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2.6 Lakh Seats Cut in Technical Colleges

AICTE Cut seats in technical colleges

2,63,244 seats have been cut in other courses including engineering, management of the country. This year 179 technical colleges have closed due to shortage of students. While 1386 colleges did not apply for renewal. Apart from this, the recognition of 44 colleges has been canceled for charging arbitrary fees and ignoring the rules.

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has completed the finalization of seats for undergraduate, postgraduate and diploma in engineering, management, pharmacy and other programs this year. AICTE will enroll 30,88,512 seats in 9691 technical colleges in the academic session 2020-21. At the same time, in the academic session 2019-20, 32,09,903 seats were admitted in 10,992 colleges.

164 New Colleges Approved This Year

This year 164 new colleges are starting. This will increase 39,656 seats. The 52 colleges that offer the most MBA are opening. There will be 11,673 seats in 33 new colleges in engineering. While the PGDM program will increase by 10,740 seats.

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