The College of Technology and Engineering, MPUAT has received approval from the All India Technical Council, New Delhi (AICTE) for admissions in engineering in 2023–2024 as part of the Quality Improvement Program (QIP), which will be run at the All India level by the Ministry of Education, Government of India.
All branches of MPUAT now accept the M.Tech and Ph.D. degrees. Upon providing the information, the college's dean, Dr. PK Singh, stated that IIT Kharagpur has begun the admissions process, which will last through March 25 of 2023.
While thanking the team for this accomplishment, Vice-Chancellor Dr. Ajit Kumar said that our institution, after IITs and NITs, is the only state engineering college in Rajasthan to give admission under QIP as well as in M.Tech and Ph.D admission. This curriculum is being offered in 86 colleges and universities across India, including 36 IITs and NITs.
According to Dr. Navneet Agarwal, the CTAE's QIP Program Coordinator and Head of the Department of Electronics Engineering, the college was only permitted to offer PhD admission in Agriculture Engineering and Electrical Engineering as of 2016, but as of this year, M.Tech. and PhD admission are now offered in all other branches. The institution will attract excellent sponsored students from around India, and its academic and research standards will also rise.