04-21-2015, 01:57 PM
New Delhi: 27 DU colleges that have tried to AICTE nod to the ongoing celebration of courses breather regulator has agreed to take a fresh view on the matter.
"It was agreed a meeting in Delhi University and AICTE officials AICTE gentleness and investigate a new perspective," well-placed sources said.
"AICTE fresh inspection is likely to be higher and is treated as a special case," they are inserted.
A recent thread deadlock between DU VC and the HRD Ministry FYUP during the transition period AICTE had last week asked to submit a sworn "six hours" through which asked the promise that they could be solved by the faculty and infrastructure gaps within six months of colleges.
I found a deadline principals "difficult" and, therefore, only about six colleges understanding put forward the same.
"Six hours after a period of DU was approached by AICTE to explain the difficulties in complying with the Directive. The university team is confident that the non-submission of the affidavit would affect the procedure for granting a nod in this case," the sources said.
A spokesman for the programs in Computer Science, Electronics, Food, Electronics Instrumentation polymer science was launched as part of a four-year undergraduate program (FYUP), which was scrapped last year, the UGC after the intervention.
UGC laittautuivat, however, will continue to DU five sekoilu programs only in favor of more than 6 000 students are awarded the academic year 2013-2014.
Colleges were asked to look for all the Indian Council for the establishment of technical education (AICTE), the apex advisory body to the regulation of technical education in the country.
Cancelled during the month several deadlines, students had expressed their concern over the courses accept with HRD Minister Satu Irani in February this year, which in turn was directed by VC moves necessary.
Affidavit application came from the direction of these colleges after inspection of the AICTE.
"Leaving the affidavit is responsible for a specified period taken into college is not interested in, and approval is not granted to institute," read the message colleges AICTE.