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Sardar Patel Management & Technology  Vidyapeeth  (SPMTV)

 Educational Consultancy: Distance Learning

                    (Educational Consultancy for M.TECH/B.TECH/MBA/MCA IN  India for Regular and Distance Learning)

For Admission In Distance Learning B.TECH/M.TECH/MBA/MCA/M.PHIL contact us by mail : btech_india@yahoo.com  or sms by 09826032282,LAST DATE 15/10/2007

ABOUT THE AICTE APPROVAL OF B.TECH & M.TECH COURSE IN DISTANCE LEARNING

 

  

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         About the Course Detail and Recognition of Degree 


THIS UNIVERSITY IS RECOGNITION BY UGC/AIU AND MINISTRY OF HRD GOVT. OF INDIA AND DEC (IGNOU) 


NOW  We Discuss About the Recognition of AICTE:-

If course is RECOGNIZED BY DEC (IGNOU)  THEN AUTOMOTIVE IT RECOGNIZED BY AICTE ,YOU SEE THIS PUBLIC NOTICE ISSUE BY AICTE FOR DISTANCE LERNING COURSE 

according the aicte website 


 

PUBLIC NOTICE

 

F.No. 37-3/Legal/AICTE/2007

17.04.2007

 

            It has come to the notice of the University Grants Commission (UGC), the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and the Distance Education Council (DEC), that some Universities, Institutions Deemed to be Universities and other institutions are offering technical education programmes in the ‘distance mode’ without the approval of the concerned statutory Councils.

 

            All Universities, Institutions, Deemed to be Universities and other institutions are hereby cautioned that running such programmes and giving misleading advertisements regarding unapproved ‘ distance mode’  courses and programmes of study, shall attract severe action under the provisions of applicable laws, including that of de-recognition and withdrawal of institutional approval.

 

            It is hereby clarified, in the public interest that there are a number of courses or programmes of study leading to Degree / Diploma or other awards in Engineering & Technology, Management, Computer Applications, Architecture & Town Planning, Pharmacy, Hotel Management & Catering Technology, Applied Arts and Crafts, etc., which have not been approved by the appropriate Statutory Council for being conducted in the ‘distance mode’.  It is also reiterated that all courses or programmes of study in the ‘ distance mode’ require the approval of the DEC.

 

            Students, their parents and the general public are, therefore, advised to refer to the web-sites of the UGC (www.ugc.ac.in), the AICTE (www.aicte.ernet.in) and the DEC (www.dec.ac.in), to verify and satisfy themselves of the list of approved courses or programmes of study, before joining any programme in the ‘distance mode’.  Students, their parents and the general public are also requested to bring any violation of the above statutory position to the notice of the UGC/AICTE/DEC/ other appropriate Council.

 

 

 

 

           (Dr. T.R. Kem)                               (Dr. K. Narayana Rao)                    (Dr. Rajasekhran Pillai)         

          (SECRETARY)                             (MEMBER SECRETARY)                               (CHAIRMAN)

 University Grants Commission           All India Council for Technical Education           Distance Education Council

(Statutory Body of Govt. of India )          (Statutory Body of Govt. of India)                        (Body setup under IGNOU)


 you can see this letter on website of aicte

 http://www.aicte.ernet.in/download/Distance.doc


if the degree is directly award by university from its  Regular COURSE /Distance Education/Part Time mode then AICTE APPROVAL  is not NECESSARY .

FROM WEBSITE OF THE HINDU :-

NEW DELHI, SEPT. 24. The Supreme Court has ruled that it is not obligatory for a university, created under an Act of a competent legislature, to seek and secure prior approval of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) to start a department for imparting a course or programme in technical education or a technical institution as an adjunct to the university itself to conduct technical courses of its choice and selection.................................................................................................................

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/2001/09/25/stories/0225000l.htm

Universities can launch technical courses without AICTE approval: Supreme Court's Landmark judgement

 

MINISTRY OF HRD GOVT. OF INDIA CLARIFICATION THAT UNIVERSITY NOT REQUIRED APPROVAL FROM AICTE

this judgment is also clarify by ministry of hrd govt. of India by notification 

links is given below 

link here to see as pdf 

finaly it is clarification given by AICTE that university and deemed university is  NOT REQUIRED APPROVAL FROM AICTE

                                                                                                  

Advt. No.  AICTE/Legal/03(01)/2006-07

Public Notice

 

FOR THE ATTENTION OF STUDENTS SEEKING ADMISSION TO TECHNICAL COURSES OFFERED BY INSTITUTIONS (OTHER THAN UNIVERSITIES INCLUDING DEEMED TO BE UNIVERSITIES, IITs AND IIMs) 

As per the AICTE Act (52) of 1987 and the Regulations laid down there under, approval is mandatory for any institution offering Technical Education Programmes in Engineering & Technology, Management, Computer Applications, Architecture & Town Planning, Pharmacy, Hotel Management & Catering Technology, Applied Arts and Craft, in India with or without Foreign University Collaboration. 

It has come to the notice of the Council that several institutions are offering courses in the field of Technical Education without obtaining mandatory approval from AICTE.  The Council has been collecting information through newspapers, websites, complaints received from students and general public and other sources, about such institutions conducting courses in the field of Technical Education without obtaining mandatory approval from AICTE. 

As per the information available till date, 169 institutions are found to be conducting courses in the field of technical education without obtaining AICTE approval. 104 institutions are conducting technical education programmes in collaboration with foreign Universities without AICTE approval.  The list of such institutions along with the courses being offered without AICTE approval is available on the AICTE website "www.aicte.ernet.in".  The list may not be exhaustive. The list of AICTE approved institutions and programmes is also given at the same website which can be used to check if a particular institution has got the mandatory approval or not. 

Students are advised not to take admission in technical education courses run by any institution which has not been approved by AICTE. They are cautioned that joining unapproved programmes can have serious consequences in terms of eligibility for employment, higher studies etc.  Students desirous of joining any technical programme of any institution must confirm the status of approval either through the AICTE website "www.aicte.ernet.in" or directory of approved institutions and programmes or from "Information and Facilitation Centers" at AICTE Headquarters, New Delhi and Regional Offices located at Bangalore, Bhopal, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kanpur, Kolkata and Mumbai. 

Member Secretary 

YOU CAN SEE THIS LETTER ON WEBSITE OF AICTE


THIS UNIVERSITY IS RECOGNITION BY UGC/AIU AND MINISTRY OF HRD GOVT. OF INDIA AND DEC (IGNOU) 

 

 

 


 

Educational Consultancy: Distance Learning 

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If course is RECOGNIZED BY DEC (IGNOU)  THEN AUTOMOTIVE IT RECOGNIZED BY AICTE ,

 IT CLEAR IN THIS LETTER



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