- News byStream
'A' Accreditation Institutes Allowed to Collaborate with Foreign Universities: UGC
The UGC i.e University Grants Commission has announced that universities or institutes which have less than accreditation 'A' are not allowed to collaborate with foreign universities or institutes, the announcement was made recently. This decision is made to ensure quality education and to maintain a level of education in India at international level. The commission has revoked or one can say it has made the 2012 guidelines invalid and has made rules called University Grants Commission (Promotion and Maintenance of Standards of Academic Collaboration between Indian and Foreign Educational institutions) Regulations, 2016.
UGC has come up with following measures on the basis of the collaboration between an Indian institute or university and a foreign institute or university will be valid.
- The quality of education
- Overall merit of the proposal
- Fees to be charged
- The credibility of the institute or university
An official said that collaborating with a foreign institute is a trend nowadays but to make the collaboration actually successful, the institute should be good on its own and that is why this rule has been passed.
An ardent cat lover who is on a journey to explore the unexplored because we all deserve a little wanderlust in our lives. Also, trying my bit in making this world a better place to live in. Travelling freshens my soul and chocolate appeals to it. Goal is to be a proton - Always Positive!
The core committee for the CBCS (Choice Based Credit System), Delhi University has recommended starting lessons on ...
B.Tech CSE/ IT and BCA are probably the two most popular courses amongst IT aspirants. Information Technology being one ...