All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) is very soon going to introduce the induction crash programmes for the students of engineering from the year 2018. Once the AICTE approves the induction crash course, all the engineering students across India will have to take up this programme from 2018. The induction programme is mandatory for all the engineering students and will be a part of the undergraduate course.
AICTE to start induction crash programme in 2018
The AICTE enabled induction crash programme will include games, skills, yoga, and English. The AICTE’s induction crash programme will be a three weeks schedule where the students will have to pick any game/ sport/ yoga that she/ he will have to do every day. Not just the physical activity, but the induction programme will also include English classes for the students to improve their skills. The induction crash programme is designed for the holistic development of students so that apart from core academics they can do something to unwind their day-long weariness via sports and other activities.
All the engineering students at the AICTE affiliated colleges will have the mentors to guide them and nurture them throughout their course for 4 years. Every engineering college across India will have to follow the AICTE introduced induction crash course. The HRD ministry also confirmed that during the period of any of these induction programmes, no engineering college will hold a class.
More about AICTE’s mandatory induction programme for engineering students
The engineering colleges and technical institutes across India have agreed with the initiative. The deans and directors of AICTE affiliated engineering colleges are delighted that introducing of induction crash programme for the students and making it mandatory to all will help in lowering the stress level amongst students. Rigorous studies and training at the engineering colleges put peer pressure on the students throughout the academic years in the college. The activities involved in the induction crash programmes will create a room for the healthy environment for the engineering students.
AICTE will implement the mandatory induction crash programme the academic year that will kick off in 2018. AICTE will train teachers to run this programme successfully in their respective engineering colleges while urge institutes to closely work with the students undergoing any of these programmes.