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UGC introduced new regulations in the eligibility criteria of ‘Deemed to be university’

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To get ‘deemed-to-be university’ status, a University needs to be 20 Years old – UGC

To get ‘deemed-to-be university’ status, a University needs to be 20 Years old – UGC – To improve the learning and employability of students, UGC is set to specify some new eligibility rules for ‘deemed-to-be university’ status. To ensure the quality education in India, the UGC introduced new regulations in the eligibility criteria of ‘Deemed to be university’. First of all, the age of the university/institute should be at least 20 years. Apart from this, the university should have 3.26 CGPA authorized by NBA (National Board of Accreditation).

 

See: UGC NET 2019 June Notification

 

The new circular issued by UGC sets various criteria for the deemed university status making it a great move and they are:-

 

  • Institute should be ranked in the top 50 institutes in any category or in the top 100 overall ranking by NIRF.
  • The teacher to student ratio should be at least 1:20.
  • The number of teachers in the institute should not be less than 100 and that of students should be at least 20,000.
  • A detailed project report have to be submitted by the institute with 15 years strategic vision plan and 5 years implementation plan.

 

Moreover, a selection committee is mandatory for the institute which will ensure all the guidelines are being followed by the institute.

 

See: Latest UGC NET News and Updates June 2019

 

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