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Lens on BEd admissions

Kolhan University has decided to enforce its authority over constituent colleges to ensure BEd admissions, so far riddled with complaints of anomalies, are henceforth finalised only after its final nod.

At its 21st syndicate meeting held on Monday in Chaibasa, the university has decided to ask all colleges to first prepare a merit list of deserving candidates along with a waiting list and send it to the university for approval.

The university would not only check the merit list, which is often filed with a number of discrepancies, it would also verify all certificates and attestations of candidates’ extra-curricular activities like NSS or sports.

Once the university is satisfied about all these parameters, it would approve the list and the colleges would be free to conduct admissions.

“There are too many complaints in BEd admissions with a number of candidates making all kinds of claims and allegations. So, we have developed this system so that the university has the last say in the admission process,” said M.K. Mishra, assistant registrar of Kolhan University.

All syndicate members, including new vice-chancellor R.P.P. Singh, attended Monday’s meeting which also approved annual plans for 2014-2015.

The university’s proposal would now be sent to the state human resources development department for approval.

Among the infrastructure updates included in the plan are university campus development for Rs 7.01 crore, a central library for Rs 1.77 crore, construction of hostels — boys for Rs 1.98 crore and girls for Rs 1.95 crore — additional classrooms and other facilities for ABM College in Jamshedpur for Rs 20 lakh and campus development at Ghatshila College for Rs 2.27 crore.

The syndicate meeting also decided to start LLM at the Jamshedpur Co-operative Law College, which already runs LLB, and named member Rajesh Shukla as nodal officer to implement the new course.


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