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Working on common entrance test: AICTE
The All India Council of Technical Education has been working on the mandatory Common Engineering Entrance examination at par with NEET but a few states have been opposing the move, said AICTE Chairman Anil D Sahasrabuddhe on Saturday.
The AICTE Chairman said, as per the revised curriculum, the students must attend an industry internship. “With the common engineering entrance exam, the quota system would be followed properly and no state would lose its quantum of seats,” Anil stressed.
“We have revised the teacher-student ratio from 1:15 to 1:20. But, there are some allegations claiming that faculties are forced to resign by some colleges. They can get in touch with us,” said Sahasrabudhe.
With a sharp decline in the number of students choosing engineering studies, Sahasrabudhe offered the engineering colleges to file a written appeal with AICTE if they are willing to start arts and science courses or even ITI courses.