Digital Desk, New Delhi. Indian citizens and Overseas Indian citizens must obtain NOC from the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) before enrolling in engineering and technology courses in Pakistan.
AICTE says that a degree obtained after studying in unrecognized institutions is not equivalent to a degree in Indian institutions. Even after spending huge amount of fees to get degree from such unrecognized institutions, such students face problem in getting job opportunities in India. This issue has been taken into consideration. In order to save the parents of such students from financial burden on them, a warning is being issued by them to ensure that the students carefully check the validity of such degree before obtaining it.
AICTE has stated that any Indian citizen and overseas citizen of India who wishes to enter higher education for engineering and technology program in Pakistan, is required to obtain a No Objection Certificate from AICTE. To get permission for this, students will have to apply in the prescribed format available on the website of ICTC. The Member Secretary of the Council of Technical Education has issued an official notice on this subject. The information released states that it is necessary to obtain this NOC before admission to engineering and technology courses of Pakistani institutions.
AICTE has issued a notice stating that Indian citizens or Overseas Citizens of India, who wish to seek admission in higher education for engineering and technology programs in Pakistan, may enter these institutions only after obtaining a No Objection Certificate from AICTE. Take admission. To obtain NOC, students have to apply as per the prescribed format provided on the official website of AICTE.
The All India Council for Technical Education has said that many students turn to foreign institutions for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in technical subjects. Many times students take admission in such institutions whose degree is not recognized. It is worth noting that on the basis of degrees obtained from unrecognized institutions, employment opportunities not only in India but also abroad decrease, in view of this, these guidelines have been issued.