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AICTE bans new pharmacy colleges till 2022 except in North East...

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) have impose ban on setting up of new pharmacy institutes...
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After order from SC, PGDM institutions seek AICTE clarification on oversight

Does the AICTE have regulatory supervision over management education in the country following the latest Supreme Court decision on this matter? Clarifying the issue, a...

HRD Ministry directs UGC to probe allegations of degree sales by...

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) on Thursday took consciousness regarding the allegations of selling fake degrees put on certain universities. The University Grants Commission...

Engg colleges to lose affiliation for not following directives of student...

Engineering colleges and other technical institutions, which fail to obey the guideline and recommendations of the Student Grievance Redressal Committee (SGRC), may be penalized...

AICTE to provide full tuition fee waiver to economically backward students

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has extended its scheme of Tuition Fee Waiver (TFW) to postgraduate courses. Under the scheme, an...

AICTE chairman emphasises need to train teachers of higher education

AICTE chairman, Anil Dattatrava Sahasrabuddhe has said at an event in Bengaluru that teachers in the higher education sector should be given proper training...
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AICTE approves “Open Book Exams” for Engineering Students

Among the comprehensive reforms recommended by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), lie "Open book examination", mandatory internships for students and induction...
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AICTE names 3 Pune College that follows best practices on their...

Among the 30 institutes analyzed by AICTE on the factors of conducting best practices for education, 3 have been named from Pune.  The College...

No more distance education from non-university institutes: UGC

The recommendations to regulate distance education in India by a committee headed by Prof N R Madhav Menon  were what sailed this decision.