Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Dated : 25-08-2015

 Suggestions on AICTE approval process in response to the Public notice by AICTE soliciting suggestions for maintaining better Transparency/Accountability.

 Sir,
           I submit that the council has put on place several initiatives to bring about changes in approval process by introducing greater transparency and accountability. 
          As per the “Approval process Hand book of 2015-16 “ there is a condition for the approval process, stating that the increase in Intake in existing courses and for adding new courses in existing program is possible, only when the Institution has valid NBA accredited courses. This has become a big hurdle to the newly formed state of Andhra Pradesh during the approval process for the Academic year 2015-16. 
          To meet the increasing demand of Technically skilled personal and to provide cost effective education, the Government of Andhra Pradesh is running around 40 New Government Polytechnics (in rural areas), with only 2 courses in each institution. The Government of Andhra Pradesh has taken lot of Initiatives & with lot of funds in developing these institutions in a phased manner, but during 2015-16 all these institutions lost the opportunity of introducing one or two new courses in each polytechnic, since they are not having ‘Accreditation status’.
           Hence, I request that the New Government Polytechnics which have not completed Ten Academic years since their inception be permitted with ease in approval to start new courses without ‘Accreditation status’ under the AICTE policy of ‘Education to all’. This step alone will be beneficial to the newly formed state of Andhra Pradesh , facing many turmoil’s and which has a large demand-supply gap of Technical man power. It is true that the supply of polytechnic diploma students in the state of Andhra Pradesh is inadequate. The employable skilled labour currently supplies only 31% of the total demand. 
          Hence, this suggestion to permit the New Government Polytechnics of Andhra Pradesh presently running Two courses to start Two more courses in the Academic year 2016-17 without insisting on ‘Accreditation status’ for the benefit of the rural youth may be kindly considered. 
 Yours sincerely,

 K.V.R.Babu Principal, Government Polytechnic, Addanki, Prakasam district, Andhra Pradesh
( sent by email to aphsuggestions2016-17@aicte-india.org on 25-08-2015 )

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