Evening classes will be run for employed people in engineering colleges of 112 aspirational districts of the country. 13 districts including Muzaffarpur in Bihar have been included in this. These 13 districts include Muzaffarpur, Sitamarhi, Araria, Purnia, Katihar, Begusarai, Khagaria, Banka, Sheikhpura, Aurangabad, Gaya, Nawada and Jamui. Evening classes will be run for people working in MIT in Muzaffarpur. All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) has started this scheme in collaboration with NITI Aayog. Evening classes will be started in engineering colleges of aspirational districts from the academic session 2024-25. Principal of MIT Prof. Mithilesh Kumar Jha said that this decision of AICTE will greatly benefit the employed people. AICTE’s instructions will be followed in MIT also.
Employed people will get degree from regular course
According to AICTE, by running evening classes in engineering colleges, working people will get degrees from regular courses. Till now, degrees were obtained through part-time courses, due to which they were not able to benefit in their career. By getting a regular course degree, employed people will be able to benefit a lot in their career. According to the new instructions of AICTE, working people can enroll in evening classes even in engineering colleges without NBA affiliation.
Will be able to do courses from B.Tech to M.Tech
Under the new guidelines of AISTE, employed people will be able to do B.Tech to M.Tech courses from engineering colleges. Apart from this, he will also be able to do engineering diploma and management courses. In all these courses, they will have to attend classes in the evening only after finishing their work. AICTE says that this new program will increase the attraction of employed people towards engineering studies.
Inclination towards studies will increase
– Scheme for engineering colleges in 112 aspirational districts of the country
– Engineering colleges of 13 districts of Bihar including Muzaffarpur included.
– Attraction of employed people towards engineering studies will increase