list of 44 universities blacklisted in india pdf
Nine parameters were taken into consideration when evaluation was being done: whether all their present academic activities and programmes could have been carried out without being a deemed university; conformity to the provisions of the UGC Act and UGC guidelines; aspects of governance; quality of and innovations in teaching-learning process; research output; doctoral and other research degree programme; faculty resource, admission processes and award of degrees.
University of Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi, has given approval to 34 blacklisted deemed universities which were previously blacklisted. It has asked them to start functioning again. In 2009, the central government had blacklisted 44 deemed universities across the nation, 34 of which have got an approval from UGC now.
Trying to get legal sanction to Mr Sibal’s action of revoking the deemed university status to those institutions, which had “abysmal” infrastructure facilities, the government counsel stated that such institutions were not eligible to be elevated to the level of university in any manner.
Some rly famous names dere. shocking to see colleges like Jaypee Noida being a part f the list.
• Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth, Pune, Maharashtra
• Lingaya’s University, Faridabad, Haryana
Updated: The list below is based on UGC notification of 24th April 2018, and the total fake universities in India are 24 universities, 7 of them are based in national capital Delhi. And 279 such technical institutes in the country which are not approved by AICTE.
Last year, the UGC apart from the above-listed Institute had also put the following institution in its Fake Universities list: