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APPR.OVAL
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B U R E A U- P R & I C
RESEARCH
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ALL INDIA COUNCILFORTECHNICALEDUCATION
I.G. SPORTSCOMPLEX, I.P. ESTATE
NEW DELHI . IlO OO2

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CONTENTS

PageNo.

U N D E RA I C T E A C T
1. TECHNICAL EDUCATTON 3
l. I Background

1.2 Growth of TechnicalE,ducation

1.3 TheAICTE Act

I . 4 P r o v i s i o n su n d e rc l a u s el 0 o f A I C T E A c t

1.5 Definition of TechnicalEducation

1"6 AIC'fE Profile

1.7 VisionStatement

2. TR O G R A M M E ST I N D E , IAI I C ' I E
C U I I . R E , NP
A P P R O V A LP I T O C E S S
2.i and DiplonraLevel
LJrtderGradr.tate

2 . 2 P o s tG r a d u a t eL e v e l

3. A P P R O V A L P R O C E S SF O R E S T A B L I S H M E N T
OF NEW TECHNICAL INSTTTUTIONS 8
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3.I Elisibilitv
3.2 Suinli.rionof Applications
3.3 Processing
3 . 3 .1 S t e p sI n v o l v e d
at variousstages
Required
3.3.2 Documents Atrthoritl
andcompetertt

3.3.3 Normsfor LandandFunds


costof BuildingandEquipment
3.3.4 Estimated
ProjectCost
3.3.5 TotalEstimated
3.3.6 Checklistto be followed
4. INTRODUCTIONOF ADDITIONAL COURSES T9
AND / OR INCREASE OR VARIATION IN INTAKE
OF EXISTING COURSESAND / OR EXTENSIONOF
APPROVALOF THE INSTITUTIONS
4.1 Introductionof Additional Coursesand / or increaseor variation
in intake of existingcourses.

4.1.1 Eligibility
of Application
4.1.2 Submission

4 . 1. 3 P r o c e s s i n g

4.1.4 Checklistto be followed

4.2 Extensionof approvalof the existinginstitutions.

4.2.1 Eligibility

4.2.2 Submissionof Application

4.2.3 Processing

4.2.4 Checklistto be followed

4.3 DocumentsReouired

5. ANNEXURE 27
5. I Nomenclatureof Courses

5.2 Duration and Entry level of Each Prograrume

5.3 Major Violationsobservedby AICTE ExpertsCommittee

5.4 Deficienciesobservedby AICTE ExpertsCommittee


,Major
5.5 Data on No. of Colleges/lntake,Statewise of variousProgrammes.

5.6 AICTE Resional Offrces

REFERENCES 38

AICTE APPROVAL PROCESS HA"\DBOOK


l. TE C H N IC A L E D U C ATION UNDER AICTE ACT
1.I B A C K GR OU N D
The beginningof fonnal TechnicalEducationin India can be datedbackto the mid 19th
C e n t u r y . T h e m a j o r p o l i c y i n i t i a t i v e s i n t h e p r e - i n d e p e u d e n cpee r i o d i n c l u d e d
a p p o i n t m e n to f t h e I n d i a n U n i v e r s i t i e sC o n r t n i s s i o ni n 1 9 0 2 , i s s u e o f t h e l n d i a n
Educationpolicy resolutionin 1904and the GovernorGeneralspolicy statementof 1913
stressilg the in-rporlance of TechnicalEdr:cation.the establishmentof IISc in Bangalore.
Institutefor Sugar,Textileand LeatherTechnologyin Kanptrr.N.C.E' in Bengalin 190-5
and Industrialschoolsin severalprovince in Katrpur.Significantdevelopmentinclude
setting up of the TechnicalEducation Committee of the CerttralAdvisory Board of
Education(CABE) of 1943,the Sergeantreport of 1944 atrdthe formation of the All
lndia Coulcil for TechnicalEducation(AICTE) in 1945b-vGovt' of India'

A I C T E w a s s e t u p i n N o v e u r b e r1 9 4 5 b a s e do n t h e r e c o n r m e t t d a t i o nosf C A B E t o
s t i m u l a t e , c o o r d i n a t ea n d c o n t r o l t h e p r o v i s i o n o f e d u c a t i o t 'fta c i l i t i e s i t l d u s t r i a l
developmentof the postwar periodwould need.At that time AICTE's mandatebasicallr'
covereclonly prograullnesin Engineeringand Technology'

The growth of ildustries in the countryjust after independence also denratrded the rleed
for qialified professionalsin field such as BusinessManagenrent.architecture.Flotel
Malagenrent,Pharmacy,etc.. Although the diverseelententsof Managernentstlch as
coullerce. Econonrics,Fipance, Psychologyand industrialsociologywere beingtaught
for a lolg time. ManagementEducationin a fortnal way concernedin India onlf irr the
tlfties.-Ihegovernnentof Indiadecidedin 1954to setup a Boardof management studies
under AICTE to forntulatestandardsand prontoternanagenlent teachingInstitutions.
E
O t h e r r n a j o r i n i t i a t i v e st a k e n i n M a n a g e r n e n t , d u c a t i o i
n n c l u d e ss e t t i n g u p o f t h e
Adrnipistrativestaffcollegeof lndia at Hyderabadin the late fifties,National ProductiVitl'
council and Indian Instituteof Managernentin the Early Sixties.Architectureis covered
under the Architects Act 1972. However, for better coordinationof the Professiotral
Courses,ArchitectureEducationwas also placedunder the purviervof AICTE.
T

Hotel Manasement Education had a modest beginning with short progranlnresitt


Nutrition anJFood science,which starledin late fifties. Four collegeswere establishment
in four major metropolitancitiesbetween191 and 1964.The NationalCouncil of Hotel
Managementand CateringTechnologywas set up in 1982-83 to which all the instittrtions
of Hotel Managementrun by the Governmentare affiliated'

Educationin the professionalfield such as Pharmacy,Applied Arts and Crafts, etc. have
also undergonesimilar developmentduring the post-independence period.

Technical Education Programmeduring the first three five years plan were devoted to
expansionof TechnicalEducation to meet the growing demand for technical personnel
at Diploma., Degreeand post graduateLevels. From the fourth Five YearsPlan onwards.
the emphasis was shifted to the improvement of quality and standardsof Technical
E d u c a t i o n . T h i s w a s d o n e t h r o u g h i m p l e r n e n t a t i o no f t h e q u a l i t y I m p r o v e m e n t
programme consistingof three major componentsviz., (1) Provisionsfor M.E./ M.Tech
and ph.D programme , (2) Establishmentof curriculum design and developmentcells,
and (3) shorttenn'Iraining Programmes. Meann'hile.expattsion of institutionsand intake
rentainedat a low level in the Governmeut, Private-aidedand Universitiessector.The
policy shift during eiglttiestorvardspernrittingittvolvernentof Private and voluntarr'
organizationsin settingup of technicaland Manageltlelltinstitutionson self-firtancins
(Non Govt. Brand) basisusheredin an era of unprecedctrted erpansionof the'l'echnical
Educatiousystem,a trendwhich has continueclclurittgser.'enth and Eight fir'e lear plan.

It was in the coutextthat AICTE was gir''enstatttton'powersb1'AICTE act of Parliarnent


i n 1 9 8 7 ,r v i t h a v i c w t o t h e p r o p e rp l a n n i r t ea n d c o o r d i n a t e d e v e l o p n r e notf T e c h n i c a l
E d u c a t i o nS y s t e mt h r o u g ho u t t h e C o u t r t r l -' " T e c h n i c a l E d u c a t i o n i ii n t h i s c o n t e x t
i n c l u d e s f i e l d s o f E n g i n e c r i n ga n d T e c h n o l o g l ' A , r c h i t e c t u r e ,T o r r ' n P l a n n i n g .
M a n a g c m e n t ,P h a r m a c v a n d A p p l i e d A r t s c QC r a f t s . "

1.2 GROWTH OF TECHNICAL EDTJCATION


'Iechnical
T l r e g r o w t ho f E d u c a t i o nb e f o r ei n d e p e n d e n cieu t h c c o u l l t r ) ' h a sb e e nv e r r
s l o r , vN. u r n b e r o f E n g i n e e r i n gC o l l e g e sa n c lP o l l , t e c h n i c( i n c l u d i n g P h a r t n a c ya n d
ArchitectureInstitutions)itr 1947rvere.14and .13respectivell'rvitlt atr intakecapacitr
o f 3 2 0 0 a n c l3 . 1 0 0r e s p e c t i v e l yD. u e t o e f f o r t sa n d i n i t i a t i v e st a k e n d u r i n g s u c c e s s i v e
l - r v ey e , a r sp l a n p e r i o d sa n d p a r t i c u l a l l yc l u et o p o l i c y c h a n g e si n t h e e i g h t i e st o a l l o u '
participationof privateand voluntarl'organizatious in settingtrp of TechnicalInstitutions
on self'-[rinancinq basis,gr<-rwth of tcchnicalcclucatiort ltasbeertPhenontenal. Presetttlr
t h e r ea l c 8 2 8 I r n g i n c e r i n gC o l l e g e s .1 1 2 - lP o l l ' t e c h n i ca r t cci l i p l o n t aI - e r e l I n s t i t t r t i o n s .
7,1?rlanascnrcntInstitLrtious. 5"i3MUA Irrstitutions. 1-10DegreeLevel and 3,19Diplorna
L e v e l P h a r n t a c yI n s t i t u t i o r .ar sn d 1 0 5 A l c h i t e c t t r r cI l r s t i t u t i o n rsv i t l t a c o n t b i n e dt o t a l
i n t a k ec a p a c i t l o' f 5 . - 1l a k h sa p p r o r i r t t a t e l(l R
' c { ' :A t t t t c r t t r e - - - i . J ) .
'TIIF]
I.3 AICTE ACT

n lt a n A l l I n d i a C o u n c i lF o r l - e c h n i c aE
1 b p r o v i c l cf b Lt h e e s t a b l i s h n r e o l dtrcatiou t ti t l t
a v i e l v t o t h e p r o p e rp l a n n e cal n c lc o - o r c l i n a t ecdl e ' n ' e l o p r r eonf tt h e t e c h n i c a el d t t c a t i o t l
s y s t e n rt h r o u g h o u tt h e c o u n t r y ,t h e p l o m o t i o n o f q u a l i t a t i v ei t n p r o v e t n e n o t f suclt
e d t r c a t i o ni n r e l a t i o nt o p l a n n e dq u a n t i t a t i v eg r o r v t ha n d t h e r e g u l a t i o t ra n d p r o p e r
ntaintenanceof nontrs a1d standardsin the technicaledttcatiotts)'stenland for nratter
c o n n e c t e d ' t h e r e w i(t R h EF : AICTE ACT, 1987).

1.4 PROVISION OF THE AICTE ACT FOR APPROVAL PROCESSING

1 . 4 . 1c t , A U S E1 0( G )
E v o l v e s n i t a b l ep c r f o n n a n c ea p p r a i s a ls y s t e n tf o r T e c h n i c a lI n s t i t t t t i o n sa t t d
UniversityitnpartingTechnicalEducation,incotporatingNorms atrdMechanisttts
for enforcingaccountabi litY:

1 .4 .2C L A U S E IO (I)
Lay down norms and standardsfor course, cut'riculum, physicaland instructional
facilities, staff pattern,staff qualification,quality instructions.assessmentand
examination.

A I C T E A P P R O \ : { L P R O C E S SH ' L \ D B O O K
I.4.3 CLAUSE IO(K)

Grant approvalfor startingneu'technicalinstitutionsand for introductionof neu


Coursesor programmesin consultationwitl-rthe agenciesconcerned:.

1 .4 .4C L A U S E IO ( N)
Take all ltecessarystepsto preventcornnrercialization
of TechnicalEducation:

1 . . t . 5C L A U S El 0 ( P )
Inspector causeto inspectany TechtricalInstitution:

I . 5 D E , F I N I T I O NO F T E C H N I C A L E D T ] C A T I O N
" T e c h n i c a lE d u c a t i o n "n l e a u sp r o g r a n u n e so f e d u c a t i o n .R e s e a r c ha n d T r a i n i r r gi n
'forvn
Engineering,Technology,Architecture. Planning.Managentent.Pharnracyancl
Applied Arts and Craftsanclsuchotherplogranrnesor areasas the CentraIGovernnrent
nray, in consultationwith the Council, b-vnotification in thc official gazette.declare:
( R e f e r e n c eA: I C T E A c t 1 9 9 7 ,C l a u s e2 ( g ) )

I.6 AICTE PROFILE


I.6.IOB.IECTIVES
- -lechnical
P l a n u i n ga n d c o - c o o r d i n a t i ndge v e l o p n r e notf Education

- Promotionof qualitativeilnprovertretrts

- of Nortns artdStandarcls
Regulationsand nraintenilllce

1 . 6 . 2R E S P O N S I B I L I T I E S
- hnplementingPolicy Decisionof Governmettt

- Review Norms and Standards

- Model Curriculum Structure

- Liaisonwith

Council of Architecture

PharmacyCouncil of India

Distance Educationcouncil of IGNOU

UGC & OtherNational asencies/Committees

1.6.3 FUNCTIONS
- Regulationsandmonitoringof Undergraduate
, Post-graduate
andTechnical
Educationin Engg& TechnologyandManagement EducationProgramme.

AICTf, APPROVAL PROCESS HANDBOOK


- N a t i o n a lB o a r do f A c c r e d i t a t i o n .
- S u p p o r t f o r R & D P r o g l a m n l ea n d I n d u s t r y - I n s t i t u t e I n t e r a c t i o ui r r
EngineeringInstitutior-rs.
- Entrepreneurshipaucl
Mauageurettt l)er.elopmentProqrarnnre.
- 'l-eachers
Clareerdevelopmentof in TechnicalInstitutions.

1 . 7 V I S I O NS T A T E M E N T
T h e A l l I n d i a C o u n c i l F o r T e c h n i c a lE d u c a t i o n ( A I C T E ) s t r i v e s h a r d t o b u i l d a
s t r o n g T e c h n i c a l E d u c a t i o n s y s t e mi n t h e c o u n t r y r v h i c h r v i l l b e H o l i s t i c a l l f i n
n a t u r e , t r u e t o o u r h e r i t a g e ,r e l e v a n t t o o u r n e e d s ,p r o d u c e e n g i n e e r s : r n d
technologiststo face global challenges,and this vision, rvith support from the Union
G o v e r n m e n t w i l l m a k e t h e T e c h n i c a lE d u c a t i o n m o r e d y n a m i c t o f a c e c h a l l e n g e s
f r o m a l l s e c t o r so f E c o n o m i ca n d S o c i a lA c t i v i t v .
2. CLIRRENT PROGRAMMES UNDER AICTE APPROVAL PROCESS

2 , 1 U N D E R G R A D T I A T EA N D D I P L O M A L E V E L
COURSES
A. DIPLOMA LEVEL
l' Diplorna
c o u r s eist t E t t g i n e e t ' ianrgr cTi e c h n o l o gavn. c 'l o r A r c 6 i t e c t u r e
2. D i p r o r n ia' H o t e rM a ' a g e ' e . t a ' d ( i a t e r i r g' f e c h r o l o s r .

B. UNDERGRADUATE
LF]VEI-
l' Undergradrtate
Degreecoursesin hngineerineand Tcc6noloev
2. Undergraduate
coursesin Architecture
3' Ulrdergradttate
D e g r e e c o u r s e s i n H o t e l N 4 a n a g e n r e natn d
Cateri'q
Technology

4. [Jndergraduate
Degl.eecoufsesin phar.rnacl,
-5. Unclergraduate
cour.ses
in ApplieclArts & Crafts

2 . 2 I ' O S TG R A D U A T EL E V E I ,
l. I ) o s tg r a d u a tD
c e g r . ei e
n i V l a n a g e r r i_cN
n t{ B A
2 P o s tg r a d ' a t eD e s r e ei r c i . r ' p u t e rA p p l i c a t i o -' r \ { c A
-l P o s tG r a c l r t a tdee g r e ei n [ r n c i n e e r i n ag n d - f e c h n o l o s r p h a r ' r a c r
& and
A r c h i t e c t , r e-* M E / M t e c r rM . I . p r r a r nMr . A r c r ia e t c l '
x ( D e t a i lo
s f t h i si s ' o t
c o ' e ' e di n t r r i sl j a r d b o o k )

AICTE APPROVAL PROCESS HA.\DBOOX


3. APPROVAL PROCESS FOR ESTABLISHMENTOF NEW
T E C H N IC A [, IN S T IT U TIONS

3.I E[,IGIBILITY

'flie
lrollowing are eligible to rttakeapplicationfbr startingNerv Institutions

a) Registerecl
Societies/ Trusts
b) Clentrali StateUniversities,/
Deernecl
to be Universitr
c) C e n t r a li S t a t eG o v e L n u r c nI ut s t i t u t i o n s

d) G o v e r n n r e nAt i d e d l n s t i t u t i o n s
( R e f e r e n c e :G a z e t t en o t i f i c a t i o nd a t e d3 1 o c t o b e r . l 9 9 4 )

3.2 SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION

Itt rcsponseto pressnotillcationto obtainprescribedapplicationfornt fl'onr


A I C ' f l r I l c a c lQ r r a l t e L sI {' e g i o n aO
l f f i c e s ,o n p a y r n e not f R s . 5 0 0 0 / -i n t h e
forrrrof DcnranciDrali in favour of Mernbel'SecretarvAICTE nar,ableat
N e r vD e l h i .

S L r b n r i s s i o n1 'A p p l i c a t i o n

i) Govt./Govt.aiclcd Chairrlan.(iclvernint.Bocly
ii) University/Deernedt J n i v e r s i t y RegistrarofUniversitl'

iii) Prir,'ateltJnaidecl C h a i r u r a uo r S e c r e t a r ov f S o c i e t l T r u s l

Application fbrrn duly tilled s h o u l db e s l r b n r i t t e tdo A d v i s o r ( E & T )


o r i g i n a la n d c o p i e st o

i) ConcernedRegionalOfllce ol AIC'l-E
iit ConcernedStateGoventltteltt
iii) CloncernedAffiliatedUniversity

IL- iv)

v)
UGC (if applicantis University/DeentedLInir,'ersitl)
(in caseof applicationfor Diplornain Tecirnical
StateTechnicalBoard
Education)

\ I C T E A P P R O I A L P R O C E S SH . T \ D B O O K
3.3 PROCESSING

3.3.I STEPS INVOLVEI)


A . B E F O R EI S S U I N G
T H E L E T T E RO F V I A B I L I T \/ L E T T E R
OF I\] } \ I
,\('TIVITIES t-o I)()('r\Il \T\ iI R t . _ \ rI I K S i
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l:onn ()lliccs
l l i r 0 L l r r r 1 \ 1 . - i t: { 1 et '

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:tl \,. 'r ])r:Ihi

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.,\pplicalion S o ci c t r I l r r s t il ) Slilte (;()\ t. I ) (rr l i l t -,n t \ ,t \
Iirrnr lr)l nirersitr l c ( l u i f e ( ij r i l i t c
c ) I { () ' s . \ p p l i c a ti o n
d) ,\l('l l: lr o rrtt

b ) ( i o rr . i
t i nir,'ersitr

Scrutinl'o1' I I e a dc l u a r l e r s i a ) l r r r s td c c l l (-oncelncrl
Application/ Ilegional S o c ci t r Rcgir,llrl
Documcnts Ol1lce I l c ei s t r a tI r )n Otll cc'r's
c c | t il l c a t c s l t o u l dr e r i t ' r
b ) R,-'gisrcred thedocLrrtrcnts
d e c do 1 ' l a n d rnoricinrl
c ) l - a n du s e
certitlcate
d ) A p p r o re c l p J a n
of Building

AICTE APPRO\,AI, PROCESS H,,I\DBOOK


S.No ACTIVITIES BY TO DOC[INTENTS RE]\{ARKS
REQTIIRED

5. Recclmmendatior.)
a ) S t a t cG o r t , AIC'III Flqrs. NOC' as per Rcconrnrcn-
by Concerned b) Affiliating Fornrat datior.rto
Agencics I Inir,ersitr/ .\l('Tl: I Iqrs.
Iloard
c) tlGC

(). Rccornrlcn- Resional AIC'l'l: tlcps. M i n t r t e so f t h e Rccorttntcn-


dation ('ontmittce/ 1\{eeting d a t i o nt o
A l l I n d i . rI l o a r d A I C ' T El l q r s .
o l ' S t u d i e ss u b -
corlrnittec firr
p r o p o s a li n
the arcas
Architecttrrc.
N4llA. MCr\
and I IN,lf' I'

7. l l e a r i n go l I ) y 'I l c a r i n g Applicants As pcr Ilcaring Ii.cconrnrcn-


Applicant ('ommittee C'onrrnittec-
fbrniat d a t i o nt o
A I C ' I F .l { c 1 r s

8. Appror,al/ lrC'Sub- Recommendalions


I{ejectignfbr commlttee ofthe conccrned
issueof l,OV/ A g e n c i e sa n d
LOI d e t a i l so f
, , \ p p l i c a t i o n sa s
recluired

q
I s s u a n c eo f AICTE Flqrs. Applicants Copl of the
Letter of LO\','LOI to
Viabiliry- / all Regional
Letter of Offices
lntent or
Rejection Letter

l0 AICTE APPROVAL PROCESS II,{\-DBOOK


B . A F T E R I S S U I N GT H E I - E T T E RO F V I A B I L I T Y / L E T T E R O F I N T E N T

S.No ACI'IVITIES Bt' TO DOCUN,IENTS RE}IARKS


REQUIRED

f'rcation of t)l Applicartl Reqional . l o i n tF D R Betbre the


. l o i n tI r i x e c l Of llccr cut off datc
l)epositReccipt

2. Subrtrissioo
nf' Ilr Applicant Regionrl I l e t b r et h e
d o c u m e n t sa s Ol'llccr cut o ft' date
per|.()V/l.OI

3. A p p r o v a lo 1 ' t h c A I C ' l - h l { q r s . I{cgional ,,\pproveclPanel Directoryo1'


VisitingI'.xpcrts ()lllccr Erpcrts
Conrnrittee

+. Visit ol'Irxperts I{cgional l'ro1-loscd I . - r p e r t s( ' o r n m i t t e c -


f'onrnrittee Olllcer l . o c a t i o no l ' t h e l b r n i a t C l i c c k l i s t
I n s t i t uito n I I a n dB o o k

-). lrxpcrts [rxperts I{ceional [:.rpcrtsf' ornnrittc'e S c u n n i n qo l '


('onrnrittcc Conrmittec Olllcc [{c'port t h c r e p o r tb r
Rcport N{entbcrs Regional
Olllcer

(). N { a i l i n go l ' Rcgional Al('IIr. ticps. Erperts('ourmittee


I : x p c r ts Olllccr [{cport
Clommiltec
Ileport

7. Approval of AICTI: [{qrs. Applicant E r p e r t s C o m m i t t e e I s s u eo f L e t t e r


Nerv lnstitutitln/ Rcport to Applicant
Dilhciency asper
Lctter/Rejection Appror al

8. C o m p l i a n c eo f Applicant A I C T Ei l q r s . ConrplianceReport
Dcticiency u ith necessary
proof

9. P r o c e s s i n go f AICTE Hqrs. A p p r o v a l iR e v i s i t If Revisit is


Clompliance bv RO m a d ep r o c e s s
Report repeat from
S . N o . - 1t o 7

AICTE APPRO\AL PROCESS HANDBOOK 11


3.3.2 DOCUMENTS REQUIRED AT VARIOtIS STAGES AND
COMPETENT AUTHORITY
DETT\ILSOF VARIOUS PARAMETERS, TYPE OF DOCUNIENTS'
CONIPETENT AUTHORITY FOR EACH PARANIETER AND
D I F F E R E N T S T A ( ; E S O F -V E I I I F I C A T I O N I N T H E A P P R O V A L
PROCESS

.TYPT] RE}I,.\RKS
S. I'AIIA\{E'I'T]R OF CO}IPETENI' STAGE
No D O ( ] T i M E N T ,\tit'[I()RIT\'

I l c q i s l r a t i o no f - Rcgistration R c g i s t l a rr rt ,\pplicatitrr.r I { u l c s& B r e


t l r c S t r c i e t vo r [)cccr S o ci c t i c s S
" tetc Scrutinr I-au ot'thr-
l'rust ( iur crnnrcnt t r u s tt o b e
I { c s is t r a t o
i n r criflcd
I ) c p a r t r n c n lf o r
'lnlsts

l.a Land S a l c I ) e - c col r SLrb-l{cgistrar. a ) A p p l i c a t i o n s a ) O r i g i n a l tso


'I
Irrcr oclblc (iill h a s i l c l r r .I { c l c n t t c Scnrtinv h c r c r if l c d
I )ccrltrr ( ior t. I ) c p l r t r t r c r t ti r t l l t c b) I Iearing b r R () ' s
I . e a s c[ ) e c d S l] t c ( i o r c r t t t t t c n t C'onrr.nittee b)('opr to bc-
r u ; r rul r t r O l ' l l c e r c) Bcfirrc strbrnitt,--rl
1 1 i r 1gr rl l t c t ' l t t r kt , 1 I n s p c c toi n a1 Rc,Ji()llll

S u b - R c - c . i s t r airn O l - t cl c .
thc Rcvcnuc l.obe
I ) e p a r t r n en 1 subrnittcd
alongrith
land
docurle-r-rt
T
b) F arnrark i ira. i { e s o l t t t i o rot 1 ' ( J o rc r n i n g l l o d r r\s above

t h e B o i r r i lo f ol'the N{anagenlcnt
()1' o 1l' l i c S o c i e t r , /r' Ll r s t
l, I irr',4t:.en1ent
t i t c S o c i e t r/
i.rLrst

c) [-lnd usc t e r i i i l c acf o l ' \ i i i l a g eP r n c h a ra t s A s a b o v e U s eo f l a n d


('ertificate u s a g ec f l a n d l ' h a s i l d a rI' { e r c n u c C e r t i f i c a t et o
for Educational District Oftlcer bc r crifiecl
Instifutional ( u h i c l ie r c r i s br RO's
purpose r i i r p i l c a i - ltc

l2 \ I C T E , \ P P R O \ - { L P R O C E S SH - \ \ ' D B O O K
S. PARAMETER TYPE OF CON{PETENT STACE RENIARKS
No. DOCUMENT AI.]THORITY

3 a ) Building A p p r o r , a lo l ' t h e V i l l a g e P a n c h a la t , l r t flccrino a ) .Area trf

B u i l d i n gP l a n ( i o r p o r a to
i n/tIrban Conrrnittcc Iluiltr,rl,

Der.'elopnter.rt s p a c u -t t r h c

Authoritr. r erillcd hr
RO's

b) MasterPlan b) Atter the l r ) A p p t ' r r r3 l


i s s u a n c eo l br ct,rt.tclcrtt

I-OViI-OI suthr\rit\ tr)


b e 'r c r i l l c . l

.1. [;unc]s a ) F D R ' s& r ) Nationalized,' a ) I Iearing ljDRs .lt,int

Bank Account S c h e d u l c db a n k s ('orrnrittee Ij[)Rs tirrnl

b ) J o i n tF D R b) - d o - b )A f t e r t h c - Non-Sciretltrlcd

i s s t u r n co
ct hanks cltittot

I.OV t.OI bc consitlcrcd

). Acadernic Actual I r x p c r t C ' o t n m i t t c c A t t h e t i u r eo t '\s pcr .\l('I t:

Inlrastructure v e r i { l c a t i o no l Inspcctior.r n rlntl s

(Iicpiprncnl. Inroiccs/llills
I .i b n i r l .
Irur-riiture.
( ' o n r p u t e re t c .)

'fcaching stafl'sclection E,rpert Qualit-rcation


6. a) Copy of the
l.'acultv Advertisement Con-rnrittee \risit o f f a c r . r l t va n d
Committee
b) Minutesof p r o c e d u r c sf t r r

the Staff s e l c c t i o nt o b e

Selection r erificdb1

Cornmittee r isiting

for the Erpcrts

appointment
of facultl'
c) Appointrnent
letter
d) Reporting
3 . 3 . 3N O R M S F O R L A N D A N D F U N D

CI-ASSOF R E Q U t R E I \ I E NOT F L A N D ( t N , \ C R E S ) REQTIIRE}IE\T


NEW RTIRAL* DISTRICT HQ. ]\IETRO CITY OF FIXED
INSTITUTIONS CORPORATION (]ORPORATION DEPOSITS
I,I J\II1' LII\IIT ( R S .r N L A K H S )

I'.nginecring& 25 l0 5 -i0
1'echnology
( I)egrce)

I . . n g i n e e r i n&
g 20 l0 )
'l'cchnology

( Diploma)

P h a r n r a c v( D c g r c e ) 5 1.5 0.5 l0

I IcltelI\{anagerncnt& ) 2.5 0.5 l0


Catcrin-e
Itchnologv
(l)cgrcc)

I I o t e l N { l u r a g c n t e n&t ') 1.5 0.5 l5


Catcring
'l'cchnologl'

(t)iplrima)

F { o t c lM a n a g e n t e n&
t 5 2._5 0.5 i()
Catcring
'l'cchnology
I
( D e g r e e+ d i p l o r n a )

Architecture 10 ) ) 20
(Degree)

N{BA or MCA 2.5 .25 0.5 20

AppliedArts 5 2.5 0.5 20


(Degree)

AppliedArts 2.s 1.5 0.5 t5


(Diplorna)

t4 .\IC'TE APPRO\AL PROCESS II.{\ DBOOK


3 . 3 . 4E S T I M A T E D C O S T O F B U I L D I N G A N D E Q U I P N { E N T
A. ESTIMATED COST OF BUILDINC
I 2 3 {
S. PROGRANINIE B U IL D I N G S P A CE R E Q t r tR E I \ I E N T E s t i n r r r t e(d' o s t
No. (TNTAKE) ( C " . \ R P E TA R E A )
IN SQ.NrFrl'ERS R s .i n f ' r o r e s
3.1 1 t J.3 3.,1
;\DMN. ACADI]i\IIT] A N , I E N I T I E S l'oT.{L
AREA ;\REA AREA
REQUTRE- REQtTTRE- REQUTRE-
MENT NIENT I\I ENI'
[)cgree in 755 Ill 6 6(r0 lt65r 79i
I:&'I (360)

) l ) i p l o n r ai n 180 ilt70 710 5( ) S 0 l.)l+


H&'r'(lflO)

.,) I)cgrec irr t<< l r i Ol I70 I7l(r ( )s 1 7


[ ' h a r n r a c r( 6 0 )

.1. I\1I]A i3t) 3u7 -+r() H7 0 l-l


( 6 0)

5. NI('A il0 .160 Ir0 ltt0 o .I 6 t ,


(60)

6. l)cgrcc irr 520 1888 .ll5 SUti l.l-19


IIN4('1'(60)

t. l)iplomir 520 3376 125 + 3 1I 1. 1 9 6


I I N , I C ' l( 6 0 )

8. I)e{ree in .150 I8 2 0 1 6 95 0.tt08


AppliedArts
(60)

9. D e g r e ei n 450 ll00 150 i 100 0 ()


Architecture
(10)

NOTE :
l. The Build up Area reqlliredfor eachprogrammeis takenfi'ornNomrs & Standards.
AICTE-1999
2. The ResidentialArea (StudentsHostel, Staff Qualters,etc.) are not inciudedin this Table.
For Detailsrefer Norms and Standards.
AICTE- 1999.
3. The costof constructionvary from placeto placehowever.the estimatedcosthasbeenaril,'ed
by assumingRs. 3000/-per Sq. Mtr.
4. The Total Area mentioned under column 3.rl above is for the Total Student Strenglh for the
durationof the programrne(eg.EngineeringDegree360 intakex 4 yearsduration- 1110).
5. The cost of the land is not included.
B. ESTIMATED COST OF LIBRARY BOOKS AND EQUIPMENTS
( R S .I N L A K H S )

I 2 **3 4 l

S. PROGRAMME APPROXINXATE LIBRARY TOTAL


No. C O S TO F BOOKSAND (3+4)
f,QtTTPMENTS I.'tIRNITURE
ETC.

Degreein 850 30 880


I1&T (360)

2. Diplomain 500 25 525


D & ' r( 1 8 0 )

3. Degreein 60 20 80
P h a r m a c y( 6 0 )

4. MBn 50 20 10
(60)

5. MCN 10 t0 90
(60)

o Degreein 30t) 20 120


HMCT (60)

7. Diploma in 200 l ) 215


r r M C T( 6 0 )

8. Degreefn 100 30 r30


AppliedArts (60)

0 Dcgreein 150 30 r80


Architecture(40)

NOTE :

l. The Cost of Equipments,Library books and Furniture etc. has been worked out
by consideringthe CurriculumGenerallyfollowed acrossthe country.

2" The estimatedcost is only an indicative figure and not the exact amount required.

3. The cost mentionedmay be taken as referenceonly.


3.3.5TOTAL ESTIMATED PROJECT COST
( R S .I N L A K H S )

S. PROGRAMME BUILDING EQUIP. JOINT FDR TOTAL


NO. MENTS
& LIBRARY

I)cgree in 37 9 . 50 880.00 50.00 ri 0 9 . 5 0


E & ' r( 3 6 0 )
) Diploma in r5 2 . 4 0 525.00 25 . 0 0 702.10
11&r'(180)

l [)egree in 81.70 80.00 20.00 1 8 .17 0


P h a r n r a c y( 6 0 )

1. MBA 34.10 70.00 20.00 t 2-1.-10


(60)

f. MCA 36.60 90.00 20.00 i 16.60


(60;

o. Dcgrce ir-r I 1.1.90 .r20.00 20.00 151.90


HMCt'f (60)

7. I)iplonra 129.60 2r 5 . 0 0 15.00 359 . 6 0


rrMC'r'(60)
8. Dcgrccin 80.80 r30.00 r5 . 0 0 2 25. 8 0
AppliedArts
( 6 0)

9. I)egrcc irr 93.00 180.00 2000 293.00


A r c h i t e c t u r e( 4 0 )

NOTE :

l. , T h e C o s t o f L a n d r e q u i r e df o r e a c h p r o g r a m m ei s n o t i n c l u d e d i n t h e
above estimatedtotal cost. The Land Cost may be calculatedas per the local
market price.

2. T h e a r e ao f t h e b u i l t u p s p a c er e q u i r e da n d t h e C o s to f t h e R e s i d e n t i aAl r e a
suchas Hostel,Staffquarter,is not includedin thetotaiestimated projectcost.

AICTE APPROVAL PROCESS HANDBOOK t1


3 . 3 . 6C H E C K L T S TT O B E FOLLOW ED
A. BEFORE ISSUE OF LETTER OF VIABILITY

S.No STAGES D O C U I \ t E N T SR E Q U T R E D

'frusl
I W h i l e r n a k i n ga p p i i c a t r o n o R e g i s t r a t i o no l ' S o c i e t r r '

o l . a n d a s p r e s c r i b e db v n o r r n s

o I 0 o l uo 1 t-o t a l e s t i n l a t e dc o s t

'frtrst
2 S c r u t i n vo f D o c n n r e n t s a L a n d i n t h e n a n r eo- f S o c i c t r ' /
a P r o o l ' o f l i r n d s p o s i t i o n t h e e x t e n t o 1 -1 0 % o f t h e
;lroject cost
o L a n d u s c c e r t i f i c a t cl i o n r c o n r p e t e n at u t h o r i t l '
o P r o p o s c cbl u i l d i n g p l a n

o [ : s t i n r a t eo f t h e b u i l d i n q

'[
3. I I c a r in g ( ' o n r r r r i t t c c o h c c l o c u r n c n tass s p c c i l l c di n S . N o .] a b o v c

c N O ( ' l l ' o r nS t a t c( i o v c r n n r c n t

o N ( X ' l l " o n rt h e a l l l l i a t e d u r l i v L - r s i t \

B . A F T E RT S S U E
O F L E I ' T E I TO F ' V I A B I L I T Y
S.No. S'TAGES D O ( I \ t E N T SR E Q t t R E I )

S u b r n i s s i o no 1 d
' o c u n r e n t st o o ( ) r i g i n a l l a t r dc l o c u m e n t s
I{c,,.ionalOfflce in response o . fo i n t F D I t i n t h c n a n r eo f R O . A I C ' I I . la n d
t o L c t t c r o l -V i a b i l i t y ' C h a i r n r a n/ . l ' r u s to f - t h er e s p e c t i er S o c i c t r / l ' r u s t

a I . a n du s ec c r t i l i c a t e

o I l u i l d i n g p l a r .a
r nd the reportof the nork in progress
l ( l a c c e s sr r h c t h e r f a c i l i t i c s a r e a v a i l a b l et o n t c e t t h c
r e c l u i l e n r c not f I s t r e a r

a lluilding cstirnatc

2. During visit of AIC'fll o Landdocutnents

Ilxpert Cornmittee e l - i s i o f l i b r a r y 'b o o k s r v i t h p h l s i c a l s t o c k

C R e g i s t e rc l f e q u i p n . r e n&t f u r n i t u r eu i t h p h v s i c n ls t o c k

c R e c o r d sp e r t a i n i n gt o s e l e c t i o no f S t a f f b o t h t e a c h i n c
& non-teaching

a Audited statementof accountslbr last three vears

18 { I C T E A P P R O \ A L P R O C E S SI I . { N D B O O K
4. INTRODUCTIONoFADDITIONALCOURSESAND/oR
oF EXISTING COI,IRSES
INCITEASEoR VARIATION IN INTAKE
AND/oREXTENSIONoFAPPROVALoFTHEINSTITUTIONS
4.|INTRODUCTIONoFADDITIONALCOURSESAND/oR
INCREASBoRVARIATIONININTAKE,oFEXISTINGCOURSES

4.I.I ELIGIBILITY
institutiott'
- The applicantshoulclbe an AIC-l'F'approved
intake shall be cotrsideredas per tlie
- Aclclitionalcoursesaucl/ or variatiotls
f i x e db y ' C o u n c i l '
l a i d d o w n p o l i c i e sa n d o v e r a l lc e i l i n g
cottrsesin permanetltlocatton'
- Iustitutionshoulclbe offering its approvecl
/ rentedi liired prenrisesshall
_ No institutio' which is lrlning in temporary
for aclditionalcoursesn11d / ot'variatiotrili intake'
b.
"on,itl"'ecl

, 1 . 1 . 2S U B M I S S I O N O F A P P L I C A T I O N S

ItrresponsetopreSsnotificatiorrtoobtainprescribedapplicatiorr|orrrr
frorrrAlCl.E,IleadQtrar.tersillegiorraloffices.ollpa.vtrretrtof
Draft in favour of Member
R s . 5 0 0 0 / _i n t h e t o i m o l - f ) e n r a n d
SecretaryAICTE payableat Nerv Delhi'

Subniissionof Applicationb1':
(lhairrtrattGoverning'Body
i) Govt./Govt.aiclecl

ii)Urriversity/DeenlecltJrrir,,c-rsit.v-RegistrarofUrriversitr'

iii)Private/Urraicled--Cltait.rrratrot.Secretar,vofSocietl''/Trttst.
be submittedto Advisor (E&'I)
Applicationformduly fllled in shoulcl
in original and coPiesto

i) ConcernedRegionalOffice of AICTE

ii) ConcernedStateGoverlllllent

iii) ConcernedAffiliatedUni-n'ersity
University)
iv) UGC (if applicantis University/Deemed

v)StateTeclrriicalBoarcl(incase.ofapplicationisforilrcrease
ir-rtake/additiorraicotll.seorvariatiotrirlintakeisforDiplor-tta
in TechnicalEducation)

t9
AICTE APPRO\AL PROCESS H.{NDBOOK
4.I.3 PROCESSING

A. STEPS INVOLVED
INTRODUCTION OF ADDITIONAL COURSE/INCREASE
INTAKE
S . ACTIVITIES BY TO D O C U } I E N T S RE]\IARKS
No.
REQT,IIRED
I Notification/ AICTE
Advertisement IJeadquarters
2. S a l eo f I{eadquarters/ Demand Draft Not applicable
Application AllRegional of Rs. 5.000/- t o I I n i re r s i t ] .
Form Oflices in favourof (ior t. and
Men.rber G o v t .a i d e d
S e c r e t a r vp a v a - institutions
ble at Neu'Delhi
3. S u b m i s s i o no f a) Applicant AICTEllqrs.&Copytc A l l c o p i e so f
Application Society/ I ) S t a t eG o v t . d o c u n t c n t sa s
[jorm Trust 2) University r c q u i r c di n t h e
3 ) R e - e i o n aOl l l l c c a p p l i c a t i o nf b r r n
b) Govt./Govt. AICTE Ilqrs.
aided Copy to :
University/ lJnivcrsitr /
D e e m c dt o R e g i o n a lO l l i c e /
bc [Jnivcrsity tJGt'i IJniversitr,
.1. S c r u t i n yo f AICTE
A p p l i c a t i o n/ I {cadquarters/
Documents RcgionalOlllcc
5. Rccommen- a ) S t a t eG o ' u ' t . A l C l ' I r I I c l r s .a n d NOC as per
d a t i o nb y b)Alfiliating cop\,to concerned Irormat
conccmed Llnivcrsitl'/ I t c g i o n a lO f l r c e p r o v i d e di n r h e
agcncies Board application
c) UGC
o. A p p r o v a l o tf h e AICI'I-EHqrs. R e g i o n a lO l f r c c Directorl'of Appror al of'
VisitingExperts Experts the Visiting
Cornmittee
Iirpcrts
Committee
7. Visit of Expert Regional Office Applicants proposedExpert V i s i to f
Committee locationof the Committec Erpert
institution fbrmat. Check- flornmittee
list, Handbook
8. Expert Expert Regional Office Fvnert
Scanningoi'the
Committee Committee Committee Reportbv
Report Members Report RegionalOffice
9. Recomrnen- Regional AICTE Hqrs. Minutesof the Recommen-
dation Committee/AIB Meeting d a t i o nt o
Subcommittee AICTE Hqrs.
1 0 . Approvalof AICTE Hqrs. Applicants ExpertCommi- I s s u eo f L e t t e r
Additional tteeReport& of approval
course/increase
EC Subcommi- to the
in intake/varia-
ttee/ AiB a p p l ic a n t s
tion in intake Subcommittee

20 {ICTE APPRO\ALPROCESS
HAi{DBOOK
I
4 .I.4 C H E C K L IS T T O BE FOLLOW ED
I N C R E A S EOR VARIATION IN
A D D I T I O N A I , C O U R S E S/ O R
IN T A K E OF E X ISTING COURSES

D O C U N I E N T SR E Q U I R E D

- A I C I I r A p p r o ra l t o r E r i s t i n gC o n r s e s
W h i l e n r a k i n ga P P l i c a t i o n
I n s t i t u t et s
a f o s u b s t a n t i ae l v i d e n c et o p r o \ e t h a t t h e
t h o s eI n s t i t u t i o n s
s h i f l e d t o p e r l n a n e r l[t' o c a t i o n ' ( l ' o
u h i c h h a l e s t a r t e dp r i o r t o 1 9 9 8 - 1 9 9 9 ) '
itr favottr ot
O I)enranclI)ral't to the prescribed atl.touttt
ltcs'
I l e q i o n a l O t l l c e r . r \ l C ' t L ' -t o * a r d s p r o c e s s i n g

*rl*ing Atc'tll lrxPertsVisit Docttttlcnts1t'rshou :


or Lip
a I l t v c s t n l c n tm a c l ef b r t ' . s t a b l i s h i n sl a b o r a t o r l
1 s 1t \ i d i l i p n a l
g r a c l a t i o na n c l i n c r c a s ci n c a p a c i t t
c ( ) t l [ s ep r o p o s e d' i I t r c r e a s ei n i n t a k e
Stal'f
o I ' c a c h i n gf h c t r l t i e sa n c lN o n 1 ' e a c h i n gl - e c h n i c a l
a p P o i n t tel .
'l'hc
a c a l l a c i t vt r t i l i z a t i o no 1 - e r i s t i n ls- a b t n c i l i t i c s '
ct'sln
a N O C ' t i o r l r S t a t cC i o v e r n l l l c l lat t r dL l t r i r

O I ; i r t a n c i aSl t a t t t so 1 - t h cI n s t i t u t i o n
thc l-ibrarr
o A c l d i r i o n sm a c l ct o t h e P h v s i c a lS t o c k o f

common visil shall be made b1'the


* l n c a s e t h e I n s t i t u t i o n s E x t e n s i o no f A p p r o v a l i s d u e . a
or variation in
A d t l i t i o n a l C o u r s e / I n c r e a s ei n l n t a k e
AICTE/Experts Committee to consider
I n t a k e a n d a l s o f o r E x t e n s i o no f A p p r o v a l '

2l
I t AICTE APPROVAL PROCESS IIANDBOOK
4 . 2 EX T E N S IONOF A P P ROVALOF THE INSTITUTIONS
4,2.1ELIGIBILITY
- The Institutionsshould be due for extensionof
approvalfor nert acadenric
year.
- The institutio. shouldhave trrevalidity of current
appro'ar.
- T h e e x t e n s i o no f a p p r o v a l s h a l l b e f o r t h e
c o u r s e sr v h i c h a r e c u r r e n t l v
approved.

4 .2 .I S U B MIS S IONOF APPLICATIONS

I ' s t i t u t i o n s w h i c r r a r e d u e f o r e x t e n s i o no f
a p p r o v a lf o r t r r ee n s u i n q
academicyear have to approachthe concer'ed
Regional Office rvith a
r e q u e s ta l o ' g w i t h t h e r e c e s s a r yi n s p e c t i o n
fees.letrvee' Decenrber
l5th to Januaryl -5thof every year.

The duly filled in fornratwhich is obtainedfronr


the concer'ed regional
office sho,ld be submittedto the AICTE Regionar
office aro.g *,ith
prescribedfees payabreby DernancrDraft
lnoy in favour of Regio'ar
officer AICTE payabreat Locatio. of the concerned
Regionaroffice.

7'
4 . 2 . 3P R O C E S S I N G
A. STEPSINVOLVEI)
OF EXTS@
EXTENSION OF A
N\Z'N['NSI.,N OF'APPROVAL
TO D O C U M E N T S RE}IARKS
S . ACTIVITIES
BY REQUIRED
No.
R e e i o n a lO { i r c e Con.rPliance
(iornpliancc Instttutton Fo r m a t . P r e s c r t -
I
fortn bedlnsPection
F e et o R e g i o n a l
Office

Directorl of
AIC'IL, t{qrs' R c g i o n a lO f l l c e
2. Approval of the Lxperts
Visiting ExPert
Cornmittce
rrperts f'tltlttut-
[-ocation tl1'tl.re
Visit of l:xPert Regional Office tee lbrtnat cirec
3. Institr'rtion
Cornmittec i s t I I a n dB 0 0 k

I:xpert S c a r m i n eo f
llxpert I{egional Ollice the rePort b1'
.t. Expert Cor.rlrittcc
Clourn-rittee Committcc Report ReeionalOffice
Iteport N'lernbers
N { i n u t es o f t h e
I{ccotlurenda- Rcgional I{egional
).
tion of thc Comurittce Conrutittee-
I{cgional N'lceting
Clorlrlittee
NOf' frorn State
l r x t e n s i o no f IrC Sub- G o r t . N l i n u t e st l
6.
Approval / No coururittcc thc Ilegional
admissitln/ Cotltrlittcc
Rcduced irrtake t ol'tlnll-
I I:rPcrt
I t t ec R c P o r t
Copr of the
AICTIT IIqrs' \pplicatrts l e t t e rt o
1. I s s u a n c co f
l.cttcr o1'cxten- Regionai
sion of aPProvall O fllce
no admission/
RCducedintake CoPr ttl
AICTL,Hqrs' Applicants Regional
8 I s s u a n c eo f I
Letter of defici- I I Ottlce
ency fbr institu-
tions under ncl
admission/
Reducedintake Copl'to
AIC'I'E Flqrs. Compliance
Compliance of Applicant report rvith nece- Regional
9.
De ticiencl' ssary proof Office

ApProval/ lfrevisit is
of
1 0 . Processing AICTE Hqrs' revisitb1' madeProcess
comPliance RegionalOffice repeatfrom
report S . N o . 3t o 1 0
excePt9

HANDBOOK
AICTE T\PPROVAL PROCESS
4 . 2 . 4C H E C K L IS T T O B E FOLLOW ED
E X T E N S IONOF A P P ROVALOF EXISTING INSTITUTIONS

STAGES DOCUMENTS

W h i l e r n a k i n ga p p l i c a t i o n O A I C I - f hA p p r o v a l f b r E x i s t i n g C o u r s e s

o D e n t a n dD r a l i t o t h e p r e s c r i b e da m o u n t i n f a v o u r o f
R c g i o n a lO f l c e r . A I C T E t o u , a r d sp r o c e s s i n gf e e s .

o A specificrel-erence
in caseshiftedthe Instirutionfiom
'l-entporarv
l_ocation to permanent I.ocation.
( i n r c s p e c to 1 I' n s t i t u t i o r rsst a r t e dp r i o r t o I g 9 g _ 9 9
)

z \ l C ' l ' l r I r x p er t s V i s i t I - a n c Il ) o c r r t l c n t s

I - i s to f I - i b r a r r I J o o k s* i t h p h v s i c a ls t o c k

R e s i s t c ro l - e q u i p r n e nat n d F u r n i t u r en i t h p h r s i c a l
Stock

R c c o r d p c r t a i n i n gt o s e l e c t i o no f S t a f f b o t h T e a c h i n e
& Non'leachine

A u d i t e d S t a t e r n c not f a c c o u n t sf b r p r eI . i o u sr ea r .

l ' h e d e t a i l so f G o v e r n i n gC o u n c i lm e e r i n s sh c l d d r . r r i n s
the r,ear.

P r c v i o t r st h r e c y e l r r sr c s u l t s

S t u d en t / S t a f l ' R a r i o .

E a r l i e r d c f i c i e n c v r v h e t h e rf u l f i l l e d . I f n o t . r e a s o n s
thereof

21 AICTf, .APPROVAL PROCESS


4 . 3 D o cL IME N T S R E QUIRED
TO THE EXPERT
T O B E M A D E AVAI LABLE
DOCUMENTS INSTITUTION
THEIR V I S I T T O T T I E
C OMMIT T E E D U R ING

Documents
A) APProval
IE
1) F i r s l a P P r o v aolf A I C
of AICTE
of approvals
2) Sttbsequent extension

3) Affiliationof UniversitY

B) Land and Building

1) Original Land document


building
2) APProvedPlan of the
space
3) Total area of built uP

c) Finance
i o t t st l t r e er e a r s '
of accottntsof the instittttiorl f o r r h e P r e r
I) Auclited statetnent

- tse
Equipttrent Cottrse*
D) Library, Computersand
E , q u i P n r e not f v a r i o r ' l s
R e g i s t e r o f LibrarY Books,ColnPuters'
l) Stock
l a b o r a t o r i e sF' t t r n i t t t r e

E ), l:acrrlly
- . - ^ ^ L ^ 1 , . 1 t \ , { i r r r r l e oq f t h e r n e c t r t t g
l)NumberofstaffselectiorrCorrrn-ritteeMeetingsheld.Minutesofthetrre
of the lastthreeYears'
? \ Nameof thePrincipal
/ Director- Dateof Joining

3) ListofFacultyMerrrbersappoirrted-witlrqrralification.desigrratiort.dateof
j o i n i n g- d i s c i P l i n e w i s e '
- lasttrvo 'vears
deputedfor higherstudies
4) List of FacultyMembers
5) L i s t o f P a p e r s p t r b l i s h e d i n N a t years'
ionai/InternatiorralConferences/Joltrnais
Members - lasttrvo
iy tt," Faculty

6) ListofBooks/TextBookswritterrb.vtheFaculty-lasttrvoyears.

25
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AICTE APPRO\AL PROCESS
1) List of Faculty Membersattendecl
Summer/ Winter School- last trvo
),ears.
8) List of R&D, ConsultancyProjectundertakenby Faculty - last
two years.
9) Aquittanceroll of Faculti,i Non-teachingfor the currentand previous
),ear.
l0) Atte'dance Registerof Teachi'g / No'-teaching current
vear.

F) Student

I) Number of Studentsadnrittedduring previousyear - courservise.


2) Percentageofpass in eachcoursefor the last threeyears.
3) Time table of eachcourseduring the currentyear.
4) List of Co-curricularand extla curricularactivitiesavailable
to studentssuch
asNCC. NSS etc.
5) Number of studentsenrployedthrouglicampusinterview. Furtheryear-\vrse
d e t a i l s- l a s tt h r e ey e a r s .

6) Number of studentsdiscontinuecl
their studiesduring the last three
1,ear-
corrrse-wise.

G) (ieneral

I) Number of tirnesthe GoverningBody of the institutemet during


the lastthree
years- Fumish copiesof the ntinutes.

2) If not. reasons.

3) Whetherrepresented
by AICTE?
5. ANNEXURE
5 .I N OME N C L A U T REOF COURSES
NOMENCLATUREoFBACHELoR'SDEGREEINENGINEERING
A N D T E C H N OLOGY
1. AeronauticalEngineering
2. AgriculturalEngineering
3. Architectureand Towu Platrntng
4. ChernicalEngineering
5. Civil Engineeritrg
6. ComputerScience& E'ngineering
1. E l e c t r i c a Il l n g i r r e e r i r t g
Errgineering
8. Electronics& comtnunication
9. IndustrialEngineeringand Managenrent
10. InfonnationTechnologY
Engilreering
I l. InstrumeutationanclControl
12. Leather TechnologY
13. ProductionEngineering
1 4 . M e c h a r t i c aEl n g i n c e r i n g
15. Material Science& l'eclinology
l(r. Metalltrrgyhrrgincering
11. MiningE,ngineering
18. Marine Engineering& Pharmacy
19. PrintingTechnologY
20. SugarTechnologY
.fextileTechnologY
21.
Desigt't
22. Applied Arts & Production
Instrumentation
23. Applied Electroriicsand
2 4 . F i n eA r t s
25. 1\.utomation& Robotics
26. AutomobileEngineering
21. Food TechnologY
28. Bio-lr{edical Engineering
29. Bio-TechnologY
30. CeramicEngineering
31. EnvironmentalEngineering
32. Fashion & APParelDesigning
33. Oil & Paint TechnologY
34. PulP & PaPerTechnologY
Technology
35. Polymer Science& Rubber
36. TransPortationEngineering
)1
HANDBOOK
AICTtr APPROVALPROCESS
5.2 DURATION AND ENTRY LEVEL OF PROGRAMMES

S.No. NAME OF THE ENTRY LEVEL DT]RATION


PROGRAMME (\'8..\RS)

Iiull'l'ime DegreeEngg.&'fech 10+2


U.E./B.Tcch.
'fech
Diplomain F.ngg.&
(l.ateral[intn Scherne
)

:
) 'fimc I
Full D i p l o m al e v el I 0 1 2 ( l l i g h e r S e c .l e v c l)
Prograrnmc:
D i p l o r n a i n E , n g g .& l ' e c h .

3 Full Tinte Pharmacv I0+2 -+


Prograrnrnc:
l ) e g r e c ( 8 . P h a r n r).

,|
N'lanagerncnt
Progranrme B a c h c l o rL e v e l a n r I ) c - q r c cs i t h
MBA I 0tl* 3 s'stcrll
Irull Time

). liull-fime Mastcr itr Bachelor Levcl anv l)egrec u,ith


I
( ' o m p u t e rA p p l i c a t i o n l 0 + 2 + 3 s y s t e mh a l i n g M a t h e m a t i c s
(MCA) at Higher Level

o. B a c h e l o ro f I 0+2 l
FIotc'lManagemeht&
C-'atering
Technologr,(BFIMC

I
OBSERVED BY AICTE EXPERT
5.3 M A J O R V I O L A T I O N S
C OMMIT T E E S
I. P e r m a n e n tS i t e / L o c a t i o n 'AICTE'
the approval of StateGovernnretrt
I. Changeof site without
(other than AICTE
f o r t n o r e thatt one prograllrnle
2. Satne lancl eartnarked
progralnrnes Io to tllove
1997 rvith a cotrditiotr
a r e a p p r o v e c lb e f o l e
3. Those institutionsrvhich r llot evell orrtritlg the larld'
-
i locatiott n o t t t r o v e c l
site
Perruatretlt

b c f o r e 2 0 0 0 - 0 1)
( f o r t h e a P P r o v a la c c o r d e d
Il. T e m P o r a r YS i t e / L o c a t i o n State
u i t l i o t t t p r i o r a P P l ' oar l o 1 '
o l ' t e t r t P o r r r i s i t e t o a n o t l t e tl'o c a t i o r r
l. Shifting
Government/ AIC'fll'

III Trust / SocietY

l. T r a n s f e r r i l r g o f a p p r o v e d t e c l r t r i c a l i r r s t i t u t i o r l f r o t r l o n e t r t t s t ' , s o c i cE,.
t},tootlrer.
rvithottt tlre appror,al o| AIC-I
approveclirrstittrtiorr
2. Clralrgeof tranreof the

3. ClrarrgeilltlrecotlrllositiorroftlresocietvrvithotttAlCTE'sc01lCtlrrellce.
the GovenlirtgBody'
A The institutehas ttot coustituted
Body ureeti'gs of thc ittstittrtion'
5. Not conducti.g t.e Goverrring

6. Notprodr.rcingtlreacltrrinistratil,e.acaclertricatrdfilrancialrecorcisirlclLrding
comtnittee'
;;.;;t;t to thJ Visiting E'xpert
Accotltrtaltt'
t'totaucliteclby a Chartered
1. The annual accotllltswere
DepositReceipts'
8. Productionof false Fixed
g . ' F inancialtrtis-tttattagetttettt'

1 0 . Failedtoproduceclocutnetrtaryevidencefortherrrobilizatiorrofthefrrrrds.

IV. FacultY

1'FactrltyappointeddoestrotpossessestheprescribedqualiticatiorrofAlCTE.
qualifications'
without llecessal')'
2. Promotionof facult-v
of facultl '
Meetingswere conducteclfor the appointureut
3. No staff Selection
'1. A I C T E P a Y s c a l enso t P a i d '
bank'
5. Salariesnot paid througli

6.E,venafter5to6yearsofestablislrment.troseniorfacultynretrrberappointed.
29
PROCESS HA'\{DBOOK
1. In adequatefaculty.
8. No departmentis havingthe Headsof the Department.

9. R a t i o o f P r o f e s s o/r A s s t .P r o f e s s o/r L e c t u r e ri s 1 : 2 : 4i s n o t b e i n ef b l l o u e d .

V. Admission
I. Excessadmissionover and abovethe approvedintake.
2. Runningunapprovedprograllrmes.
3. Managenrentinstitutionsadntittingtwice in a singleacademicyear (particularll in
un-affiliated prograntmessuch as PGDBM).
4. Managementinstitutionsrunningunapprovedprogrammeswith a small chanqein
the namenclatureof the approvedprogramme[eg. pGDBM Marketing].

5. E x c e s s a d m i s s i o n s a r e b e i n g n r a d e b e y o n d a p p r ol 0v%
e df o r l a t e r a l e n t r y s c h e l r e .
6. Admissionsmade without following the StateGovt. norms and procedures.

VI. Fees

I' Excessfees chargedover attd abovethe prescribedby the StateGovernprelt for


various categories.

2. other fees chargedunder variousheads(transportation.books etc.)

3. Un-reasonablefines are being chargedto students.

VII. Others

I. Building spaceis inadequate.


I
2. Inadequate infrastructural
facilitiessuchas laboratories,
workshops.computer
center,library.
3. Non-cooperation
of themanagement
with thevisitingexpertcommittee.
4. Ongoingapprovedprogrammes
of AICTE discontinued
withouttheprior approval
of the AICTE.
5. Collegeis admittingstudents withouthavingthe affiliationof the universitl,for
t h e l a s t t w o y e a r s . H o w e v e r ,t h e e x a m i n a t i o nas r e b e i n g c o n d u c t e db y ,t 5 e
university.
6. Sub-contracting
of infrastructural
facilitiesto otherinstitutions.
EXPERTS
OBSERVED BY AICTE
5.4 MAJOR DEFICIENCIES
COMMITTEE
Permanent Site / Location parts'
the land but it is in three discontinuous
1. The trust has acquired
for raising loans'
2 . o r i g i n a l d e e d s i n r e s p e c t o f l a ntl.re
d w f"ti
e r e tt"igftt
r o t p r have e d f otnortaged
o d u cbeen rverificationtotheErperts
doubts that
Committee,raising

3 . P e r m a n e n t s i t e s h o w n i s c u l frotn
t i v a bthe r r d p a r t i sauthority'
l e acompetent unde.rcultivationnorv.Latrduse
certitlcate *"; ;;;o';duced

4.Tl.rereisnopl-rasewiseplar-rforthedevelopmentoftheinstitutionfornextthree
y e a r s . t e a u t h o r i t y f o r t h e c o n s t r u c t i o n o f t h e b u i l d i n g
approprta local civii
5. No approvalplan fronr dt.";;inuite oUieclionsfrom the
committee.
was shown tl-tn.
authoritY'

Finance .
r r to show the financrarl strengthof the applicant
1. No tangible evidencewas produced
Trust.
trust was not established
2. Financialviability of
fronr certatn
3 . T h e e v i d e r - r c e p r o v i c l e d f o r n r o bl.,i;tt;;;"t"ising s f o r c r e a tloan
i l i ' j r i g f u r t l r e r f t l n ddonation/ ingacleqtlatefacilities
since only
is r.rot
"onu,r,.ing
individuals*.,.,ho*ntothecornr,ritte".Managementhasnoanswerastoirorv
the loan'
theY ProPoseilto rePaY

Laboratories & Workshops


Infrastructural facilities'

l.Thespaceprovidedforlaboratories'workshops,library'computersfacilitiesand
'
GrosslYinadequate'
drawing hall have been
for chemist'y L?b: physics Lab' and
2 . No separatefloor in a singlehall'
provided' All are cramped

J . Numberofworkbenchesprovidedarenotenoughforconductofthephysicsarrd
isnotavaiiable
trrefirstvearclasses
for
required condncting
,tllr"u*.,rre vear'
4. ilH:;: .o*..n..*nt of theacademic
will noto""J;:;';il;.
"ra
5.Thespaceprovidedforlaboratories,workshop,library,computerfacilityare
grosslYinadequate'
is not fit for occupatton'
shedto housecarpentryand fitting shop
6. The workshop and
are not enough for conductofthe physics
provided
7 ' Number of work benches
chemistrYlabs'
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AICTE APPROVAL PROCESS
8. The trust could not produceany receiptsfor the paymenttowardsthe purchaseof
physics,Chemistrylabs,and workshopequipments.

9. There is no stock registerwhatsoeverin any of the laboratories.Comrlittee hacl


a doubtthat the equipmentshavebeentransplanted from otherexistinginstitutiols.
l0' Facilitieswhich have beenestablished
for laboratories
and workshopsare far short
of both quality and qr.rantity.

Computer Centre

I. Licensedsoftwaresare not providedin the cornputerlab.


2. The establishmentof the Computercenterslacksproperplanning.In the eveutof
Conductingthe secondyear, there is no scopefor any expansionin the preselt
Location.

3. with frequentpower failure,there is no UpS in coniputercenter

4. The capacityof UPS is grosslyinadequate.

5. T h e e s t a b l i s h m e notf t h e c o n r p u t ecr e n t r el a c k sp r o p e rp l a n n i n g . I n t 5 e e y e l t o f
conductingthe secondyear, there is no scope for any expansionin the preselt
l o c a il o n .

6. Obsoletemonitorsare installedin the coniputercenter.

l. There is only one printer in the cornputercenter.'fhis singleprinter rvill not at all
meet the demandof 30 studentsin the computercenterat a tinre.

8. Internetfacilitv not available.

Library

I. The institutehas not subscribedeitherfor Indian or foreignjournal.


I
2- The library is crampedand there is no referencesection in Library.

3. The locationof the library is next to the workshop.The surroundingswill be noisv


whenever workshop classesare on.
4. Library shouldbe strengthened
by addinglatestedition of books andjournals.
5. Library does not have adequatenumber of books and journals in engineerlng
subjects,physics and chemistry.

6. Library books in volume and titles are not enough. Additional books and journals
have to be purchased.

7. The library is too small a room ofjust 960 sq.ft. with no separatereferencesection.
At a time not more than 15 studentscould accessthe library.

8' The library is crampedand there is no referencesection in the librarv.


Many of thern are irrelevant
g. Library has 627volumes for the purposesof account.
that books belongingto sotne
books for the polytechlic students.It is also noticed
just to fill up the almirahs'
other institution,have beenkept in the library

Faculty

I. Principal,teachingfaculty,non-teaching staffhavenot beenidentifieddo not har e


b a s i cd e g r e e '
conrmittee$.ith expertsrrl
2. Faculty identifiedis not throughproper staff selection
and their cotrtributiotr
the relevantfields. The identifiedstaff are iuexperienced
next to nothing'
to the developmentof a uew institutionwill be virtually
degreeprogramnles
3. Tlroughthe collegeis proposedto be establishedfor offering
note that a retiredprofessor
in ElectronicsanJrelatedsubjects,it is very peculiarto
of civil Engineeringhasbeeuidentifiedas Principal aud anothercivil Engineeras
Vice principalwith not a singlesenioracademician belongingto eitherof the areas
(E,lectronics & ConrputerScience)'

4. For the offer of appoittttneuts said to have been issued.trust could not produce
proccedingsof Staff SelectionConrnrittee tneeting.offer of appointmentsindicate
letter is not Valid'
nothing exceptnatneof the person' Such au appointtnetrt
'fhe who nlay trot be able to contributeto the
5. idcntiflcclstalf are ittexpet'ienced
devcloptncritof the cleparttlents'

6. rvas shorvnfor recruitmentof statTfbr the proposed


No proof of aclvertisetlretrt
institute.
5.5 DATA ON NO. OF COLLEGES/ INTAKE (STATEWISE)OF VARIOUS
PROGRAMMES

A. Number of Institutionsapprovedas on 27.r1.2000for Engineering&


echnolosv(Desree& Di ma). MCA
Region State/Union'l'erritorl Degrec I)iploma Engineering N'{asterof
Engineering Cornputer
Applications
No. of Intake No. of Intake No.of Intake
Inst. Inst. Inst.
Central Madhya Pradesh 4l 10380 58 9.155 27 1300
Guiarat L ) 7370 .10 10375 l0 -180
Total 61 17750 98 19830 37 I 780
E,ast Mizorarn 0l 120 03 390
Sikkim 0l 280 02 270
Orissa 30 7000 27 5049 28 1092
WestBengal J 7 t51 11 6075 t0 355
Tripura 0l 160 0l t25
Meghalaya o I ttO 02 r90
Arunachal Pradesh 0l 210 01 r80
Andaman & Nicobar 02 t70
Assam 03 660 l0 l3r8 03 l:0
Manipur 0I 150 03 ll5
Nagaland 0l ll0
Total 7l 15917 9 14099 4l | 567
North Iliher t2 3 1.10 28 1798 0l [0
Ljttar Pradesh 75 I6 8 9 6 112 I 2205 .l+ 22.10
Total 87 20036 r 40 17003 16 I 2360
North- Chandigarh 03 560 0.1 6-10
West
Fiaryana 3t /+4) J I 5335 l0 500
Jarnmu & Kashrnir 09 I3 6 0 l-+ 3085
Nerv Delhi 1l 2560 L0 5077 07 260
Punjab 20 1720 "10 03 150
Raiasthan z) 51 6 4 28 2973 02 100
Flirnachal Pradesh 02 ,110 07 875
Total 99 22219 r50 25400 "r7 l0l0 I
South Andhra Pradesh t01 30150 92 t 6 t 75 165 6505
Pondichern, 05 9,10 05 1 1 1
04 r50
larnilNadu 160 40491 ./_l) '15394 138 7100
Total 267 71866 310 623r1 302 1350s
South- Kamataka 80 30152 199 2861 68 2995
West
Kerala 28 711 0 52 8430 07 210
Total 108 37262 251 11294 /l 3205
West Maharashtra 138 4 1 3l 5 t69 37165 t9 870
Goa 02 104 08 1110 01 30
Daman& Diu 0l 90
Total 140 4r719 178 38365 20 900
Grund Total 838 232229 I 224 I 88300 548 r9062
for MBA' Pharmacy
as on 27'11'2000

,-7-
Regttlt.l l
Intake \ Intare
No. of
lnst. 09 I 1-10
520
-oi5 l1 670
685
20\ 1 1 1 0I
Central 1205
Cluj 4700
Total
01
Miz-oraq
11 8 8 0i
I 280 03
Ortssa
West Bcngat 9,1-
TnPura
Mcgha!aY1
il*nue!4!'o99+ -
ila^"rq!4!4s!lt --l
rl,. 1 160
rltsr---- rrri-_,ra- -
t --l

*T'#; 1+\
ManiPrtr

*a Gs _----t- 2t1_jj!8

6f 180 I
03
01
I --)

l.o
0l 60
l9
98 10245 a 1
LA
586-t
South
Pondiche
l0
2802 41 I 2i19
54 n \, -132t)
Tu*it I'tudu ?i ? 0
Total
f,utnutuku 11 \ 1195
l)6
99i 5515
2618 j830
Kerala 2.180l 69 I
0i l0
Total 60

70 3860
qru 2510
D-amaqJL 12710 349 15002:
12215
45312

35
c. Number of Institutions approved as on27.11.2000for Hotel Manasement
r e e & D i p l o m a ) .A r c h i t e c t u r e
Region 'lerritory
State/Union Degre I Iotel Diplorna Flotel .,\rchitecure
N4ana 'ment I\'lanaserrrent l
No. of Intake No. of Intake No. of- I n t 'rk.'
akc
Inst. Inst. Inst.
Central Madhya Pradesh 02 60 03 120 05 t00
100
Gujarat 0l 60 - tlr) i+o
1 10
Total 03 120 03 J20 i il -rJ0
{10
East Mizoram
Sikkim
Orissa 0l l+
West Bengal 07 +80 0l lt00
Tripura
Meghalaya - _-1
Amnachal Pradesh
Andarnarr.&
Nicllhlr
Assam
Manipur ,_
---
Nagaland
'fotal
- -_ 08 I s00 03 t21
!4.
North _ Itih* I8o l: (()r( lo
- -: -- _.01 I
U!l!tl,rdg. 0 7 _t9 0.1-- 195 0 7L I JrJ0-
O
Total 07 420 06 3Ail 09 310
J40
North- Chandigarh 0l 60 0t -l0
l0
West
FIaryana 0t 60r 0ri R1
8 J
Jammu & Kashmir 0l 20
Neq, I)elhi 0l 60 03 210 0l l9l
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Total 02 120 07 380i t2" ,116
South Andhra Pradesh 03 r.l0 05 110
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Total 26 2560 t7 690
South- Kamataka l8 950 1 J
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Total l8 950 0l 60 18 680
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