New Rule Of UGC, Now Ten Years Experience Required To Take Pre-Phd
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has mandated ten years of educational experience for teachers to take pre-PhD course classes in universities.
The University Grants Commission has mandated ten years of educational experience for teachers to take pre-PhD course classes in universities. Under this, two new courses Research and Publication Ethics and Publication Miss Conduct will also be included, which will be a total of thirty hours. This rule of the Commission will come into effect from next session. Deen Dayal Upadhyay (DDU), Gorakhpur University, after the UGC rule came into force, will not be able to take pre-PhD classes from the next semester. The UGC has issued this order to the universities.
Group discussion and experimental sessions will also be included
As per UGC rules, in addition to room teaching in pre-PhD courses in universities and colleges, there will be group discussion and experimental sessions. In this course, assessments can be done on the basis of assessment, assignment, group discussion, class participation and written test. Students will be charged according to university rules.
The responsibility of completing the syllabus on senior teachers
The new teachers will be relieved by the UGC rule, while senior teachers will have the responsibility to complete pre-PhD courses. Research students are required to complete a course of pre-PhD after studying for six months before registering for PhD.
UGC rules will prove to be effective for quality research. It will be ensured in all circumstances. There are enough number of senior teachers in the university, who will easily make their full contribution in this task. – Pro. Hari Sharan, Vice Chancellor, Gorakhpur University
Source – Jagranjosh