Classes for institutes authorized by the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) will start from July 1. The new tutorial session for these institutes for newly admitted college students will start from August 1, as per the most recent round launched by the governing physique. After the University Grants Commission (UGC), now the AICTE has launched its tutorial calendar and tips to be adopted by AICTE-approved schools in addition to a standalone postgraduate diploma in administration (PGDM) and postgraduate certificates in administration (PGCM) institutes.
Open and distance mode candidates may be admitted from August 15, the AICTE knowledgeable. It requested schools to enroll college students on a provisional foundation in case the results of the undergraduate course couldn’t be declared as a result of lockdown. In these instances, college students should present a profitable completion certificates by December 31, 2020.
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The AICTE had mentioned that if the state of affairs doesn’t normalise until July then the institute can go for an internet mode of training to begin new semesters.
Further, the AICTE has additionally requested institutes to not hike their charges for the tutorial 12 months 2020-21. Earlier, a number of mother and father had requested to discontinue price hike for this 12 months citing pay minimize or discount in revenue as a result of lockdown.
For college students whose exams couldn’t be performed as a result of lockdown, AICTE requested institutes to advertise them based mostly on UGC tips. The UGC had suggested to conduct exams just for final 12 months or closing semester college students and promote relaxation based mostly on inside assessments. The UGC tips had added that exams may be held in July if the state of affairs normalises. As per the UGC calendar, the lessons for the continuing batches will open from August whereas the new admissions will start from September 1.
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