Students must produce voter cards while seeking admission to Maharashtra Universities
Voter enrollment cards will now be among the obligatory documents a seeker above 18 times of age will have to produce while seeking admission to universities in Maharashtra. Aimed at perfecting mindfulness regarding voting, this is anticipated to help dismal namer enrollment among council-going youth.
State Advanced and Technical Education Minister Chandrakant Patil blazoned this during a meeting with office-chancellors( V- Cs) of all public universities, called by Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari in his capacity of Chancellor to all state universities. The meeting was also attended by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis.
Among the other opinions blazoned are that from coming academic time, degree courses will be of four-time term – specified by the National Education Policy( NEP) – opposed to the traditional three times.
A commission of former V- Cs will be formed to resolve issues in the perpetration of NEP.
Chief Electoral Officer of Maharashtra, Shrikant Deshpande, who attended the meeting, appealed to universities to produce electoral knowledge clubs to involve scholars in the popular process, as presently, 90 percent of university and council scholars are out of the namer enrollment list.
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