Wednesday, 21 August 2013

'Stern action against illegal institutes and colleges' - Source LT


Vice chancellor Dr Vijay Pandharipande informed the minister that they have decided to start 'Centre for Youth Development and Capacity Building' from the current academic year. 
D P Sawant said that each university should have 'Centre for Youth Development and Capacity Building' to help students in getting jobs and employment. Minister of State for Higher and Technical Education D P Sawant interacting with VC Dr Vijay Pandharipande, registrar Dr D R Mane and others during his goodwill visit to BAMU on Tuesday. 


"Stern action will be taken against those colleges and institutes which will run any degree or diploma course without the permission of bodies like All India Council for Technical Education, National Council for Teacher Education," said D P Sawant, Minister of State for Higher and Technical Education.
He was speaking during his goodwill visit to Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU) on Tuesday.
Vice chancellor Dr Vijay Pandharipande, registrar Dr D R Mane interacted with the minister and informed him about various development schemes of the varsity. 
Joint director of Higher Education Dr Mohd Fayyaz, director of Board of College and University Dr S P Jhambre, controller of examinations Dr Ashok Chavan, deputy registrars Dr Ganesh Manza and D M Netke were also present. Earlier, Dr Dhanraj Mane welcomed the minister.
D P Sawant further said that it is necessary to take permission from the appointed authorities (AICTE, NCTE, MCI, Bar Council of India), but, it has been observed that many educational institutes offer diploma and degree courses without permission. 
"The State Government has already passed a resolution for it and university should act strictly against illegal colleges," he said. The Minister of State said that Rs 1 lakh fine will be imposed and one year sentence will be awarded to the management of illegal colleges. He also assured the university administration of clearing their pending proposals.

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