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I got admission in ECE group at ICFAI tech ,Bangalore.
How is ICFAI Tech Bangalore, i heard it is not recognised by AICTE, how it maatters my career if i choose to join ICFAI TECH,Bangalore

21 Jul '07 08:06 am
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Take admission in icfaitech dehradun or tripura as they offer a valid degree & not banglore.
Answered by b k roy, 28 Jul '09 09:51 am

 
  
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Hi i am a student of ICFAITECH bangalore
This is true that Icfai Tech Bangalore does not have an AICTE approval but this is also true that AICTE approval is not necessary for a university. The present scenario is that ICFAI tech bangalore is not recognized but the authorities there are trying their best to get university status as soon as possible so you can join Icfaitech Bangalore no prob but icfaitech Dehradun or agartala will be better as they already have university status. u can contact me via e mail leogaurav1@gmail.com
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Answered by Gaurav arya, 31 May '09 10:10 am

 
  
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I am sure that if the courses are not accredited, then one must not take the course. Becasue the standard fo the course may be below expectations and thats the only reason they have not opted for AICTE recognisition and also if one follows AICTE recognisition, then they must adher to their rules like strength of the class, lab equipment quality and quantity, standard in setting question papers and also their assessments etc. Hence i recommend to take the course only if its recognised by AICTE as its a private university.
Answered by dinesh, 03 Jun '08 08:48 am

 
  
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Answered by sap pristine, 12 Nov '07 09:18 pm

 
  
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Just get details of their placement record, names of firms where placements have bee done, their average salary, etc. This should make it simplier for you to decide.
Answered by Sheela Nair, 27 Oct '07 04:00 pm

 
  
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A recognition from AICTE helps to benchmark the course in the international job and education market. It is advisable to seek a recognised course. Else you can query the institute for reasons for not seeking such a recognition. If you feel their responses are satisfactory then you can pursue the course.
Answered by Saj Sierra, 22 Jul '07 05:19 pm

 
  
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Hii...even though it is not rcognised by AICTE , the curriculum and the course contents and the placements are worth . I dont think the recognition of ICFAI doesnt matter to you.
Answered by pradeep kumar, 21 Jul '07 08:18 am

 
  
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