STEPS TOWARDS HIGHER EDUCATION CLEANSING

 

New Delhi, June 29 (globelmedianews.com)
The Modi government is ready to purge high school in the country. In this regard, higher education in the field of education changes the course. The University Grants Commission (UGC), which has been continuing for decades, is expected to set up the Higher Education Commission (Higher Education Commission of India-HECI). The Central Human Resource Development Department has also prepared a draft bill. Details of this will be announced shortly, according to Human Resources Department.

STEPS TOWARDS HIGHER EDUCATION CLEANSING
The Center has proposed a new law draft on Wednesday to facilitate another higher education regulatory authority at the University Grants Commission (UGC). The government has released a new draft of the UGC Act, 1956, clearing the way. The Indian Higher Education Commission Act -2018 draft bill drafted by the HRD website has been tweeted by Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar to submit suggestions  to the new draft law on July 7 by educational institutions, intellectuals, experts and parents. Academics, partner parties and advice from the public are also requested. The deadline was fixed on July 7, 5 pm. There are opportunities to introduce the Bill in the upcoming Monsoon session of Parliament. The Central Government has said that the new Commission will increase autonomy for educational institutions and improve facilities. Furthermore, Indian students will get better opportunities. The new Commission has given powers to the academic standards. Currently only UGS Bogus has put the names of educational institutions on the website without any steps.  This Commission is the authority to evaluate the standards of higher education institutions. Provides appropriate references to companies that do not have sufficient standards. Closes the minimum standards. It directs the rules of establishing new educational institutions. To facilitate the teaching staff to be based on performance, formulation of entrants and fees. The next target is the All India Institute of Technical Education (AICTE), the Higher Education Secretary R. Subramamani said. The National Teacher Education Council (NCCT) is also likely to be reformed. Student associations are on the Center's decision on the other side. Educational institutions with newly established national priorities will be formed within the Higher Education Commission. The higher education commission will take the responsibility of UGC to play a key role in funding universities

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