Delhi University College Ramanujan has declared openly that it will be proposing a crash course for Common University Entrance Test/Exam (CUET) competitors, even as DU (Delhi University) officials said the information was relinquished on Friday pursuing an over the action.
The advertisement declaring openly the crash course was distributed widely on social media platforms with professors denouncing the move, telling the forecasts about CUET (Common University Entrance Test) facilitating coaching culture are going to be true.
As per the advertisement, the crash course is going to be given by the University institute with Indian Accounting Association NCR Chapter and a corporation Taxman assisting as the information companion.
DU’s ( Delhi University College ) Academic Council component and a professional of the university, Dr. Alok Pandey, said the announcement has been vacated from the website. The registration/enrollment for the course started on the 10th of May.
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The advertisement indicates a ‘non-refundable’ participation expense of Rs.12,000 inclusive of the expense of research substance. The advertisement for the coaching comments on university Principal SP Aggarwal as a partner of the Advisory Council. Texts and Calls to the administrator did not evoke any reaction.
Meanwhile, Delhi University’s (DU) Dean of University Professor Balaram Pani said the varsity wasn’t aware that such classes are being given by the universities. “We weren’t familiar with it first. As soon as we got the data, we inquired the universities to relinquish the announcement. We have inquired of this from them to either provide free coaching,” Mr. Balaram Pani said.
Delhi University (DU) Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh said Yogesh Singh too was not conscious but put in that a University is not able to do this.