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AICTE Hand Book 2011-12

AICTE Hand Book 2011-12

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Approval Process Hand Book (2011
2012), AICTE Page 1
The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), set-up in November 1945 as anational level Apex Advisory Body, marches ahead with its mission of developing andpromoting quality technical education in the country in a coordinated and integrated manner.The Council is constantly endeavoring to encourage a meaningful association between thetechnical education system and research and development activities in a concerted effortaimed at nation-building.Technical education at all levels in the country is witnessing a consistent growth patternmarked by the setting up of new Institutions and the improvement of the existing ones in tunewith the quality assurance norms set by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA). TheCouncil believes in providing a proper impetus to Institutions in generating competentengineers and scientists and encourages them to think beyond the curriculum while impartingtraining for the advancement of knowledge.This manual is an attempt to provide comprehensive information on the fair and rationalsystem of administration as well as other necessary information on the processes andInstitutions under the aegis of the AICTE. The emphasis on e-governance to ensuretransparency, accountability, implementing a tech-savvy approach to enable faster processingand clearly defining the infrastructural norms in Institutions are just a few pointers towards
AICTE‟s efforts at fostering a technical education system which is on par with the best
institutions in the world.In keeping with these objectives, AICTE would strive to be a true facilitator in addition tofulfilling the regulatory provisions.
 All who have meditated on the art of governing mankind have been convinced that the fate of empires depends on the education of youth.
Dr. S. S. ManthaChairman, (actg), AICTE
Approval Process Hand Book (2011
2012), AICTE Page 2
1Background and Statutory Provision under AICTE Act regarding Planning,Promotion and Regulation of Technical Education1.1Background
The beginning of formal Technical Education in India can be dated back to the mid 19th century. Themajor policy initiatives in the pre-independence period included appointment of the IndianUniversities Commission in 1902, issue of the Indian Education policy resolution in 1904 and the
Governor General‟s policy statement of 1913 stressing the importance of Technical Education, the
establishment of II Sc. in Bangalore, Institution for Sugar, Textile and Leather Technology in Kanpur,N.C.E. in Bengal in 1905 and Industrial schools in several provinces. Significant developmentsinclude:Constitution of the Technical Education Committee of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) of 1943;Preparation of the Sergeant Report of 1944; andFormation of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) in 1945 by theGovernment of India.The AICTE was set up in November 1945 based on the recommendations of CABE to stimulate,coordinate and control the provisions of educational facilities and industrial development of the postwar period. At that time, mandate of AICTE basically covered only programs in Engineering andTechnology.The growth of industries in the Country, just after independence, also demanded the need for qualifiedprofessionals in other fields, such as Business Management, Architecture, Hotel Management,Pharmacy etc. Although the diverse elements of Management such as Commerce, Economics,Finance, Psychology and Industrial Sociology were being taught for a long time, the need forManagement Education in a formal way was felt in India only in the fifties. The Government of Indiadecided in 1954 to set up a Board of Management Studies under AICTE to formulate standards andpromote Management Education. Other major initiatives taken in Management Education include:setting up of the Administrative Staff College of India at Hyderabad in the late fifties, NationalProductivity Council and Indian Institution of Management in the early sixties. Architecture was
covered under the Architects‟ Act, 1972. Subsequently, fo
r better coordination of the ProfessionalCourses, Architecture Education was also placed under the purview of AICTE.

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