Shaikh Mohaddis

What are the demerits associated with a non aicte approved branch (b tech)

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RE: What are the demerits associated with a non aicte approved branch (b tech)

Shobhit Verma
Shobhit Verma
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Assistant Professor at GRKIST
  • Jabalpur

Listen payal.......i want you to know first that All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) was set-up in November 1945 as a national level Apex Advisory Body to conduct survey on the facilities on technical education.
It means it is a standard body which looks after the technical education in our country.


If the course or technical college is not recognized by AICTE...Then at the time of any campus or interview ...you will be given less preference than anyone who passed or have done any technical course from AICTE affiliated college........Even many public sector undertakings also write clearly while displaying vacancies that the candidates must have done or completed technical course approved by AICTE.
What i want to say that it is always better to go for technical course approved by AICTE otherwise it will limit our chances .

RE: What are the demerits associated with a non aicte approved branch (b tech)

Shobhit Verma
Shobhit Verma
Verified Career Expert
Assistant Professor at GRKIST
  • Jabalpur

Listen payal.......i want you to know first that All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) was set-up in November 1945 as a national level Apex Advisory Body to conduct survey on the facilities on technical education.
It means it is a standard body which looks after the technical education in our country.


If the course or technical college is not recognized by AICTE...Then at the time of any campus or interview ...you will be given less preference than anyone who passed or have done any technical course from AICTE affiliated college........Even many public sector undertakings also write clearly while displaying vacancies that the candidates must have done or completed technical course approved by AICTE.
What i want to say that it is always better to go for technical course approved by AICTE otherwise it will limit our chances .

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