Professor Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman of AICTE, stated that they have re-engineered their approval system by adopting the policy of ‘light but tight’ regulations.
The Ministry of Education (MOE), in association with the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), has organized a national webinar on the theme ‘Good Governance: Ease of Doing Business, Reducing the burden of compliance’.
The National Webinar was inaugurated by Mr. Jyotiraditya Scindia, Minister of Civil Aviation, Government of India. Mr. Anand Deshpande, Founder, Chairman and Managing Director of Persistent System delivered the keynote address at the inaugural function.
In his inaugural address, Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia congratulated the Ministry of Education and AICTE for organizing a webinar that would benefit the country and all stakeholders.
“It is clear that government alone cannot bring about change or revolution in a particular sector. Public-private partnerships are needed. This requires stability and reliability as well as continuous efforts. The EODB rankings have improved between 2015 and 2021. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. Hon’ble Prime Minister has made it mandatory that there is an urgent need to reduce the burden of consent and create a simple ecosystem for our stakeholders. The government has broken 1,500 obsolete laws to make it easier.
The minister stressed that breaking unconventional guidelines has reduced transaction costs by 2 billion and has saved traders time and money. “Reducing the burden of compliance, 298 services at DGCA are now online,” Scindia concluded.
Prof. Anil D Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE, said, “Ease of doing business is not limited to industry or financial institutions, it applies to every aspect of a citizen’s life. It is about improving the overall system. Attempts are being made to reduce the burden on stakeholders and institutions. Students will also benefit as we have managed to reduce the burden of compliance, thus conducting business comfortably. In line with that, we’ve re-engineered our approval systems by adopting the principle of “light but tight” regulations. This will help organizations get approvals, project grants and other interventions based on self-disclosure, and every formality can now be done digitally. “
“The policy of light but tight regulation can revolutionize education. Reducing the burden of compliance is essential and will multiply the impact on ease of doing business. Our chairman, Professor Anil Sahasrabudhe, continues to play a key role in this endeavor. We aim, and that is our ultimate goal, “said Professor MP Poonia, Vice Chairman, AICTE.