The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has recently released its approval access handbook for the academic year 2021-22, according to which, mathematics and physics will now not be compulsory subjects for the students to pursue engineering.
As per the handbook, students who are seeking admissions into undergraduate engineering courses need not to take mathematics and physics as their core subjects in class 12. This rule will be implemented from the forthcoming academic year 2021-22.
The approval process handbook for 2021-22 released by the AICTE has changed the eligibility criteria for UG admissions. Now, students have to pass 10+2 with any three of the following subjects: Physics / mathematics / chemistry / computer science / electronics / information technology / biology / informatics practices / biotechnology / technical vocational subject / agriculture / engineering graphics / business studies / entrepreneurship.
In the wake of the declining percentage of practicality, the AICTE has decided to give a chance to the students who have their core interests in technology, irrespective of the subjects chosen by them.
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