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I want to know whether it is essential for an Open University to get AICTE approval.Some one just told me its not essential for open universities.I went through AICTE site but couldnt get any information regarding this. Please guide
Aparajita

15th May 2008 From India, Calcutta

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if you want the course have value and acceptance at everywhere, you need to study course and college approved by qaicte. if no approval from aicte, pls donot go to that college and course.i have got enough list of cases by students who had joined colleges who had fraudently declared as they had the affiliation and approval tom aicte and later it was false.
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15th May 2008 From India, Bangalore
Hello,
Either AICTE or HRD approval is required for university, otherwise it should be a deemed university,but open university with out AICTE or HRD sanction is useless and not valid
Thank you
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15th May 2008 From India, Mumbai
thanx a lot for the quick replies. now let me put forward d specific case i am talking about. this uni is a well known open uni in the eastern part of the country.it is recognized by:
-University Grants Commission of India Under section – 2(f)of the UGC Act
-Distance Education Council,Govt. of India, the regulatory apex body of ODL in India, from which the University receives grants for its different developmental activities
The University receives financial assistance from the State Government towards its maintenance and developmental activities
The uni is a member of :
-Association of Indian Universities (AIU)
-Association of Asian Open Universities (AAOU)
-Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU)
it does not hav aicte approval till date.
please throw some light
15th May 2008 From India, Calcutta
A university covered by UGC can design and run it's own course after getting approved by UGC.
Technical Education provided by Open university must be accredited by competent body like AICTE/DOEACC/MCI...
It is also true if a collage run a particular technical course even if it is affiliation by some university covered by UGC
15th May 2008 From India, New Delhi
thnx again for the answer. still i am not clear about the status. will the students enrolled in the mba course run by the above mentioned uni face any prob later on in their career?
15th May 2008 From India, Calcutta
Dear Airavat
Associated body need not mean that they are an legal body or body with quasi statutory powers recognized by the government of India, where in case of UGC,HRD,DOEACC are a recognized accreditation provided by law/government
Kindly read the above statements along with the statements of arvind, hope this helps you
Thank you
Octavious
15th May 2008 From India, Mumbai
i have already taken admission in a college which is ugc approved but not aicte.... will i be facing problem??? please reply.....
15th May 2008 From India, New Delhi
hi
While going through your problems and the replies that i have seen...and before giving my view i would like to ask in which program have taken admission...
as i am running an institute may i would be able to help u...
15th May 2008 From India, New Delhi
thnx for all these replies. but still i am confused over this matter.let me put it in one line. will the students of mba of an open university which is recognised by ugc and distance educoation learning,Govt of india,but not by aicte,face any prob in their career?
15th May 2008 From India, Calcutta

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