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ACP (Assured Career Progression) clarification will be expected in next week



ACP (Assured Career Progression) clarification will be expected in next week

“FAST TRACK COMMITTEE” meeting was held on 19-Feb-2009 at New Delhi. The following points were finalized as per the information received.

1. Assured Career Promotion (III – ACP) order will be announced next week.

2. Grade Pay of Rs. 4200 for Pharmacist will be discussed in the next meeting.

3. Grade Pay of Rs. 4200 will be given to Master Crafts Man (MCM), agreed by the Finance Ministry.

Government Of India Notification About IME India Recognition

Mechanical Engineers (India), Mumbai Course, equivalent to Degree in Mechanical Engineering

Government of India
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Department of Higher Education

New Delhi, the 24th November, 2006

NOTIFICATION

No.F.23 – 2 / 2001 – TS.III. The Institute of Mechanical Engineers (India), Mumbai has been running Section A & B of Association Membership Course, equivalent to Degree in Mechanical Engineering since 1976, vide this Ministry’s letter No.F.18 – 31 / 71 – T.2 dated 28.05.1976 and part I & II of Technician Polytechnic, since 1988, vide this Ministry’s letter No.F.1 - 5 / 87 / T.7 / T.13 dated 11.07.1988.In the year 2002, while withdrawing the recognition of these courses, Government of India allowed the IME (India), Mumbai to approach this Ministry for recognition of their Diploma / Degree courses only after the removal of all the deficiencies pointed out by AICTE.

Accordingly, the above Institute submitted a request along with the requisite material for review and consideration of this Department. This Department got the material re-examined by AICTE. AICTE, through its Expert Committee re-examined both the courses and submitted its recommendations with revision of syllabus for both the courses. The High Level Committee for recognition of educational qualification considered the matter in its meeting held on 16.10.2006 and on its recommendations, Government of India has decided the following:

(i) The recognition of the courses run by IME, Mumbai may be restored with effect from 16.10.2006. With this recognition IME will run the courses based on new syllabus approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). As per the approval, the Technician Engineers courses part I & II papers at present. In addition to this, there will be nine elective subjects. After completing theory papers, students will have to undergo at least 3 months mandatory apprenticeship / practical training / project report at an All India Council for Technical Education approved polytechnic for part I & II of Technician Engineers Courses for award of Certificate equivalent to Diploma in Mechanical Engineering and the Apprenticeship / Practical training of the same duration in AICTE approved Degree Colleges for award of Certificate equivalent to Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering for Section A & B Associate Membership Courses.

(ii) The students who were registered prior to 10.06.2006 for part I & II of Technician Engineers (Diploma Level) and section A & B of Associate Membership Courses (Degree Level) will be allowed to complete the courses with pre-revised syllabus till the next scheduled examination, to be held in December 2006. Their Degree / Diploma will be recognized for employment in Central Government. Those who do not complete their courses by that time (December 2006), will have to follow the revised syllabus.


s/d
(Ravi Mathur)
Joint Secretary to the Government of India.




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