‘The two-day event will be attended by 65 Vice-Chancellors from across the country’
The second conference of Vice-Chancellors of innovative universities will concentrate on modalities to be received for improving the nature of the instructional method and making it increasingly available to a bigger populace and increment the Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) from current degree of 21% to 30%.
Itemizing the proposed deliberations at the two-day conference on February 13 and 14 at Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University(JNTU), Anantapur, Vice-Chancellor S. Srinivas Kumar said the possibility of a ‘virtual’ innovative college in the nation would be talked about by the strategy creators at the occasion.
At a question and answer session here on Tuesday, Mr. Srinivas Kumar said higher officials of education would examine a few issues that should be tended to at Central and State government levels.
“The key takeaways for the 65 Vice-Chancellors going to the conference will be to know the best academic practices and actualize them in their college to improve the nature of education,” the Vice-Chancellor called attention to. Another takeaway would be an entrance to the world’s best magazines at a lot less expensive cost for the understudies of each taking part school, he included.
AICTE To Hold A Session
While Minister for Education A. Suresh will go to the meeting on the two days, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Chairman A. Sahasrabudhe and National Education Policy draft board of trustees part K. Ramachandran will talk on the very first moment. National Board of Accreditation Chairman K.K. Aggarwal will talk on ‘Reevaluating Excellence in Technical Education’.
The AICTE will all the while holding a session for 400 school delegates on the way toward getting its endorsement at the JNTUA Engineering College theater on February 13.
Boss Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy and Governor Biswabhushan Harichandan had at first assented to go to the occasion on the two days, however, their visits were dropped.
Area Collector Gandham Chandrudu and Superintendent of Police B. Satya Yesu Babu investigated the setting on Tuesday evening.
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