|Author: [Anonymous] 28 Apr 2016 Member Level: Diamond Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
In short, No is the answer for few and yes is the answer for some on your question with regards to does Government recognized Diploma or Certificate course offered by some private institutions. In general, this is not the case for all Diploma or Certificate courses recognized by Government but for some.
For example, DCA (Diploma in Computer Application) was once just offered by private institutions without Government recognition, and later the same course / certificate offered by Govt. too. There are some Diploma and Certificate courses those still not recognized by Government concern.
|Author: [Anonymous] 28 Apr 2016 Member Level: Gold Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
In addition to the above response I would like to add few more points.
There are number of diploma courses available in the institutions. In those, some are recognized by Govt. and some are not. If you want to really learn something that is related to our education or related to your job then you should definitely do learn but how? You should search for institutions and looks for the better one and learn. Once, you learn then automatically your thought will be on something like certificate. This is for what? Learning the subject or for promotion in the job? Then whom will you blame? Either Govt. for giving you promotion on the basis of only certificate (even it is not recognized)or the private sector (which is not recognized by the Govt.)
There is institutions tie-up with the other institutions which are recognized by the Govt. At that time, both certificates are valid. However, you may get only one!
|Author: Purna Prasad Sharma 29 Apr 2016 Member Level: Silver Points : 2 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
A very good question raised by the author.If a college or institute is government affilitiated or any other government college or university affilitiated the institute or college then of course yes.
Nowadays there are number of institutes who says they provides diploma in various field and are government registered.So there certificates are equally valued then they are making you fool.A government registered means that they have registered their institute either under Company Act or Society Act,it doesn't mean that the education and certificates they are providing are also run and supervise under government.So they aren't government recognised.
|Author: Mahesh 30 Apr 2016 Member Level: Gold Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
Not all institutes and universities are government recognized. Some of them are deemed or unfunded too. So the recognition for them is handled by some of the ranking committees such as NAAC and AICTE and UGC. These ranking and governing bodies decide what ranking and value to give them.
Each institute has to work from ground up in order to establish themselves. Most of the time the institute given recognition decides the value of their certificate courses.
In case of institutes and coaching classes offering certificates, they are not going to be government recognized. In order to get it recognized they have to go through process for their quality and other factors. If any institution gets such recognition they mention that on the certificate.