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27th March 2017, 01:03 PM
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What is the procedure followed to do diploma in electrical through correspondence?


Sir/Mam, I have completed ITI in electrical there after I want to do diploma in electrical through correspondence. Tell me can I do diploma through AMIE? It will be helpful if you can guide me with the details on the same. Awaiting for the quick response.





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29th March 2017, 12:08 PM
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Sir/Mam, I have completed ITI in electrical there after I want to do diploma in electrical through correspondence. Tell me can I do diploma through AMIE? It will be helpful if you can guide me with the details on the same. Awaiting for the quick response.

The Diploma in Electrical Engineering course is offered in various polytechnic colleges in regular and part time mode. One cannot study the Diploma in Electrical Engineering through correspondence mode. If you find any institutions offering the course in correspondence mode then you have to check whether the course is approved by AICTE. Candidates who have passed 10th or SSLC examinations are eligible to study the Diploma in Electrical Engineering. The courses offered in part time at Murugappa Polytechnic College, Chennai are approved by AICTE. The course duration will be four years part time. You can find the details in the Murugappa Polytechnic College website link given here Click Here
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29th March 2017, 08:32 PM
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Default Re: What is the procedure followed to do diploma in electrical through correspondence?

Distance mode diploma is not approved by AICTE. There are many universities which offer distance mode diploma courses which is approved only by UGC.

Hence, if you want to get a diploma qualification which is not approved by AICTE, then you are definitely eligible for it.
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29th March 2017, 08:43 PM
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Default Re: What is the procedure followed to do diploma in electrical through correspondence?

No, according to the guidelines of AICTE, a graduation course which contains at least 40% of its part as practical, cannot be done through the distance learning.

Engineering a degree whose all the stream contain a vital part as practicals.

So, you cannot pursue Engineering through this mode.

If any university claims this, then do not trust them. You will just waste your money and time and all will go in vain.
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