Free Engineering & Tech courses for 7000 students
The Income limit for Economically poor students in Engineering colleges have been increased for 5% reserved seats.

Students whose parents income would be Six Lakhs per year would be given free education in Engineering and other technical courses.

All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has invoked this rule for academic session 2015-16. Only those students were eligible to pursue their courses whose parents income were 4.5 Lakhs per Year.

According to this new rule more than 300  Engineering colleges affiliated to Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU) would offer 7000 seats for free education.

Although five per cent seats of Engineering, Architecture, Pharmacy, Hotel Management and Fashion Designing courses affiliated to AICTE is reserved for Economically poor students.

The new act formed for Technical Education for 2014-15 was shifted from AICTE to University Grants Commission (UGC). UGC had raised the income limit from 4.5 Lakh to 6 Lakhs.

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Eligibility for New Session :
The eligible and willing students will be able to fill the application in Engineering Degree, Diploma, MBA- PGDM and other Technical Institutions till February 20. The eligibility process will be valid till April 10, 2015.