Wednesday, January 5, 2011

At last, CCS Students to get their Degrees

Finally, the wait of degrees for more then 10 Lakh students CCS University may come to an end, as the administration has decided to distribute the academic testimonials to all those who have been waiting for years.

CCS University will host the annual convocation of February 12 and the University academic council wishes to end the backlog of degrees that has been pending towards the university from the session on 2006-07. Since then, more then 10 Lakh students have passed their respective degree courses from the campus and the affiliated colleges. Interestingly, none of these have been issues the degree certificates.

“The backlog kept on piling year after year and there have been so many reasons behind this”, says Prabhat Ranjan, the University Registrar. “The reasons includes the shortage of staff, the software solution and many more to count on”, he adds.

Approximately 3 Lakh students queue up for their pass out certificates for graduation, post-graduation and professional courses every year. For the last four sessions, students have been handed the provisional certificates and that too on the request. But, university wishes to end the backlog during the current session and want to finish of the responsibility on or before February 12, the date fixed for the annual convocation. University staff is working day and night to finish the task in time.

“This year, University will surely handover all the degrees pending with us”, claims S.C Piplani, the University PRO.

CCS University is one of the biggest state universities in India, but is also infamous for irregular sessions and academic negligence. Recently, CCS University has lost its B++ rating of NAAC, the National Academic Accreditation Council. Now, CCS not only wants to retain its lost pride, the NNAC grading but also wishes to regularize the sessions. This move will not only get back things back to the track but also it will benefit the students who are waiting anxiously for their degree certificates.

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