The academic session for the first-year students of technical courses will now begin from December 1. Earlier, it was expected to be commenced from November 1. The All India Institute For Technical Education (AICTE) on October 21 announced the decision. The last date for the admission process has also been extended to November 30. The AICTE further instructed all approved institutes to follow the UGC's guidelines against the COVID-19 Pandemic… read-more
Courtesy: The Times of India
All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has notified that Kashmiri pandits, Kashmiri migrants and Hindu families living in Kashmir valley would be granted relaxations in college admissions from the year 2020-21. Reportedly, a 10% relaxation in cut-off and up to 5% increase in number of seats have been provided to the beneficiaries concerned. However, to avail the concessions, students are required to produce their domicile… read-more
Courtesy: The Indian Express
Data by the All Indian Council of Technical Education reported, around 49% of management graduates were offered job in 2019-20, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the highest number of jobs offered to B-school graduates in a year since 2012. Experts believe this happened as they started recruitment process early this year. However, the report did not include IIMs as they are autonomous and do not fall under AICTE purview.