Director T G Sitharam has been appointed chairman of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). According to a government notification dated November 17, he will serve as the Council head for three years or before he turns 65 years old, whichever is earlier. The Indian Express has learned that AICTE vice […]
India has good command over education; be it science or arts or any other Educational courses, we have Over 1000 universities and 50000+ institutions to teach students in the country. But there are various entrance tests and admission procedures in these colleges that bring up hindrances in the students’ enthusiasm to study. Thus, the Higher education secretary has proposed a reform in the education policies and introduced a single entrance examination to get admission across all UGC and AICTE universities in India.
The number of professional colleges shut down in the academic year 2020-21 is the highest. 179 professional colleges were shut down in India.
Approximately 179 professional colleges were shut down in India in the academic year 2020-21. These colleges include several engineering colleges and business schools. The professional colleges were shut down amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the New Education Policy released on Wednesday, the National Testing Agency (NTA) will be provided additional charge to conduct a common entrance test for admission to Higher Education Institutions across the country. Till the date, NTA conducts common entrance test conducts all the engineering exams- JEE Main, medical exam- NEET, JNUEE, DUET, UGC NET, and other examinations across the nation.
The India And UK collaboration on Mutual Recognition of Academic Qualifications (MRQ) will enhance the bilateral relationship between the countries and enable the seamless exchange of students within the two countries, Rittika Chanda Parrack, director, of education, British Council, India, told FE Education Online.