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AICTE's joke is called off

Wednesday, April 19, 2006


Yesterday Camelpost post a comment on ISB graduate gets Rs 1 crore salary offer, and he revealed some astonishing facts about AICTE, IIM and ISB.

IIMB will have a Singapore Shanty 4700 Sqft, 3 hour working day and just one faculty to conduct world class Management Education. I wonder if the above meets so called AICTE specifications. On the contrary ISB which has world class facilities at Hyderabad has been questioned by AICTE about maintaining standards. Its time the AICTE joke is called off. AICTE you stand exposed in your standards.

I do agree with Camelpost thatAICTE is playing some kind games with ISB standards.




Thanks Rana. One Camel Posting cannot fight the battle. Everyone must join to tear the AICTE mask off. Rana get your chetna for the battle    


Hey Rana I meant Chetak but anyway Chetna rhymes well with Rana    


Yeah, You are right to some extent but have you ever heard of power of One. which can change our world.    


As per latest news: The Union Ministry for Human Resource Development proposes to hold a meeting of Vice-Chancellors of Deemed Universities (DUs) and representatives of University Grants Commission and All India Council of Technical Education in Delhi on May four.

Let MHRD first decide if UGC is under AICTE or AICTE is under UGC or if UGC and AICTE are under MHRDor MHRD is under Conscience.

A quick raid of those "CONCERNED" in UGC for granting deemed university status and those concerned in AICTE for granting so called "APPROVAL" will defintely result in handsome revenue for the finance ministry.

Make Hay when the sun shines and its alraedy touching 40 degrees C.    


these issues will get hotter and hotter..........    


The UGC and the AICTE “have no idea how to maintain standards”, says former IIT Madras director PV Indiresan. “Their culture is bureaucratic; they think that national accreditation will do. Even a simple observation of the number of responsible assessors needed to monitor 17,000 odd colleges will show that centralised accreditation is not the answer.”

In a recent survey in Businessworld, 64 per cent of the recruiters surveyed said AICTE accreditation is not important. One of the top business schools in India — the Indian School of Business (ISB) — does not have AICTE accreditation.    


AICTE Punched by Court Orders
The Madras High Court, in an interim direction relating to the regulatory jurisdiction of the AICTE and the UGC over deemed universities, has instructed the former to issue a public notice advising students to attend classes.

Reserving its final order, a bench comprising Chief Justice A P Shah and Justice Prabha Sridevan said the AICTE in its advertisement should mention that students must return to their colleges, since failure to attend classes would result in their losing an academic year.

It must be published in English and Indian language newspapers, the judges said.

The bench indicated that orders would be pronounced in the third week of May and observed that all deemed universities must take prior permission from the UGC before starting new courses.

The AICTE could be part of the inspection team mandated to visit deemed universities, the judges added.    


Future Shock for India

Wisdomless Politicians
Meritless Admissions

Meaningless Curriculums
Substance less Examinations

Faculty less Departments
Student less Colleges

VC less Universities
Knowledgeless Society

Developmentless Nation
Into that hell of gloomdom

My Father
Let my country go to Sleep
Let my country go to Sleep.....

Poem by BR NATARAJAN BITS Pilani    

By Anonymous Anonymous on 6/18/2006 07:51:00 PM

If you thought Reservations end with admissions in IIT, please read the following from Academics@ IIT Delhi http://www.iitd.ac.in/bsw/academic.htm
Department Change at IIT .. A student is eligible to apply for change of discipline at the end of first year only provided he/she satisfies the criteria: CGPA for the General Category students greater than or equal to 7.50 and CGPA for SC/ST category students greater than or equal to 6.50.

MHRD and the job reservation in private sector supporting UGC Chief must be working hard to set new standards for OBCs.
Let my country go to sleep, let my country go to sleep .......    


AICTE cannot take action against Deemed Universities: HC
The Madras High Court today ruled that the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) has the authority to inspect deemed universities but any action against them could be only taken by the University Grants Commission (UGC).

A Division Bench of the High Court comprising Chief Justice A P Shah and Justice Prabha Sridevan made the observation while quashing a public notice issued by the AICTE in February last, warning of stringent legal action against Deemed Universities which conducted new courses and programmes, without its prior approval.

Disposing of petitions filed by about 20 deemed universities in Tamil Nadu, the judges pointed out that according to a UGC communication, "the AICTE may visit the university department or constituent college and send its final report to the the UGC for final approval".

Noting that the AICTE team conducting any inspection of deemed universities had the representation of the UGC, the bench said if the UGC did not depute such a member within a reasonable time, the AICTE could proceed to conduct the inspection and forward its report to the UGC for action.

Referring to the notices sent by the AICTE and the UGC calling for information regarding the courses offered and those introduced after being declared Deemed Universities and whether UGC approval had been taken, the bench directed all universities to respond to the notices within four weeks if they had not done so.    


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