One of the most important recommendations of the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 was dual degree courses. That is, the UGC said, students can participate in two degree courses simultaneously based on their interest. Recently UGC has issued a guideline for universities. There the students are directed to ensure that there is no difficulty in the course of the two degrees.
According to the National Education Policy, the University Grants Commission (UGC) states that willing students can join two degree courses simultaneously. In this regard, permission was given to participate in two academic programs together in April last year. After the respective announcement many students applied for admission in two courses simultaneously. But therein lies the problem. According to the students, in case of admission to the second course, the educational institutions ask them for the migration certificate of the previous course/institution, school leaving certificate. As a result, due to lack of relevant documents, they face problems in getting admission in their preferred courses.
Recently, to solve this problem, the UGC has issued a guideline for the purpose of the universities, where the students’ interests have been properly protected and their problems have been solved.
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In the relevant guidelines, the UGC has asked the universities to devise a system through which students can simultaneously attend two degree courses without any difficulty. Universities have been directed to implement this system in the larger interest of students.