BHUBANESWAR: College and Mass Training Minister Samir Ranjan Sprint on Wednesday knowledgeable the Meeting that 2,531 non-public colleges in Odisha usually are not accorded certificates of recognition by the State authorities as they haven’t met the required standards.
In a written reply to a query of BJD MLA Chakramani Kanhar, the Minister mentioned out of 6,767 non-public colleges within the State, 4,236 have obtained certification of recognition from the federal government.
The non-public colleges operating with out certificates of recognition have been served present trigger discover by the division to elucidate why the federal government is not going to take steps to shut down their establishments, he mentioned. The division has set tips for issuing certificates of recognition to varsities.
The Proper of Youngsters to Free and Obligatory Training (RCFCE) Act, 2009 was enacted to supply free and obligatory training to all kids of the age of 6 to 14 years, he added.
The federal government made the Odisha Proper of Youngsters to Free and Obligatory Training Guidelines, 2010 for implementation of the RCFCE Act.
Part 18 of the Act offers that “no faculty, aside from a faculty established, owned or managed by the suitable Authorities or the native authority, shall, after the graduation of this Act, be established or perform, with out acquiring a ‘Certificates of Recognition’ from such authority by making an software in such type or method as prescribed”.