Saturday, May 18, 2019

Higher education Essay

A committee to look into the public presentation of Bangalore University has suggested startting university into five different universities, Bangalore South, North, East, West and Central. The expert committee consisting of Manipal Global Education Chairman T V Mohandas Pai, former vice-chancellors Dr N Rudraiah, Prof N R Shetty, educationists R Natarajan, KRS Murthy, K Narahari and the principal of University Visveswaraya College of engineer (UVCE), Dr K R Venugopal, who is also the special officer has submitted its report to the Karnataka government.Reportedly, the report makes three major recommendations to split Bangalore University into five, to upgrade UVCE as a centre of excellence on par with Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) and Bangalore University to focus on only on research and development. Prof N R Shetty, former VC of Bangalore University, who was on the committee said, Considering the extensive number of colleges affiliated to Bangalore University and the a vailability of funds through Rashtriya Ucchathar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) for creation of new universities, we have recommended that five, including Bangalore University, be shape out of the existing university.As per the report, BU has 614 affiliated colleges and, under the RUSA scheme, there is an option for states to create one university with coke colleges. As far as funds are concerned, it will not be a heart on the State government since the RUSA scheme proposed by MHRD will provide funds for the newly created universities found on the quality of education, Shetty said.There is a need to improve research and technology under Bangalore University. With much(prenominal) a high number of affiliated colleges, it wont be possible to concentrate on research activities, he added, reported New Indian Express.

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