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AICTE : Clarifications on certain Issues / Anomalies pertaining to Qualifications,Pay Scales,Service Conditions, CAREER ADVANCEMENT SCHEMES (CAS) etc. for Teachers and Other Academic Staff of Technical Institutions (Degree / Diploma)

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Private  sector workers eligible for technical institute faculty : Deccan Herald : Prakash Kumar, Jan 15, 2016, DHNS

An industry professional with requisite qualification and at least 10 years work experience in private sector can also be recruited as faculty in technical institutes, provided the candidate’s company has a successful continuous standing of at least 10 years.  However, preference should be given to candidates with working experience with public sector undertakings (PSUs), said the All India Council for Technical Education’s notification issued as clarification on various “issues and anomalies” with regard to service conditions of teachers at technical institutes. “Working experience in public sector undertaking is preferred. However, private sector can also be considered provided the Industry has a successful continuous standing of at least 10 years,” it said. The experience of such candidates can be considered only after production of certificate issued by their employer. The area of operation of their industry of must be related to the relevant field of discipline. The experience certificate of such candidate must include work profile, designation and duration of service, the council said.

The AICTE issued the notification recently to clarify the issues and anomalies identified in its 2010 regulations on qualifications, pay scales, service conditions, career advancement schemes and other matters related to service in technical institutes. “We have issued the notification based on recommendation of a committee after two rounds of the meeting of the council. We had received several representations from institutes and faculties on various issues arising in the implementation of 2010 regulations,” an AICTE official told Deccan Herald. The council also puts a ban on technical institutes from filling faculty positions in humanity and sciences departments through direct recruitment of candidates with basic minimum qualifications in non-engineering subjects. According to the council’s notification, candidates with Master degree in relevant subject of humanities and sciences with first class seeking appointment to technical institutes as faculty will have to clear the National Eligibility Test (NET), conducted by the University Grants Commission, or similar tests conducted at the state level. “The institutions should not consider these qualifications for direct recruitment for faculty position, at any level of post from the date of publication in AICTE Regulations, 2010,” the council clarified. The Council also made it clear to the technical institutes on much “teaching load” should be give to faculties.- Courtesy

 AICTE Pushes up Teaching Hours :By Express News Service :  16th January 2016

NEW DELHI: The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has come out with a sweeping directive, stipulating minimum teaching hours for directors, principals and faculties of technical education institutions. Coming out with a series of directives in keeping with the AICTE regulations and the Sixth Pay com-mission, the notification said that a teacher availing study leave shall undertake that he shall serve the institute for a continuous period of at least three years after resuming duty on expiry of the study leave.

After the leave has been sanctioned, the teacher shall execute a bond in favour of the in-stitute, the notification said. Appropriateness of MS degree acquired from NIT, IIT and IISC Bangalore has also been considered equivalent to ME/MTech for appointment as Asst Professor in Engineering disci-plines. It said the government is considering to relax PhD qualification in hospitality and tourism management pro-grammes due to scarcity of qualified professional for such courses. Person entering as Training and placement officers in the technical institutes shall be of the cadre of a professor and shall be recruited as Professor. – Courtesy

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AICTE’s Executive Committee’s decision on faculty members with MCA / M.Sc. in Mathematics / Physics / Electronics /(Electronic Science) / Computer Science / (ET&T) and allied subjects with ME/M. Tech/Ph. D. in Computer Science / Information Technology for being considered under CAS


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