New Delhi: The controversial Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP), which was scrapped in 2014, may additionally make a comeback as a panel constituted by using the HRD Ministry, which has endorsed the program among undergraduate courses reforms for the brand new National Education Policy. The ministry officers maintained that the committee submitted its draft, and no final decision was taken. The e new National Education Policy (NE draft), formulated through a panel led by former ISRO leader K Kasturirangan, was passed over to HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. On Friday, he took the price because of the Union Human Resource Development minister.
The panel has endorsed reintroducing the 4-year path as part of the undergraduate reforms. “Both three-12 months and four-yr publications might be allowed to co-exist, but with a couple of go-out and entry alternatives. The 4-12 months program will offer greater rigor and permit college students to conduct research optionally,” the draft said. “Students will graduate with a 4-yr Liberal Arts Science Education degree with Honours, or can also graduate with a B Sc, BA, B Com or B Voc after completing three years with an appropriate crowning glory of credits inside their subject,” it said. The 4-12 months program, the BLA or BLE in the chosen principal and minors, will allow college students to enjoy the entire range of liberal arts schooling. The 3-12 months program will result in a bachelor’s degree. Both programs might also lead to a degree “with Research” if the scholar completes a rigorous studies venture using the Higher Education Institute (HEI). The draft report cautioned that HEIs may additionally name their 3-year undergraduate degree a Bachelor of Arts, Science, Vocation, or the perfect professional field.
The Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) introduced by way of the Delhi University below the regime of preceding Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh was scrapped by former HRD minister Smriti Irani. The panel has also encouraged overhauling the trainer training system with the four-month program.
“Teacher instruction for all college stages might be offered best in multidisciplinary universities via a 4 yr program, with the curricula and strategies being revamped to deal with current troubles with teacher guidance. “Institutions currently imparting the two-yr program will both transition to this mode or be phased out; no new yr programs can be given the popularity,” it said.
The existing NEP was framed in 1986 and revised in 1992. A new schooling policy was a part of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s manifesto ahead of the 2014 general election. Apart from Kasturirangan, the committee had eight participants: mathematician Manjul Bhargava. The experts also considered the report of a panel formed by former HRD minister Smriti Irani and headed by ex-cupboard secretary T S R Subramanian.