What is integrated India campus recruitment drive

What is integrated India campus recruitment drive

The names of the universities present in this list may have been changed from the original list of Universities to better reflect the current scenario of the said universities

Comprehensive recruitment drives at higher education institutions are underway across the globe. The Indian government in its official policy document, issued in October 2016, is of the view that the country’s higher education, particularly Indian Universities, can only get quality and up-to-date education by being open to all categories of students, irrespective of their academic background, as long as they are pursuing their degrees. If the students do not stick to the schedule, they will get late admissions or suffer from the repercussions of non-performance. There is no fixed timeline for the recruitment drive. It is the responsibility of the institutions to impart education to its students as per their need.

Due to the increased demand and growth in India, institutes have to come up with continuous processes to select the best candidates for admission to their programmes. This step of efficiency and transparency is timely and meaningful for the institution as well as the students as they no longer get to spend their days queuing up for admission. This is where the logic of Integrated Campus Recruitment (ICR) comes in, wherein the names of the universities present in this list may have been changed from the original list of Universities to better reflect the current scenario of the said universities.

The size of the degree programmes (MPS) of the Indian colleges varies. More than 200 universities offering undergraduate programmes in India are followed by 200 higher education institutions offering undergraduate programmes and 250 Indian schools offering higher education programmes. Most Indian colleges offer MPS in different faculties (Indian institutions offer 160 MPS in total) and specialisations (IPads, entrepreneurial programmes, career programmes, environment, nutrition and stress management programmes).

The Master programmes are also offered by many institutions. Through the ICR, all these programmes are presented to the Department of Planning (left wing and right wing) of the Union Government. The steps that are taken in the recruitment process is based on the importance of such programmes and purpose of teaching of such programmes as well as, the educational sector of the institution.

The recruitment drive is more appropriate for an institution that has one-fifth of its students from economically weaker communities. These students can also face a number of challenges in admissions such as avoiding controversies, bribes, recommendations and stereotyping.

The current trend is that students from such classes are set to face long queues to meet the particular requirement in universities that have a female Vice-Chancellor and a CEC, a COVID-19 faculty or a recommendation committee, and an ICR Centre. Not all individuals with any particular caste or ethnicity are likely to get the grades required for a job or admission. There are both short-term and long-term steps for such a process. Short-term steps include filling the vacancies by website and filling of ads for higher education admissions.

This will be done by the university that receives the order. Some institutions have already started recruitment drive in a phased manner. Most have the only one campus and so the campuses across the country. It is the responsibility of the colleges to come up with strategies for offering such institutions the suitable name.

The long-term steps include encouraging students to apply themselves. Indian Universities normally require students to have a good entrance exam score to choose their course of study. They consider their grades in colleges (we are talking education at the most basic level) and the bad performance in class. However, with a great initiative of students, different colleges are ready to provide scholarship or other incentives for the students to complete their education. Offering scholarships to students will not only facilitate them to pursue their studies but also will give them an opportunity to get fresh ideas about education and other academically related subjects of their interest.

The Indian Universities will now have the ability to take a decision based on the policies and instructions from the Department of Planning. This will also provide the schools with an opportunity to provide good degree programmes. From next year, our institutions will receive orders from the Department of Planning in January, 2016. Some will get orders on January 22, 2016, and others on January 24, 2016. They will get the respective facility, facilities, instructions, instruments, direction and timelines for the colleges so that they can begin the process of recruitment drive.

It is expected that many of the schools will get their orders by January 24, 2016 and accordingly their recruitment drive process will be announced by the Union Education Department by January 29, 2016. The colleges should stop their recruitment drives by January 24, 2016 and make arrangements for publishing of adverts or promotion of names of individuals who are selected through identification number. There should be four days for announcing of list of courses which also include the names of schemes where the selection processes are in progress. Every recruitment drive should have specific procedures and timelines for different courses like: broad-based programmes, specialized programmes and specialty programmes for leadership. The selection process should take up to 24 to 48 hours for selecting best


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