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The UGC Live Session: Invites universities for online lecture: The topic is “ Academic Best Practices: Some Case Studies

The UGC Live Session: Invites universities for online lecture: The topic is “ Academic Best Practices: Some Case Studies

UGC is conducting an important lecture on best practices in higher education. The IISc Bangalore professor gave the first lecture on April 27.

You can be a part of the live session! By clicking on the below link!

Website- https://www.ugc.ac.in/
YouTube link- https://youtube.com/channel/UClbbWYTjSiXnhShJ0Z1-05g
Twitter handle- https://twitter.com/ugc_india

The University Grants Commission begins with a year-long lecturer series on the best practices in higher education. The Commission has taken the initiative and decided to impart lectures once a month; it started in April. UGC has given invitations to state, private, and central deemed universities to come forward and participate in the first lecture. The first lecture in the lecture series of UGC will be delivered by the honorable Professor of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore, Govindan Rangarajan ( Director of the IISc), on the topic “ Academic Best Practices: Some Case studies,” the timing of the lecturer was 10.30 Am, the session has begun. The lecture is live webcast on the Twitter hand of UGC, and it is live on Youtube Channel. You can join the live session.

In inviting the universities, Professor Rajnish Jain, the honorable Sectary, has stated in the official statement, “ I invite you to join the online lecture on the date and time mentioned above and also request you to bring this to the notice of all faculty members and students of your institution and encourage them to join. I am confident that some of the best practices may help you improve the quality of education you have been striving to achieve.”

Via this series of lectures, UGC aims to recognize the worth of adopting best practices in higher education and use such practices to improve universities and colleges across India. The UGC notification shows the unique patterns they follow in instruction, research, and extension.

Meanwhile, AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) and UGC (University Grants Commission) have advised students not to do higher studies in Pakistan. “ Any Indian national or overseas citizen who intends to take admission in any degree college or educational institution of Pakistan shall not be eligible for seeking employment or higher studies in India based on such educational qualifications acquired in Pakistan,” the statement was given in the official notification of AICTE and UGC.

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