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  • #67866
    Anonymous
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    Sir, I am doing now MLIS (master of library & information science) from EIILM university, Sikim on correspondence mode. Can I give NET or SET exam if I get 55% marks?

    #74051
    Anonymous
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    Re: Qualification of NET/SET exam.
    You are eligible to appear for NET & SET if the EIILM University is recognised by UGC. See the eligibility criteria from the following link:
    University Grants Commission – NET

    #74103
    Anonymous
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    Re: Qualification of NET/SET exam.
    sir
    i have seen that site but could not understand. eiilm univ is present in the ugc’s private universities list.
    but i dont know that any private univ can give the degree by correspondence/open mode in other states? also i could not find mlis course in subject list of this univ? pls suggest….

    #74116
    Anonymous
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    Re: Qualification of NET/SET exam.
    EIILM University, Sikkim, India is fully recognized and approved by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and is established under Sikkim State Legislature Act No 4, 2006 Government of Sikkim in year 2006. The Act was published under the Government of Sikkim, Gazette Notification No. 28/LD/2006 dated April 3, 2006.
    Library Sciences are there in the list of courses taught in EIILM Univ. Both degrees (B.Sc. , M.Sc.) and diploma are issued on Library Science.
    See the link below for further details:

    Click on the option “Academics” and then on “Courses” and then on “Department of Science” to see the courses in science subjects.

    #74129
    Anonymous
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    Re: Qualification of NET/SET exam.
    Please go through the following page
    Fake University and fake degree
    I would request you to read the observations of supreme court in the case of prof. yash pal vs state of chhatisgarh and UGC (ESTABLISHMENT OF AND MAINTENANCE OF STANDARDS IN PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES) REGULATIONS, 2003. Both are available on internet.
    Regards,
    digitaldoc

    #74140
    Anonymous
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    Re: Qualification of NET/SET exam.
    EIILM is a UGC approved Pvt. University in Sikkim, which confers degrees on various courses:
    Pls see the documents available from the following link:
    Fake University and fake degree

    #74149
    Anonymous
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    Re: Qualification of NET/SET exam.
    I never said EIILM is not UGC recognised or it is fake. See the report of the UGC visiting team. Dr. Majumdar would you please answer one question , can a state legislature pass an act that is to be implemented on whole or a part of india?

    #74157
    Anonymous
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    Re: Qualification of NET/SET exam.

    I never said EIILM is not UGC recognised or it is fake. See the report of the UGC visiting team. Dr. Majumdar would you please answer one question , can a state legislature pass an act that is to be implemented on whole or a part of india?

    @digitaldoc
    I just supplied information repeatedly to “hkg” to help him as best as I could because he admitted on the 13th Sept. that he could not get answers of his queries from the UGC link which was supplied by me on the 10th Sept. I can’t understand why have you taken ill of it? Pls point out my fault!
    The material (file: UGC Report on EIILM.pdf) uploaded by you on the 15th Sept. to enrich me with proper knowledge(!) was supplied by me beforehand in attachment mode (file: “eiilm.pdf”) on the 14th Sept. You have made repetition! It indicates that you have not gone through the supplied materials at all before making communications with me!
    It’s not clear to me why have you made reference of Prof. Yash Pal case in the case of EIILM University! What is it’s relevance to hkg’s queries?
    Mr. A.B. Pal uploaded one document containing the name of fake Universities in his communications under caption namely “Fake Universities and fake degrees” on the 26th May. I could not find anything about the fakeness as that particular page did not highlight any UGC comments to this effect in relation to those Universities. The other background information was not available in that single page stray document. Only the phrase “self-styled Universities” was used to describe the objectionable acts of those Universities. Whether the term “self-styled” connotes “fake” ????
    Ok, as far as I know an Act formed under state legislature is operational within the jurisdiction of that particular state. Legal experts can clarify the matter further,if deemed necessary.
    Yes I know that a State University or a Pvt. University formed under the State Act can’t run their off-campus centres out side the state in which it is located, unless it is permitted by UGC and, that too, would remain confined in that state! According to UGC:
    “It has come to the notice of the University Grants Commission that some of the State Private Universities have affiliated colleges and started off-campus centre(s) in violation of the UGC (Establishment of and Maintenance of Standards in Private Universities) Regulation, 2003 and against the judgment of Hon’ble Supreme Court in case of Prof. Yash Pal & Others vs. State of Chhattisgarh & Others. Some of these Universities are running these Centres on franchising basis also which is not allowed.
    The public at large and the student community in particular are therefore informed that as per the information available with the UGC as on date, there are following 140 Private Universities established by the Acts of the Legislatures of different States:
    ……………………
    …………………….
    These 140 Universities are competent to award degrees as specified by UGC under Section 22 of the UGC Act with the approval of the statutory councils, wherever required through their main campus. Wherever the approval of the statutory council is not a pre-requisite to start a programme, the Universities are required to maintain the minimum standards regarding academic and physical infrastructure as laid down by the concerned statutory council.
    It is also informed that Private Universities cannot affiliate an institution/college. They cannot establish off campus centre(s) beyond the territorial jurisdiction of the concerned State. However, they can establish off-campus centre(s) within the concerned State after their existence of five years and with the prior approval of the University Grants Commission. So far, UGC has not approved any off campus centre(s) of any Private University.
    Course(s) under distance mode can be started by the private university only after the prior approval of the UGC-AICTE and DEC joint Committee for which Director, Distance Education Council, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi – 110068 is the coordinator.
    Students/Public at large are advised to go through this website carefully at the time of taking admission and should clarify the status of the University from UGC before taking admission in any Private University other than those listed above”

    Anyway, I have supplied the documents to hkg after a careful reading of the materials and thereafter, on being satisfied with the relevance of the materials in his case . Correspondence course does not imply imparting education by a University in the off-campus centres located outside the territorial jurisdiction of the state.
    Now, pls clarify the difference between “UGC approved Universities” and “UGC recognised Universities”?
    Eagerly waiting to hear from you further!
    Thank you!

    #74196
    Anonymous
    Guest

    sorry to say i don’t have enough knowledge to answer you question. Please let me know the difference.

    #74210
    Anonymous
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    Same here. Waiting for Dr. saab’s prescription.

    #74217
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Friends,
    I have heard that the UGC approved Universities are also eligible to confer valid degrees and diplomas but, they do not get fund from UGC like recognized Universities! EIILM University of Sikkim describes itself as “Approved & Recognised by UGC”. But, it’s a Pvt. University which receives no fund from UGC! Then, how is the term “Recognised” relevant to it?
    Other members are requested to share knowledge.

    #83762
    Anujjindal
    Participant

    Candidates who have secured at least 55% marks (without rounding off) in Master s Degree OR equivalent examination from universities/institutions recognised by UGC in Humanities (including languages) and Social Science, Computer Science & Applications, Electronic Science etc. are eligible for this Test.

    Check here: UGC NET Eligibility and Age Relaxation 2021

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