Universities of Uttar Pradesh have been victims of politics for decades: CM

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Updated on Apr 26, 2022 11:13 IST

The quality of education was not taken care of. Now that won’t happen. The campaign to free the education department from the mafia will continue with more rigidity, the Chief Minister said.

 Universities of Uttar Pradesh have been victims of politics for decades: CM

Universities of Uttar Pradesh have been victims of politics for decades: CM

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said that it is sad that the Universities of the state have been victims of politics for decades. He further stated that the universities are not just a please for distributing the degrees alone. 

While issuing guidelines to the Vice-chancellors of newly set up state Universities in Aligarh, Saharanpur, Azamgarh, Meerut, Jaunpur and Agra Districts, he said, “The quality of education was not taken care of. Now that won’t happen. The campaign to free the education department from the mafia will continue with more rigidity."

“The state government is committed to ensuring easy availability of quality higher education. For the quality of teaching work, all universities must prepare profiles of teachers of their campuses as well as those of affiliated colleges and upload them on the portal,” the CM said.

“These new state universities have been established by the state government as Maa Shakumbhari State University, Saharanpur, Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh State University, Aligarh and Maharaja Suheldev University, Azamgarh. The universities have become functional,” he said.

“These universities have immense potential for development and huge opportunities to develop a new work culture,” Yogi said. “All necessary assistance will be provided by the state government. These universities will be the ones to create new dimensions in the field of higher education and research in Uttar Pradesh,” the CM said as reported by Hindustan Times.

“In all the newly established universities, full time registrars, assistant registrars, controllers of examination and finance officers should be appointed immediately. The work of creation of new posts as per requirement should be completed at the earliest. There should be no shortage of manpower,” he directed.

“It should be ensured that the organisation preparing the DPR for various development projects does not participate in the tender process for the implementation/construction of the project etc,” Yogi said. The affiliation work of colleges should be completed as soon as possible according to the work area fixed for the three newly established universities. The process should be simplified, he added.

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