The UGC has knowledgeable the upper academic establishments that the purposes for recognition of distance training programs, which have been invited throughout August-October 2017 ‘stand cancelled’. The discover, with new standards, states that “The establishments which have a legitimate NAAC with minimal CGPA of three.26 on a 4 level scale and have 5 years of existence can apply for the 2018-19 tutorial yr.”
It additionally stated, “As per Laws, all increased academic establishments are required to use afresh to UGC to hunt recognition for providing ODL programmes from the tutorial classes 2O18-19 and onwards.”
Why is BU in bother?
The in-charge Vice-Chancellor of Bangalore College, Professor Sudesh V confirmed that the BU’s NAAC CGPA rating is 3.16 and it’s legitimate until 2021.
It is likely to be famous that the BU’s distance training programmes have been de-recognized and in 2017, it acquired its renewal of affiliation from the UGC for the tutorial years 2016-17 and 2017-18 solely.
Standing of BU’s ODL 2017-18 batch
Now that the BU’s Distance Schooling program division has known as for purposes for the yr 2017-18, the UGC has spared the scholars of this batch. The UGC discover states, “The Increased Instructional Establishments which got permission by the College Grants Fee to supply programmes in Open and Distance Studying (ODL) mode for the tutorial session 2017-18 might be allowed to impart ODL training until the tutorial session 2019-20 to allow them to succeed in the prescribed high quality NAAC benchmark.”
However, as per the UGC’s diktat, BU might want to wait until 2021, as their NAAC rating is legitimate as much as 2020 and solely then can they apply afresh for the popularity of its distance training program (as per the present CGPA benchmark arrange UGC).
Talking to Bangalore Mirror, BU’s in-charge VC stated, “Sure, now we have acquired the discover. With that, we acquired one other letter which acknowledged that we are able to run the gap training program till 2020. After that, now we have to use once more.”