UGC invites comments from public for new Regulations on Faculty Recruitment

New Delhi: The University Grants Commission (UGC) on 18th July 2018 had notified that UGC Regulations on (Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and other Academic staff in Universities & Colleges and other Measure for Maintenance of Higher Educations) 2018.To look into various issue pertaining to implementation of these Regulations , the UGC has constituted an Anomaly Redressal  Committee.

The regulator has now invited feedback/responses from the State Governments, Universities & Colleges and faculty and other stakeholders regarding the issues involved in implementing these Regulations for consideration of above said committee.

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The UGC informed that the responses may be sending to the UGC on prcanomaly2018@gmail.com latest by 15 December 2018 to enable UGC to place them before the committee for consideration.



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  1. Faculty must have industrial background for 2 to 3 yrs for professional courses. Teaching and research are associated but not necessarily dependent on each other. Emphasis should be on teaching skill, practical knowledge with industry background.

  2. I think Only 55% in PG and Net Qualification is sufficient for Appointment of Teachers and other Academic staff in Universities & Colleges and other Measure for Maintenance of Higher Educations after that we should take written exam all India level like Upsc. After that we can allot university and colleges with rank with choice

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