With Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's birth anniversary on October 31 being celebrated as 'Rashtriya Ekta Diwas', UGC today asked universities to organise events and take pledge to uphold unity and security of the nation.
A committee set up on Supreme Court's directions is understood to have zeroed in on seven of 41 'C' category deemed universities which still do not fulfil such criteria, with UGC planning to sent showcause notice to these institutes.
Under attack from Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa and political parties in the state, the UGC on Thursday decided to withdraw it controversial circular directing universities to teach Hindi as one of the primary languages in undergraduate courses.
Vice chancellors from across the country on Monday resolved to bring the entire gamut of teacher education under university system, rationalise the duration of the B.Ed and M.Ed courses and ask teacher training institutes to go for mandatory accreditation.
The University of Calcutta will ink an agreement with Australia to start student exchange programmes under the union Human Resource Development Ministry`s `Connect To India` initiative, its vice-chancellor said here Wednesday.
Buoyed by the response to its maiden online admission process this year, Delhi University`s School of Open Learning (SOL) is planning to upgrade its teaching methodologies and use `flipped classroom technology` for its personal contact programme.
The University Grants Commission has asked the Delhi University to reinstate ad hoc teachers who fulfil the minimum eligibility criteria in order to meet the shortage of teachers in colleges under the university.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday disposed of as "infructuous" a PIL before it for restoration of the three-year degree courses in Delhi University as the varsity recently scrapped the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP) as per the directions of UGC.
The University Grants Commission (UGC) on Monday asked the Delhi University to continue the Bachelor in Management Studies (BMS) programme only for students enrolled to it during 2013-14 academic year, but under a three-year duration.
Fresh admissions for the 2014-15 academic session in Delhi University is likely to commence from Tuesday with the varsity today formally scrapping the controversial four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP) even as uncertainty continued to plague B Tech students.
A day after the Delhi University (DU) told the University Grants Commission (UGC) that it was scrapping the controversial Four-Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP), the varsity`s Academic and Executive Councils on Saturday approved the move.
UGC is learnt to have sought legal opinion on the compromise formula proposed by Delhi University amidst its renewed push to get colleges under the varsity to start admissions to the undergraduate programme.
Narendra Modi met a delegation of RSS` student wing, the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), Thursday and expressed unhappiness about the deadlock between the UGC and DU over the latter`s four-year undergraduate programme.
Even as the standoff over the Four-Year Undergraduate Programme continues, the Delhi University (DU) will conduct the entrance test to the Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), a course started under the controversial programme.