Admission process in Jammu and Kashmir Colleges will start from June 1
Uniform academic calendar for higher education institutes proposed in J&
Admission process in Jammu and Kashmir colleges will start from June 1: The academicians have further proposed that the summer vacation for the degree colleges in Kashmir will be observed from July 1 to 24 July and June 1 to 15 July in summer zone Jammu division colleges.
“For colleges in winter zones of Jammu, the summer vacation will be observed from 15 June to July 24,” the document reads.
Admission process in Jammu and Kashmir colleges will start from June 1: It has been further proposed in the uniform academic calendar that the 90 working days of regular class work for odd semesters will be conducted from August 1 to November 30 in Kashmir and Jammu division colleges as well.
It has been also proposed that the odd semester End Term examination will be held from December 1 to December 31 in colleges across J&K.
“Winter vacation for Kashmir colleges and winter zone Jammu colleges will be observed from December 27 to February 14 in Kashmir colleges and Jan 1 to January 10 in degree colleges of Jammu summer zones,” the document reads.
Admission process in Jammu and Kashmir colleges will start from June 1: The calendar has also proposed that the regular class work for even semesters will be held from February 15 to 14 June in Kashmir colleges and 11 Jan to 10th May in summer zone colleges of Jammu division. “It will include internal examinations and preparation holidays. Internal awards to be submitted by thee colleges to the affiliating university within this time window,” it reads.
Admission process in Jammu and Kashmir colleges will start from June 1: The academics have also proposed in the academic calendar that even the semester End Term exam will be held from June 15 to July 14 in colleges across J&K.
“Calendar for co-curricular and extracurricular activities will be finalised by the respective colleges or the affiliating universities,” it reads.
As already reported, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has already issued draft guidelines to all the states and UTs for the introduction of the Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUGP) from the current academic session in line with NEP 2020.
As per the draft Curricular Framework and Credit System for the FYUGP, the graduates of the FYUGP are required to demonstrate a general understanding of the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, interdisciplinary studies, and vocational education across semesters.
Admission process in Jammu and Kashmir colleges will start from June 1: The FYUGP system compulsorily seeks choosing and completion of credits from Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, interdisciplinary studies, and vocational education.