The questions of net-set holders are ignored at the government and administrative levels. The struggle over the issues is going on and the work will continue on various issues,’ said net-set holders. A resolution to create a second post for Sociology was approved in a meeting organized by ‘NET-SET, PhD Holder Sangharsh Samiti’.
The Divisional Session of ‘NET-SET, PhD Holders Sangharsh Samiti’ was held in Aurangabad on Sunday. Dr. The gathering held at Babasaheb Ambedkar Research Center was attended by net-set holders from various districts. Dr. State Coordinator on the platform. Parameshwara Paul, Dr. Pramod Tambe, Prof. Suresh Devde-Patil, Dr. Amol Mhaske guided the participants. He raised various questions and problems.
Officials said that the committee has been fighting with the government for the past several years regarding NET-SET, various issues of PhD holders and recruitment. In the session, the committee raised demands for 100 percent faculty recruitment, speeding up the ongoing recruitment, equal pay for equal work, appointment of university-recognised full-time faculty in unaided colleges; Also, three resolutions were taken in today’s session. This time Dr. Vishwas Deshmukh, Dr. Ramesh Waghmare, Dr. Ganesh Nagre, Prof. S. N Lonkar, Dr. Santosh Jadhav, Vikas Gavai along with NET-SET, PhD holders were present.
Some resolutions were tabled with various demands including filling up of vacant posts of professors. In this Dr. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University said that the resolution to create a second post for sociology was approved. Mhaske said. Dr. also said that the fight for the second post for sociology in Marathwada has been going on for many years. Mhaske said.
Grant will be given only after ‘NAC’ assessment
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has made NAC assessment mandatory for granting grants to colleges, and this decision has been taken for the purpose of quality higher education, informed through ‘UGC’. Due to this decision, the colleges will have to undergo NACC assessment if they want the grant.
The status awarded to higher education institutions through ‘NAC’ is of great importance at the national level. The quality of educational institutions is determined by the grades given through NAAC. Colleges are required to meet several academic criteria as well as facilities for ‘NAC’ assessment. So while doing this evaluation, the quality is taken care of by the respective colleges. However, it has been observed that many educational institutions are not conducting this assessment. Therefore, with the aim of improving the quality of higher education, NAC assessment has been made mandatory for colleges. Efforts are underway at various levels to implement the new education policy 2020 through the central government.