Report to be submitted within 60 days
Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh on May 3 set up a committee of vice-chancellors to review exam reforms.
Guru Nanak Dev University VC has been appointed as chairman of the committee.
Attempting to keep up with global transformations in education, the committee has been tasked with drafting a plan to bring the state’s education system on a par with the world. Advanced courses are to be identified and the course curriculum revamped.
A report is to be submitted within 60 days.
The CM also directed the higher education secretary of the state to speed up the recruitment process to fill up 931 posts of assistant professors in government colleges.
The Committee, under the chairmanship of Vice Chancellor, GNDU, will also look into introduction of new courses and digital education and will submit its report within 60 days.— CMO Punjab (@CMOPb) May 3, 2021
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