The Director of Collegiate Education, C. Poornachandran, has issued a round to regional administrators instructing them to test if the school in self-financing faculties underneath their purview are certified as per the requirement of the affiliated college. A duplicate of the round has been forwarded to the registrars of all universities as properly.
The DCE has instructed the RJDs to additionally test if the school who train the primary topics are additionally certified to show the allied topics. The officers have been instructed to submit the small print of their survey of the upper academic establishments.
The instruction follows a criticism from Tamil Nadu Association of Intellectuals and Faculty that had raised the difficulty primarily based on info it acquired underneath RTI from numerous Self-Financing faculties. The queries revealed that many faculties didn’t appoint school to show allied topics. Instead school with a qualification in a significant topic had been allowed to deal with an allied topic. The affiliation has shared the small print with The Hindu.
It had additionally urged that the Higher Education Department to take cognizance of its criticism and examine the school’s academic qualification. The affiliation stated it adversely impacted the scholars’ training and their grasp of the topic.
The DCE has instructed the regional administrators to problem circulars to the universities on this regard.