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Rai Foundation gets AICTE Approval

New Delhi, Delhi, India

Rai Foundation is pleased to inform that All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) has awarded one-time approval to its Faridabad (Meadows) campus for all the courses of erstwhile-Rai University. It's a big sigh of relief for 978 students pursuing various engineering programs at the campus. The approval has come as a solution to the problem of derecognition of technical courses due to February 11, 2005 directions of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India to nullify all universities set up under the Chhatisgarh Niji Kshetra Vishwidyalaya Adhiniyum 2002.

The approval has come in recognition to the continuous efforts made by Rai Foundation to safeguard the interest of the students. Regional Director Rai Foundation Major General Subrata Ghosh, VSM (Retd.) said, "The approval shows great empathy of the central controlling bodies towards education. The students, parents, faculty members and management of Rai Foundation are extremely grateful to AICTE and Maharishi Dayanand University for their caring attitude." He further added that we thank the parents and the students for their fortitude, self-belief and faith in Rai Foundation. Upbeat over the approval, Maj. Gen. Ghosh reiterated Rai Foundation's commitment towards education and superior academic delivery.

Based on the recommendation of the expert committee of AICTE; the approval is for Bachelor and Master Degree programs in Biotechnology, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Electronics and Communication for the period 2002-2009.

Rahul Bajpai, Rai Foundation, 9313556481, 9910475123 rahul.bajpai@raifoundation.org

Source: Rai Foundation (Business Wire India)

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