Patna University to introduce CBCS at UG levels from next session


Patna University will implement a new choice credit system for all of its regular undergraduate courses beginning with the 2022-2023 academic session.

On Friday, academic and PU officials met with vice chancellor Girish Kumar Choudhary, and a decision was made. The Vice Chancellor appointed a six-member committee, which was chaired by senior faculty member of the applied economics and commerce department, NK Jha.

He is advised to formulate admissions policies for UG courses in accordance with CBCS guidelines.

Patna University Welfare Dean Anil Kumar stated that all drafts related to this will be presented to the university’s academic council and syndicate for approval.

The approved drafts will then be sent to Raj Bhavan for approval by the governor. If he approves these guidelines, Patna University will be the first state university to implement CBCS and the semester system at the undergraduate level.

It is strongly advised to begin all CBCS guidelines preparations as soon as possible.

The discussion was held in Raj Bhavan for detailed revision of syllabus of UG and PG courses with CBCS, and all Vice Chancellors of all universities decided to have their syllabus revised to make them socially relevant.

The CBCS would be implemented only in 2018, but many universities were not adequately prepared for it.

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