Maharashtra Government plans to bifurcate all universities in the state

April 8, 2010 at 7:09 pm Leave a comment

Following report is from PTI:

Mumbai, Apr 7 (PTI) Maharashtra Government plans to bifurcate all universities in the state to improve the quality of education and administration.

Replying to the debate on budgetary demands of the higher and technical education, minister Rajesh Tope told the legislative assembly that a committee has been set up to study the issue and recommend to the government on how to move ahead with the proposal.

The report would be submitted in three months, he said, adding the aim will be to have 250 colleges affiliated to one university. There can be campuses of universities like Mumbai, Pune in different parts of the state with an independent pro-Vice Chancellor.

To improve the quality of education, Tope also said he will convene a meeting of all vice chancellors to discuss having a uniform curriculum for all the universities in the state.


Entry filed under: Educational Policy, Higher Education, Higher Education Zone, India.

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