AICTE to revise the academic calendar, but here’s where the affiliated colleges are the most likely to re-open the

By: Education Bureau | New Delhi |

Posted: July 4, 2020 4:18:36 pm

AICTE issues a revised academic plan (Representational image)

The session of the management institutes affiliated to AICTE and will start from August 1 as per the most recent version of the academic calendar released by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). The students are able to participate in the course on the 16th of August. Each and every year, the classes will start on the 30th of June, but this has been postponed to the 31st of July according to a revised plan released earlier this year. The same has now been re-reviewed.

Right now, the academic schedule has been further delayed due to the corona virus a pandemic. Classes for engineering, Pharmacy, architecture and other courses begin from the 16th of August for our existing students for the new batch, classes will start from September 15, according to the latest schedule released by the AICTE.

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The academic session and the teaching process, including the lateral admission to the second year of the courses for the newly admitted students will start from the 15th of September. The lessons for the course of PGDM and PGCM shall commence from the 15th of August, according to the latest calendar issued by the AICTE.

The AICTE has asked the colleges to have the first phase of the start-up of their admission process on or before the 30th of August, as on the last date on which students will be able to be accepted for the 15th of September, in accordance with the guidelines of the AICTE. The entrance to the open and distance learning, the courses will be held on the 16th of August.

While the release of the previous academic calendar, AICTE had asked the colleges enrollment of students on a provisional basis, in the event that the results of the undergraduate course it may not be due to the locking mechanism. In this case, the students need to have a successful completion of the certificate, on December 31, 2020.

Earlier, the AICTE had asked the institutes not to hike their tuition fees for the academic year 2020-21. It also states that institutions will pay the salaries of the teachers. Non-payment of the salaries of the staff. “would cause a lot of tension, and even the hunger of the families, and some of the staff,” it said.

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