Higher Education

2010 to see reforms by AICTE

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New methodologies of accountability and transparency are to be seen in the educational institutes in the year 2010 with the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) introducing sweeping reforms in the higher education sector. With these changes the recognised colleges would be expected to display online their institute's fee details, faculty components and admission related details, respectively.

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The Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Kapil Sibal is expected to soon announce these reforms and the names of the colleges that are recognised by AICTE will have to declare their entire fees, its components, refundable portions on withdrawal of admission, number of seats per course, eligibility conditions, admission and selection process, details of teaching faculty, including their pay and qualifications, the institute's physical and academic infrastructure and syllabus outline. The AICTE Executive Committee's plan includes putting online the entire approval/accreditation process for institutes so that the online the status of their application could be known, pertaining to approval for new courses, increasing intake of existing programmes or accreditation of their programmes.

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