Calicut University, CU to initiate disciplinary action against erring colleges

Calicut University, CU to initiate disciplinary action against erring colleges

Calicut University has decided to move ahead with disciplinary action against colleges which have not cooperated with the on-going UG centralised evaluation camps. The meeting of the syndicate examinations standing committee held on Monday decided to summon the principals of 30 colleges which failed to ensure participation of a single teacher in the evaluations camps. The principals will be asked to offer their explanation in person before the varsity authorities on May 21 for the lapse.

Calicut University, CU to initiate disciplinary action against erring colleges

CU to initiate disciplinary action against erring colleges – The varsity will decide on the disciplinary action against the colleges after getting their explanation. Majority of the erring colleges are self-financing colleges.

The varsity is considering stern action including non- allotment of students during the upcoming UG degree admission to the institutions which have completely disregarded the varsity directives to ensure participation of teachers in the evaluation camps.

“We will decide on whether to allot students for UG admission for the erring colleges only if their explanation for non- participation in the evaluation camps is credible,” Joshi said.

 He added that the varsity has asked all the affiliated colleges to upload the details of their teaching staff in the varsity website for centralized admissions. The allotments of students will be made only to those colleges which have enough staff strength for teaching and examination duties, he added. Currently most of the self-financing colleges have not furnished the details of teachers in their roles to the varsity. Joshi added that the varsity has completed the evaluation of the final semester UG examinations and hope to publish the results by May 31. However the evaluation of second semester examinations are still underway and it will have to be extended till second week of June.
 
The varsity had to extend the evaluation camps for the sixth semester and second semester UG examinations following the non- participation of large number of teachers in the evaluation camps. Following it, the varsity had to postpone the fourth semester examinations which were to start on May 10 to the fourth week of May.

 

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