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Notification issued by UGC for regulation of online courses- (Press Information Bureau) (06 Aug 2018)

MANU/PIBU/1212/2018

Education

University Grant Commission (UGC) has recently issued a notification on 04.07.2018 for the regulation of Online Courses. This regulation lay down the minimum standards of instruction for the grant of Certificate or Diploma or Degree, through online mode, delivered through interactive technology using internet.

In this regulation, UGC has defined eligibility criteria for higher educational institutions for offering online courses, application for the online courses or programmes, approval process, operation of the Online Courses and programmes, Course or Programme Monitoring and renewal, Quality Assurance.

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