JNTU Hyderabad proposes four new courses in Engineering and Pharmacy

JNTU Hyderabad proposes four new courses in Engineering and Pharmacy
x
Highlights

JNTU Hyderabad has taken a crucial decision amidst concerns over the quality standards in engineering education.

JNTU Hyderabad has taken a crucial decision amidst concerns over the quality standards in engineering education. The University has drafted several changes to the rules and regulations to tighten the affiliation of colleges. As part of this, JNTU Hyderabad has approved four new courses in BTech this year with Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science & IT, Computer Science and Business Systems, IT and Engineering Courses. With the increase in four branches, the number of courses in B Tech has now increased to 22.

Similarly, the University has cancelled four courses and brought four new courses in M Pharmacy. The newly approved courses are Pharmacy Practice, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance, respectively. However, the JNTUH has advised that colleges can increase the number of new courses and seats if the state government allows it and placed the draft on the website and invited for advice and suggestions.

The JNTU Hyderabad also clarified that it is the responsibility of the college management if the faculty qualifications are found to be fake. It warned that the affiliate identity would be revoked if the regulations were not followed. The draft stipulated the implementation of the biometric attendance policy for all students and faculty as well.

The JNTU advised colleges to send the service registers to the universities besides with salary details of the employees. "Each college is mandated to have a governing body and should meet twice a year to send resolutions to the University online. The online system has been set up to resolve the problems of students and staff and the grievances should be resolved within a week," the draft reads.

Show Full Article
Print Article
Next Story
More Stories
ADVERTISEMENTS