New Delhi, 3 August 2022 – The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has released the revised AICTE academic calendar 2022-23 on its official website. As per the revised AICTE calendar, the classes for first-year students (technical institutions) will commence from 10 October 2022 onwards. Apart from that, the last date of refusing or granting approval by AICTE was 10 July 2022 and the final date for granting approval after appeal was 30 July 2022.
The council has also noted the classes will be held either in the offline mode, online mode, or via a hybrid mode – depending on the institution and the situation created by the pandemic.
This article details everything that candidates need to know about the AICTE 2022-23 academic calendar as well as how they can download the same.
|Calendar Name||AICTE Academic Calendar 2022-23|
|Name of the Authority||All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)|
|Commencement of Classes for Technical Institutions||10 October 2022 onwards|
|Mode of Education||Offline, Online, or Hybrid – Depending on the Institution|
|Calendar Applicable To||Technical Institutions, Standalone PGDM/PGCM Institutions, and Institutions with ODL (Distance) Courses|
|How to Download?||Please visit aicte-india.org|
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- AICTE Academic Calendar 2022-23 – Details
- How to Download the AICTE Academic Calendar 2022-23?
AICTE Academic Calendar 2022-23 – Details
- As per the revised AICTE academic calendar 2022-23, the deadline for granting or refusing approval to the colleges by AICTE was July 10.
- The final date for granting approval after appeal was July 30.
- The last date for an AICTE-affiliated university to grant affiliation is August 31
- The last date of commencement of classes for existing students (technical courses) is September 15.
- The date of commencement of classes for first-year students (in technical institutions) is October 10.
- For first-year students, the deadline for cancelling their seats and receiving a full refund is October 20.
- The last date for commencement of classes for existing students of technical courses is October 25.
- In case of an emergency or due to the pandemic, AICTE might revise or change the dates in the AICTE academic calendar. Thus, the council advises all students to keep a check on the official AICTE website.
Note: In related news, AICTE has recently invited applications to the NSP portal 2022 and also published the ATAL FDP calendar. Please click here to know more.
How to Download the AICTE Academic Calendar 2022-23?
Here’s how candidates can download the AICTE 2022-23 calendar:
- Please visit the official AICTE website – aicte-india.org.
- On the official website, please navigate to the ‘Announcement’ section.
- Under this section, find the link “Academic Calendar 2022-23”.
- Click on the link and the AICTE official calendar will appear on the screen.
- Download the calendar in PDF form for future reference.
Note: AICTE has also revised the rules for technical (engineering) education in the country. Click here to know more.
To know about AICTE scholarships, please click here.
Where can I download the AICTE academic calendar for 2022-23?
To download the AICTE academic calendar, please visit aicte-india.org.
Is AICTE degree valid abroad?
Yes! Candidates with AICTE degrees are eligible for jobs both in India and abroad. Plus, the degree also qualifies one for a PG degree anywhere in India or abroad. This is because AICTE is the supreme regulatory authority in India for technical education.
What if my degree is not AICTE approved?
If the candidate’s degree is not approved by AICTE, then the institution the candidate is joining must be UGC-approved - even if it is not approved by AICTE.
Is AICTE approval necessary for government jobs?
If the candidate’s college is already approved by UGC, then there is no need to seek an AICTE degree. Candidates having UGC degrees are eligible to apply to all government jobs where students of AICTE-approved colleges can apply.
Is UGC better than AICTE?
All Engineering, MBA, and Pharmacy colleges in India are affiliated with the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). Technical institutions are overlooked by the AICTE, while all the other universities and colleges fall under the UGC. Thus, both of them have their own value and none is better than the other. Plus, a single higher education body is all set to replace AICTE & UGC. To know more about that, please visit exam.buddy4study.com/heci.