Teachers react mixed to Delhi University's draft undergraduate curriculum framework for 2022.

On Friday, the University of Delhi released a draft Undergraduate Curriculum Framework 2022 (UGCF-2022) formulated under National Education Policy and sought feedback. As it was not discussed at the Academic Council meeting of the University, the Draft Undergraduate Curriculum Framework (UGCF 2022) was criticized by a section of teachers.

University officials say a draft UGCF has been uploaded on their website, and a form to submit the feedback will remain open until January 31, they said in a statement. The University is disseminating the draft UGCF to stakeholders and making it available on the website (www.du.ac.in) for feedback from students, parents, academicians, recruiters, and others through Google Form.

Rudrashish Chakraborty, Associate Professor, Department of English, Kirori Mal College, says the proposed undergraduate (UG) program is a major dilution of academic rigor and quality due to the reduced number of credits courses, either individually or in aggregate. A professor at the University of Delhi says no college is connected with the campus with the resources and infrastructure required to accommodate students in a fourth year. Funds have not yet been sanctioned for colleges to enhance their existing resources," she says.

Source: https://www.ndtv.com/education/delhi-university-draft-ugcf-2022-draws-mixed-reactions-from-teachers-du-ac-in

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