Karnataka government to abandon 4-year UG degree programme
Karnataka government : All India Democratic Student Organisation (AIDSO) has invited the Karnataka government choice of forsaking the four-year degree course and going on with the conventional three-year college degree framework.
Saying that the four-year college degree program isn’t the main issue, AIDSO state secretary Ajay Kamath said that the state government ought to investigate other significant issues in the schooling area, remembering increment for affirmation expense, lack of workforce, deficiency of lodgings, long postpone in giving grant. Kamath further added that if the choice to go on with the conventional three-year UG degree framework is carried out, it will be a triumph for the understudies, instructors, and individuals of the state.
An assertion gave in such manner likewise said Karnataka schooling pastor Sudhakar has likewise spoken about the move and it has been accounted for in papers. The public authority, he added, ought to take choices connecting with advanced education which are helpful for the advancement of training.
The Congress in Karnataka survey statement had vowed to scrap the Public Training Strategy, NEP 2020. The party has additionally vowed to fix changes made to school reading material when the BJP was in power.