Indore: DAVV may implement New Education Policy in UTDs

Staff ReporterUpdated: Tuesday, June 01, 2021, 09:41 PM IST
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DAVV building on RNT Marg, Indore |

Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) is likely to implement some major provisions of the New Education Policy (NEP) in its teaching departments from session 2021-22 itself.

Which provisions will be implemented and which will not be would be decided in a virtual meeting of heads of teaching departments on Wednesday.

The minutes of the meeting will then be placed before the executive council for its final approval.

The meeting will also decide on the admission process. In last meeting of HoDs, the university had decided to hold a common entrance test (CET) for admission in professional courses offered by teaching departments.

Such a decision was taken as Class 12 exams fate was not known. On Monday, the central government cancelled the board exams due to Covid-19 and working on a strategy for allocating marks. The DAVV may also change its decision of holding CET in view of Centre’s decision on the board exams.

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