TSCHE deliberates on affiliation, shift of syllabus from ensuing AY
Hyderabad: The Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) on Thursday convened a casual or unexpected convergence of six vice-chancellors of State universities and the Commissioner of Collegiate Education (CCE).
The casual or unexpected convergence, presided by TSCHE chairman Prof R Limbadri, discussed the pail system, affiliation system, University Management System (UMS) and NAAC grading.
Prof. Limbadri described the pail system as a virtuous first step that enables students to their subjects as per their interests and employable opportunities. The TSCHE officials and VCs also thoroughly discussed the affiliation system and ways to better it. Accordingly, they decided to monetary aid generic affiliation instead of course-wise affiliation to under-graduate grade colleges across the State from the year 2023-24. This first step testament earn the affiliation procedure more pupil and management-friendly. The affiliation procedure, including become bigger or greater and make smaller or less of intake in UG courses, besides opening or closure of courses, testament henceforth be done online through UMS.
To secure virtuous standards in the higher knowledge acquired by learning system, officials decided to spur on all higher institutions in the State to die for National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) grading.