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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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Institutions need to establish Grievance Redressal mechanism

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Union Minister for Human Resource Development has directed all higher educational institutions to establish Grievance Redressal mechanisms to address problems related with students and applicants in a time bound format.

In this connection, UGC, AICTE and NCTE are all set to request all Central Educational Institutions, institutions deemed to be universities, technical and management institutions under AICTE and teacher education institutions under NCTE, to establish such mechanism as soon as possible.

According to government plan, each institution would be required to constitute an Ombudsman (person with judicial or legal experience to be appointed from a panel) suggested by the affiliating university for technical and management institutions, while the Central Government in case of deemed universities and the regulator for non-degree granting institutions.

The aim behind the proposal is to ensure the redressal of grievances of students within a month time. The Ombudsman shall have the jurisdiction to hear grievances concerning denial of admission, non-observance of declared merit in admission, non-observance of applicable regulations for reservation, with-holding of documents and non-refund of fee in case of withdrawal of admission, discrimination and other such matters concerning students in pursuit of studies in the institution

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