Is AICTE approval important? Will this effect overseas job in future?
While its approval is important for all relevant programmes, it is necessary for admission to further courses.Updated: May 30, 2006 10:04 IST
I have taken admission to the Management of Business Finance programme at the Indian Institute of Finance (IIF), New Delhi. IIF students’ placement has been 100 per cent, with very good companies coming for recruitment. However, the programme is not approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). Is AICTE approval very important? Will this create any problem if I try for an overseas job in future?
While AICTE approval is important for all relevant programmes, it is necessary for admission to further education courses.
However, if the programme is not AICTE recognised, it will not affect your job prospects if the course is well rated by employers and the institute has a good placement record.
It will also not affect your chances of finding work abroad if, in the meantime, you have picked up good work experience.
First Published: May 26, 2006 12:28 IST