Amaravati: From October 15, Andhra Pradesh will open colleges. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has formulated a series of guidelines and sought the views of the officials of the department of higher education in a review meeting at his camp office.
Ever since march, colleges, universities and other institutions have been closed to restrict the spread of COVID-19.
The Chief Minister instructed officers during their review meeting on higher education to focus on up 90% of the gross enrollment rate. The CEO gave a Green Signal for hiring university adjutants in the State.
Each student studying for a 3-year or 4-year degree will enroll for a 10-month apprenticeship with the honorary degree decision forward.
After completing their apprenticeship, the Chief Minister directed officials to set up employment and training courses for students in Andhra Pradesh. Each of them will take BA, BCOM, and BSC traditional degree courses. During admission, the student should decide whether to choose a university or an honorary degree.
BTT graduates, on the other hand, will also be awarded an honours. When you complete 20 additional credits in four years, you can earn B Tech honours.
Alternatively, a student with a B tech degree would be awarded a minor degree with 20 additional qualifications in one of the other classes.
The Chief Minister instructed the officials to take strict measures in respect of colleges that commit irregularities. In Vizianagaram and Prakasham districts, Y.S. Jagan has also issued a green signal to develop universities. In Paderu village, Vizianagaram district, the CM gave the initiative to set up a Tribal college.