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Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Bhopal

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Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Bhopal

Our programs are approved by Directorate of Technical Education, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The online offcampus counseling is being carried out by DTE for admitting the students in technical courses.

The Mandate of the Directorate of Technical Education, Madhya Pradesh is to :-

1. Implement technical education policies of Government of Madhya Pradesh and Central Government, act as coordinating agency between Government, Industry and Institutions and to advice and assist the Government in the all round development of technical education.
2. Support accountability and total quality of technical education in the state of Madhya Pradesh with effective and efficient Management. Interact with external agencies like AICTE, CII, FICCI, R&D Organizations and Institutes of Higher Learning.
3. Providing quality education with judicious allocation of available resources to the technical institutions so as to contribute to the economic well-being and quality of life of the communities it serves.

MISSION  of the Directorate of Technical Education, Madhya Pradesh is to facilitate excellence in Technical Education for the benefit of students, employers and society at large with a focus on.

1. Identification formulation and implementation of policy initiatives for the development of Technical Education in emerging technologies through linkage with business and industry, institutes of Higher Learning, research organizations at national and international levels.
2. Professional development of faculty.
3. Development of technical skills and competence in women, disabled and the underprivileged.
4. Promotion and creation of self sustaining autonomous technical institutions to respond quickly to the trends, forces and change in technological advancement and globalization of the economy.

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