05-09-2015, 04:31 PM
SGC maintains 98 colleges from five States
University Grants Commission has enabled colleges and 98 have been approved on the basis of skills across India. 16 of these colleges in Maharashta, 13 from Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and four of 11 from Assam.
Courses on offer are certificates, diplomas and advanced certificate courses. The duration of these courses will range from six months to two years. A few courses are offered in the tourism and hospitality, power Boards, chemistry, information technology, food industry, gardening, health, management, automobile and iron castings. These degrees have been developed keeping in mind the increasing level of unemployment and low employment. At a time when the economy is not very good, these courses come in the hope of those who can not afford expensive higher education.
This scheme was introduced in the UGC in the 12nd five-year plan. Proving the national acceptable and standarised for education for all, the scheme can help 4.6 the scheme was introduced in the colleges of UGC scheme of College announced in 12 five-year period. Increase in the Indian population, the number of unemployed will rise. The Commission hopes to curb the problem of growing unemployment in India, providing a national standardized and suitable programmes based on skills to help 4.6 rupees umemployed people in India.