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Sunday, 18 July 2021

B.Tech will be studied in 11 regional languages ​​including Hindi in the new academic session, AICTE has approved 14 engineering colleges in 8 states.

 B.Tech will be studied in 11 regional languages ​​including Hindi in the new academic session, AICTE has approved 14 engineering colleges in 8 states.

B.Tech will be studied in 11 regional languages ​​including Hindi in the new academic session, AICTE has approved 14 engineering colleges in 8 states.


    Currently this language is available for 6 branches like Electronics, Computer Science

    These languages ​​include Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, Malayalam, Bengali, Assamese, Punjabi and Oriya


According to Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) approves B.Tech syllabus in 11 curricular languages. Under this, studies in Regional Language will be conducted in 14 engineering colleges in 8 states. These languages ​​include Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, Malayalam, Bengali, Assamese, Punjabi and Oriya.


6 will be studied in selected courses

After AICTE's work, courses in Hindi will now be offered in four institutes in Uttar Pradesh, two in Rajasthan, 11 in Madhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand. B.Tech in Telugu, Marathi, Bengali and Tamil can be done in colleges in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu. Currently this language is available for 6 branches like Electronics, Computer Science.


AICTE has approved B.Tech courses in 11 regional languages, the Union Education Minister said in a post on social media. The National Education Policy emphasizes this important decision to empower students who know different languages.

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The Ministry of Education made the announcement last year

Last year, the Ministry of Education announced that technical education in the country, especially engineering, could be studied in the regional language. This will be implemented from the academic session 2021-22. The ministry hoped that the country's top engineering institutes like IITs-NITs would be the first to offer engineering courses in regional languages.

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