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CCSU Exam: requirement of 40 percent marks in co-curricular subjects abolished – CCSU: Big relief to students, requirement of 40 percent marks in co-curricular subjects abolished, Education News


Chaudhary Charan Singh University has abolished the requirement of students to score 40 percent marks in the external examination of co-curricular subjects in BA, B.Com, B.Sc in Undergraduate NEP. Students will now be considered pass if they score 40 marks in both internal and external. As of now, in the external examination of 75 marks, students are required to score 40 percent i.e. 30 marks. There is no requirement of minimum marks in the internal examination of 25 marks, but combined 40 percent i.e. average of 40 marks is required in both. Due to this rule of the university, 98 percent of the students could not pass in co-curricular subjects in the NEP implemented in session 2021, but under the new rules, most of the students will pass. This rule will also be applicable to students admitted from 2021 onwards. According to the university, if a student now scores 20 out of 25 marks in the internal examination and 20 out of 75 marks in the external examination, then he will be considered passed both together. You will pass even if you get 40 marks in the external exam alone. Vice Chancellor Prof. The above decision was approved in the Academic Council meeting held in the presence of Sangeeta Shukla and Registrar Dhirendra Verma.

Students will give only Rs 250 in bank
According to the university, if students do not pass co-curricular subjects even after the new rules, they will be able to give back paper, but only Rs 250 will be charged from them. Till now this fee was eight hundred rupees. However, students have raised questions on this decision. According to former General Secretary Ankit Adhana, this rule should have been implemented earlier. What will happen to the students who have filled the back paper by paying Rs 800? The university should refund their fees. According to Advocate Nitin Yadav, President of the Self-Financed College Federation, the change in the rules is in the interest of the students, but the university should have given the facility to pass this paper anytime in the three years like the annual system.

B.Ed practical in February, NEP in colleges
Amidst the application process for 5800 TGT posts proposed in DSSB in Delhi from February 8, the university has decided to conduct the missed practicals of B.Ed in the first week of February. According to the Registrar, the university will conduct practicals in the first week and give the results in the third week. Such students will be able to apply. More than two thousand students are to have practicals in B.Ed final.

All UG on campus now in Honors
The university has decided to convert the traditional courses offered at the undergraduate level on campus into honours. On the lines of DU, UG will run NEP Honors course in the university campus. Presently UG courses are offered in Commerce, Chemistry, Hindi, Economics, History and English in the campus. The university has taken this decision to separate itself from the colleges.

PG NEP in colleges from new session
The university is ready to bring PG in colleges under the purview of NEP from the session 2024-25. The Academic Council formed a committee to take a final decision on this. As of now PG NEP is in campus only, whereas in colleges PG is in CBCS (Choice Based Credit System). As soon as NEP is implemented in PG in colleges, there will be similar curriculum in campus-college.

30 posts of teaching assistant approved
The university has approved 30 new posts of Teaching Assistant in the campus. In this, two posts have been created in Economics, three each in Psychology, Political Science, Fine Arts, History, Zoology, six in MASCOM, four in Commerce, one each in Biotechnology, Plant Protection Department, Geography, Law and Sir Chhotu Ram College. will be. The university has also created teaching-non-academic posts in the three government colleges proposed from the new session in Hastinapur, Salarpur and Pabla.

New courses in Asana-Meditation, MPharma also started
The university has also approved new courses from session 2024-25. A three-month basic and advanced level asana and meditation course will start in Yoga Vigyan. One month courses of Yoga and Happiness and Holistic Health and Wellness will be conducted. Value added course will also be started in political science. The university will also start M.Pharm, BA-B.Ed, Forensic Science. Ancient Indian History, BA Hons, PG Diploma in Tourism will be started.

Relaxation in rules in BBA-BCA
The university is preparing to provide relief from NET or PhD requirement for appointment of teachers in BBA-BCA courses. The university is going to give relaxation in minimum qualification on the proposal of colleges for not getting NET-PhD teachers. The university will soon make the committee’s decision public.

here are present
Director Educational Prof. Sanjeev Sharma, Prof. Mridul Gupta, Prof. Hare Krishna, Prof. Bhupendra Singh, Prof. Naveen Chandra Lohani, Prof. Jitendra Dhaka, Prof. Vijay Malik, Prof. Anil Malik, Prof. Ramakant, Prof. Bindu Sharma, Prof. Vikas Sharma, Prof. Rahul Kumar, Dr. Jitendra Kumar, Dr. Vaishali, Deputy Registrar Satya Prakash.