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    Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    whether engg.courses are approved by AICTE

    Pl.confirm whether engg.corses are approved by AICTE





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    archana pandey
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    yes. all the engineering courses approved bt AICTE. Without approval of AICTE engineering courses are invalied




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    mohitvats86
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    Yes All Engg. Course are approved by AICTE,
    but college must be approved by UGC.

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    Narendrareddy305@gmail.com
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    Thumbs up Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    Hello,
    AICTE Approval is given to the colleges which are provided with all facilitates and requirements for engineering courses.
    It depends upon the college whether it is approved by AICTE or not.
    The engg. courses offered by non approved colleges not valid.

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    krrishh_002
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    HI friend,
    All engineering courses and colleges are approved by AICTE (ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATION) only.
    All colleges has to work according to the rules and regulations provided by AICTE only.
    All details about AICTE you can get at:
    http://www.aicte-india.org/aboutaicte.html

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    Sujith pai
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    Of Course ,all the Engineering Degree Courses and Diploma courses are Approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE)

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    gurpreet100
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    yes the enginnering cources are aproved by AICTE. BUT YOU CAN DO BY OTHER UNIVERSITIES

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    Ravishankar
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    Ya off course most of the collages are approved by AICTE..

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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    If the concerned college is recognised by the AICTE and UGC then you need not to worry about the courses ,then courses will automatically be recognised by the AICTE.

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    Shravanthi
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    Hello,
    As you asked ya Engineering courses are approved by AICTE

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    indyarocks
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    hii, yes all courses like the,

    1.Electronics and communication.
    2.computer science.
    3.mechanical.
    4.civil.
    5.information science
    and all othere courses are been approved by the AICTE, you need not worry , just select good colleges which you like and select the best branches.

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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    Yes all engineering courses are approve by the AICTE. When any course is not approved by the AICTE that is not valid course. All courses which is give the Knowledge of the any engineering stream is approved by the AICTE.

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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    no not all
    it depends on colleges and universities

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    SONIPAL
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    Yes, Engineering course are approved by AICTE.

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    rajraj.2010
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    yes all course are approved by AICTE .but all colleges are approved by ugc

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    Dhanaraju
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    Yes, Engineering courses are approved by AICTE

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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    Definitely, Engineering course is approved by AICTE.

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    chocz
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    AICTE Approval is given to the colleges which are provided with all facilitates and requirements for engineering courses.
    It depends upon the college whether it is approved by AICTE or not.
    The engg. courses offered by non approved colleges not valid.

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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

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    sambeet mohapatra
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    Re: Are the Engineering courses approved by AICTE?

    Hello,
    AICTE stands for All India Certificate For Techical Education. The engineerinig colleges should be AICTE approved because it is a techincal education center.The Certificate is very important for all the engineering colleges.The certificate authorithy first check the college whether it is fit for technical education then only the approval is made.They check the infrastructure of the college,faculties who are eligible to teach technical subjects, placements to students after their course.All these things are checked then only the certificate is given.The colleges which are not AICTE approved means they lack some of the things which donot make them suitable for tecnical education.So it is advisable to not take admission into such colleges which are not AICTE approved.Almost all engineering colleges are AICTE approved but some colleges are not so avoid such colleges.

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