ABC allows students to collect 50% of their program credit from any university other than the one he or she enrolled.
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UB2 format will present this format at the August meeting of the Academic Council. The Delhi University Teachers’ Association opposes it because it means redefining the university system and changing it to open schooling. Under the ABC, now a gazetted regulation, students can collect credits and deposit for seven years. They have the flexibility to raise 50% credit from institutions like ABC Pool and SWAYAM and use them even if they later decide to take a break from studying.
“It was recommended that multiple entry and exit schemes and ABCs should be implemented in the university to maintain the quality of education. Permission to earn credit from other universities for courses and other courses at the university,” said the minutes of the meeting. Gives. ”
The Committee on Side Admission / Re-Admission added, “For students of other universities registered under the ABC system, eligible students will be allowed side admission after the entrance examination. Academic and infrastructural facilities are available considering the equipment etc. ”
However, many teachers felt that it would destroy the health of higher education institutions and lead to a degree of meaningfulness.
Ava Dev Habib, a physics teacher at Miranda House, is satisfied, “The Swam Regulation, ABC and Blended Learning Regulation must be looked at together. This means that about 70% of teaching-learning will go online. Will want to study, and it will be in online mode. With online courses, the concept of teacher-student ratio will no longer exist, as in IGNOU, which meets the needs of millions of students. ”
Rajesh Jha, a political science teacher at Rajdhani College, described ABC as “putting a car in front of a horse”.
“Universities have been forcibly imposed on ABCs under NEP 2020 for basicization and contractualization,” Jha complained.
“This will adversely affect the quality of education in public-funded universities where half the students come from reserved departments, including economically backward groups.”
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