Fake business schools are mushrooming in Delhi

Fake business schools are mushrooming in Delhi and it has been revealed by a report of AICTE. As per the latest report of AICTE, many fake institutes came under the banners in the Capital Delhi itself. https://www.shiksha.com/fake-business-schools-flourishing-in-delhi-aicte-article-3922-1 As AICT... View More

0 535 Views | Posted 2011-09-29 10:58:34
Started by Manmeet Kaur

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    Gautam Joshi | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-06 09:44:39
    I think creating AWARENESS can lead to reduction of these fake institutes. People should be aware of the difference of the fake and authentic institutes. The government should not let the BLACK LISTED institutes mentioned only on the websites. But the list shoul;d be distributed to the candidates, students, parents by the way of LIBRARIES, NEWSPAPERS, JOURNALS etc. What do you all say experts?
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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-04 16:01:15
    Arvind Joshi245 - Well said!
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-30 18:23:08
    I would not say that it is just the student who needs to know about everything from the institute's accreditation to its market value. What is more important to find that loop hole because of which these institutes come into existence and are able to carry with this business of ruining the youth in such a way.
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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-30 01:03:54
    very valid point raised by community members . I feel @Nikhlesh ji has very rightly pointed that the ball lies in the student's court they should be aware of their rights and don't plunge into any institute without knowing the ground realities of the institute. Student should also be active enough that if they come to know that the institute they are studying in is fake they should take a step to stop musrooming of such institutes by reporting it to the right authorities.
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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-30 01:01:00
    very valid point raised by community members . I feel @Nikhlesh ji has very rightly pointed that the ball lies in the student's court they should be aware of their rights and don't plunge into any institute without knowing the ground realities of the institute. Student should also be active enough that if they come to know that the institute they are studying in is fake they should take a step to stop musrooming of such institutes by reporting it to the right authorities.
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-09-29 16:40:25
    Focusing on the good topic floated by Ms Manmeet Kaur and the questions she asked that how one can check the credibility of the institute and if found fraud what legal measures or which regulatory body to approach, it would say that the ball lies in the student's court. It is the consumer who has to ensure that he/she selects the right gem out of the sea of the the institutes available. This is ofcourse easier said than done but still to begin with approval by the governing body has to be cross-checked by the student by ways more than one. Now comes the question of availability of institutes (or rather the shortage of approved institutes w.r.... view more
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    Ruchi Shrimali | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-09-29 16:04:20
    What to say about accreditation and approvals. Mr. Jena accepted that India is in dire need of good and trained teachers at higher education level. Check out:https://www.shiksha.com/trained-and-competent-teachers-are-needed-at-higher-education-level-jena-article-3938-1I think it has become a vicious circle. Third grade students take up teaching and are not even bothered about the future of their wards. Going to schools and colleges to teach is their job, not something they take pride in. And because the students are not taught well, those who become teachers out of them are good enough.After reading the article, I realized that even institute... view more
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    EXCEL | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-29 13:13:18
    Basics : All universities in India must be recognized by UGC. Only Universities can offer degrees to students. (Colleges can not print and offer degrees to students). All colleges in India must be under some university and / or should offer courses through some university only. If these basics are followed then Univeresity and College can't be called fake. In addition to these basics, college can be endorsed / accredited / approved by other bodies of Govt like AICTE etc which may or may not be compulssorily required, depending on the course, its type, nature and duration. Like BA degree does not require AICTE endorsement but BE may require (b... view more
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    Arvind Joshi | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-29 12:53:37
    As rightly observed by Smriti,IIPM is one such example.Unrecognised by AICTE,yet with strong industry contacts, followed by strong placement efforts and visible results.In other words, it is following the "right path with the wrong means". In such cases, many bright and promising but innocent students suffer directly. AICTE may issue strong directives to such institutions to put boldy the words"UNDER PROCESS OF RECOGNITION" underneath the name of the institution-everywhere--in advertisements, in degrees--everywhere.If possible, a separate colour coutline may be given around the degree --an indicatin that it is just a matter of time till this... view more
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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-29 12:44:09
    Rex_B rightly put Rex. However, these days there is herd mentality trend going on as students are just following their friends and not realizing that recognition plays a major role.
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    Bhupesh | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-29 12:12:57
    Normally what happens is They open an institute before the approval and Students take admission , And the Business starts then they hardly bother about any affiliation . Few of the Institute might be doing so to keep themselves free from the regulations of AICTE and keep their standard as per Industry requirement . Its the students who should Inquire here .
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    Aneeket Barua Manager (Product Operation)- Infoedge India Ltd. | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-29 11:58:26
    Request experts like Nikhlesh Mathur Gomtis Corner Arvind Joshi245 Excel Govind_S Gautam Joshi @gopal sharma. Vikas Naidu Neelu Kapoor Prof Garain PhD Priya Pooja Kohli Prashant Chauhan PC Parveen Kumar Poriya Neeraj Gupta735 girishseshmani to share their opinions.
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    Aneeket Barua Manager (Product Operation)- Infoedge India Ltd. | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-29 11:55:20
    Well this was somewhere expected! With such a huge population and competition among students to enter the top B-Schools somewhat led to this situation. I think it is time for the government to take the situation in its hands. The only option that seems justified as of now is to give accredition to the deserving institutes and ban the remaining institutes. Though I think this might have certain loopholes but then it would give students recognized institutes to pursue their studies and also save them from the trap of fake institutes.
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    Ruchi Shrimali | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-09-29 11:35:17
    IIPM seems to be the biggest example here. Not approved by AICTE, it has strong industry contacts and is known for offering good placements to students. But I do think that even if such institutes are performing well, AICTE might allow them little flexibility on its part and ask institutes to adhere to its core regulations and give them approvals. It is very necessary to monitor quality of education so that students are not duped by fake institutes anymore.

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