Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister CN Ashwathnarayan on Tuesday mentioned that the concept to make Common Entrance Test (CET) efficiency as the factors for admission to Bachelor of Science (BSc) course has been dropped. Narayan immediately held a assembly with vice-chancellors with regard to tutorial actions, clarified that the concept to make CET marks because the parameter for admission to the BSc course has been dropped.
Earlier, it was mentioned, in view of the cancellation of the II PUC examination, that the division of upper training had been mulling to make CET marks as the premise for admission to the BSc course.
Apart from this, issues associated to discovering methods to accommodate the variety of college students whose quantity will be elevated for the diploma programs, implementation of E-Office software program have been additionally mentioned.
Varsities requested to begin diploma programs
The universities of the state have been requested to act in the direction of beginning the undergraduate programs from the present tutorial 12 months, as per NEP. This 12 months, the variety of college students in search of admission will improve because the II PUC examination is cancelled. If the schools begin 4-year undergraduate programs, that may assist to accommodate extra college students and it is usually a possibility on the proper time for varsities to provoke this, Narayana mentioned.
‘E-Office’ software program to go on the path from June 25
The Unified University College Management System, a net portal-based software program developed by the division of E-Office, has been given permission to go on the trial run from June 25.
Keeping in thoughts the calendar of occasions, it has been determined to dedicate ‘The Unified University College Management System’ by July 15, and to facilitate this, the trial will be carried out, he knowledgeable and requested all of the involved establishments to be prepared with this method by July 15.
The minister additionally directed all of the vice chancellors of the schools to do all of the correspondences with the federal government solely by way of ‘E-Office’ mode and advised, it has been made obligatory to implement E-Office.
The calendar of educational actions for the subsequent two years has already been set earlier, and, vice chancellors have been requested, whether or not to proceed as per the schedule or any modifications required to be made. Vice chancellors have been requested to start the admission for the first-year diploma programs within the first week of October as per the calendar, Narayana mentioned.
It was mentioned within the assembly about conducting semester exams which can be pending due to Covid.