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  • RAJ NEHRU APPOINTED VICE CHANCELLOR OF VISHWAKARMA UNIVERSITY, HARYANA

    01 Nov, 2016

    Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University Bill 2016 was passed and the University came into exixtance. Shri Raj Nehru, a prominent Kashmiri Pandit of world class repute has been appointed as the 1st (Founder) Vice Chancellor of the University, Indias 1st Skill University.

  • WE RECOGNIZE ONLY www.herci.in AS OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF HERCI

    10 Aug, 2016

    IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC AS WELL AS STUDENT, EDUCATION & INSTITUTES COMMUNITY THAT SAARC SKILL DEVELOPMENT & CERTIFICATION RECOGNIZES ONLY www.herci.in AS THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF HERCI. FOR ALL PRACTICAL PURPOSES WE CONSIDER ANY OTHER WEBSITE CLAIMING TO BE REPRESENTATIVE OF HERCI AS "FAKE WEBSITE".

  • Gramoday Community Medical Centres

    25 May, 2016

    SAARC Skill Development & Certification Council is pleased to announce Gramoday Community Medical Centre. Contact 8650777737 for details.

  • उत्तर प्रदेश कौशल विकास मिशन. Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission

    28 Sep, 2015

    हर्ष का विषय है कि उत्तर प्रदेश कौशल विकास मिशन द्वारा एक विवरणिका / सूचना पुस्तिका का प्रकाशन किया जा रहा है। कौशल विकास मिशन को व्यावसायिक प्रशिक्षण का पर्याय माना जाता है। उत्तर प्रदेश के नौजवानों को तरक्की का अवसर दे कर विकास में भागीदार बनाना सरकार की सर्वोच्च प्राथमिकताओं में शामिल है। तमाम विभागों द्वारा संचालित कौशल विकास की योजनाओं को समन्वित और एकीकृत ढंग से लागू करने के मकसद से, राज्य सरकार द्वारा उत्तर प्रदेश कौशल विकास मिशन का गठन किया गया है। मैं आशा करता हूँ कि पुस्तिका ऐसी सामग्री का समावेश किया जाएगा, जो सभी के लिए उपयोगी साबित होगी। विवरणिका / सूचना पुस्तिका के उद्द्येश्यपरक प्रकाशन हेतु मेरी हार्दिक शुभकामनाएँ।

  • SPECIAL AD-HOC AFFILIATION FOR KSOU CENTRES

    17 Sep, 2015

    In a meeting of SSDCC Students Welfare committee, it has been decided that all KSOU Centres desirous of enrolling their students with SSDCC or its affiliate bodies, will be offered Special Ad-Hoc Affiliation for 2 Years at a rate of Rs25,000/- only.*IT HASCOME TO OUR NOTICE THAT KARNATA STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY HAS BEEN DERECOGNISED BY UGC FOR THE TIME BEING*#KSOU STUDY CENTRES FACING PROBLEMS IN ENROLLING THEIR STUDENTS IN DIPLOMAS MAY APPROACH US FOR HELP.***IN ASSOCIATION WITH SAARC SKILL DEVELOPMENT & CERTIFICATION COUNCIL, WE ARE IN A POSTION TO OFFER AD-HOC AFFILIATION FOR DIPLOMS AND CERTIFICATES IN ALL STREAMS & FACULTIES*** KINDLY CONTACT DR JLRAINA EMAIL ID- jawaharaina@gmail.com Mobile no- 09999722459 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Distance mode courses of BU, KSOU still derecognised Ashwini Y S, August 23, 2015,Bengaluru, DHNS Admission process postponed; likely in September-October The KSOU headoffice in Mysuru. DH Photo The Bangalore University (BU) and the Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) have postponed the admission process of courses offered via distance mode for this academic year, as they continue to be de-recognised by the University grants Commission (UGC). Both varsities, which began the admission process for distance education in July, hope to complete the process between September and October. These universities, along with Karnatak University in Dharwad and Gulbarga University, have come under the scanner of the UGC for violations on various grounds. The UGC had issued a public notice on June 18, stating that KSOU had been derecognised for offering several coursescluding PG and technical courses, illegally. Second notice The KSOU, which is in soup for flouting the norms of the regulatory authorities, continues to claim that it has cancelled MoUs with all the collaborative institutions offering courses both outside and within the State. Owing to this, UGC issued a second notice to the varsity on August 17, where it reiterates that the varsity has failed to discontinue its pacts with private establishments and study centres. It has asked KSOU to submit a detailed proposal of its Open and Distance Learning (ODL) programmes to be offered during 2015-16, as per the prescribed format in the Recognition of Open and Distance Learning Institution, Handbook 2009. The UGC has sought name and designation of the faculty-in charge of each of the proposed programmes. M G Krishnan, VC, KSOU said that the varsity had responded to the notice on August 20, stating that it had cancelled agreements with all collaborative institutions. “The UGC officials have orally assured me that the interests of those students who have already enrolled will not be harmed,” he added. KSOU has tied up with over 220 collaborative institutions across India and the globe, including USA, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Mexico and Dubai. These institutions run over 5,000 study centres. Bangalore University Vice Chancellor B Thimme Gowda said that it was inevitable to delay the admission process, as the varsity was awaiting approval from the UGC. “On August 17, I explained to the UGC officials that BU should be allowed to start the admission process for this academic year.” Gowda said that till date the varsity had not received any official communication from UGC outlining the violation. The varsity lost its recognition for non-compliance with the recommendations of the visiting expert committee. Kemparaju T D, Director, BU’s Directorate of Correspondence Courses and Distance Education, said that the varsity offered only in-house courses via distance mode, including BA, BCom, BBM, MA and MCom, to which around 2,500 students enrolled every year.

  • HERCI Becomes Approved Specialist Council

    14 Sep, 2015

    Health Education & Research Council of India, the #1 Council in the field of Para Medical Studies & Research has been approved as Approved Specialist Council-ParaMedical.

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