UGC Released Draft Guidelines to Improve Colleges to ‘Degree-Awarding Multidisciplinary Autonomous Institutions’ By 2035!!

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UGC Released Draft Guidelines to Improve Colleges to ‘Degree-Awarding Multidisciplinary Autonomous Institutions’ By 2035!!
UGC Released Draft Guidelines to Improve Colleges to ‘Degree-Awarding Multidisciplinary Autonomous Institutions’ By 2035!!

UGC Released Draft Guidelines: Multidisciplinary Autonomous Institutions by 2035. The government planned to develop all affiliated institutions of UGC as ‘degree-awarding multidisciplinary autonomous institutions’ by 2035.  University Grants Commission – UGC announced the guideline which has the details about the three types of multidisciplinary institutions – research-intensive universities, teaching-intensive universities, and degree-awarding autonomous colleges.

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The draft UGC decided to improve the affiliated colleges in India to the range of multidisciplinary autonomous institutions by the year of 2035. As per the guidelines the students of those educational institutions are now able to get double degree from two different institutions, earn 40% credits from outside from the root University to provide the multidisciplinary degrees.

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 Students would also get the facility of enter the masters degree of without writing the entrance exam again like the Under Graduation to study at the partner institution. The institutional collaboration is available. The commission instructed that the collaborations, mergers and opening of the new departments will be done only after taking approval of the concerned regulatory institutions and the Academic Councils of these higher education organizations.

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