Kolkata: The national authorities will shape a monitoring committee to assess the standard of training at various private institutions across Bengal, better training minister Partha Chatterjee said.
During his speech, he clarified that no private universities can perform distance education.
While speakme in the Assembly, Chatterjee on Wednesday said that the monitoring committee would conduct an assessment to study the quality of schooling in all the non-public establishments, and the committee will submit the assessment file for the country authorities to review. Chatterjee stated that the state authorities will maintain an eye fixed on the same old schooling furnished by these establishments.
The authorities will make essential amendments to the respective legal guidelines strengthening the higher training department to impose restrictions on issuing certificates through diverse private universities inside the country. “We will no longer permit the private universities to indulge in the commercial enterprise of making a profit from issuing various instructional certificates to the scholars. These universities are becoming the clearance from the Centre and thereby running within the kingdom. No personal universities could be allowed to conduct distance-gaining knowledge of guides. The be counted would be mentioned inside the Assembly after the tracking committee submits its file,” Chatterjee informed the House.
He yet again despatched throughout a robust message that a committee has already been set up to study the charge structure of numerous private establishments and schools. Those who are receiving excessive costs will be nailed down, he clarified.
Meanwhile, the Swami Vivekananda University Bill, 2019, was passed within the Assembly on Wednesday after the better schooling department obtained a suggestion regarding the putting in place of the university at Barrackpore in North 24-Parganas. The self-financing private college could be built in Swami Vivekananda to cater to the developing quantity of college students. The proposed college would deal in diverse specialized fields like science, technology, law,
management, social sciences, remedy, schooling, humanities, and appearing arts.
When requested by the Opposition MLAs if the country authorities go for the privatization of the instructional establishments, Chatterjee stated: “We are not in favor of permitting privatization in education. Conversely, we’re looking to manage the private educational institutions.”