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  1. johnsinghaj

    AICTE eligibility

    From V.Balamurugan and K.John Singh Tirunelveli 627 011 e-mail: (Posting of mail ids & mob. no. is against Forum Rules -hence deleted) Phone: XXXXXXX, XXXXXXXXX 13 Jan 2010 To The Honorable Minister Ministry of Human Resource & Development New Delhi Sir, Sub: Redressal of Grievances and Suggestions to AICTE I have the honour to bring the following facts for your kind consideration and favourable action. We are working in a private engineering college as Asst Professors in the Computer Science and Engineering Department. Our qualifications are first class MCA/M.Sc(Information Technology), first class M.Tech(Computer Science and Engineering) and about to complete our Ph.D(Computer Science and Engineering). As per the existing faculty norms for Lecturer (now Asst Professor) cadre in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, of Engineering colleges, a person with MCA / M.Sc followed with first class M.E (Computer Science and Engineering)/ M.Tech (Computer Science and Engineering) qualification is eligible. But as per the new norms the eligibility conditions are mentioned in AICTE website (AICTE) as follows. “BE / BTech and ME / MTech in relevant subject with First Class or equivalent either in BE / BTech or ME / MTech” Whereas as per the latest UGC Norms the eligibility conditions are as follows: 1.1. Master’s Degree with 55% marks in the appropriate branch of Engineering (Engg.) & Technology (Tech) . 1.2. NET/SLET/SET shall also not be required for such Masters Programmes in disciplines for which NET/SLET/SET is not conducted subject to the conditions stipulated in these Regulations in clause.3.3.3. 1.3. A minimum score as stipulated in the Academic Performance Indicator (API) based Performance Based Appraisal System (PBAS) developed by UGC in these Regulations shall be a mandatory requirement Under this circumstances, it creates ambiguity in many ways and causes a concern for the people like us. The abrupt changes in the policy decisions will seriously damage to the existing system. There are more than one thousand staff members, who are presently serving in private engineering colleges who were recruited as per the existing rules. It is not fair on the part of AICTE to curb the existing, well experienced faculty members by imposing restrictions. It seems that the rule makers fail to consider the prevailing conditions and the welfare of the existing members. The new rules affect us in the following ways. 1. The new rules block the students of Science stream from entering into engineering streams. 2. In many previous meetings of AICTE, the importance of the science is strongly insisted. However, the new rules do not consider it. 3. There is no provision in the new system that insists the qualifications related to the specialization of Engineering Teaching (such as B.Ed. for school education) for producing best engineering teachers. 4. Like the existing norms, there is no separate clause in the new norms that deals with eligibility of faculty members of computer science & engineering course. Since, Computer Science & Engineering field is still in its infant stage, there are no sufficient numbers of postgraduates with engineering background. 5. Further, since there is no clear demarcation among B.E.(Comp. Science & Engineering), B.Tech (IT), MCA, and M.Sc (Computer Science/ IT/ Software Engineering), all these students are undergoing more or less the same curriculum. 6. Although, on one side AICTE permits the science students to enter into PG course in Engineering, on the other side it is not at all giving any opportunity to them to become a teacher. It shows the dual standards of the AICTE. Instead of concentrating the quality education, the new AICTE rules were framed to suppress the teachers with science background. 7. As for as the faculty eligibility norms of MCA is concerned the new norms for Asst. Professor is given below. “ BE/BTech and ME/MTech in relevant subject with First Class or equivalent either in BE/BTech or ME/MTech OR BE/ BTech and MCA with First class or equivalent in either BE/BTech or MCA OR MCA with first class or equivalent with two years relevant experience” 8. The third part of the above rule is ridiculous and illogical. The rule says the Fresher with MCA qualification is not eligible to become a faculty member in AICTE approved institutions. we wonder, how can a person get relevant experience for two years without permitting him to work as faculty member. The definition for relevant experience is not given anywhere. Under these circumstances we humbly request you to kindly look into these discrepancies and advise the AICTE to find suitable remedies. We are in the hope that our humble views will be considered with due care and the remedial action will be taken to display the corrected norms in the AICTE web sites very soon. Thanking you very much, Yours truly, Copy to : 1. The Honorable President of India 2. The Chairman, UGC 3. The Chairman, AICTE
  2. Guest

    Diploma Engineers

    1. In CPSE is there difference between Staff and Workmen pay scale. 2. In CPSE Can Diploma engineers recruit for workmen? 3. In CPSE the designation and education qualifications details for the E0 to E9. 4. In CPSE what should be the Diploma engineers eligible designation. 5. In CPSE what is the pay scale for Diploma Engineers? (because in central and state government the Diploma engineers are recruited as non-gazet level-6) Sent from my E2363 using RTI INDIA mobile app
  3. Eleven letters obtained by a Reuters reporter under Right to Information (RTI) Act revealed the health ministry's desperate, and failed, attempts to push states to release funds to NHM arms. Read at: Payment Delays Dent India's Flagship Health, AIDS Programmes
  4. sir, i have completed my I Sc. exam . Without doing graduation i have completed my post graduation (M A History) from annamalai open university.Now i want to know whether i an eligible to appear bpsc cicil sercices exam or not?
  5. bantax

    Govt aided college

    An RTI was filed with the College Principal, requesting information from a Govt aided college pertaining to a land grant made to them 40 years ago, for starting an arts and science college The land grant was actually made to the Registered Society (Registered under Societies Act) running the college. The contention is that the land grant was made to the Society/Educational Trust amd not to the College, hence the College need not provide the papers concerned since it is under the purview of the Society running the College. The Society does not come under the RTI Act since it is a private organisation, however the College which it runs does come under the act since the College is the recipient of grants, aid etc etc from Government. Any comments/advice would be gratefully received. Thank you
  6. have an open university MA degree from annamalai university. recently approached them for further PG diploma course. I was told since I have an open university degree i am not eligible.. Is it so? Isn't it funny that the same univeristy do not consider worthy of these degree holders for further study then why do even they have these courses and what can I do to study further other than going back and ocmpleting my graduation.
  7. Atul Patankar

    Controversy dogs Stephen’s head again

    As reported by Ritika Chopra at www.hindustantimes.com on 02 June 2009 The ghost of the qualification controversy, it seems, is back to haunt Valson Thampu. Eight-and-half months after his appointment as St. Stephen’s College principal, an RTI application filed with the Delhi University has led to an intriguing revelation. For starters, the varsity has not approved his appointment yet. And intriguingly, the response to the application —filed by a former Stephanian and now an IAS officer —implies that Thampu does not have relevant qualification to head a college. The response — a copy of which is with Hindustan Times — states that a candidate eligible for the post of principal of any college should have cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET). Teachers who have a PhD completed by 2002 or an MPhil completed by 1993 in the “concerned subject” (subject taught in college) are exempted from NET. Thampu has not cleared NET and doesn’t qualify for exemption; the latter confirmed by the college’s response (a copy is with HT) to the application. He has a Phd in Theology from Allahabad Agricultural Institute. The subject is not taught at St. Stephen’s. Last year, Thampu had resigned as the Officer on Special Duty (OSD) after doubts were raised on the veracity of his qualification. There were allegations to the effect that he had merely reproduced portions of his books written earlier into the thesis submitted to the institute. Though the college — a minority institution — has the right to appoint its principal without the varsity’s interference, it had recently given an undertaking before the High Court to comply with the qualification criteria of DU’s ordinance. “I am not conversant with what the current status is regarding the appointment's approval,” said Vice-Chancellor Deepak Pental. “However, there is ambiguity on how a minority institution chooses its head. Is it on the basis of merit or its faith?” Quashing doubts over his eligibility as principal, Thampu said, “The Supreme Council had informed Delhi University of my appointment and sent all the relevant documents.” “If they really had not approved my appointment, then how could the university fix my pay scale?” Dean of Colleges Nayanjot Lahiri confirmed that Thampu’s pay scale was indeed fixed by the varsity. However, neither the Vice-Chancellor nor the Dean of Colleges could say why the appointment has not been formally approved and whether his qualification actually falls short of meeting the university criteria as implied by the RTI response. “The university's reply is ill-conceived. In fact I have a written clarification from the University Grants Commission which states that the principal only needs to have a Phd and not necessarily in a subject taught in college,” added Thampu. Source: Controversy dogs Stephen?s head again- Hindustan Times
  8. Various GOI orders have been issued from time to time regarding mobility between Central and State Govts and Autonomous Bodies since 1984. The latest of them is the OM dated 28 Oct 2009 issued by Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension. In these orders, all pensionable employees have been classified into two categories only -Govt servants and Autonomous Bodies' employees.Teachers working in State Govt aided affiliated colleges are governed by the same pension scheme as State Govt servants, they are allotted GPF A/C Number and their entire salary is paid by the State Govt.In short, for all practical purposes they are subject to the same rules as Govt college teachers/ Govt servants, except the difference that they are appointed by Managements, although by following the recruitment rules prescribed by UGC, State University and the State Govt. Moreover, their appointments are also approved by the affiliating State University concerned.Against the above background I need answers to the following questions: a) While processing the cases of State Govt aided college teachers for counting of past service for pensionary benefits on their joining a Central Govt.Dept , are they treated as State Govt servants or State Autonomous bodies employees? b) Are there any specific rules/orders/circulars which define the status of Govt aided college service vis-a-vis service in a Govt Dept/college? c) Are there any specific rules/orders/circulars which provide for counting of past State Govt aided college service on joining a purely Central Govt Dept/college etc.? d) Is pensionary liability required to be remitted in case a State Govt aided college teacher joins a purely Central Govt Dept./College?
  9. As reported by Supriya Shelar Govt AIDS helpline only rings on paper: RTI PUNE: The priority of the State government to fight AIDS can be measured by the fact that it’s authorised helpline to provide information about the deadly disease has been closed down for the last seven years. The toll-free helpline 1097 on HIV/AIDS that was launched by the Maharashtra State AIDS Control Society (MSACS) in 1999 has been out of service since last seven years even though advertisements about the facility are regularly being published on various vernacular newspapers, claimed a city-based NGO Muktaa. Making you know and talk about AIDS (Muktaa), a voluntary initiative by city-based non-government organisation Maitri, has been working for the cause of HIV and AIDS awareness since the last three years. It also runs a helpline 25460102. Kishore Dhage, a volunteer of Muktaa helpline, filed an application under RTI Act seeking information about government’s initiative for AIDS control. The reply to the application that was filed in August was received last month. It stated that the 1097 helpline has been closed due to some technical problems. “Considering the need to organise educational and awareness programmes on HIV/ AIDS along with counselling by experts, there should be a government-run helpline also. The MSACS has been established for control of HIV/AIDS. Then why the annual budget has been spent on advertisements of a helpline which does not exist?” Kishore asked. When contacted, the MSACS officials said that the National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) would soon launch a new service with the same number which would be same countrywide. However, when asked about publishing of advertisements, the project director of MSACS, P R Sabde, pledged ignorance saying that currently he is on election duty at Rajasthan and unaware about status of helpline. Despite being dissatisfied with the shutting down of helpline, the volunteers of Muktaa helpline are firm on following the matter seriously.
  10. As reported by TNN on timesofindia.indiatimes.com on 27 July 2008: Fake admission row hits Stephen's-Delhi-Cities-The Times of India Fake admission row hits Stephen's NEW DELHI: The Christian quota at St Stephen's College is in the eye of a storm again. The college is now investigating the documents submitted by a student who got admission under the Christian quota but whose documents don't bear out the proof. Interestingly, the matter only came to light after an RTI was filed on July 9 asking for information on the number of Christians who had been admitted this year under the quota. Said a senior teacher of the college, "Though the college has three levels of scrutiny for every application, this student's documents seemed to have been missed by everyone. It's only after the RTI was filed that the mistake was discovered." The student, a girl from UP who had enrolled for BA programme, had apparently submitted her baptimism certificate but not the confirmation certificate, which is issued by the Bishop of the Diocese. The college requires not only the baptimism but also the confirmation certificate, a fact that seems to have been overlooked by the pro tem administrator - who scrutinised the Christian applications separately, the non-teaching staff - who went through the relevant documents before calling the candidate for interview, and even the interview board chaired by the pro tem - which was supposed to ask the candidate to produce all documents if admission is required. Pro tem administrator, M S Frank, admitted that an enquiry into the case had been set up. "It now appears that the girl, who was given a seat reserved for Christian candidates, may not be a Christian," said Frank. When asked who had filed the RTI which led to discovery of the fake certificates, Frank said, "It's not pertinent to know who sent the RTI query. What is more important is bringing out the truth." Sources in the college added that the mistake was found out as the girl had claimed to be from the Church of North India (CNI), a category from which there were few applications. "This year, the supreme council decided to set aside a separate quota for candidates from CNI late into the admission process. Since all Christian candidates who got above 60% were being called, this girl, being from CNI, could easily get admission with a 66.5%," added the source. However, once the RTI was filed, the college went through her documents once again and it was found that her confirmation certificate was missing. When the college authorities contacted the girl to know about the missing document, her parents reportedly told them that the certificate was lost. They later provided the required certificate to the pro tem administrator. But certain discrepancies were found in the certificate after it was scrutinised, say sources. Meanwhile, spokesperson of the college, Sunil Mathews, refused to comment on the issue.
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