For any engineering aspirants in the country, JEE isn't the only exam to which he/she looks forward. There is a separate exam for each and every University across the country which adds to the pressure on the candidates. Now, a Government-backed committee has prescribed a solitary test for admissions to every single building establishment under AICTE and a typical examination for all business colleges.
Essentially, it has recommended that seats which fall empty after the fulfillment of guiding sessions "should not be dealt with as a part of the management quota", but rather be utilized to oblige students on the holding up rundown.
The board has suggested setting up of a National Testing Service for behavior of the exam and recommended that it be an autonomous body looking for the backing of CBSE or outsourcing the work to different organizations.
At present more than 11,000 organizations, both building and administration, go under the domain of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
"There should be a solitary National Testing Service which might direct a Joint Entrance Examination for designing courses and a Common Admission Test for administration courses, the outcomes whereof should be utilized by all establishments, whether keep running by colleges, considered colleges, state government-run colleges, private colleges and so on.
"The seats which fall empty after the fruition of guiding sessions might not be dealt with as an administration standard, but rather should be utilized to suit students on the holding up arrangements of these examinations," the report of the AICTE survey board of trustees said.
The proposals have been posted on the site mygov.in to look for the perspectives of partners.
"Today an student takes a plenty of passageway tests for section to an establishment under AICTE - and these are well beyond the board exam. Case in point, JEE Main for building, CMAT for administration, and so on. In addition, most states have some type of a passageway test. Also, a few considered colleges and private colleges have their own particular tests and criteria for affirmation.
"Along these lines, it is recommended that a national testing office be set up under AICTE. It will try to have a solitary national passageway test for all organizations under it," the report said.
In its report, the panel has likewise recommended that AICTE ought to be changed into a "peak established power" and underscored on getting rid of the alliance framework inside of 10 years.
"It ought to be changed over into a peak established power to advance methodical, incorporated and composed improvement of specialized instruction ... specialized training ought to be a crucial right," the report said.
The proposals come two years after the HRD ministry, which was earlier headed by Kapil Sibal had proposed to have a comparable national testing office to lead different sorts of national level placement tests. A team was additionally constituted to take the proposition forward, however little was found out about the it from that point forward.
Perceiving the requirement for rebuilding and fortifying the AICTE to address the difficulties, the Human Resource Development Ministry had set up an audit advisory group drove by previous instruction secretary MK Kaw in November 2014.