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Thanks for replying , I got this college IEM in kolkata for MCA under PTU which is jointly approved by AICTE -DEC-UGC . Now i am not very clear about this course , as they have started it from last year and last year students are all praising the course and faculty . Please give me the information of this course quickly .
Another thing i have a desire to do PHD , so can i do PHD after doing MCA under PTU from IEM ....
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MCA from IEM kolkata which under PTU is jointly approved by
AICTE-DEC-UGC.this a joint committee that gives approval for distance-learning courses. that means it is good for distance learning mode. if you want to do MCA in regular mode then there are other colleges also:

Netaji Subhash Engineering College
Heritage Institute of Technology
Dr. B.C. Roy Engineering College
Jadavpur University
Techno India College of Technology
Pailan College of Management & Technology...etc..

Read more here: http://entrance-exam.net/mca-colleges-in-kolkata/#ixzz1q3J22czW
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Yes there are many colleges which is only UGC approved not AICTE approved.both are good but as AICTE is all india council of technical education so it is given more preference.It provides the licence for the institute to give a value and eligible degree.One of the main differences between University Grants Commission (UGC) and the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), is that the later one basically deals with technical education.



Best of Luck..................
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Hi Rockey,

Vinayaka Missions University is UGC recognized and Vinayaka Missions Kirupananda Variyar Engineering College is NBA-AICTE accredited.So your brother can take admission there. But here I see your question is of long days back.In the mean time I think you have taken your admission.So please let me know where you have got admission.

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What are you asking dude....clearly batao ...What you looking for ??... ► Read more
Listen payal.......i want you to know first that All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) was set-up in November 1945 as a national level Apex Advisory Body to conduct survey on the facilities on technical education.
It means it is a standard body which looks after the technical education in our country.
If the course or technical college is not recognized by AICTE...Then at the time of any campus or interview ...you will be given less preference than anyone who passed or have done any technical course from AICTE affiliated college........Even many public sector undertakings also write clearly while displaying vacancies that the candidates must have done or completed technical course approved by AICTE.
What i want to say that it is always better to go for technical course approved by AICTE otherwise it will limit our chances .
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Its a deemed university , still have legal stuff to be sorted .
There has been no output from this university yet , be-ware....
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Hi Anil,

UGC and AICTE approval required for all higher educational instutitions

Business Standard reports quoting officials from the Minstry of Human Resources Development that it will be mandatory for all institutes and universities to obtain the approval of the All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and the University Grants Commission (UGC).

An amendment to the UGC Act, 1950, and the AICTE Act, 1987, will be introduced in the winter session of Parliament providing the two with penal powers to be able to de-recognise an institution, take it to court, and even demand its closure if specified norms are not met. The amendment will apparently not apply in retrospect, but existing institutes and universities, which do not have approval from the AICTE or the UGC, will be asked to take one. As of now, an AICTE approval is optional. Also, a university can be set up by a state government without UGC approval as long as it does not take a grant.


1. Basically these are not degrees but apex organizations for higher education in India.
2. UGC is University Grants Commission and not related to technical education alone. All state universities and som other universities are UGC approved. It grants funds for research to institutions and universities.
3. AICTE is council for technical education only. Similarly we have for medical education, pharmacy, law etc. AICTE gives rankings to colleges.
4. Seek admission to college having 'A' certificate from AICTE and affiliated to a university approved by UGC. To the best of my knowledge only UGC approved degrees are recognized by the government as it is the apex body for higher education.
5. Approval from AICTE means a minimum standard will be followed but converse is not true, for example IITs and BITS Pilani are not affiliated to AICTE.

Many state governments, notably the Chattisgarh State Government, have allowed private universities and instituties to be set up
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If you want to do mba through distance then the best option is IGNOU bcoz all it';s mba programmes are approved by AICTE.............if you don't want to join IGNOU then go for IMT-CDL , probably the best distance MBA... ► Read more
Hi Ronny,

You are welcome.

Jointly approved by AICTE-DEC-UGC means there is AICTE-DEC-UGC Joint Committee,which gives affiliation for the distance learning courses.If you are doing your MCA distance learning course under the University which is jointly approved by AICTE-DEC-UGC joint committee that is very good.

All the Best!!!!!!!!
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