Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Be wary of unrecognised institutes, students told - Source LT

Director of technical education Dr Subhash Mahajan appeals to students to contact authorities concerned if they have any doubts about any course or institute

The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) has urged students to take admission in diploma, undergraduate, postgraduate and postgraduate diploma courses in recognized institutes and colleges only. 
It may be noted that the results of SSC, HC and undergraduate courses were declared across the State.
Many institutes, which offer professional diploma, UG and PG courses, do not have permission from the competent authorities like All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), Council of Architecture (CA) and University Grants Commission (UGC). They lure students by charging less fee and giving relaxation in basic eligibility criteria. And when their students complete the courses and apply for a job or loan, their applications get rejected as their institutions are unrecognized.
Institutions running courses like BE, B Tech, B Arch, B Pharm, diploma and degree in Hotel Management and Catering Technology, MBA, MMS, MCA, M Pharmacy, M E and M Tech etc are required to have permission of the competent authority, director of technical education Dr Subhash Mahajan stated in his appeal and urged students not to fall prey to unrecognized colleges and institutes.
He also appeals to students to contact authorities concerned — university, office of director and joint director — if they have any doubts about any course or institute.

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