Implementation of NEP, 4-year UG programme to come back up in DU govt council meet immediately3 min read
Implementation of the National Education Policy, a four-year undergraduate programme and merger of College of Arts with town government-run Ambedkar University will come up for dialogue in the course of the Delhi University govt council assembly on Tuesday, in line with the agenda doc.
The implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP) from 2022-23 and the four-year undergraduate programme had been authorised by the Standing Committee on Academic Matters and the Academic Council final week.
The a number of entry/exit scheme (MEES), the place college students will have the ability to enter and exit any programme at varied phases, and the Academic Bank of Credit (ABC) can even come up for dialogue, in line with the doc circulated amongst EC members. They will come up for dialogue within the assembly on Tuesday and are more likely to be authorised.
The Executive Council (EC) is the best choice making physique of the college. The EC assembly takes up the proposals authorised by the Academic Council and likewise another issues that had been pending from earlier conferences. The Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA), nonetheless, will maintain a web based protest on Tuesday in opposition to the implementation of the NEP.
“It is extraordinarily unlucky that threadbare dialogue within the Academic Council of August 24 was not allowed on this main restructuring. The construction will result in dilution of levels and render workload unstable.
“Any restructuring which will lead to dilution and jobs cut is unacceptable. Students and teachers have suffered hurried implementation of one ‘reform’ after another for the last decade,” the DUTA mentioned.
The Delhi Cabinet in March took the choice to merge the College of Art, presently affiliated to Delhi University (DU), with Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD). The matter of de-affiliation of the College of Arts with DU might be mentioned within the assembly, in line with the agenda.
The establishing of DU Digital Infrastructure Support for Colleges and Departments (DUDISCAD) can be part of the EC assembly’s agenda, it learn. The DUDISCD might be concerned in aiding faculties and departments to develop in-house digital infrastructure.
The college had earlier additionally mentioned it’ll set up facilitation centres in Roshanpura in Najafgarh and Bhati Kalan in Fatehpur Beri on the land given by the Delhi authorities. The centres will save college students residing in far-flung areas from an extended commute to the college campus and can lengthen assist in relation to examination and admission-related procedures.
The college additionally has plans to arrange a university in Fatehpur Beri for which the names of the primary lady chief minister of Delhi Sushma Swaraj, Swami Vivekananda, Veer Savarkar and Sardar Patel had been proposed.
In its assembly held on Tuesday final week, the educational council put forth 5 extra names, together with that of DU alumnus Arun Jaitley and former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
“The Council resolved that the name of these colleges/centres may be given after the names of Sushma Swaraj, Swami Vivekananda, Veer Savarkar, Sardar Patel. The Council also suggested the names of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Savitri Bai Phule, Arun Jaitley, Choudhary Brahm Prakash and CD Deshmukh. “After general discussion/suggestions, the Council resolved that the vice-chancellor be authorised to finalize the name,” learn the agenda of the assembly.
The vice-chancellor had constituted a committee for empanelment of adjunct college within the college departments and faculties for worth addition and internationalization of the educational actions, to have interaction the worldwide adjunct college from their very own sources to considerably improve the teaching-learning course of within the University of Delhi.
The dialogue on the appointment of worldwide adjunct college can be included within the assembly agenda on Tuesday.