DTE Maharashtra Post SSC Diploma Admission 2018-19

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DTE Maharashtra Post SSC Diploma Admission 2018-19

Directorate of Technical Education published notification for admission to direct second of Diploma in Engineering & Technology after completing SSC. For admission to this course candidates should be 12th science pass or having 10th pass with ITI trade certificate. Interested candidates can use following registration link to register online. Online applications will get start from 25th June 2018 & closing date for online registration is 12th July 2018. For further details about this admission process & online registration link is as follows:-

DTE Maharashtra Post SSC Diploma Admission 2018-19

Require Qualification :

  • Passed 12th Std. Examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subject along
    with one of the Mathematics/Biology (Botany and Zoology)
    OR
  • 12th Science (with Mathematics as one of the Subject)
    OR
  • 12th Science with Technical/Vocational
    OR
  • 10th + (2 years ITI) with appropriate Trade

Important Dates:

  • Online Registration start from : 25th June 2018
  • Closing Date for Registration : 12th July 2018

Application Fees:

DTE Maharashtra Post SSC Diploma Admission 2018-19 fees

Important Links:


DTE Maharashtra Post SSC, HSC, Direct 2nd Year Admission

DTE Maharashtra Post HSC, SSC Direct Second Year Admission 2016 – 2017. Candidates can check their admission status from this page. We have given applicable links to Check the status from this page. The official website given is www.dtemaharashtra.gov.in. All details and DTE Maharashtra is given online.
Technical Education plays a major role in the development of a country.
The State Government is implementing various quality improvement schemes & projects for technical education through DTE. DTE is continuously making a great contribution towards improvement in the field of Technical Education in Maharashtra. The major endeavor of this DTE Newsletter will be to keep the students, parents and the leaders of industry informed about latest trends in the field of technical education and to create awareness about the newly arising needs of the society and market forces. Newsletter will also help in enhancing industry-institute interaction.

Development of Technical Education
The following table gives an idea about development of technical education since 1978; in terms of type of courses, No. of institute and the sanctioned intake.

Sr. No. Type of Courses Year No. of Institutes Sanctioned Intake
1 Post Graduate Degree Course in Engineering & Technology 1978 9 584
1988 11 700
1995 14 750
2000 15 770
2005 41 2789
2010 88 6081
2015 236 19338
2 Degree Course in Engineering & Technology 1978 16 2642
1988 76 14275
1995 94 22740
2000 129 38939
2005 154 46325
2010 309 114268
2015 367 153867
3 Diploma in Engineering & Technology 1978 28 5145
1988 127 23436
1995 160 30000
2000 170 34295
2005 174 68685
2010 387 132632
2015 490 173310

Apart from these the intake as of 2015 in other courses is as below.

Sr.No. Types of the courses No. of Institutes Sanctioned Intake

1.

Degree in Architecture 58 3547

2.

Degree in Pharmacy 161 10770

3.

Degree in Hotel management 10 530

4.

Diploma in Pharmacy 216 13815

5.

Diploma in HMCT 04 240

6.

Post HSC Diploma in Engineering & Technology 02 60

Apart from running full-time degree and diploma courses, the directorate runs part-time degree and diploma courses and correspondence courses. The details are as below 

 

Sr.No. Types of the courses No. of Institutes Sanctioned Intake

1.

Part-time Degree in Engg. 02 480

2.

Part time Diploma in Engg. 03 400

SN

Item

1960-

61

1970-

71

1980-

81

1990-

91

1995-

96

1998-

99

1999-

2000

2000-

2001

2005-

2006

2010-

2011

2014-2015

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

1.

Engineering, Technology, Pharmacy, Architecture, HMCTColleges

7

10

14

83

94

206

226

229

273

510

598

2

Polytechnics (Engg./Tech.)

14

25

28

127

160

154

170

170

183

599

698

Progressive increase in No. of Student Seeking Technical Education in Institutes / Colleges over last 40 years

Sr. No. Institutes Type

Progressive increase in intake

1960-61

1970-71

1980-81

1990-91

1995-96

1998-99

1999-2000

2001-2002

2005-2006

2010-2011

1 Engineering, Technology, Pharmacy, Architecture, HMCT, Colleges

952

1865

1950

17990

22740

29030

42946

45797

51405

126075

2. Polytechnics (Engg./Tech)

1940

4140

5145

23436

30000

33000

34295

35440

43503

145294


2.DIRECTORATE OF INDUSTRY-INSTITUTE CO-ORDINATION (DllC)
Directorate of Industry-institute Co-ordination was established in 1996 MHRD World Bank Project has been started to look after the quality improvement of the faculty, staff as well as the students and the efficiency enhancement of Technical Education system (TES) in total. This is a separate Directorate to manage the externally funded projects for total quality management (TQM) of TES of Maharashtra.
3.STAFF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Staff Development cells are established at six lead centre polytechnics in Maharashtra state. These cells have identified training need & training facilities and design need based training programmes for the teaching faculties and supporting staff. About 475 faculty members have been trained in various areas like educational technology, content updating, computer, MIS, entrepreneurship, educational management etc. with the help of TTTI Bhopal, IIT Bombay and National Institute of Industrial Engg. Bombay.
Sufficient number of teachers arebeing deputed for post graduates and post doctoral programmes, every year. Foreign fellowship programmes are also being arranged for senior administrators and teachers engaged in teaching high-tech courses.
4.INDUSTRY INSTITUTE INTERACTION 
With fast growing needs of the industries for man-power with specialisation in specific areas it became necessary to have proper interaction with the industry. Therefore special 28 Industry Institute Interaction Cells have been established in Institutions. The main function of the cell is to promote interrelationship between industry & institution through training programmes, visiting faculty from industry, industrial visits & practical training etc.
These cells are establishing liaison with industries around for the benefit of students, teachers & support staff. A Memorandum of Understanding (M.O.U.) has been signed between confederation of Indian Industry and Directorate of Technical Education, Bombay for this purpose. Advisory committees are formed in all technical institutes for participation from industries & business houses.
5.BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Diploma Courses in Engineering and Technology were first run by the Institutions like Victoria Jubilee Technical Institution, Mumbai; College of Engineering Pune, Cusrow Wadia Institute of Technology, Pune etc. Initially, the examinations were conducted through the Board of Examiners (BOE) appointed by the committee of Technical and Institutional Training of the old Mumbai, province. After independence with increased stress on industrial development, a separate Directorate of Technical Education was set up by the Government in 1948 to organise and co-ordinate technical education activities at all levels. The Diploma examinations in Engineering and Technology were conducted through the Directorate of Technical Education up to 1963.
With increase in the number of institutions, courses and students admitted to various diploma courses, a need to have a separate body to conduct the examinations of these courses was felt and thus in August 1963, a separate Board of Technical Examinations for the state was established. Now this Board, named as Maharashtra State Board of Technical Examination (MSBTE), has been given an autonomous status, since 1999- 2000.
6.WORLD BANK ASSISTED PROJECT
With fast developments in technologies it was essential to revamp technicians education’s at Diploma level. World Bank offered to finance the scheme of strengthening of Technician Education. World Bank Assisted Project to strengthen Technician Education was started in January 1992. The project completed on 31st October 1999.
The main components of the project are
§Capacity Expansion
§Quality Improvement
§Efficiency Improvement

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