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    NEP-2020: Restructuring Institutions and Quality of Education

    A university will mean a multidisciplinary institution of higher learning that offers undergraduate and graduate programs with high-quality teaching, research, and community engagement

    "It will function as the common, single point regulator for the higher education sector including teacher education and excluding medical and legal education, thus eliminating the duplication of regulatory efforts by the multiple regulatory agencies that exist." File/ GK

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    The NEP (2020) has offered a mandate for change and a complete overhaul of the higher education for India. It has recommended a wide range of changes for its stakeholders – students, teachers, staff, service providers, and even the government itself. One may accurately call it a national ‘restructuring’ policy for education. Transformation starts with restructuring and thus makes restructuring important and critical.

    Higher Education (HE) monitoring and controlling institutions like UGC, AICTE, MCI, DCI, and INC will be merged with the Higher Education Commission of India (HECI) as a single regulator for HEIs. The first vertical of the Higher Education Commission of India (HECI) will be the National Higher Education Regulatory Council (NHERC).

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    It will function as the common, single point regulator for the higher education sector including teacher education and excluding medical and legal education, thus eliminating the duplication of regulatory efforts by the multiple regulatory agencies that exist.

    NHERC will be set up to regulate in a ‘light but tight’ and facilitative manner, important matters particularly financial probity, good governance, and the complete online and offline public self-disclosure of all finances, and audits, procedures, infrastructure, faculty/staff, courses.

    This information will have to be made available and kept updated and accurate by all higher education institutions on a public website maintained by NHERC and on the institutions’ websites. Feedback from randomly selected students, including differently-abled students at each HEI, will be solicited online to ensure valuable input for the betterment of the system.

    The second vertical of HECI will be a ‘meta-accrediting body’ called the National Accreditation Council (NAC). A robust system of graded accreditation shall be established, which will specify phased benchmarks for all HEIs to achieve set levels of quality, self-governance, and autonomy.

    The third vertical of HECI will be the Higher Education Grants Council (HEGC), which will provide funding to higher education based on transparent criteria, including the IDPs prepared by the institutions and the progress made in their implementation.

    HEGC will be entrusted with the disbursement of scholarships and developmental funds for launching new focus areas and expanding quality program offerings at HEIs across disciplines and fields.

    The fourth vertical of HECI will be the General Education Council (GEC), which will frame expected learning outcomes for higher education programs, referred to as ‘graduate attributes’. A National Higher Education Qualification Framework (NHEQF) will be formulated by GEC.

    It will be in sync with the National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF) to ease the integration of vocational education into higher education. Higher education qualifications leading to a degree/diploma/certificate shall be described by NHEQF in terms of such learning outcomes.

    The GEC shall set up facilitative norms for issues, such as credit transfer, equivalence, etc., through the NHEQF. The GEC will be mandated to identify specific skills students must acquire during their academic programmes.

    The professional councils, such as the Indian Council for Agricultural Research (ICAR), Veterinary Council of India (VCI), National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE), Council of Architecture (CoA), National Council for Vocational Education and Training (NCVET), will act as Professional Standard Setting Bodies (PSSBs).

    They will play a key role in the higher education system and will be invited to be members of the GEC. These bodies, after restructuring as PSSBs, will continue to draw the curricula, lay down academic standards, and coordinate between teaching, research, and extension of their domain/discipline, as members of the GEC.

    The main thrust of NEP (2020) regarding higher education is to end the fragmentation of higher education by transforming higher education institutions into large multidisciplinary universities, colleges, and HEI clusters, each of which will aim to have 3,000 or more students.

    A university will mean a multidisciplinary institution of higher learning that offers undergraduate and graduate programs with high-quality teaching, research, and community engagement.

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    UGC guidelines for Transforming HEI’s into Multidisciplinary Institutions

    Guidelines for Transforming Higher Education Institutions into Multidisciplinary Institutes The University Grants Commission (UGC) is all set to release the finalised guidelines to transform single-stream institutions into large multidisciplinary universities and autonomous degree-awarding educational institutions as mandated in the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. The draft guidelines for Transforming Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) into Multidisciplinary

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    Guidelines for Transforming Higher Education Institutions into Multidisciplinary Institutes

    The University Grants Commission (UGC) is all set to release the finalised guidelines to transform single-stream institutions into large multidisciplinary universities and autonomous degree-awarding educational institutions as mandated in the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020.

    The draft guidelines for Transforming Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) into Multidisciplinary Institutions were made public for comment and suggestions in March this year.

    India currently has various stand-alone and domain-specific institutions and universities. The move pertinent for the higher educational system to phase out stand-alone, fragmented and domain-specific HEIs and replace them with multidisciplinary institutes.

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    The guidelines further recommend opening departments for languages, literature, music, philosophy, Indology, art, dance, theatre, education, mathematics, statistics, and more to achieve a multidisciplinary character.

    The new guidelines also intend to bring affiliated colleges on to the “track of progressive autonomy” leading to a degree-awarding institution and finally into a university as mandated in National Education Policy (NEP 2020). Currently, colleges are connected with universities through an “affiliating system” where universities design the syllabi, conduct examinations and award degrees, while teaching is done in colleges.

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    As per the guidelines, by 2035, all affiliated colleges should become degree-awarding multidisciplinary autonomous institutions.”

    According to the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, all HEIs should aim to become interdisciplinary by 2040, with thousands of students enrolled. In order to ensure equity and inclusion, more HEIs will be developed in underserved areas, and by 2030, there should be one large multidisciplinary HEI in or close to every district. This goal can be reached by developing new institutions in addition to consolidating, growing, and improving existing HEIs.

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    UGC colleges to all become multidisciplinary, draft guidelines released

    All UGC colleges will be turned into multidisciplinary institutions. UGC has released the draft guidelines for the same as well. Here's how it will benefit students.

    UGC colleges to all become multidisciplinary, draft guidelines released

    UGC colleges to all become multidisciplinary, draft guidelines released All UGC colleges will be turned into multidisciplinary institutions. UGC has released the draft guidelines for the same as well. Here's how it will benefit students.

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    All UGC colleges will be turned into multidisciplinary institutions. UGC has released the draft guidelines for the same as well. Here's how it will benefit students.

    Colleges and universities in India are set to turn multidisciplinary with the latest draft guidelines released by University Grants Commission, UGC for transforming Higher Education Institutions, HEIs. With this change, various departments will cover a wide range of subjects and help students better understand how different subjects of study correlate when it comes to real-life applications.

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    Step taken by UGC based on NEP 2020

    The draft guidelines have been framed by UGC based on the National Education Policy 2020 recommendations which include the establishment of large multidisciplinary HEIs in or near every district by 2030.

    The NEP also states that by 2035, all affiliated colleges should become degree-awarding multidisciplinary autonomous institutions. Such a step would allow colleges and universities to have a wide diversity of available subjects and also provide more online education opportunities.

    The central government is working towards more prevalent Online Distance Learning, ODL format of studies.

    How this move will help students

    The recent UGC guidelines for multidisciplinary higher education will help both students and colleges.

    If a student has taken admission in one college to complete their first degree, they can carry out their second degree from a partnering institution without having to go through the admission process again.

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    Multidisciplinary HEIs may also seek collaboration if they want to add more programmes and expand. Integrated programmes will be able to give a combination of benefits from two degrees to students.

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    How will HEIs become multidisciplinary?

    All UGC colleges will be turned into degree-awarding multidisciplinary autonomous institutions as per the UGC draft guidelines.

    With this, colleges will have a stronger infrastructure and new-age subject combinations for various courses.

    UGC has formulated three approaches to turn HEIs into multidisciplinary institutions: academic collaboration between institutions, merger of single-stream institutions with other multidisciplinary institutions, and strengthening of institutions by adding departments in subjects.

    UGC said it in draft: “A multidisciplinary institution should not only have different departments, but also imaginative and flexible curricular structures to enable creative combinations of disciplines for study.”

    “Innovative programmes of a multi- and interdisciplinary nature help widen learners’ thinking and learning capability and train them to address emerging challenges. An approach to help students to follow their passion is, therefore, a key recommendation towards innovative and flexible education,” it added.

    Read: Explained: How will NEP 2020 change the education system in India?Read: 8 important questions to ask before taking up multidisciplinary courses

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