DU colleges will now connect with remote colleges present in Ladakh, Arunachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and many more. There is a college named Vidya Vistar in Madhya Pradesh, a college in Bomdila and many more. Delhi University will connect all of them.
The acting pro-Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University, PC Joshi propose and launched a scheme this year. He proposed that the varsity would now connect with the colleges present in the backward areas to share their expertise and conduct research.
DU COLLEGES WILL CONDUCT RESEARCH AND STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMME
On the other hand, many DU colleges have formulated plans to share their libraries, lectures, and laboratories. They will also insist on mutual research and have conducted a student exchange programme.
DU colleges can themselves choose the institution they want to be partners with. PC Joshi said that his vision is to open up DU to other colleges as well. They have launched a programme that would let colleges present in the backward areas connect with DU. However, some DU colleges have began working on the proposal.
PROVIDE FREE EDUCATION AND CONDUCT JOINT RESEARCH
Aurobindo College is collaborating with a college in Ladakh. Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences is collaborating with a college in Arunachal Pradesh’s Bomdila. The acting pro-Vice-Chancellor said that DU colleges have to choose a remote college of their choice and begin their join research and other work.
Balaram Pani is the Principal of Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences. So, he said that he chose Bomdila college to provide free education and expertise to the students of that college. DU faculty members will teach the students online and their faculty members can also visit here and use the laboratories for research. The authority will make some provisions to let students from Arunachal Pradesh come here.
REMOTE COLLEGE WILL WORK WITH DU COLLEGES TO UPGRADE
Hansraj College will collaborate with two colleges, Government Degree College of Drass College in Ladakh and Government College of Chamba in Himachal Pradesh. The Principal of Hansraj College Rama Sharma said that they must contribute to society. There were times when these colleges were not aware of the Government policies. So, DU colleges can collaborate with them and upgrade them.
DU COLLEGES WILL USE REMOTE LOCATION FOR RESEARCH BY VISITING THERE
On the other hand, Hansraj College will collaborate with more colleges. Some of the colleges are thinking to utilise that remote location for research. The Principal of Aurobindo College said that they are collaborating with a college in Kargil. So, they would send the students to Kargil and conduct research there and know about the culture.
Principal Mamta Sharma of Aditi College said that they are collaborating with a college in Barwani, Madhya Pradesh. So, the college with share library resources, conduct joint research programmes, bring out publications and take up community development initiatives.
On the other hand, Kirorimal College will collaborate with a college in Manipur and Odisha’s Cuttack.
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