To All Members of Association of Management of
Presentation by:Prin. C.R. Nanavaty Shri. H.H.J.B. Polytechnic,Chandwad, Dist: Nashik. (M.S.)Date: 20th June 2011
All India Council For Technical Education (AICTE) Head Office Address :‘Chandralok’ Building, 7th Floor, Janpath New Delhi . 110001 Phone No. (011) 23724151-57, 23724163-65 Web Address: www.aicte-india.org
AICTE is having 9 Regional Offices across India, for us R O Mumbai is R OMumbai Regional Office addressAICTE - Western Regional Office2nd Floor, Industrial Assurance Building, V.N.Road, Opp. Churchgate Railway Station, Churchgate,Mumbai-400 020 Phone No. (022)22855412, 22851551
• All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) is apex body in the nation dealing with the technical education.
• It also deal with all other professional courses like Pharmacy, Management, Architecture,etc.
• It is autonomous body supported by act made in Parliament.
• The AICTE Act, 1987 was passed by the Parliament, to provide for the establishment of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) with a view to ensure proper planning and coordinated development of the Technical Education System throughout the Country.
• Be a world class organization leading technological and socioeconomic development of the Country by enhancing the global competitiveness of technical manpower, by ensuring high quality technical education to all sections of the society.
• Transparent governance and accountability in approach towards society.
• Planned and coordinated development of Technical Education in the Country by ensuring world-class standards of Institutions through accreditation.
• Promotion of Quality in Technical Education • Policy Directions • Review of Norms and Standards • Assessment of Manpower requirement • Liaison with Central Government, State
Governments, Universities and other Statutory Bodies
• Others as provided in the Act
• Approval for Establishment of Diploma / Degree / Post Diploma / Post Graduate institutions catering technical education in India
• Approval of Diploma / Degree / PG Level programs in Technical Institutions.
• Approval of variation / increase in intake, additional programs in technical Institutions
• Quality Assurance through NBA (Accreditation)
• Participation in the process of granting Deemed University status by MHRD.
• Approval for Foreign Collaborations / Twinning Programs
• Promotion of Industry-Institution Interaction• Development of Model Curricula through All India
Boards of Studies • Faculty Development Programs in Technical
Institutions• Research and Institutional Development through
(MODROBS) / Research Promotion Schemes (RPS)
• Post Graduate Grants and GATE Scholarship
• Networking of Technical Institutions
• Assessment of National Technical Manpower through National Technical Manpower Information System (NTMIS)
• Promotion of Autonomy in Technical Institutions
• Connecting Technical Institutions through EDUSAT Network-Live transmission of M.E. / M. Tech programs
• Steps for Stopping Commercialization of Technical Education
Approval to Establishment of Diploma Level TechnicalInstitutions conducting AICTE approved Technical courses.
The Application Form can be submitted by:
• Registered Societies and Trusts /Self financing Private Institutions
• Central/State Government Institutions/Government Aided Institutions
AICTE Norms For Diploma Level Technical Institutions
Intake and No. of courses:-
• Diploma Level Technical Institutions may be started with 5 courses with an intake of 60 in each course. • Intake could be increased subject to providing additional infrastructure.
Now we will see various AICTE norms for Diploma level institution
Land:- Diploma level institutions may be permitted to be established with land norms as per the following table:
Diploma Level Technical Institutions
Mega Cities Metro cities including State Capitals
1.5 Acres 2.5Acres 5 Acres
Teacher Student Ratio
• For Diploma level institutions Teacher student ratio should be 1:20.
• The faculty should be appointed with approved designations i.e Heads of Department, Senior Lecturers and Lecturers.
• Ratio between Senior Lecturer and Lecturer should be 1:3
Built -Up Area Requirements
• Diploma level technical institutions should provide built up area (instructional area) at the rate of 5 sq.m per student.
• Besides the additional built up area of 4 to 5 sqmt/per student may be provided as administrative , plus circulation area.
• In short 9 sq.mt of built up area/ student is essential.
Requirement of Computers
As per the requirements of the affiliating Body’scurriculum, not more than 2 students to workon one computer and not more than fourstudents to work in an experiment. Computer to Student ratio should be 1:4
Norms For Library/Books and Journals
• Reference books per Student : 2
• Text books for Student : 6
• Journals : As per requirement of curriculum• Reading Room : for 100 students
1. For new institutions:
a) Operational Fund ( Excluding land & building ) : Rs 50 Lakh
b) Joint Fixed Deposit : Rs. 15 Lakh
2. For existing Institutions:
a) Operational funds : Rs 50 Lakh
Extension of Approval & Variation in intake, additional courses
• Even after establishment of Technical Institution as per AICTE norms each year institution has to apply for Extension of Approval (EoA) at appropriate time in their format. For Academic Year 2011-12 AICTE has asked institution to upload all relevant information on their Web portal.
• Instructions for the same were displayed on AICTE website time to time.
• Similarly, institutions wish to make variation in
intake, additional courses has to apply through Web portal.
• AICTE also provide Financial support to institutions for various projects like MODROB, DELNET, RPS, etc.
• Details are given on AICTE Website.• Looking at all these things I humbly suggest,
every Principal should ensure that at least once in a week he/she should visit at AICTE website.
Shikshan Shulka Samiti
305, Govt. Polytechnic Building, Ali Yawar Jung Marg, Bandra (E), Mumbai - 400 051 (M.S.), INDIA
Tel No. : +91-22-2647 6034 : Telefax No. : 91-22-2647 6034
E-mail : [email protected]
On DTE website we do have link on left side to access SSS & PNS
Shikshan Shulka Samiti• SHIKSHAN SHULKA SAMITI is body for Approval of fees
in the institutions conducting Higher & Technical Education.
• New institutes are allowed to take fix fees up to First batch is pass out.
• After that fees are decided by this formula = Total Expenses made by instt/ Controlling strength*(*Controlling Strength means Intake of Institute x Duration of course in years If intake is 300 for diploma course then 300x3=900 is controlling strength if
students are up to 900, but strength of student is more than 900 higher value should be taken in to consideration.)
• There is Provision of rise in fee for student in First year in a manner as explained:
Suppose Fees of First Year (Tuition Fees+ development Fees)
Fees of Second Year (Tuition Fees+ development Fees) 10,000+7%
=10700Fees of Third Year (Tuition Fees+ development Fees) 10,000+14%
• Also we can apply on line for Interim fee approval. For the same we have to take user name & password from SSS can do online by just following instruction given on site.
• If Institute is not satisfied with fees approved by SSS, they can file appeal with necessary documents for claiming rise in fees.
Pravesh Niyantran Samiti
Address:-305, Govt. Polytechnic Building, Ali Yawar Jung Marg, Bandra (E), Mumbai - 400 051 (M.S.), INDIA • Tel: +91-22-2647 6034• Telefax : 91-22-2647 6034.• E-mail : [email protected]
• Objective Of Pravesh Niyantran Samiti is to ensure that admission are given as per eligibility norms and reservations quota decided by state government in accordance with Supreme Court directives.
• Institute has to Submit list of Admitted students to first year to PRAVESH NIYANTRAN SAMITI within stipulated time period in their prescribed format after approval of merit list & list of students admitted to each course by the representative of DTE/ Jt DTE.
• PNS has punitive powers if list is not submitted.