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After UGC, AICTE issues guidelines; fresh PGDM/PGCM Course to begin from August 1


NEW DELHI: The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) in a letter to all the faculties and institutes providing classes on engineering, management, structure and pharmacy, universities, deemed to be universities, affiliated technical establishments and polytechnics has recommended them to apply the ideas issued through the University Grants Commission (UGC).

The UGC had on April 30 issued guidelines relating to examination calendars and educational consultation 2020-21 to be followed through the universities across India.

In view of nationwide lockdown due to the Corona Pandemic, all standalone PGDM/PGCM establishments are requested through the AICTE to apply the academic calendar for admission as given underneath:


S. No. Event Date
1 Commencement of classes for existing scholars
PGDM/PGCM
July 1, 2020
2 Last date for cancellation of seats of PGDM/PGCM
with full refund of charges subtracting Rs. 1000/-
July 25, 2020
three Last date of admission in PGDM/PGCM Courses July 31, 2020
4 The educational consultation for the PGDM/PGCM Course
for newly admitted scholars
August 1, 2020 to
July 31, 2021
five Last date up-to which scholars will also be admitted in
open and distance studying classes in two classes
August 15, 2020 and
February 15, 2021

The letter also mentioned that the establishments should now not hike the admission charges or different charges for the Academic Year 2020-21 and likewise should now not drive the chosen candidates to pay advance charges all over lockdown.


If the examinations of the primary yr scholars of 2019-20 consultation may just now not be held earlier than the lockdown, then the mode of examination and promotion to the upper classes be performed as consistent with the UGC guidelines on examination circulated on April 29, 2020.


Institutions may start the consultation as consistent with above educational calendar in on-line mode and shift to common head to head mode most effective after such notification is issued through MHRD.




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