AICTE has banned B. Tech in distance mode | Universities offering B. Tech in corresponding mode

October 6th, 2010| Education.

AICTE has banned B. Tech in distance mode | Universities offering B. Tech in corresponding mode

According to a circular issued by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), no University in India should offer B.Tech course in Correspondence method. So it is better to do the B.Tech course in regular mode.   But some universities are offering B.Tech course in Correspondence method.  JNTU, Hyderabad is offering B.Tech (ECE, Civil, EEE) in correspondence-cum-contact method. Diploma holders in related branches are eligible.  Admissions are  through entrance test. Log on to www. jutuh.ac.in for details.

Andhra University is offering B.Tech (Civil, Mechanical, EEE, ECE, and Chemical).  Diploma holders in related branches are eligible.  Contact the web site www. andhrauniversity.info for details.

IGNOU, New Delhi is also offering B.Tech correspondence course in Civil and Mechanical branches.  For details log on to www. ignou.ac.in

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