NEW DELHI: Students would possibly quickly be able to pursue more than one degrees concurrently from different universities or the same university, with the University Grants Commission (UGC) analyzing the feasibility of the idea.
The UGC has installation a panel headed with the aid of its Vice-Chairman Bhushan Patwardhan to study the problem of pursuing diploma programs concurrently from the equal college or unique universities either via distance mode, online mode or component-time mode.
However, this is not the first time the commission is analyzing the difficulty. The UGC had set up a committee in 2012 as properly and consultations have been hung on the same, however, in the long run, the concept become junk.
“The panel was set up the overdue final month and has already met as soon as. Now consultations are being held with special stakeholders to explore the feasibility of the concept,” a senior UGC professional instructed PTI.
The 2012 committee headed by using then Vice-Chancellor of Hyderabad University, Furqan Qamar, had endorsed that a pupil enrolled in a diploma program below normal mode may be allowed to pursue a most of 1 additional diploma program simultaneously below open or distance mode from the equal or a special university.
“However, two degree programmes below ordinary mode might not be allowed simultaneously as it can create logistic, administrative and educational problems. A pupil pursuing a degree program below regular mode may be allowed to pursue a most of 1 certificate, degree, advanced diploma, PG diploma program simultaneously both in regular or open and distance mode in the identical college or from different establishments,” the panel report had stated.
According to UGC officers, “the fee had then sought comments of the statutory councils at the committee’s document and the responses obtained did no longer endorse the idea of permitting students to pursue more than one diploma programs simultaneously. Hence the plan did now not take off”.
“It has now been decided to revisit the concept because a generation has brought in a lot of modifications. There are the sizable majority of folks who want to pursue specialized courses except for their everyday degree programs,” the reliable said.
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NEW DELHI: Headline indices Sensex and Nifty ended inside the terrible sector for a third consecutive session on Monday on losses in a financial institution, NBFC, and FMCG stocks.
The marketplace has been witnessing promoting spree after Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman clarified that the newly-imposed income-tax surcharge on the better earnings bracket changed into here to stay.
Uninspiring quarterly numbers, susceptible international cues, growing crude oil charges, a geopolitical flareup in West Asia and the rupee’s weak point similarly deteriorated investor sentiment.
“Market entered into a bearish segment as traders turned dealers because of concerns over the extension of monetary slowdown at the same time as susceptible company earnings hurt the sentiment further. This correction has extended to large-caps which until now have been attracting FII inflows. Concerns over tax and muted Q1 results will hold to impact,” said Vinod Nair, Head of Research, Geojit Financial Services.
The 30-percentage Sensex closed 306 points, or zero.80 consistent with cent, down at 38,031. Thirteen, with 14 stocks within the red.
The Nifty50 ended 82 factors, or zero.72 consistent with cent, down at eleven,337.15, with 27 shares up and 23 down.
Finance, FMCG, financial institution and realty packs suffered sturdy losses on BSE, at the same time as steel, electricity, and oil & fuel indices logged healthful gains.