An inquiry has been directed by Rajasthan Higher education department on 151 private colleges
that were found running academic sessions without obtaining the necessary no objection certificates (NOC).
This decision came a week after a high-level enquiry committee was formed by the state against four private universities for disregarding UGC norms. NOC is issued to a college only after the institute has obtained the necessary permissions from the pollution control board, UGC, civic authorities, and the revenue board.
On July 26, A circular signed by AT Pednekar, the joint director of the college education was released instructing the nodal officers of 151 colleges to conduct an enquiry. The Order stated
“You are directed to submit an inquiry report on the current standing of these faculties, pictorial evidence of infrastructure and facilities, most up-to-date affiliation letter, final NOC issued by the point out authorities, Pupil-Instructor ratio, Pupil-Classroom ratio, in-depth report on teachers’ designation clever. All these demanded info really should get to the place of work on or just before August 17.”
Out of the total colleges, the following colleges are from Jaipur:
It has been made clear by the officials that the colleges that have violated the norms will not be spared.
- Sanskar Mahila Faculty at Chomu
- Chelsea Mahila Faculty, Jaipur
- Shaheed Bhagat Singh at Jamwaramgarh
- Laxmi Mahila University at Shahpura
- Abhinav Global Faculty for Girls, Jaipur
- Basant University in Kotputli
An inquiry has been ordered because of the repeated complaints against these institutes. Poor Infrastructure and Shortage of teachers were the most common complaints against these colleges.
According to some officials, Strict actions are to be taken against these colleges, the affiliation of these colleges can also be cancelled. However, it was also made clear that the students who are currently studying will not have to face any problem. The institutes won’t be permitted to run the session from the next session.