The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has introduced a dedicated placement portal for engineering students hailing from rural and tribal regions, simplifying their job search with over 2000 companies at their fingertips.
In an empowering initiative, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has developed a specialized placement portal for engineering students from rural and tribal areas, marking a significant step towards inclusive education and career development.
Empowering Rural and Tribal Students
The portal is a strategic effort to bridge the gap between talented students from India’s 600,000 villages and tribal areas and the job market. It offers a user-friendly interface and operates seamlessly even in low-internet-connectivity regions, ensuring no student is left behind due to technological barriers.
AICTE’s Vision for Equality in Technical Education
AICTE Chairman T.G. Sitaram emphasizes the portal’s role in connecting students directly with multinational companies, thereby facilitating easier job searches and reducing the urban-rural divide in the professional landscape.
Portal Features and Benefits
Future Prospects and Expansion
The portal currently boasts proposals from 4000 companies and plans to integrate with AICTE’s internship portal, further expanding opportunities for students.
AICTE’s placement portal is a groundbreaking initiative for engineering students from underrepresented communities, offering them fair access to job opportunities and career advancement. It stands as a testament to AICTE’s commitment to fostering an equitable job market for all.
For more information on the placement portal and to explore job opportunities, students and companies can visit the official AICTE website.