UGC Given Warning about Admission in 12 Private Universities

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The University Grants Commission (UGC) forewarned watchmen and understudies around 10 private colleges utilizing unapproved grounds, confronting leading body of trustees clashes, or generally ridiculing the Private University Act-2010, as indicated by another organization.

The commission said understudies and gatekeepers ought to look for data about these colleges before choosing to go to them. This was done to alert understudies and their watchmen with the goal that understudies are not hoodwinked by being admitted to emergency torn colleges.

The UGC have prescribed to the Education Ministry that they make a move against colleges that are not complying with the law. The commission declared that three colleges’ leading body of trustees were influenced by strife amongst individuals and were utilizing unapproved grounds. One college had their licenses wiped out by the legislature however were working under court orders, and another six were utilizing grounds that were not endorsed.

The establishments whose sheets are driven by strife are IBAIS University, Sylhet International University and Brittania University. These three colleges are working on grounds that have not been endorsed, but rather keep on functioning under the aegis of court requests.

The legislature prior drop the licenses of America Bangladesh University however they stay in business under positive court orders. Six colleges are running unapproved grounds, the commission said. They are-BGC Trust University; International Islamic University, Chittagong; Southern University; University of Science and Technology, Chittagong; Queens University; and University of Information Technology and Sciences.

Two America Bangladesh University have gotten court orders to support them. The news office said, UGC was exploring abnormalities at private colleges and said they would issue a rundown of colleges working