AICTE instructs institutes to admit CBSE Private and Patrachar students Provisionally

AICTE Admissions 2021AICTE directed its affiliate institutes that provisional admission be granted to CBSE students still waiting for their results. This directive comes as CBSE Board Exam 2021 results are still to be announced for 2nd Compartmental, Private and Patrachar students. In view of this, the AICTE – All India Council For Technical Education directed all institutes it affiliated to accept students provisionally for various UG courses. In this regard, the council has directed higher education institutions to get an undertaking from provisionally admitted students that they will submit their marksheet within one week of the announcement of results.

Official Notice Published

AICTE issued an official notice to confirm the changes in its directives to affiliated institutes to accept students provisionally. “It is directed to those students who are seeking admission in higher education in different courses whose results have not been declared by CBSE (including Private and Patrachar) shall be allowed admission on provisional basis at their Institutes/ Universities.” Rajive Kumar, AICTE member secretary, clarified that this provision only applies to admissions made on the basis of student performance in national-level entrance exams like JEE or state admission tests.

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Ms. Kumar spoke out about the relief that AICTE granted to students who were still waiting for their results. He also said that it is not the first such decision by the council. He reminded reporters of the similar decision made last year and noted that similar relief was given in 2020 for MBA admissions, as well as for many universities that were unable or unwilling to declare their results in time to allow them to apply for admission. Although the decision was not ideal, he said that it was necessary considering the academic loss suffered by students. He also reiterated that students will still need to meet course-specific eligibility requirements, even though they will be granted provisional admission. Provisional admission will be canceled automatically for any student who fails to pass the minimum 12 subjects.