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There is no distance course from Deemed University since 2018:

There is no distance course from Deemed University since 2018:

 The Supreme Court has saidThe Supreme Court has said that unless specially inspected by statutory authorities, no special-specific approval will be given for distance learning courses to off-campus centers.

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today stayed all the coordinated universities across the country to continue the distance learning curriculum from the academic year 2018-19 without prior approval of the regulatory authorities and ordered a CBI investigation to give retrospective sanction to the four.

A bench of Justice Adarsh ​​Kumar Goel and UU Lalit directed the CBI probe into the operation of the UGC officers, who had approved four deemed universities against the policy and the former posts in the operation of these institutions, who have For their situation was misused. Their business interests

The apex court said that commercialization of education "seriously affects the credibility of standards in education, the power of knowledge and destruction of essence and affects the severity of excellence and ability" and instructed the University Grants Commission (UGC). That such institutions should be 'university' within a month from today

The Supreme Court has directed that the degree of students who pursue engineering in the academic session of 2001-05 from four deemed universities - JRN Rajasthan University, Advanced Study Institute in Education (ISE), Rajasthan, Allahabad Agriculture Institute (AAI) And the research foundation of Vinayak Mission, Tamil Nadu, will remain suspended. The court also withdrawn the engineering degree awarded to the students who were admitted in the distance learning mode in these four equivalent universities after the academic session 2001-05.

The court also called the four preceding approvals given by the UGC as "false" and "illegal", and said that such institutions are not suitable for introducing any new curriculum without the approval of technical education. AICTE

"It goes without saying that any promotion or advancement in the career will be withdrawn on the basis of such a degree, although there will not be any monetary benefit or benefit," Justice Lalit wrote the 118-page verdict. . For the bench, said

The apex court directed the AICTE to conduct examinations for those students who are suspended till 15 January 2018, and these students should not be given more than two occasions to clear the examination. The bench clarified that if the students have cleared the test within the prescribed time, then all the benefits will be restored and their degree will start again.

If the students do not clean the examination within the stipulated time then their degree will be canceled and on the basis of that degree every single benefit will stand.

"Those students, who do not want to use this option, will be returned by the tuition fees and other charges to the entire amount deposited within one month of such an option."

It withdrew the profits earned on the basis of such a degree but instructed that the full amount of such amount will be refunded up to 31 May 2018 for tuition fees and other expenditure to the concerned students.

The apex court has directed the Center to constitute a three-member committee, which has held high posts in the field of education, investigation, administration or law at the national level within a month.

No curricular-specific approvals for off-campus centers or distance learning courses will be given to study centers, unless they are inspected individually and can be found adequately by statutory authorities.

It has been said that the committee can examine the issues and within six months can recommend a road map for strengthening and establishing inspection and regulatory mechanism in the respective areas of higher education and related issues.

The committee has said that the panel can suggest a neglect mechanism to regulate universities and the center can investigate its report and take appropriate action within one month and on one of the actions taken on August 31, 2018, Can file an affidavit.

This decision came on a batch of appeals challenging the order of the High Court of Orissa and Punjab and Haryana, through which former diploma holders were given degrees by the recognized universities through distance learning to the holders of the diploma That is valid by the universities provided by certain universities. Later such a degree was declared invalid


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