Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Saturday, May 25, 2024

AICTE Launches Career Portal To Help Students Get Jobs In Flipkart, Paytm


AICTE Launches Career Portal To Help Students Get Jobs In Flipkart, Paytm

If you are an engineering student, then there is good news for you. Students studying in engineering colleges will not have to go to another city for a job. Rather, now they will get a job with a good company in their hometown. According to reports, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has launched a career portal. Through this portal, students will be able to apply for a job according to their skills. AICTE has also signed an agreement with a private agency for the portal. The principal of MIT College, Prof Mithilesh Kumar Jha, recently said in a media interaction that this portal will make it easier for students to get employment. Through the career portal, students will get jobs from Flipkart to Paytm. Apart from this, companies like Zomato, Tech Mahindra, and Jio have also been linked to this portal. Students will be able to apply for jobs at these companies. Wherever these companies have branches, engineering students will be able to get jobs there.

Students can also do internships at these companies. AICTE says that engineering students will not have to wander much for employment. According to the information, students will also be taught to make their resumes on the career portal. For this, a link has been given on the portal. By clicking on this link, information will be given about what kind of resume is needed to be made. Students will also get to know what kind of resume is needed for which field on this link.

According to reports, the portal aims to help over 3 million students access employment and internship opportunities. The career portal will work like a career GPS, offering global opportunities to students. Creating strong resumes to stand out in the professional world is a key gap for most students. An AI-assisted resume builder has been developed to create professional resumes from limited inputs. Students can choose a format, highlight achievements, and receive feedback from a resume analyzer. Additionally, cover letters can be generated for specific applications.

Click Here: https://www.news18.com/education-career/aicte-launches-career-portal-to-help-students-get-jobs-in-flipkart-paytm-8901788.html

AICTE launches full-time Masters & PhD programmes for diploma faculty


AICTE launches full-time Masters & PhD programmes for diploma faculty

Interested candidates can apply for the programmes at the official website -- aicte-india.org.

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has launched full-time ME, MTech, and PhD programmes, under the Quality Improvement Program (QIP). Interested candidates can apply for the programmes at the official website — aicte-india.org.

Admission process

AICTE is currently inviting applications under “AICTE-QIP-PG Certificate Programme” from the faculty members of AICTE approved institutions. Based on the applications received, AICTE will be allotting the applicants to the respective host institution for the selection process.

Further, the PG Certification Programme could be commenced by the concerned host institution, if and only if a minimum of 30 candidates are admitted into a course

.Click Here: https://indianexpress.com/article/education/aicte-launches-full-time-masters-and-phd-programmes-for-diploma-faculty-9346343/

Tuesday, May 14, 2024

GPAT 2024 Application Form Correction Window Opens Tomorrow s


GPAT 2024 Application Form Correction Window Opens Tomorrow @ natboard.edu.in; Steps to Edit Forms

NBEMS will open GPAT 2024 application correction window tomorrow i.e. May 11, 2024, at natboard.edu.in. Students who have made any mistakes in the application form can check GPAT 2024 application form correction process here. 

The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) will begin the GPAT 2024 application correction process tomorrow i.e. May 11, 2024. Students will be able to make modifications/ changes in the application form with the help of the GPAT application form correction link 2024 i.e. natboard.edu.in. 

The GPAT edit window 2024 is open till May 14, 2024. After this, the GPAT 2024 pre-final edit window will be opened between May 21 to 23, 2024 while the final edit window will be opened between May 28 to 30, 2024. However, students are suggested not to wait for GPAT application form correction last date and to make the necessary changes in their GPAT application form, if required. 

GPAT 2024 Application Correction Dates 

Students can check the important dates of GPAT edit window from the table below:



GPAT Edit window opening date


GPAT 2024 application correction last date


Pre-Final edit window for GPAT 2024

21-05-2024 to 23-05-2024

Final edit window for GPAT 2024

28-05-2024 to 30-05-2024

How to Edit GPAT 2024 Application Form?

Students can check the below details to understand GPAT form correction process 2024:

  • Visit the official website - natboard.edu.in
  • Click on the login window and enter the application number, password and security pin
  • Make changes in the details that need to be corrected. 
  • Verify the details and submit the correct particulars to get an updated GPAT 2024 application form. 

National technology Day

 Dive into the world of technology with AIKTC - KRRC as we celebrate "National technology Day 2024"!
๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ“– Join us for an exciting eQuiz from April 11th May to  16th May and test your knowledge on latest technologies.
Note: All questions are compulsory. Participants scoring 70% and above will receive Certificates of Appreciation directly to their registered email IDs.  Don't miss out on this opportunity ! ๐ŸŽ‰

๐Ÿ”— *Quiz Link: *https://forms.gle/L2RksfKmuXp3pTdT7

QUESTIONS? Email: librarian@aiktc.ac.in

Wish You All the Best

Mrs. Shaheen Momin


Thursday, May 09, 2024

5 high-return upskilling courses for engineers who aspire to rise up the ladder fast


5 high-return upskilling courses for engineers who aspire to rise up the ladder fast

Are you a talented engineer yearning to break free from the daily grind and make a real impact? Do you dream of leading projects, taking on strategic roles, and commanding a higher salary? If so, then upskilling is the key to unlocking your full potential. In today's dynamic job market, simply having a strong foundation in engineering principles isn't enough. By strategically acquiring new skills, you can transform yourself into a highly sought-after professional and accelerate your journey towards becoming an industry leader. This article explores a range of high-impact upskilling courses designed specifically for ambitious engineers. We'll guide you through in-demand technical skills like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cloud computing, as well as essential soft skills like effective communication and project management, empowering you to confidently navigate the path to career success.
The engineering landscape is constantly evolving. To stay ahead of the curve and climb the career ladder quickly, upskilling is no longer optional – it's essential. Whether you're a seasoned professional or a recent graduate, investing in the right skillset can unlock a world of new possibilities. We explore some of the most high-return upskilling courses that can empower working engineers to take their careers to the next level.

AICTE releases the academic calendar for 2024-25, sets last date for enrolment in engineering colleges


AICTE releases the academic calendar for 2024-25, sets last date for enrolment in engineering colleges

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has released the academic calendar for 2024-25. The calendar has provided the last date to enrol first year students in engineering colleges.
According to the academic calendar, the last date to enrol in engineering colleges is Sept 15. The Council further stated that the last date to commence classes for first year students is Sept 15. Moreover, the last date for grant of affiliation by the university is July 31.
While AICTE has released the academic calendar, it is a tentative one, as they may extend the deadline for enrolling students, a media report claimed.
As per the academic calendar, last date for granting approval to technical institutions is June 30, 2024; while the last date for cancellation of seats for technical courses with full fee refund is September 11, 2024. Additionally, the last date for lateral entry admission to second year courses for newly admitted students is also September 15, 2024.

Tuesday, May 07, 2024

2024 Summer Reading Challenge

Dear AIKTC’ians,

Summer is always Good for Reading, Let’s enjoy it to the fullest with "2024 Summer Reading Challenge: Challenge yourself to read more this Summer” to commemorate the "National Reading Day (19th June)" in India to honour Puthuvayil Narayana Panicker, popularly known as PN Panicker with AIKTC-Central Library.

Target: Reading is a very important part of learning at AIKTC, and AIKTC’ians are encouraged to read at every opportunity.  To help them get a head start incoming academic year AIKTC’inas are challenged to "Read at least FIVE books" over the summer holidays and SHARE the book reviews/summaries.  We understand that everyone reads at different levels and that not everyone likes to read the same type of book, so pupils are free to include their own choices.

Period: 10th May – 30th June, 2024

1st Three Winners will get the Prize and Appreciation Certificate.  Others will get the Certificate of Participation.

Fill One Form for One Book: https://forms.gle/eoqWEu6c7Ad4Tj5e8

QUERIES: Email: librarian@aiktc.ac.in | 9819060407 (Only WhatsApp) 

Good luck, have a great summer and happy reading!

Mrs. Shaheen Momin


Dr. Ramjan A. Khatik

I/c Director, AIKTC

Mr. Burhan Harris

Hon. Exe. Chairman, BINM, AI

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Saturday, May 04, 2024

WHO, THSTI launch e-learning course on rational use of medicines for pharmacists


WHO, THSTI launch e-learning course on rational use of medicines for pharmacists

This course comprises various modules such as the basic concept of rational use of Medicines, pharmacy practice regulation and drug regulatory system in India

World Health Organisation (WHO) India Country Office along with the Translational Health Science & Technology Institute (THSTI), Government of India in collaboration with the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) have co-developed and launched an e-learning course on the Rational use of medicines for pharmacists.

Appropriate use of medicines is a key factor in achieving Universal health coverage WHO defines rational use of Medicines (RUM) as “patients receiving medications appropriate to their clinical needs, in doses that meet their requirements, for an adequate time, and at the lowest cost to them and their community”.

Dr Rajeev Singh Raghuvanshi, Drugs Controller General (India), Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation Govt of India highlighted during his Inaugural Address “I firmly advocate that the rational use of medicines is pivotal in preventing avoidable adverse drug effects, optimising therapeutic outcomes by fostering patient adherence, and minimising the overall expenditure on drug therapy.

The Govt of India through the National Health Policy (2017) emphasises the importance of rational use of medicines including pharmacovigilance in healthcare settings.

Congratulating THSTI, PCI, and WHO India Office, for the launch of the e-learning course on rational use of Medicines, Dr Roderico H Ofrin, WHO Representative to India said, “I am certain this course will enhance the knowledge of pharmacists in the promotion of rational use of medicines across healthcare delivery system in the nation and ultimately contribute to providing quality health care to patients.”

WHO recommends strategies to promote rational use of medicines which includes drug use policies, clinical guidelines and evidence-based clinical practice, essential medicines list, public education about medicines, and appropriate and enforced regulation.

“This online course has several unique features like inbuilt mechanism for an exit assessment and certification and dynamic discussion forum for continued interaction between the experts & participants,” said Dr Hilde, Team Leader, Health systems, WHO India Country office.

In his Keynote Address, Dr G Karthikeyan, Executive Director, BRICS-Translational Health Science and Technology Institute, Department of Biotechnology, Government of India emphasised that “This course aims to deepen understanding and promote compliance with rational medication practices within the healthcare system. By ensuring patients receive appropriate medications in optimal doses and duration at minimal cost, pharmacists play a pivotal role in enhancing healthcare quality.”

Acknowledging the importance of rational use of medicines Dr Montu Patel, President, Pharmacy Council of India stated, “Pharmacy Council of India will extend all support to THSTI and WHO for improving the rational use of medicines to develop education and policy interventions for safe and rational use of medicines.”

This course comprises various modules such as the basic concept of rational use of Medicines, pharmacy practice regulation and drug regulatory system in India. It is steered by distinguished course advisory group members and faculty members from different parts of country having expertise in the field of medicine, pharmacology, public health and drug regulation among others, said Dr Madhur Gupta, Technical Officer, WHO India Country Office, in her opening remarks.

The launch ceremony was attended by course advisory group members including the Chair Dr Gagandeep Kang, Director-Enterics, Diagnostics, Genomics & Epidemiology, Global Health, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF); Dr Deependra Singh, Chairman – Education Regulation Committee, Pharmacy Council of India; Dr Sucheta Banerjee Kurundkar, Principal Scientist II, Translational Health Science and Technology Institute; Dr Dhananjay K Sable, Deputy Drugs Controller (India) CDSCO, MoHFW; and Eminent Subject Experts from all over the country.

Thursday, May 02, 2024

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