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DU's B.Tech Degree? 1 Year, 2 Months ago

 

Recently there has been news that from this year i.e. 2013, DU will be starting to offer a B.Tech degree in fields like Computer Science, Food technology, etc. Can anyone provide some details on the admission procedure and all and the colleges that are offering the same.




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bt bro look at the blue highlighted line in this pdf 

http://cic.du.ac.in/cic/Admission%20bulletin%20CIC%202013.pdf

what does that means 

also 

Read more at:http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/du-academic-council-mooting-to-turn-bsc-courses-in-b-tech-ones-draw-iit-aspirants-india-today/1/269211.html

read this line in it 

 She added that though the courses will not be approved by All India Council for Technical Education, these courses are going to be equivalent to the BTech courses. "A premier university like DU need not have an AICTE approval

though she is right , du is reputed bt i think every engineering college needs aicte approval 




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Animesh, the pdf link is of the Cluster Innovation Centre which is according to me a Completely different thing.

I also read that India Today article and also an article in Hindustan Times last week where I first read about it. But I didn't read anything about its confirmation or approval.

Now for the AICTE Approval, I am quite sure that A University does not need AICTE Approval (As per law), only the colleges affilated to the university need it.

Now the thing is its approval and how will they select students (I believe based on their 10+2 marks). If this is approved it will be a great advantage to those who have scored well in their Board exams and could not clear other entrance exams. 



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It was stated in the Hindustan Times dated 21 May 2013 (page number 4) that DU will be giving B.Tech degree for Computer Science, Food Technology and 1-2 more programs (like Instrumentation).

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Yes, 21 may it was. But I think there was nothing mentioned about its approval and the admission procedure, wasn't it?

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Here, only this is mentioned that students will get to choose whether they want B.Sc or B.Tech.

Once you get the Pre - admission form (from June 05, 2013) fill in the courses you wish to study for a Bachelor’s Honours/B.Tech degree.

Link: http://www.du.ac.in/fileadmin/DU/Events/APamphlet.pdf

I observed that earlier but was not sure if it was for CIC or every college will be giving B.Tech.



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