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Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Final approval process handbook 18 1. Approval Process Handbook Page 2 FOREWORD The aim of higher education in India is to provide access, equity, and quality education at affordable cost to all aspiring citizens with transparency and accountability so as to ensure sustainable economic development of the nation.
It is achieved through creation, transmission and dissemination of knowledge. The All India Council for Technical Education AICTE has been in existence since November as a national level Apex Advisory Body and as a statutory body through an Act of Parliament in with its mission of developing and promoting quality technical education in the country in a coordinated and integrated manner. Technical education at all levels is witnessing a distinct change in terms of improvement of the existing colleges in tune with the quality assurance norms set by the regulating and accreditation agencies.
The Council believes in providing a proper impetus for the Institutions to generate competent Engineers, Pharmacists, Managers, Architects and Scientists and encourages them to think beyond the curriculum while imparting training for the advancement of knowledge.
The Council has put in place several initiatives to bring about changes in the Approval Process by introducing greater transparency and accountability through the e-governance. The emphasis this year has been to simplify the procedures and greater ease in the approval process through informal and formal interactions with all stakeholders.
This is expected to create an academic ambience in the Technical Institutions for nurturing and supporting quality so that technical education in India will be one of the best in the world. This manual is an attempt to provide comprehensive information on the fair and rational system of administration as well as other necessary information on the processes involved under the aegis of the AICTE.
In keeping with this objective, apart from regulatory role, AICTE shall continue to strive to be a true mentor, facilitator and enabler in bringing out the best in each Institution. We hope all the stakeholders of technical education shall also put in their best and make team India proud. Particulars Page No. Bachelor of Engineering B. Bachelor of Pharmacy B. Bachelor of Science B. Master in Science M. Minor children of such person are also eligible for OCI. Approval Process Handbook Page 11 between a Government or Statutory entity on the one side and a private sector enterprise on the other side.
The AICTE was set up in November based on the recommendations of CABE to stimulate, coordinate and control the provisions of educational facilities and industrial development of the post war period. The growth of industries in the country, just after independence, also demanded the need for qualified professionals in other fields, such as Business Management, Architecture, Hotel Management, Pharmacy etc.
Although the diverse elements of Management such as Commerce, Economics, Finance, Psychology and Industrial Sociology were being taught for a long time, the need for Management Education in a formal way was felt in India only in the fifties.
Other major initiatives taken in Management Education include: setting up of the Administrative Staff College of India at Hyderabad in the late fifties, National Productivity Council and Indian Institution of Management in the early sixties. Architecture was covered under the Architects Act, Hotel Management Education had a modest beginning with short Programmes in Nutrition and Food Science, which started in the late fifties.
Education in other professional fields such as, Pharmacy, Applied Arts and Crafts has also undergone similar developments during the post-independence period. Programmes for Technical Education, during the first three Five year Plans, were devoted to expansion of Technical Education to meet the growing demand for technical personnel at Diploma, Degree and Post-Graduate Levels.
From the fourth Five year Plan onwards, the emphasis was shifted to the improvement of quality and standards of Technical Education. This was done through implementation of the Quality Improvement Programme consisting of three major components that provided for M.
Meanwhile, expansion of Institutions and Intake remained at a low level in the Government, Private-aided and University sectors. The Policy Shift during eighties towards involvement of Private and Voluntary Organizations in the setting up of Technical and Management Institutions on self-financing basis ushered in an era of unprecedented expansion of the Technical Education System, a trend which has continued during successive Five year Plans.
The number of Engineering Colleges and Polytechnics including Pharmacy and Architecture Institutions in was 44 and 43 with an Intake capacity of and respectively. Due to efforts and initiatives taken during successive Five year Plans and particularly due to Policy changes in the eighties to allow participation of Private and Voluntary Organizations in the setting up of Technical Institutions on self-financing basis, the growth of Technical Education has been phenomenal.
Approval Process Handbook Page 18 1. Emphasis on developing high quality Institutions, academic excellence and innovative research and development Programmes; ii. Networking of Institutions for optimum resource utilization; iii.
Dissemination of knowledge; iv. Technology forecasting and global manpower planning; v. Promotion of Industry-Institution interaction for developing new products, services, and patents; vi.
Inculcating Entrepreneurship; vii. Encouraging indigenous technology; viii. Focusing on non-formal education; ix. Providing affordable education to all. Making Indian Technical Education globally acceptable. The Institution should also adhere to the existing Central, State and Local laws. The time schedule mentioned in the Public Notice shall be final and binding. To process any request from the Institution regarding approval, online application is mandatory.
The last date of submission of application shall mean submission of application on Portal and generation of payin slip not later than the last date as mentioned in the time schedule for this purpose and as notified in the Public Notice published in the leading newspapers and through the AICTE Web-Portal.
Enclosures to be submitted at various stages in the approval process shall be as per Appendix The scheme shall be applicable to the Districts in Annexure where no Polytechnics are already available. If any of the mentioned Districts are carved out administratively, then thosecarved out Districts shall also be considered under the Sub-Mission Scheme. Applications shall be processed by way of obtaining an undertaking from the Chief Secretary of the respective State Government that the land has been transferred in the name of the proposed Institutions, sufficient funds have been allotted to start the construction of the permanent campus and that these proposed Institution s are being established in the respective State under the above mentioned Schemes initiated by the MHRD.
The Institutions shall function in a temporary campus and will move to their permanent campus within 2 years from the date of Letter of Approval LoA.
Approval Process Handbook Page 22 3. Applications for the cases listed in Clauses 3. However, the Institutions shall be eligible for the same after one batch of students pass out. Plot s of land under consideration shall be contiguous and shallhave no obstacles such as river, canals, rail tracks, highways, high tension lines or any such entity hampering continuity of land. In case, if obstacles come later, connectivity shall be ensured and proper Safety Certificate should be produced from Competent Authority.
Provided that the restrictions mentioned above shall not be applicable, if the Technical Institution is established by Government of India or its name is approved by the Government of India.
The Council shall permit the Change in name as per laid down procedures as given in this handbook 3. Architecture b. Approval Process Handbook Page 24 required.
However, in such cases all other norms as per Approval Process Handbook such as separate Head of the Department, faculty, infrastructure, built-up area, etc. RO shall verify and upload in the Web-Portal for allotment of Password to the applicants for further processing. Using this USER ID, the applicant will be able to track the status of the application at various stages of processing.
Applications shall be accepted subject to realization of the Payment. Only those applications submitted within the last date including payment shall be considered for processing. The Portal permits the generation of Deficiency Report. Submission of an application on Web-Portal on or before the last date as mentioned in the schedule is mandatory.
Applications complete in all respects and in order shall only be processed. Expert Visit Committee shall verify the completeness of infrastructure.
All India Council for Technical Education
The AICTE accredits postgraduate and graduate programs under specific categories at Indian institutions as per its charter. In its 25 April judgment the Supreme Court said "as per provisions of the AICTE Act and University Grants Commission UGC Act , the council has no authority which empowers it to issue or enforce any sanctions on colleges affiliated with the universities as its role is to provide guidance and recommendations. Subsequently AICTE was getting approval from the Supreme court to regulate technical colleges on a year to year basis till January , when AICTE got blanket approval for publishing the Approval Process Handbook and approve technical colleges including management for the session and in all future sessions. According to the All India Council for Technical Education, , the AICTE is vested with statutory authority for planning, formulation and maintenance of norms and standards, quality assurance through school accreditation , funding in priority areas, monitoring and evaluation, maintaining parity of certification and awards and ensuring coordinated and integrated development and management of technical education in the country. To provide for establishment of an All India council for Technical Education with a view to the proper planning and co-ordinated development of the technical education system throughout the country, the promotion of qualitative improvement of such education in relation to planned quantitative growth and the regulation and proper maintenance of norms and standards in the technical education system and for matters connected therewith. For each bureau, adviser is the bureau head who is assisted by technical officers and other supporting staff.
Approval Process Documents