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    Is Karnataka Open University B.Tech approved by UGC and AICTE? Is it approved by central and state government? Can I apply for government job in with this B.Tech degree?

    Dear ,

    i complited my 10 2 i wannted to b-tech from karnataka open university is it valid for state or central govt jobs please help me

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    Re: Is Karnataka Open University B.Tech approved by UGC and AICTE? Is it approved by central and state government? Can I apply for government job in with this B.Tech degree?

    sir, i have comleted diploma in mechanical, i want to do B'TECH in open univercity, if done, i can apply for state and central government jobs if i do in KSOU?

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    Re: Is Karnataka Open University B.Tech approved by UGC and AICTE? Is it approved by central and state government? Can I apply for government job in with this B.Tech degree?

    sir,i want to take admission in mechanical engginering in diploma course . so is it recognised for rajasthan goverment jobs?

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    Re: Is Karnataka Open University B.Tech approved by UGC and AICTE? Is it approved by central and state government? Can I apply for government job in with this B.Tech degree?

    is karnataka open uni is approvec by ugc & AICTE, is degree is velid for central govt jobs

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    Re: Is Karnataka Open University B.Tech approved by UGC and AICTE? Is it approved by central and state government? Can I apply for government job in with this B.Tech degree?

    sir, i have comleted diploma in electrical, i want to do B'TECH in open univercity, if done, i can apply for state and central government jobs if i do in KSOU?

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    Re: Is Karnataka Open University B.Tech approved by UGC and AICTE? Is it approved by central and state government? Can I apply for government job in with this B.Tech degree?

    sir, i have comleted diploma in electricall, i want to do B'TECH in open univercity, if done, i can apply for state and central government jobs if i do in KSOU?

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    Ravi dikshith is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Is Karnataka Open University B.Tech approved by UGC and AICTE? Is it approved by central and state government? Can I apply for government job in with this B.Tech degree?

    Hello dude!

    Karnataka State Open university is recognized by the university Grants Commission.It is also a member of Association of Indian universities.It is also recognized by the distance education council.
    So there will not be any problem for your degree and even though it is not recognized by the AICTE that is not a problem.

    So you can apply for all the central and state government jobs.So don't worry and study happily.
    HOPE THE INFORMATION HELPED YOU AND ALL THE BEST.

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    Re: Is Karnataka Open University B.Tech approved by UGC and AICTE? Is it approved by central and state government? Can I apply for government job in with this B.Tech degree?

    No problem whether it is approved by AICTE or not,

    As Karnataka State Open University is approved by UGC and DEC,


    Hence you are eligible for Applying to the Govt. posts. SO ALTHOUGH IT IS NOT APPROVED BY AICTE THERE IS NO NEED FOR YOU TO WORRY . ALL THE BEST


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    Re: Is Karnataka Open University B.Tech approved by UGC and AICTE? Is it approved by central and state government? Can I apply for government job in with this B.Tech degree?

    is ksou approved aicte

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