Bazinga: UGC to send inspection team to all Delhi University colleges

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The University Grants Commission in a recent notice notified the Varsity that they will be sending an inspection team  to all the colleges. The team will first visit North Campus and then go on to the South. This move by the UGC came within a week following the Bar Council of India’s (BCI) letter to the Varsity recommending the closure of the Campus Law Center. Seeing the number of irregularities in the Law Faculty which had been ignored for a long time the UGC is taking measures to ensure that similar irregularities are not present in the colleges. The authorities are not taking any chances after the ‘Law Faculty fiasco’, as it is being called. The inspection team will be checking whether there are adequate number of permanent faculty members, the state of infrastructure, etc. Additionally, there will be feedback from the students as to whether the education standards are up to the expected level.

In case a college is found not running according to the UGC norms, the respective college would be given a notice requesting it to make the necessary changes within a stipulated period of time. And if the college fails to make the changes, a notice for ‘termination of affiliation’ will be sent making it clear that Delhi University is taking this very seriously. The most immediate effect is seen in the Ramjas canteen which suddenly seems to have a hygienic healthy menu, and Wi-Fi routers are being set up in all colleges. This new move by the UGC and the sudden response from the University seems to have set in motion what looks like a definite step towards effective administration. Maybe this is UGC’s own parallel to the BJP’s ‘Acche Din Ayenge’.

Disclaimer: Bazinga is DU Beat’s weekly column of almost believable fake news!

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