+91 9867381971 (India)

The AICTE has made entrepreneurship courses will start with normal courses .

All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Chairman Anil D Sahasrabudhe said on Friday. “There is a need to bring students into startup culture and to provide them a platform where they can convert their bright ideas into innovation,” he said here. “We should create a support system for students, including more internship or skill programme, to hone their skills,” he added.

The lack of resources and unemployment are the major challenges, Sahasrabudhe said, adding that we should focus on startups. The AICTE has made its own startup policy through which universities and colleges along with their normal courses will start entrepreneurship courses, he said. He said that lab and research centres should be opened for 24 hours for students so that they can do research and draw their ideas.

The ‘Smart India Hackathon’ was aimed at solving challenging problems of different government departments and ministries and state governments and engage with young students for creating worlds largest open innovation model.

AICTE unveils new curriculum for engineering, technical courses
According to a senior official, the new curriculum focuses more on practical by engaging students with laboratory assignments rather than on theory.The new curriculum was launched by Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar.

Comments are closed.