Saturday, April 06, 2024

AICTE organises innovation, design, entrepreneurship bootcamp on April 4, 5


AICTE organises innovation, design, entrepreneurship bootcamp on April 4, 5

NEW DELHI: The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) chairman TG Sitharam on Thursday virtually inaugurated the innovation, design and entrepreneurship (IDE) bootcamp for teachers and principals. IDE bootcamp will be held at 18 nodal centres in 14 states across the country. The camp is being held to nurture innovative skills and explore the business models of schools.

The camp is being organised by the innovation cell of the education ministry. IDE bootcamp is an extended version of the school innovation contest, organised as part of the School Innovation Council of Innovation Cell of the AICTE. A total of 4,145 participants, including 854 from PM SHRI schools and 3,291 from other schools, will be part of the event.

The first phase will be held on April 4 and 5 at four nodal centres of PM SHRI schools in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh and five centres of remaining schools in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Jammu and Kashmir. The second phase will be held on April 9 and 10. It will target non-PM SHRI schools from nine nodal centres at Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Chandigarh, Kerala, Assam, Rajasthan, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh.

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Source:Inquilab 05th Mar 2024


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Wednesday, March 27, 2024

Boosting Innovation: A Look at AICTE’s Research Promotion Scheme (RPS)


Boosting Innovation: A Look at AICTE’s Research Promotion Scheme (RPS)

The Indian technical education landscape is undergoing a transformation, with a growing emphasis on fostering a culture of research and development. At the forefront of this initiative is the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), which introduced the Research Promotion Scheme (RPS). This scheme aims to empower institutions and faculty members to delve deeper into their fields, pushing the boundaries of knowledge and igniting a spirit of innovation.

The RPS specifically targets AICTE-approved technical institutions and university departments that offer postgraduate programs in relevant fields. This ensures that the participating institutions possess the necessary infrastructure and academic environment to support rigorous research endeavors. But the RPS isn’t just about the institutions themselves. It also focuses on nurturing the research potential of faculty members. To be eligible, the principal investigator (PI) leading the project must be a full-time, regular faculty member with a proven track record of research experience and publications.

The core objectives of the RPS are two-fold. Firstly, it seeks to create a research-conducive ambience within institutions. This involves encouraging faculty members to engage in projects that explore cutting-edge advancements in engineering sciences and established and emerging technologies. Secondly, the scheme aims to cultivate a new generation of research talent. By supporting projects with clear deliverables, the RPS hopes to generate a pool of qualified Master’s and Doctoral degree holders who can contribute significantly to the Indian research landscape in the future.

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