SC’s order to suspend Engg degrees of 30,000 students: Know how to save your degree!

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The Supreme Court’s order to suspend engineering degrees of 30,000 students from 4 deemed-to-be Universities came as a shocker for students across the country.

However, there’s a good news that the students can save their degree/diploma by passing a test which will be conducted by AICTE/UGC in 2018.

As per the order of the apex court, the engineering degrees of students enrolled with 4 deemed-to-be universities during the academic years 2001-2005 shall remain suspended until they pass an examination that will be organised jointly by AICTE and UGC.

The universities are – JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth, Rajasthan; Allahabad Agricultural Institute, (AAI); Advanced Studies in Education, Rajasthan (IASE) and Vinayaka Mission’s Research Foundation, Tamil Nadu, (VMRF).

So, Diploma, P.G. Diploma/Degree, M.E./M.Tech in Engineering students from the above mentioned universities enrolled during the said period, must register with AICTE to appear for the exam and practical papers.

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The exam is expected to be conducted by AICTE and UGC in the month of May/June next year.

Important to Note

Students can register their names soon as the online registration process for the same has already begun from December 2. The last date to get your name registered is January 15, 2018.

How to Register your Name

  1. Go to the official website of AICTE and click on ‘Registration of Candidates Enrolled in Deemed to be Universities during 2001 to 2005 and awarded Degree/Diploma in Engineering’.
  2. Click on Register OR Login label at the top right hand side of the page
  3. Fill in all the required details and submit
  4. Better to take a print out of the confirmation page for further reference

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