51. (1) If the Union or the SRC or a student body established under section 49 conducts itself in a manner which in the opinion of the Board is detrimental or prejudicial to the well-being or reputation of the University or acts in contravention of the Constitution of the University or its own Constitution, or any Statute, Rules or Regulation of the University, the Board may suspend or dissolve the Union or the SRC or the said student body; as the case may be, and without prejudice to any liability that may arise under any other written law in force, every office bearer of the Union or the SRC or the said student body, shall be liable to dismissal from the University or to any other disciplinary punishment that may be inflicted upon him.
1)The practice base of music higher normal colleges and universities integrated with industry and education is in line with its own rules of higher education development and can promote the development of normal music colleges and universities. In the cooperation with industrial bodies, normal colleges and universities can improve the education and teaching quality of the university and continue to strengthen the cooperation with market , so as to achieve a "win-win" situation for both sides. In the process of industrial integration, the two sides can also gradually deepen the cooperative relationship, constantly expand the areas of mutual cooperation, carry out the research and development of characteristic projects as well as reform and optimize the current music talent training mode in normal colleges and universities to further promote the reform process of music colleges and universities.
According to latest rankings like ARWU, QS, US News World University Rankings, and Times Higher Education World University Rankings, all the rankings are averaged and the comprehensive ranking of universities could be obtained. Considering the regional attributes, the top 2 universities are respectively selected in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Hong Kong, China, and other Asian countries. Meanwhile, to emphasize the competitiveness of Peking University in the humanities and social sciences, 2012 Academic Evaluation Results of Chinese Ministry of Education, and 2016 China University Evaluation Research Report published by iResearch China Alumni Association Network (www.cuaa.net) are used as references. Six universities, namely, Fudan University, Renmin University of China, Wuhan University, Zhejiang University, Sun Yat-sen University, and Nanjing University were selected for benchmarking analysis. Therefore, the research participants have covered 18 colleges and universities. In addition to the six ones above, Harvard University, MIT, Stanford University, Cambridge University, Oxford University, University of Toronto, University of Tokyo, National University of Singapore, University of Hong Kong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Peking University, and Tsinghua University should be included. When selecting the reference institutions for other universities, a certain number of different institutions can be chosen for comparative research based on their own development goals and disciplinary characteristics.
State universities and colleges are faced with the challenge of working towards quality assurance of their program offerings. It is done through monitoring, evaluating, reviewing and updating their resources and capabilities, so that the whole system shall continuously improve on instructional processes- teaching and learning, and to produce quality students who shall meet the requirements and standards set by the industry and other accreditation body. Having quality graduates is a manifestation of having quality programs. A program offering by an State University and College (SUC) must be qualitatively assessed by Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) if quality and standards has to be achieved.
In virtual learning communities, party members in colleges and universities need to collect information through the Internet to cultivate their awareness of independent learning. Therefore, in the process of constructing virtual learning communities, attention should be paid to the establishment of a powerful information base rich in resources to provide a wide range of learning resources for party members in colleges and universities. At the same time, we should pay attention to the diversity of voluntary forms of information base and provide multimedia resources such as text, pictures, audio and video to stimulate their learning enthusiasm. In addition, attention should be paid to the difficulty of the resources provided to avoid obscure content, so as to facilitate the understanding of university party members.
At present, the construction of "Double First-Class" university is in full swing, and our colleges and universities are shifting from the mode of extensive development to the mode of intensive development, and pay more attention to coordinated development of scale, quality and efficiency.
A Webometrics analysis is carried out to analyze the impact study on the accessibility of e- resources from web pages of all the agricultural universities and colleges of India. Webometrics is tool for measuring the impact of the web. At present institutional websites become an indicator on the quality of the institution. In the case of agricultural university websites, it has more responsibility in providing information to the stake holders of agriculture rather than showcasing its achievements. This paper aims to find out an impact of the web usage on agricultural universities in India by applying webometrics tool in comparison with 2010 alexa page rank for agricultural universities and colleges in India. A total numbers of 70 universities in India are taken for analysis by the application of Alexa rank tool and Google page rank tool for better understanding of web traffic and its state wise impact.
There are four primary types of teacher preparation: Early childhood, elementary, secondary, and special education, while different universities and schools combine these differently. In certain programs, a student chooses a minor as a part of their degree. While some colleges and universities offer a subject matter focus (i.e. math, reading, middle level science, etc.), other programs (i.e. Quinnipiac University) offer an integrated bachelor’s/master’s degree. In the area of secondary education, however, the evidence shows there to be a growing trend whereby schools and colleges of education no longer house their own secondary programs. This comes through the emphasis on content mastery often required at various state levels. In cases where secondary certification is obtained through an academic unit other than a school or college of education, the degree is often obtained through the school specializing in the discipline with an accompanying sequence of professional education courses to make up the pedagogy end of the degree. This occurs for reasons that involve both licensure and accreditation for the university.
India's higher education system is the world's third largest in terms of students, next to China and the United States. In future, India will be one of the largest education hubs. India's Higher Education sector has witnessed a tremendous increase in the number of Universities/ University level Institutions & Colleges since independence. The ‘Right to Education Act’ which stipulates compulsory and free education to all children within the age groups of 6-14 years, has brought about a revolution in the education system of the country with statistics revealing a staggering enrolment in schools over the last several years. The involvement of private sector in higher education has seen drastic changes in the field. There are more than 77.8% colleges running in Private sector; aided and unaided taken together, but it caters to only 67.3% of the total enrolment. This has accelerated establishment of institutes which have originated over the last decade making India home to the largest number of Higher Education institutions in the world, with student enrolments at the second highest (Shaguri, 2013). Also, India has failed to produce world class universities.
I think that I have been discriminated against by my college or university. Are there any laws that protect me?............................................................ 5 Do the ADA and Section 504 cover religious colleges and universities? ..... 6 Do the ADA and Section 504 cover professional, trade, vocational and technical schools? ...................................................................................... 6 Is anyone with a disability protected by these laws? ................................... 6 What if my impairment lasts less than six months? ..................................... 8 How do I know if my impairment “substantially limits” a major life activity? . 8 What kinds of actions are discriminatory under these laws? ....................... 9 Do colleges and universities have to provide students with disabilities
(1) Develop a statewide master plan for future development of public universities, community colleges and technology centers with input from the board of regents and the University of Tennessee board of trustees. The commission shall engage public universities, community colleges and technology centers for input during the creation of the master plan. The commission shall construct a statewide master plan that directs higher education to be accountable for increasing the educational attainment levels of Tennesseans. This master plan shall be reviewed and revised as deemed appropriate by the commission. This plan shall include, but not be limited to, the consideration of the following provisions:
The CFO currently meets regularly with the CSU VPs of Finance and separately with the CCC Deans of Administration. Internal controls and other financial matters will be addressed at these meetings more frequently. Additionally, a system wide finance steering committee made up of the CSCU Controller, university Controllers and college Directors of Finance has been established to review system wide financial policies and procedures as well as the system accounting structure and reporting methods.
Any new program standards and the process associated with ensuring that vocational programs conform to these new program standards will be communicated to private career colleges ( PCCs) through Superintendent’s Policy Directives on program standards issued by the Superintendent of Private Career Colleges (the “Superintendent”) under section 53 of the Private Career CollegesAct, 2005 (the “PCCA”).
New Mexico Association of Community Colleges, Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, American Association of Community Colleges, American Association of University Women, American Psychological Association, American Counseling Association, Association of Women in Psychology, American Association of University Professors.
Romanian school in the early 90s was in a unique situation: it was forced to produce changes that the government was unable to challenge or even to manage. Until then the Ministry controlled administratively almost all aspects of university life. But in l968 Education Act (amended in l977) had become largely ineffective. Phenomena as: curriculum development, international openness, emergence of new institutional structures (universities, colleges, private universities), pressure for university autonomy escaped from the ministry’s capacity to contain them. Universities were moving faster than the ministry was reacting. And therefore his work was soon to meet the challenges coming to him, not to produce him a change. The reagent character was associated with the selective: although in that period appeared tens, even hundreds of private higher education institutions, the ministry didn’t want to stick them into account, they do not exist. As a result, to the university life has been added the chaos, the legislative and institutional confusion (A. Miroiu et al, 1998:117).
Candidates most often meet special education teacher licensure standards in teacher education programs in colleges or universities. The Minnesota Board of Teaching (BOT) approves college and university programs to prepare Minnesota teachers. The University of Minnesota Twin Cities and Duluth campuses and the institutions in the Minnesota State University (MnSCU) System all have BOT-approved special education teacher licensure programs. In addition, seven Minnesota private colleges and universities currently offer BOT-approved programs leading to special education licensure (Augsburg College, Bethel University, Concordia University St. Paul, Hamline University, St. Mary’s University, University of St. Thomas, and Walden University). Institutions are continually submitting special education programs to the BOT for approval. Colleges and universities offer licensure programs as part of undergraduate and graduate programs.
In 1970 the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources [IUCN] held a working group meeting on Environmental Education in the school curriculum in Neved, USA. The deliberations of that conference continue to be a major influence on the development of Environmental Education.Disinger (1983) claimed that at the international level the term 'environmental education' was used in Paris in 1948,at a meeting of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources. „ The first recorded use of this term in Britain may be traced to a conference held in 1965 at Keele University Staffordshire. Malhotra (1985) identified that the necessity of environmental education was Goiced by the IUCN way back in