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13th August 2015, 02:21 PM
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Is it recommended to study B.Tech in a deemed university since deemed universities are being disputed these days?


I am planning to join deemed university for BTECH CIVIL ENGINEERING but i am confudsed because will it be a problem for because there is a dispute by cent govt and ugc and colleges regarding the deemed university status for around 44 universities
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13th August 2015, 08:12 PM
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Default Re: Is it recommended to study B.Tech in a deemed university since deemed universities are being disputed these days?

Obviously ! it is better do btech in deemed university .
* Advantages :-
-> Certificate has good demand in abroad
-> Infrastructure and facilities will be good .
-> Faculty also good .
-> But only thing the certificate is not valuable in India . it has less preference here .
-> Placements percentage is good in deemed universities .
-> Must select the deemed university which is recognized by UGC .
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13th August 2015, 09:08 PM
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Default Re: Is it recommended to study B.Tech in a deemed university since deemed universities are being disputed these days?

Yes, you have heard the right news regarding the deemed universities having dispute and approval from the University Grants Commission. So it would be better for you to pursue your bachelor of technology from any state university or central university.

In future you may face some problem regarding the validity of degree in government job entrance examinations. There are so many engineering colleges in India which are approved by the All India council for the Technical Education in which seats remain vacant , so why not to take admission in such colleges instead of taking admission in deemed university.

There are so many colleges in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and in South India where you can take admission.
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29th June 2017, 09:58 PM
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Can I pursue my b.tec. mech. From prest university. Is this university aicte approved.
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12th October 2019, 11:48 AM
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Is a deemed recognise school has the same meaning as deemed university or otherwise
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