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Welcome programme must be organized for first year freshers

Bhopal. Governor Anandiben Patel said at the 94th meeting of the University Coordination Committee that the examination results of the Universities should be declared on time and the process of new admissions should be completed before July 1. A welcome programme should be organized or students taking admission in the first year on July 1. The presence of students already studying in the colleges should be ensured in the programme. It should also be ensured that the University calendar reaches all the students taking admission on time. Admission registration fee should not be charged from students belonging to the SC-ST taking admission in the universities and colleges.

Governor called upon the Vice-Chancellors to take active part in Madhya Pradesh Anti-Tuberculosis Campaign. She said that the Vice-Chancellor, Registrar and Professors of the University should adopt one child each with T.B between the 0-18 age group with the support of the district collectors. They should send nutritious food including fruits, jaggery and pulses to the T.B affected child. Patel told to prepare summer time plan to ensure participation of universities in the Centre’s Cleanliness Awareness Programme. Under this, work for cleanliness for 100 hours should be undertaken in villages. In this, she told to make students write essays and plays on the need for toilets and cleanliness, organize competitions and give prizes on behalf of the Centre, state government and university to winners. The works undertaken under the Cleanliness Awareness Programme should be uploaded on the website and sent to the Centre and the state government.

The Governor said that the presence of the Vice-Chancellors should be ensured in the programmes and functions organized in the universities. If the Vice-Chancellors have to go outside the state or the country, then they will have to give an application with full details and reasons in advance. They can go on the tour only after taking prior permission. Governor Patel issued instructions to the Vice-Chancellors to provide the correct and complete information related to the professors, teachers and employees to the Higher Education Department.