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UGC had written to all universities to implement the scheme to allow students ‘seamless mobility’

Delhi University

NEW DELHI: Delhi University has constituted a seven-part board to propose changes in the varsity’s examination framework with a perspective to executing the ‘decision based credit plan’.

The University Grants Commission ( UGC) had as of late kept in touch with all colleges coordinating them to execute the plan to permit understudies ‘seamless mobility’ crosswise over advanced education establishments and acquire an uniform evaluating framework.

“The DU Vice-Chancellor has constituted a seven-part board of trustees to provide for its suggestions on the execution of the decision based credit framework,” Joint Registrar (Academics), Ram Dutt said.

The board of trustees, which incorporates Dutt, will be going by Sunil Sodhi, Principal of Maharaja Agrasen College.

Different parts of the board are P Hemlatha Reddy, Principal of Sri Venketeswara College, Manoj Sinha, the Aryabhatta College Principal, Manoj Saxena of the Department of Economics at Deen Dayal Upadhyay College, AK Baghi from the Department of Chemistry at Dyal Singh College and Virender Bhardwaj of the Department of Hindi at Shivaji College.

“The board of trustees will draft a dialog paper on key issues, for example, correction needed in the educational program, examination and evaluation frameworks and guaranteeing of credit proportionality,” said Dutt.

It will likewise consider upon the evaluating example, procedure of setting inquiry papers, responsibility of evaluators, credits for each one subject or paper and rules for credit exchange, he included.

The board should submit its report by one month from now taking after which the varsity’s Executive Council and Academic Council will take an approach its suggestions and choose the last gameplan.

According to the order from Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani, the credit-based decision framework will be actualized in the following scholarly session.

The framework means to give “cafeteria” sort access to understudies under which they can study courses of their decision, as well as the credits earned by them can likewise be exchanged. The framework is relied upon to be of extraordinary worth to them in the occasion of their looking for relocation starting with one establishment then onto the next.

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