AICTE introduced technical book writing and translation in 12 Indian languages


An initiative has been taken by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) for technical education. The council has introduced “AICTE Technical Book Writing and Translation” in 12 Indian languages. The purpose of this initiative is to improve PRE, learning outcomes, innovation and research capacity building.

Minister of State for Education Dr. Subhas Sarkar shared the above information in a written response to the Lok Sabha on August 1.

According to the PIB report, the Indian Council for Technical Education (AICTE) will conduct an induction program to help students from regional linguistic backgrounds. The objective of this program is to impart communication skills and familiarize students with the culture of the institution. This year, a total of 8 engineering disciplines are offered in regional languages.

Additionally, the board has been working on its internship policy to improve the employability of students across the country. The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has designed these courses for students who are pursuing UG/Diploma studies, can choose these courses and improve their skills and get suitable employment.

The All India Council for Technical Education has given its endorsement to the institutes which will organize the skill development courses, student development activities such as research park, start-up center, innovation club, entrepreneurship, the cell of the industrial institute, etc.

The aim of AICTE is to improve the employability of students by offering the above programs. Let’s take a look at the programs AICTE offers for the year 2022-23.

Diploma/Diploma Program in Entrepreneurship under the National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF)
National Employability Strengthening Mission (NEEM)
Employability Enhancement Training Program (EETP)
Opening of ITIs in reserve of AICTE approved institutes
The Urban Learning Internship Program (TULIP)

The above courses were introduced by AICTE as part of the National Education Policy 2020.


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