Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, August 1
Haryana Technical Education Minister Anil Vij on Saturday inaugurated the online admission process started by the Department for Engineering and Diploma Courses for session 2020-21. This will give students an opportunity to take admission in these courses while staying at their homes.
Vij said that due to the circumstances that have arisen after the Covid outbreak, it has become difficult for students to visit institutions to complete their admission process. Certificate verification is not possible without the original certificates.
To simplify this situation, the State Technical Education Department has developed special software with the help of National Informatics Centre Haryana, which will be used for the admission process.
This software will not only accept the application online but will also verify the certificates with the help of Digilocker. This will make it possible for students to enrol themselves without being physically present.
The minister said that there are presently 37 state polytechnic institutes and four aided institutes in Haryana in which diploma courses are available in 36 different trades. In these institutions, 13,131 seats of engineering-diploma courses and 810 seats of vocational diploma course are available. Besides this, there are 151 self-financed institutions, which have approximately 26,000 seats in engineering and diploma courses.
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