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Gujarat Technological University (GTU) has slapped notices to nearly 60 management colleges across the state after finding dismal infrastructure and faculty crunch during a recent inspection. During a recent inspection in around 110 MBA colleges, GTU found that most of them did not have enough teaching staff, lack of infrastructure and equipments, poor library facilities among other.
The inspection also found that the student to faculty ratio was dismal in many colleges. GTU team also found that many colleges did not undertake faculty development programme and did not send their students to innovative councils set up by the varsity. The condition of colleges in rural area, where nearly 4,000 seats were vacant last year, was particularly bad. GTU has directed the colleges to take steps to improve their conditions and if they don’t take the requisite measures, their security deposit will be seized. The deposit amount is ranges from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 40 lakh. The deposits will be seized depending on the quantum of deficiencies in the colleges. The colleges will have to overcome the faculty crunch and improve the infrastructure before the new academic year begins in August. Colleges have also been told start interviews to induct qualified teaching staff. GTU has already sent out notices detailing the college wise deficiency of faculty. The inspection was carried twice in the last six months. The team had also verified the strength of faculties along with their photographs.
Courtesy: Times of India
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