Students of Maharashtra are to get two more new Engineering colleges. Yes! The Government of Madhya Pradesh has decided to start two engineering colleges in the tribal areas of Jhubua and Shahdol as affiliated institutions of Rajiv Gandhi Technological University.
AICTE Board is yet to announce their approval. Once the government of MP gets a nod from AICTE Board the colleges shall start its routine task like entrance exam, admissions, classes and more that students need for their best education.
Four faculties with maximum of 60 admissions each will be conducted in each college. Thus, about 240 students will be benefited every year. The cabinet has decided to allot free land measuring 12.71 acres in Shahdol and eight hectare in Jhubua for these colleges.
However, exemption from stamp duty and registration fee will also be provided for the colleges as well. These colleges shall work under the Rajiv Gandhi Technological University.
About Rajiv Gandhi Technological University: Established in the year 1998 over a sprawling Campus of about 247 acres, the Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya is marching towards development into a center of excellence in the arena of Technical Education, Research and Innovations.
Under its umbrella there are 05 UTD's , 217 affiliated Engineering Colleges, 95 Pharmacy Colleges, 88 MCA Colleges and 04 Architecture Colleges imparting Graduate level instructions running around 17 under graduate level courses, 85 Polytechnic institutions offering diploma courses in emerging and conventional disciplines. Situated amidst an aesthetic and hilly surrounding, the University is now offering Ph Ds and 11 post.