More than 150 private colleges of Madhya Pradesh may be charged, know the reason
Employment News- The online process of first year admission in colleges is going on in Madhya Pradesh, whose first phase has also almost reached the completion stage. Due to this, the Higher Education Department had asked private colleges and government colleges to update the information before e-admission, but there are 156 private colleges in the state which have ignored this. Gave.
considered to be indiscipline
The portal was opened twice by the Higher Education Department with a warning, but still some private operators have not updated their information on the portal, ignoring it, due to which the top officials of the Higher Education Department are considering such developments as indiscipline. It is possible that about 156 private colleges can be punished and indiscipline action can be taken against them.
What did the higher education commissioner say on this?
In this regard, when ABP News correspondent discussed with the Higher Education Commissioner Deepak Singh, he said that even before the e-admission process started, the Higher Education Department had informed all the colleges to update the information on the portal, but there are some colleges which have paid attention. Not given or negligent. Therefore, notices have been given to the principals and managers of such colleges and investigation is being done. Based on the report received, action can be taken to suspend the recognition or session of such colleges.
What the OSD Academic Commissioner's Office said
In this regard, OSD Academic Commissioner's Office Dr Dhirendra Shukla has also said that in the case of 156 colleges, it seems that there has been deliberate negligence, so indiscipline action will definitely be taken against them. Even before starting the first year admission process, the Higher Education Department had already ordered all the colleges of the state to issue information repeatedly to register all their necessary information on the portal, but many private operators have tried to hide the information. have tried.