UGC instituted UTSAH and PoP portal to for quality education

UGC Portal for quality education : In order to promote quality education, the University Grants Commission (UGC) introduced 3 initiatives to aid the National Education Policy 2020 for promotion of higher education policy in India.

UGC Portal for quality education : Portal Explained

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has launched a new website, the UTSAH (Undertaking Transformative Strategies and Actions in Higher Education) Portal, and the Professor of Practice (PoP) Portal, whose motive is to promote quality education in India. Professor of Practice ( PoP) enable the interested student or institution to connect with experienced professionals in a specific field, where any expert from any discipline can register on the PoP Portal. With it, this portal also allows recruitment notification or seek information regarding available posts or access the profiles of registered experts on a portal.

With PoP, UGC had laughed UTSAH (Undertaking Transformative Strategies and Actions in Higher Education) Portal , whose objective is to provide detailed information about UGC’s initiatives for qualitative reforms regarding curriculum development, faculty development, research, and student support.

UGC Portal for quality education : Conclusion

UGC is accepting new initiatives, like opening a new portal, which promotes high education through technology. Through PoP and UTSAH portal, not only distance between student and professor will decline, where at any time, they can access all resources , thus increasing user experience.

What is the role of UGC in quality education?

Determining and maintaining standards of teaching, examination and research in universities. Framing regulations on minimum standards of education. Monitoring developments in the field of collegiate and university education; disbursing grants to the universities and colleges.

What is UGC form in education?

UGC stands for University Grant Commission set up by the government of India as a statutory body following the UGC Act 1956, for the coordination, determination, and maintenance of standards in higher education.

Ashutosh Raj

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