Consultants

Posted on 12-Dec-2016 by : All India Council for Technical Education - AICTE
Haryana
4-5 Lakhs
Walk-in

Job Summary

2 Openings
Consulting
Government/ PSU/NGO
Post Graduation

Job Description

All India Council for Technical Education has issued a notification for the recruitment of 02 Consultants Vacancies.

Educational qualification for AICTE Recruitment 2016 - 2017 must be a Chartered Accountant/Company Secretary/Cost Accountant with an MBA/PhD from a premium management Institute and age limit as per government norms.

Educational Qualification:

 1) Preferably a Chartered Accountant/Company Secretary/Cost Accountant with an MBA/PhD from a premium management Institute.

2) An Engineer from a Technical Institute, Master's degree in any discipline will be an added advantage.

Pay Scale: Rs.35000-40000/- Per Month

Imp Dates:

S.no Start Date End Date
1 Available 23-12-2016

Imp Venues:

AICTE HQs,

Nelson Mandela Marg,

Vasant Kunj,

New Delhi – 110067.

 

How to Apply: Walk in

 


Roles & Responsibilities

    Consultants aim to improve an organisation's position or profile by helping to solve problems, manage change and improve efficiency.


Company Profile

The AICTE was constituted in 1945 as an advisory body in all matters relating to technical education.  Even though it had no statutory powers, it played a very important role in the development of technical education in the country.  It had four regional committees with offices at Chennai, Mumbai, Kanpur and Calcutta. All the new schemes and proposals for starting new institutions/Programmes were approved by the corresponding Regional Committee and subsequently vetted by the Council. There was  large-scale expansion of technical education in the late fifties and early sixties and again in the eighties.  While the expansion in the fifties was done with the approval of the AICTE and the Government of India, the expansion in the eighties was localised mostly in the four states of Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh and was primarily in the self-financing sector without the approval of the AICTE and Government of India.It was in this period that the National Policy on Education-1986 made a specific mention of the need to make AICTE a statutory body and stated 

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