Check Validity of courses done from Deemed Varsities
Yes, there is a good news that Human Resources and Development Ministry has adopted a soft corner for the Deemed Universities in the country. In the past the govt was very tough towards the private universities deemed to be.
The students doing various courses through Deemed Universities especially from the Off Campus of Deemed universities do not know anything regarding the validity of the courses. Now the University Grants Commission ( UGC ) has given nod to open multiple centres across the country.
HRD has made a great change in the Rule 2010. As per the new rules after the consent from the MHRD, the Private-run deemed universities can start maximum of six centres. There is no limit to the number of off-campus branches in the case of Govt-run off campus branches.
Therefore almost all the deemed universities stand good chances of having been approved along with their courses.
Total No of Deemed universities in the country -
There are One Hundred and Twenty Deemed Universities in the country. Out of these universities 37 are Govt-run and 11 are govt funded. The others are private institutions.
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Some of the Deemed Universities which can get benefits from this decision -
There shall be a large no of deemed universities getting benefits from this new ruling. But the following varsities will definitely get benefits from this decision of MHRD -
- Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan along with 11 campuses
- Homi Bhabha National Institute, Mumbai
- BITS Pilani
- Indian School of Mines Dhanbad
- Banasthali University, Rajasthan
- Tata Institute of Fundamental Research etc.
We shall update this page with more Deemed universities which may bring benefits from this new ruling.
Our Advice on Deemed University courses -
Before doing any course from any of the universities of the country, check its validity from the official website of UGC. Don't waste your precious time and money. Govt/ UGC keeps changing its decisions on Deemed Universities.
Also see if the course is valid from UGC. Sometimes the university is valid, but some courses are not. Please check updates at the official website or in the newspapers.