Two new courses to be started in National P.G. College

National P.G. College

Lucknow: In the meeting of the Academic Council of National PG College, it was unanimously asked to start the process to start two new courses M.Sc Botany & M.Sc Environmental Studies courses at the postgraduate level from the session 2025-26.

Along with this, it was also agreed to start Bachelor of Vocational in Hospital Management & Bachelor of Vocational in Hotel Management in accordance with the plan of the University Grants Commission to start skill-based employment oriented courses from the coming session 2024-25.

Students doing vocational courses can also do internship on stipend after completing 6 months certificate, for this they have also been asked to consider signing agreements with various institutions.

In the Academic Council meeting, partial changes were also made in the B.Voc Software Development and e-Governance course in the interest of students for the upcoming session, which was passed unanimously by the Academic Council members.

National PG College, Lucknow has announced important changes under the Chhmu Mknbanjapvad Chsupbal.2020 Ordinance with the aim of making the examination system more streamlined and transparent for its students. These new ordinances will come into effect from the upcoming session-

  1. Under this, a circular has been passed under which the rules of promotion for students have been relaxed. If a student obtains minimum passing marks in half the papers of the semester examination in the major subject and the overall average marks is 40 percent, then he/she will be promoted to the next semester.
  2. Diversity in the evaluation system: Under the new ordinance, more importance will be given to internal assessment (Evaluation System) along with traditional examinations. This will include activities like assignments, project work, class participation (BSE) and seminars. This will promote all-round development of students and comprehensive assessment of their learning ability.
  3. Prompt declaration of examination results: The College will endeavor to expedite the process of declaration of examination results. This will make it easier for students to plan ahead.

Principal of the college, Prof. Devendra Kumar Singh said, this new examination ordinance is a part of our continuous efforts to enrich the learning experience of the students and give them more confidence in the examination system. We believe that this change will be helpful in the all-round development of the students.


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