A 3 member panel constructed to evaluate the private university proposals: tathya.in

October 2nd, 2012

Following is from an article in tathya.in.

The Odisha Government is going ahead to clear all the pending proposals to set up private universities very soon.

And to scrutinize all the cases, the State Government has appointed a three member expert committee headed by Professor Damodar Achrya, Director IIT Kharagpur.

Other members are IGNOU Director Professor Gopinath Pradhan and eminent educationist and economist, Professor Sudhakar Panda, who was heading Third State Finance Commission.

The three member expert committee will scrutinize 28 proposals pending with State Government for setting up private universities in the state.

Once the expert committee clears the proposal a Committee headed by the Chief Secretary, where Secretary Higher Education is Member Convener, will favor it to Government for preparing the bill and clearance of the State Cabinet to be taken.

Entry Filed under: Private Universities

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  • 1. AMARJEET  |  October 7th, 2012 at 1:22 am

    undoubted;y A revolutionary step by the eminent panel, but will this step is to set up Pvt. universities only ?

    What about the job prospects in it ? interestingly one example may be cited in this context i.e. A national repute Engg Instnn where Odiya students passing out from the instn are not given opportunities. A specific community and more specifically outsiders are only have the moral right to be selected and appointed.

    During the past 3-5 years recruitment data says only fresh outsiders or having ‘C” grade college teaching experience are only given break to the institution ignoring the Odiyas and the specifically the Odiya students who are much more better that the above quality.

    I request the eminent panel to look into the matter and ensure that the striving Odiyas migrating to other states in search of faculty jobs are being given privilege to serve in these universities please for the well being of the community and stop migration.



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