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The New Indian Express |  Express News Service |  11th December 2015 |

NEW DELHI: The University Grants Commission (UGC) has constituted an expert committee to study the impact and outcome of various research schemes being carried out by institutes and outline the roadmap of various research projects for the next 10 years.  The move is being seen as ways to hold the universities and institutes accountable for the research work being carried out, its relevance, efficacy and impact on the quality of education.

The institutes have been asked to provide data under heads such as ‘deliverables of the scheme’,  the grants allocated under the scheme during the 12th Plan Period and the amount spent. Information has also been sought within 30 days on publication of research papers under various schemes and outcome of the scheme in way of M.Phil and Ph.D awarded as well as patent approved and filed as an outcome of the scheme. Besides, institutes have been asked to furnish information on whether the universities have formed any assessment mechanism of the research being carried out and the mode of assessment. –  Courtesy   /    Published on 09/12/2015  UGC Letter and Proforma for Inviting Inputs from Universities on verious aspects related to the efficacy of different research schemes of the UGC


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