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As of April 2007, there were 106 institutions in India offering technical programs in collaboration with the foreign universities and institutions. Of these, only two were approved by the AICTE. What do you think are the pros and cons of the FDI in higher education? What has been the experience in some of the other developing countries in this regard?

Asked by sudhanshu pandey, 29 Jan '09 07:32 am
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Dude these are the icfai topics. Right? Even i have the same ones.
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Answered by Avi Nair, 29 Jan '09 06:31 pm

 
  
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YOU should first of all understand the difference between affiliation and accreditation. A college obtains AICTE accreditation only when the said college has efficiently established AICTE guidelines for running the institute. They are dependable. If you are really interested in becoming an engineer, study well and get into iits or NITs. Most of the affiliated colleges are ill equipped with competent professors and teachers. FDI has not taken in routes to educational sector. In developing counyries there are TECH.Ed courses to become a college faculty.
Answered by nandakumar kartha, 29 Jan '09 08:37 am

 
  
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