What is UGC degree?

A statutory university can award degree specified under Section 22 of UGC Act, 1956, with the due approval of its competent councils and statutory councils, wherever required and in accordance with the Regulations notified by UGC from time to time.

Which courses comes under UGC?

Arts/Social Science. Functional English.

  • Commerce. Banking and Insurance.
  • Sciences. Bio-Technology.
  • Can we do 2 UG courses together?

    The official document reads, “A student can pursue two academic programmes, one in full time physical mode and another in Open and Distance Learning (ODL)/Online mode; or up to two ODL/Online programmes simultaneously.”

    How can I get UGC certificate?

    The qualified candidates can download UGC NET certificate from the official portal – ecertificate.nta.ac.in. Candidates need to submit their roll number or application number to download UGC NET certificate. The UGC NET certificate validity for JRF is three years.

    Is IIT under UGC?

    A letter written by IIT-Kharagpur to the higher education department said since IITs were created by an Act of Parliament, they are not governed by UGC and do not need approval to “institute course of study”.

    What if a college is not UGC approved?

    if the university is not recognise by UGC and AICTE then that is a fraud university.do not enter the college. because after your final examination the certificate will produce by UGC and AICTE.so if the mentioned authority stamped are not present then your certificate will be value less.

    Can I do BSC and BA together?

    Yes you can do your Bsc (Regular) and B.A (Distance learning) at the same time simultaneously.

    Can I do 3 degrees at the same time?

    No, according to the rule and law you can do more than the one-degree course from the same or different university. You can do one degree and one diploma course if you want from the same or different university. If any university allows you to do two-degree courses simultaneously, never trust it.

    What is the role of UGC in education?

    UGC is responsible for coordinating, determining and maintaining standards of higher education. The University Grants Commission provides recognition to universities in India and disburses funds to such recognised universities and colleges. The UGC has its Head Office in New Delhi and six regional offices: Bengaluru.