During the initial stages of Independence, the Government of India embarked on rapid industrialization to achieve development by starting various types of industries under the Public Sector. The thrust areas were transportation, Roads, Irrigation and Power etc. The Government emphasized the need of technical manpower to handle these organisations and directed the states to develop the Technical education on a fast track mode. The Government of India directed each state government to form a technical Board with the name as “Board of Technical education and Training.
The Joint Director (Technical Education) of DPI used to act as secretary of this newly formed Board. The Honourable Minister for Technical Education acted as the Chairman of the Board. Representatives from the Universities, industries, other Government Departments were members. Representatives of Pharmacy Council of India, Institution of Engineers were also members. Principals of selected Polytechnics were members too.
SBTET, Andhra Pradesh had published the Diploma C05 CCC Oct/Nov 2010 Examination Semester Results.
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