Affiliations & Accreditations

Our colleges and institutions are affiliated and accredited by regulatory councils of India respectively.

National Medical Commission (NMC)

National Medical Commission (NMC) is an Indian regulatory body of 33 members which regulates medical education

and medical professionals. It replaced the Medical Council of India on 25 September 2020. The Medical Council of India (MCI) was a statutory body for establishing uniform and high standards of medical education in India until its dissolution on 25 September 2020 when it was replaced by National Medical Commission. The Council granted recognition of medical qualifications, gave accreditation to medical schools, granted registration to medical practitioners, and monitored medical practice in India.

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Dental Council of India, New Delhi

The Dental Council of India is constituted by an act of parliament ‘The Dentists Act 1948’

(XVI of 1948) with a view to regulate the dental education, dental profession and dental ethics thereto-which came into existence in March, 1949. The Dental Council of India was also charged with the responsibilities for according recognition to the Dental Degrees awarded by the various Universities and also for maintaining uniform standards of dental education in the country.

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Indian Nursing Council

The Indian Nursing Council is an Autonomous Body under the Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare

was constituted by the Central Government under section 3(1) of the Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947 of parliament in order to establish a uniform standard of training for nurses, Midwives and health visitors.To regulate the policies of training of nursing programmes in the field of nursing to improve the quality of nursing education are the core responsibilities of the Indian Nursing Council.

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Madhya Pradesh Paramedical Council

Madhya Pradesh Paramedical Council was founded to assure and promote quality in the paramedical courses

in order to develop and maintain uniformity regarding paramedical courses standards. Empowered by the Madhya Pradesh Paramedical Council Act. The council conduct examination, issues guidelines and a Professional Code and Conduct, exercises regulatory and disciplinary powers for the paramedical courses, and answers general enquiries from the public.

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Rehabilitation Council of India

The Rehabilitation Council of India(RCI) was set up as a registered society in 1986. On September, 1992

the RCI Act was enacted by Parliament and it became a Statutory Body on 22 June 1993.The Act was amended by Paliament in 2000 to make it more broadbased.The mandate given to RCI is to regulate and monitor services given to persons with disability,to standardise syllabi and to maintain a Central Rehabilitation Register of all qualified professionals and personnel working in the field of Rehabilitation and Special Education.The Act also prescribes punitive action against unqualified persons delivering services to persons with disability.

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All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi

All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) was set up in November 1945 as a national

-level apex advisory body to conduct a survey on the facilities available for technical education and to promote development in the country in a coordinated and integrated manner. And to ensure the same, as stipulated in the National Policy of Education (1986), AICTE was vested with:

  • • Statutory authority for planning, formulation, and maintenance of norms & standards
  • • Quality assurance through accreditation
  • • Funding in priority areas, monitoring, and evaluation
  • • Maintaining parity of certification & awards
  • • The management of technical education in the country

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Department of Higher Education, Madhya Pradesh

The project aims to setup a dedicated College management system for Higher Education

department. All the work of thedepartment will be monitored and managed by the portal. Currently the portal includes 13 sections to register information of different category.

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Bar Council of India


The statutory powers and functions of the BCI as conferred by means of the Advocates Act, 1961 as well as the BCI Rules are two fold; First, to supervise the centres of legal education functioning all over the country and the students enrolled therein, inter-alia by laying down the standards of curriculum, standards of infrastructure, number and qualification of faculties, recognition of centres of legal education (Law Schools/Colleges) based upon the standards laid down by BCI and; Secondly, to prescribe a uniform qualification for the admission of persons to be advocates and to further regulate the entry and overall conduct of Advocates in the profession by laying down standards of professional conduct and etiquettes for advocates.

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