Guidelines for Short Term Courses under GTU-Centre for Continuing Education (GTU-CCE)

1.Who can run the courses?

PG schools managed by GTU, any GTU affiliated college, any college/institute affiliated to any public university, any charity/public trust, any NGO or any non-profit organization can send proposal to GTU-CCE for starting the course.

2. Format for Course Proposal

The proposal in format available on the website can be sent to GTU-CCE for technical or non-technical courses.

3. Fees and sharing of fees

Course fees will be decided by an institute who sends proposal. There will be 70%:30% (Propose: GTU) sharing of course fees per registered candidate. 30% of course fees per candidate have to deposit in GTU by proposing institute. GTU will issue the Certificates to the candidates whose fees has been deposited in GTU account.

4. Time limit for depositing fees at GTU

The proposer institute has to deposit the course fees in GTU account by online mode as mentioned in point (3) within 3 days from the last date for admission.

5. Course Details

Announcement of course details will be uploaded on GTU website. An institute has to put this GTU link containing course details on Application/registration form of candidates.

6. Start/End of the Courses:

The proposer necessarily has to invite GTU officials/GTU-CCE Advisory Committee members at inaugural and valedictory functions by institute.

7. Venue of Courses

Theory/practical/tutorial classes shall be managed by proposing institute as mentioned in proposal application.

8. Certification

GTU will issue certificate to eligible candidates recommended by institute. Certificates will be signed by course coordinator, GTU-CCE coordinator and Registrar-GTU.

9. Report of Attendance

Regular physical presence of registered candidate in course is required at institute. The institute has to send proof of candidates’ presence along with assignment/test detail etc. to GTU-CCE.

10. Surprise Checking by GTU

GTU will send representatives/ GTU-CCE Advisory Committee members for surprise visit during course time in institute.

11. Evaluation Scheme

An institute has to send candidates’ evaluation scheme to GTU along-with proposal. Result of candidates (marks/grades) signed and stamped by concerned authorities of an institute are to be confidentially sent in GTU.

12. Performance audit and Feedback by GTU

Post-completion of course, performance audit will be done by GTU. Feedback from registered candidates will be also taken by GTU.

13. Remuneration to Co-ordinator

Course co-ordinator from institute is eligible for remuneration from institute share of registration fees.

14. Scope for Placement

Proposer has to provide detail of placement opportunities and industry tie-up specific to the proposed course.

15. Infrastructure

Detail of infrastructure, equipment, machines, hardware, software, toolkits, laboratories etc. required for the proposed course is to be mentioned in proposal.

16. Resource Person

The resource person must be having practical experience specific to the proposed course.

17. Presentation and Justification of Proposal

The co-ordinator and resource person will be called by GTU to remain present and justify the course proposal during scrutiny.

18. Theory and Practical

The syllabus of a course should clearly show the bifurcation of theory and practical hours for topics.

19. Course Credit Mechanism for Certificate Courses

1)For a certificate course of 30 hours (only practical):
o 2 hours/week (15 weeks) = 1 credit
2)For a certificate course of 30 hours (dual):
o 2 hours/week (15 weeks) = 2 credit
3)For courses of duration more than 30 hours, the credit will be in pro-rate basis in the context of 30 hours.
Course duration(in hours) Only Practical Courses
Dual Courses
>=30 and <60 1 2
>=60 and <90 2 4
>=90 and <120 3 6
>=120 and <150 4 8
………… (as per pro-rata basis)