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Hindustan Times | Mar 08, 2017  | Gauri Kohli |   AICTE wants students to go online to air grievances against colleges |

Students and faculty at engineering and technical institutions can air their grievances against delay in results or fee refunds after withdrawal of admission and re-evaluation.  The All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has made it mandatory (from February 20) for all its affiliated institutions to put grievance redressal mechanisms in place so that “each institute is able to receive and dispose of grievances online.”  It has also directed the institutes to indicate the details of online grievance redressal mechanism names, contact numbers and e-mail IDs of members of the grievance committee on the college notice board to assure students that help is at hand.  For effective monitoring, the Council has directed institutes to submit an online monthly status report regarding the number of grievances received, disposed of and the ones pending on the last day of the previous month.

The decision was taken about two weeks ago after directions from the ministry of human resource development that such mechanisms needed to be put in place urgently. The Council, while granting approvals and during accreditation, will also take into account the performance of an institute in dealing with complaints and its effectiveness in solving ­grievances.  According to Anil D Sahasrabudhe, chairman, AICTE, redressal of grievance is mandatory, irrespective of whether an institute wishes to get accredited or not. Grievance redressal will get linked to approval for an institution eventually. On the idea behind the directive, Sahasrabudhe says students do complain, but “Some are addressed, some delayed and others not addressed. We were flooded with mails both on our portal and the government’s Centralised Public Grievance Redress and Monitoring System portal. So the government decided that all grievances should be addressed in a time-bound manner. This will ensure transparency and students will be benefitted. Students will feel confident and good institutes will get better branding.” – Courtesy   /   Click here to register online   :  Feedback Form for Faculty and Students of AICTE Approved Institutions


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