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Osmania University largest varsity In India – UGC

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The latest data released by the UGC has stated that Hyderabad's Osmania University is the largest in the country followed by Pune University and Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University

 

The latest data released by the University Grants Commission has stated that Hyderabad's Osmania University is the largest in the country with 901 colleges under it. Pune University with 811 affiliated colleges comes second, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University third with 800 colleges, and Rajasthan University fourth with 735 colleges. The fifth largest Indian public university is Mumbai University with 711 colleges.

The data is of significant importance as affiliated colleges make up the bulk of the country's higher education system enrolling 89.3% of undergraduate students and about 72.2% of postgraduate pupils.

The biggest gainer in terms of size has been Pune University which had 474 affiliated colleges with 5.5 lakh students’ years back. Initially created 65 years ago to encompass the 12 districts of western Maharashtra, its jurisdiction was redrawn when universities came up in Kolhapur and Sholapur.

Planning Commission member and former Pune University vice-chancellor Narendra Jadhav spoke the the press saying “The growth has come about in the last 10 years. This growth is not by accident; it is balanced. Of all the foreign students travelling to India for education, about 45% come to Pune. Mumbai and Pune universities are not comparable."

The University of Mumbai and Nagpur University have also grown from the 531 affiliated colleges and 375 colleges they each had five years back .

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Indraprastha University violating NAAC rules

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Guru Gobind Singh Indraparstha University (GGSIPU) has not renewed its NAAC certification since its lapse in March. While the National Assessment and Accreditation Council maintains that it has not received the necessary documentation, the university claims that it has made its bid for the compulsory renewal.

NAAC-accreditation is necessary for universities and colleges get funding and recognition from the University Grants Commission (UGC). The gazette notification of January 19, 2013 by NAAC on accreditation stated that institutions should "apply for re-accreditation six months before the expiry of the five-year period." NAAC officials said their documentation process was incomplete and a self-study report which was asked for has also not been submitted.

Under the purview of the notification GGSIPU shall not be eligible to apply for or receive financial assistance from UGC without undergoing assessment and accreditation.

GGSIPU is also liable to face stringent action from the NAAC. The university's recently revamped website and admission brochure for 2013-14 depicts it as "A" grade even though its certification is not valid.  This is a violation of the NAAC norms as institutions are advised not to use the accreditation status if their certification has expired. This is tantamount to misleading the stakeholders and students.

GGSIPU VC D K Bandyopadhyay has stated to the media that their application for re-accreditation was done in March 2012. "We applied in March 2012 and the documents have been sent to NAAC." When questioned over why the university continues to display its old accreditation status, he said: "We are expecting the NAAC's team visit any time."

Accredited in March 2007 GGSIPU’s NAAC validity ended on March 2012. NAAC director H A Ranganath spoke to media sources saying: "It's mentioned in the NAAC website as well that post the validity period, institutions are not supposed to use that status as it amounts to misleading students. Since it has been brought to our notice that GGSIPU is mentioning this in their new admission brochures and website, we'll write to the university seeking an explanation." NAAC's official website has a section titled "institutions accredited by NAAC whose accreditation validity period is over" which features GGSIPU in their list.

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IV Convocation of JNTU Hyderabad(For 2012 passed out students)

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BVRIT students bagged I & II prizes in ELAN-2013 in IIT Hyderabad.

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BVRIT students have shown stupendous performance and bagged the FIRST and SECOND prizes in the prestigious  "ELAN -2013" conducted by IIT Hyderabad on 19th January 2013.

Prize won

Project

Students participated

Laboratory

I Prize

Tele operation of Robot using gestures

Mr.Farhan Mohammed (III B.Tech ECE)

Mr.S.Kishore Reddy, (III B.Tech ECE),

Mr.P.Varun, (III B.Tech CSE)

Randy Pausch Robotics Engineering Center,

Vishnu Innovation Labs

II Prize

Brain Controlled wheel chair

Mr.Dixith Kumar, (III B.Tech ECE),

Mr.Chandrakanth, (III B.Tech ECE),

Mr.Abhilash, (III B.Tech ECE)

Cognitive science Laboratory, Department of ECE


About 43 teams participated from  NITs,IITs and other reputed colleges of Anhrapradesh.

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UGC relaxes entry rules for Foreign Educational Institutions

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University Grants Commission (UGC) has dropped the condition that Foreign Educational Institutions (FEI) has to be ranked in the top 500 institutions in the world to enter into an academic collaboration with an Indian institution. However, under the regulations, no foreign university can set up institutions independently in India.

The Foreign Educational Institutions (Regulation of Entry and Operations) Bill, 2010 requires “Foreign Education Provider” (FEPs) to declare in its prospectus, each component of fees, deposits and other charges payable by students, the percentage of tuition fee and other charges refundable to students, before the commencement of admission to any of its courses or programmes of study.

Any FEI which is not an FEP cannot charge any fee or admit students and in case it does so, will be liable to a penalty between ten lakh to fifty lakh rupees in addition to refund of the fee. The prospectus would also contain details of the teaching faculty, their educational qualifications and teaching experience and information on physical and academic infrastructure and other facilities including hostel accommodation, library etc. Failure to adhere to its disclosure in the prospectus would result in withdrawal of recognition as FEP. Moreover, once an FEI is notified as an FEP, it will be subject to the control of the law of the land and regulations of the statutory regulatory body.

The Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Dr. Shashi Tharoor said there is no proposal that these Universities will be a part of single entrance exams proposed to be conducted for engineering, medical and other post graduate degrees in the Ministry of Human Resource Development. However, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has decided to conduct single entrance examinations for admission to various Under Graduate (UG) and Post Graduate (PG) medical courses viz.

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) w.e.f. academic year 2013-14. NEET is mandatory in respect of medical colleges falling under the ambit of Indian Medical Council (IMC) Act, 1956 as per regulations notified by Medical Council of India (MCI). The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has been identified as the agency for conducting NEET for UG and National Board of Examinations (NBE) for PG medical courses.

The Department related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Human Resources Development has presented its report on the Foreign Educational Institutions (Regulation of Entry and Operations) Bill, 2010. The report is under examination by the Ministry.

Source:http://www.edu-leaders.com/content/ugc-relaxes-entry-rules-foreign-educational-institutions?utm_source=newsletter-core&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20121221

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