In a recent move, the HRD ministry has nudged the University Grants Commission (UGC) in order to issue a list of the essential ‘to-dos’ which is a form of the reform-centric moves which have been initiated by the Government of the country over a period of the past few months.
For all the higher education institutes, a specification is all set to be formulated which shall contain all the non-negotiable ‘to- dos’ by the University Grants Commission (UGC). The specification which is to be released by UGC is likely to be extended for all the higher educational institutes by the end of the month of May 2018.
UGC Mandate To Be Released Soon
In the later days of May 2018, the University Grants Commission (UGC) is all set to roll out a list containing the important instructions as well as the ‘to-do’ lists for all the higher education colleges and institutions. The instructions in the list which shall be formulated will be including the key quality parameters which are necessary for all the institutions to strive for in order to improve their level of academic performance.
This has been released by the top sources who are working at the human resource development (HRD) ministry. The UGC (University Grants Commission), as well as the AICTE mandates, are the ones which are a part of the key preparatory steps which have been taken by the Government in order to make a shift to the new regulatory regime for the higher education. With this, the government aims to create a less restrictive as well as a strongly focused benchmark which shall be establishing a clear quality.
UGC Mandate To Be Announced Soon – Check Dates
Common with the name of the UGC Mandate, the list is likely to be announced by May 24, 2018. As soon as it is announced, the same shall be applicable to all the institutes dealing in higher education under the University Grants Commission (UGC). The formulated list is aiming to set a clear as well as a simple standard in context to the curriculum revision, teacher training, market linkages, orientation for the students and much more.
Currently, the UGC rules are applicable to as many as 850 institutes located in the centre as well as the state along with the private as well as the deemed-to-be universities.