The university of Calicut is predicted to begin admission process to 18 courses beneath the school of distance education soon.
This follows an order from the Kerala high court on Thursday. A case have been filed within the court docket towards the lack of permission from the country authorities for each the school of Kerala and the university of Calicut to run publications for which the Sreenarayana Guru open university had no longer sought approval.
In advance, the university had the permission to run 25 publications. Now, 7 language courses have been excluded from the listing.
In keeping with Syndicate sources, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has asked the university to document a file through November 15 after calling for applications to the distance education courses. Earlier, the school become requested to put up the file by using October 31. The government had been as a consequence making plans to start the admission procedure for the 9 courses that the government had authorized it to run. With the court now permitting admissions to 9 more courses, admission notification is probably to be issued for they all within the coming days.
Meanwhile, Ugin Morely, chairperson of the Syndicate standing committee on distance education, stated on Thursday that efforts were on to start as a minimum 10 online undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Instructions could begin by means of January next year. Discussions are on to determine the digital platform to be used for the cause. The college is likewise making efforts to get government permission to start branch campuses abroad.