The University Grants Commission (UGC) committee shaped to propose measures standardize the working in higher education organizations after the COVID-19 emergency may not present its report on April 13.
The UGC on April 6 framed the seven-part master committee headed by the Central University of Haryana, Vice-Chancellor, RC Kuhad to recommend measures to manage the postponement in the academic cycle because of 21-day lockdown.
The lockdown, authorized to control the spreads of coronavirus, started on March 25 yet establishments have started suspending classes and getting out grounds a long time before that. The committee has gotten recommendations from all quarters. The seven-part committee which was to present its report on April 13, is as yet taking a shot at planning its last proposals.
“We will be all the more clear about the circumstance by tomorrow, April 14 as right now no one has any thought regarding the common circumstance,” a part revealed to Careers360 asking not to be named. April 14 was initially the day the lockdown was to be lifted. In any case, there have been solid indications, both from the prime priest and chief ministers, that it might proceed.
“The committee is dealing with the measures that can be proposed and we need to take a gander at different perspectives and contemplate various areas and foundations of the nation,” said the committee part, including that various organizations have various difficulties.
“A lot of proposals have been pouring in from various quarters and we are in the report and as yet taking a shot at it.” He included that they are “confident to submit it at the earliest opportunity”.
Different individuals from the master committee incorporated the vice-chancellors of Banasthali Vidyapith, Panjab University, Shri Vaishnav Vidyapeeth Vishwavidlyala, executive of Inter-University Accelerator Center and two joint secretaries of the UGC.
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