Sunday, September 7, 2014

Do not opt online BBA, MBA, MCA and M.Sc. IT programme from University of Mysore

It happens rarely that a state government university is involved in degree scams, but now it seems Karnataka want to be a front runner on this. The latest degree scamster is the University of Mysore.
Few days back, I got a news alert on University of Mysore is offering online courses. I had two feelings
1.       Wow! This is one of the well known universities in Karnataka and in Karnataka, there is not a single state university offering MBA and MCA courses all over the state so people will get benefit from this.
2.       Is there something fishy? It is offering courses through U18, the agent of the Assam Don Bosco University involved in degree scam.

I thought to visit Mysore University’s web site. When I clicked on online programme, it redirected me to another portal.
The experience was astonishing, surprising and beyond my belief. When I bombarded them with the questions, they terminated chat. As luck would have it, I could mail them to my inbox as an evidence.
Below are a few snapshots
1.       University of Mysore does not have necessary approval from DEB to offer online and distance education courses as well as other than the non conventional mode.

2.       It is offering courses through outreach programs to colleges in Delhi and other region of India. Please note that as per the Act of the university as well as as per the UGC guideline, this university cannot affiliate any college outside the state of Karnataka. So these outreach colleges are illegal. Only a central university can offer such programmes.

3.       It does not have separate AICTE approval to offer online and distance MBA and MCA course.


4.       It has weird examination and evaluation system. Under this, you can sit in a cyber café, at your home, at a friend’s place, at your office and can appear for the exam. Really easy and what a shit!. So far, even if you go to world’s most developed countries, they have such system only for certified and non academic programmes. Even in the US or any other countries such kind of exam system does not exist. The very best example is the University of London. It offers external courses to world over students, nevertheless, for programme like MBA and M.Sc. It makes mandatory to attend classes at UK or in Hong Kong. Further, it does not take such online exam at home. They have fixed study and testing centres and students have to study there only. The centres are either British Council or the British High Commission. This is called the quality and ensuring prestige of the university. It is evident that one cannot ensure rigidity of the programme and honesty in an open examination system. Are these bloody degree sellers like KSOU, University of Mysore, U18, Assam Down Town, Assam Don Bosco, Jaipur National, Amity University has ethics or gut to say that they are selling a paper, not a degree? Do the officials from UGC and DEB whether DR. Nalini Lele or whether Prof. Ved Prakash, present chairman and ex VC a political appointee has guts to say that they are degree scamster and openly allowing it and they are simply having no idea of the chaos and do not have any knowledge of education? I am a full time working human resources professionals. Despite of my work, family and other busy schedule, If I can observe these policies and the wrongdoing happening, they cannot manage it? Or they simply ignore it as they get their commission or part in crores or they are just bothered about their salary and position. They are not entrusted to assure quality of higher training in India and they are least bothered what happens to students and the industry.

5.       The illiterate UGC moron has time to create ruckus for scrapping 4 year degree programme the University of Delhi, Symbiosis, IISc like institutes who are ensuring and providing the highest standard of education in. Was that necessary? Was that important and that’s too without anybody’s complaint. But these morons despite of repeatedly complaining about the inferior degrees selling scams happening through most of the private universities and few state universities never had guts to stop them. Is it because these people have paid them a hefty bribe? The current UGC Chairman is ex IGNOU VC. Does not he know very well what happens in the Indian distance education system? The UGC simply could not come with a circular about guideline on online exam and evaluation system and I had already complained to them about such scams by Amity and Assam Don Bosco University. Imagine a state like Assam where a central university getting a 100 % grant from UGC and the ministry of HRD, could not provide a quality education, a hotelier, a liquor seller and we do not know who else is selling degree- the great Indian private university degree scam. UGC officially replied to my RTI application system that such online exam system is invalid.
So cut short the story here:
1.       University of Mysore’s distance and online education programme does not have recognition.
2.       Its online exam system is invalid and unrecognized, so automatically the degree. As far as UGC recognition concern, UGC is the useless, corrupt body, made for political appointments like its current chairman. It has to grant recognition automatically to a university as universities are made by passing an Act in the state legislature or in The Parliament, however, it has full control over deciding how a course should be offered, what should be the minimum standard and how it should be offered, what should be a teacher’s/ professor’s or lecturer’s qualification. So it has full authority to decide whether the exam from home option should be valid or not.
3.       It does not have AICTE approval to offer courses through online or non conventional mode.

Who should opt online courses from University of Mysore
1.       Those who just need an MBA or MCA or a degree tag, but least bothered about quality
2.       Those who are not intending to do higher studies, public sector job, want to enter into government job including teaching.
3.       Those who want to apply for jobs and higher education abroad on their own (not the company sponsored one)

Who should not opt University of Mysore online MBA, MCA, BBA and other programmes
1.       Those who want to apply for a government job after completing.
2.       Those who want to apply for job abroad on their own.
3.       Those who are looking for knowledge and not just a degree.
4.       Those who are looking for higher study in India and abroad

Unfortunately, till today, almost every university involved in such kind of malpractices has their centres in all over the country (and due to patronage of Dr. Nalini Lele, Ved Prakash, other DEB and UGC officials, Amity, ADTU, Assam Don Bosco, Jaipur National and latest University of Mysore has become a global university, offering courses all over the world, at home, by giving exam from home).

I think you "highly learned" people will wake up when there will be another PIL like Prof. Yashpal Vs State of Chhatisgarh. The outcome will be bad for the innocent students only who will lose their money, their year and their career. I am surprised, even a suicide of a KSOU student did not open their eyes and they are not bothered and I am sure, Ved Prakash or Dr. Nalini Lele’s family members are either studying in top notch colleges in India or most possibly abroad so why should they bother about maintaining quality and standard?


I have been closely observing the activities of the University of Mysore since its news appearance of offering courses through online mode. 

I think, the same way like V Rajashekharan Pillai took hefty bribes and allowed the institute to offer distance courses and making money by twisting and creating ambiguity in the rule, DEB is repeating the same mistake. 

Here are few tough questions for them:
Now look at University of Mysore's degree scam (and it is worse than KSOU).

1. It is offering hot cake MBA, MCA, M.Sc. IT through online mode. Through online mode, I can write the exam from my home using my own laptop or own computer. Please clarify has UGC or DEB approved it? Is there any guideline for this? If not, then does it mean the degree is valid? (And if it is nothing can be worse than this)

2. Forget about outside Karnataka, they are offering degree anywhere from the world. So a person in Antarctica can have a laptop and internet connection, he can get a degree from there. So have you people purposely write-in no jurisdiction for online programme so you can let University of Mysore and Assam Down Town University can sell the degree. I am very surprised, despite of my complaint last year about Assam Down Town's this wrong doing, you people have extended its DEB approval. 

3. Assam Down Town and University of Mysore is selling these degree through U18. You say, there should be one professor a HQ for each programme. What the hell that bloody professor do when I can write an exam online (and of course it is multiple choice questions and answers). 

4. You say, a university cannot offer the course through franchisee agreement. Here, in this case, ADTU and Mysore are offering courses through U18, a private company. How is it not a franchisee model?

What I believe, a university should have complete control over the overall exam, evaluation, course delivery and programme offer. Here, nothing is in control. These are worse than a fake university. I am really surprised the way you people are working and letting it happen. Possibly, you people have vested interest in this. I am sorry if I am sounding harsh, but this is the reality.

5. How can DEB grant approval for MBA, MCA and other programmes without first having AICTE approval? Worst, AICTE has not replied to my RTI application yet, on online reply visible on RTI portal, they replied shortly saying AICTE does not grant approval to distance MBA programmes. What the hell is this?
Have you thought about lakhs of students who will suffer?

May I request you to immediately take action against University of Mysore and Assam Don Bosco as well as Assam Down Town and Assam Don Bosco University?

Below is the chat transcript from the University of Mysore or more appropriately its agent U18 which is self explanatory, misguiding to the student.

Chat transcript





Aarti Bathla
Sun, 09/07/14 02:52:43 pm Asia/Kolkata

Hi there, I am your program counselor. Dropped in for a career oriented program or student support; I am here to help you. Ask me live!





Client
02:52:45 pm

Hi





Aarti Bathla
02:52:49 pm

Hi





Client
02:52:55 pm

What kind of online programme do you offer





Kandra Ahir
02:53:52 pm

May I take your name , email id & contact number?





Client
02:54:20 pm

Omitted (I want all queries on my blog live so people will get the benefit)





Kandra Ahir
02:54:42 pm

Could you please tell me about your academic qualifications and your work experience?





Client
02:55:13 pm

MA 8+ years experience, HR (That’s not completely true (mine is MBA, MA, CRTI, M. Phil, PGDHRO and LLB (Pursuing)





Kandra Ahir
02:55:39 pm

You can apply for our MBA with specialization program from University of Mysore





Client
02:56:05 pm

I have seen that, I have a few questions, are these programmes are available outside Karnataka





Kandra Ahir
02:56:23 pm

We are offering distance learning program through an online medium
So you can access classes from anywhere in India





Client
02:56:45 pm

Good, but what about exam





Kandra Ahir
02:57:29 pm

Exams are conducted online in the form of online web proctored examination system.





Client
02:57:50 pm

You mean to say in my home, on my computer?





Kandra Ahir
02:58:01 pm

So all you need to have is a Desktop/ Laptop , Internet ( 1 mbps), web camera, speakers and micro phone
Yes you can give your exams from anywhere





Client
02:59:26 pm

Ok, but how will you ensure that I am not copying? I can connect another computer or laptop and then google for the answer of questions being asked. Then how do you ensure it is an authentic answer and I have not done any malpractices.





Kandra Ahir
02:59:45 pm

It is an online web proctor examination system. There will be an invigilator who will be monitoring your examination via web camera





Client
03:00:17 pm

Right, but web camera will be on my laptop, it does not capture whole room, right?





Kandra Ahir
03:00:34 pm

There will also be a system, check conducted before the examination. So you will only be able to log in to a particular link for giving the exams
If you try opening another window the exam will be disconnected





Client
03:00:59 pm

Ok, does this kind of exam has UGC approval?
Awaiting your response





Kandra Ahir
03:02:31 pm

Give me a minute
I'd like to clarify that the body responsible for the regulation of courses run in Distance mode, in whichever manner possible, i.e. Correspondence or Online, is the Distance Education Bureau, as of the 16th of May, 2013, prior to which it was the Distance Education Council, under IGNOU.
You may refer to these adopted and continued guidelines at - (http://www.ignou.ac.in/upload/ignoudocs/DEC/Recognition%20of%20Open%20and%20Distance%20Learning%20(ODL)%20Institutions%20-%20Handbook%202009.pdf ) . I'd like to draw your attention in particular to this para in page 14 - The institution should have its own dedicated website for ODL system and help desk services 24 x 7. It should also gradually introduce the system of online admission, delivery of programme, online counselling, video on demand (Lectures), online evaluation etc. - The institution should regularly update its technology as well as introduce new technological innovations in order to provide quality education.
On-line ODL 6.17 With the advancement of technology, the concept of territorial jurisdiction of the institution offering higher education through ODL system has become irrelevant, but the Committee is also conscious of the fact that in past, several institutions have franchised the delivery of programmes to many undeserving individuals / organizations, such practice with commercial motives has degenerated the teaching learning process to mere degree dispensing exercise. Therefore, the Committee recommends that if all the components, viz. admission, Learning Management System (LMS), counseling, submission of assignment and evaluation and final examination of the ODL programme are offered completely online, then there will be no restriction on territorial limits. For offering such online programmes, however, the universities including institutions deemed to be universities and other institutions will have to obtain prior approval of the DECI. (these stupids are providing me an old link)





Client
03:07:23 pm

I know this, UGC is responsible for maintaining overall standard of education including deciding way of evaluation, syllabus, minimum admission criteria, minimum duration and nomenclature of programme, now DEB is under UGC. Also for MBA and MCA separate AICTE approval is mandatory





Kandra Ahir
03:07:52 pm

AICTE approval is required for regular technical courses and not for distance learning program
And MBA is a management program





Client
03:08:36 pm

so my questions are: 1. Has DEB approved University of Mysore to offer these programmes (MBA, MCA, M.Sc. IT etc.), has AICTE approval been taken? and Has UGC approved this kind of exam pattern where people can take exam from their home on their own computer





Kandra Ahir
03:08:48 pm

Please read the above paragraphs





Client
03:09:26 pm

I think you are misguiding me. Please refer DEB circular which says "Technical/ Professional Programmes: In case of technical/professional programmes offered by the university is concerned, wherever required, approval from the concerned apex bodies in the country such as AICTE, NCTE, etc. is required to be obtained for which the responsibility vests with the university concerned."
Here is the link for your reference http://www.ugc.ac.in/deb/pdf/Recognitionsaccordedunivandinsts.pdf





Kandra Ahir
03:09:51 pm

University of Mysore is UGC as well as NAAC accreditated.
So kindly read the above paragraphs that will give you the information.





Client
03:10:53 pm

Dear Sir/ Madam, I know it is UGC recognized but my question is-  have you taken approval from AICTE as well as DEB and UGC (for taking exam)
see, I have experience of CMJ, MGU and EIILM and want to make sure that my degree is authentic so please reply me point to point





Kandra Ahir
03:12:22 pm

Where it is mentioned AICTE APPROVAL is required for exams





Client
03:12:26 pm

above DEB circular clearly says that a university offering distance courses has to take separate approval from apex body and just DEB approval is not sufficient. So Do these programmes have separate approval from AICTE to offer in distance mode
see, your programme is lucrative and easy, can be given from home and none of the universities except ADTU, Assam Don Bosco, Amity etc have offered this way. I do not want to take risk with a private university so opting Mysore and yes, the great thing is I can give exam from home. I just want to ask, has UGC approved such kind of exam system where one can give exam from home 





Kandra Ahir
03:14:48 pm

I would appreciate if can answer my question too.





Client
03:15:44 pm

I do not understand you are counsellor of University of Mysore or me? should I give answer? I am asking query to you and instead of replying straight forward you are giving me round and round sentence





Kandra Ahir
03:15:48 pm

I'd like to clarify that the body responsible for the regulation of courses run in Distance mode, in whichever manner possible, i.e. Correspondence or Online, is the Distance Education Bureau, as of the 16th of May ,2013, prior to which it was the Distance Education Council, under IGNOU. As per this notification - (http://www.ugc.ac.in/deb/notices/UGCNotification-17thJune2013.pdf ), the DEB , till such time as it could frame new notifications for Distance Education, has adopted the erstwhile DEC's guidelines. You may refer to these adopted and continued guidelines at - (http://www.ignou.ac.in/upload/ignoudocs/DEC/Recognition%20of%20Open%20and%20Distance%20Learning%20(ODL)%20Institutions%20-%20Handbook%202009.pdf ) . I'd like to draw your attention in particular to this para in page 14 - The institution should have its own dedicated website for ODL system and help desk services 24 x 7. It should also gradually introduce the system of online admission, delivery of programme, online counselling, video on demand (Lectures), online evaluation etc. - The institution should regularly update its technology as well as introduce new technological innovations in order to provide quality education. As you can see, the guidelines are specifically mentioning online evaluations as a desired system. Also, the other instructions on evaluations, on Page 12, as listed in the following para, leave it to the University to decide on the evaluation system - The parent institution should clearly spell out the evaluation mechanism and procedure duly approved by the statutory bodies of the universities and make available qualified staff for the purpose. . I would also take this opportunity to draw your attention to the " Report of the Committee to Suggest Measures to Regulate the Standards of Education Being Imparted through Distance Mode (Prof. Madhava Menon Committee Report) " on http://mhrd.gov.in/documents/term/83available at http://mhrd.gov.in/sites/upload_files/mhrd/files/madhava_menon_committee_on_odl_2.pdf It was on the basis of this reports recommendations did the Government of India dissolve Distance Education Council and hand over the regulatory powers it held to UGC under the DEB, and intends to frame the policy to be followed henceforth. I'd like to draw your attention to specific paras on Page 66 in this report, as under On-line ODL 6.17 With the advancement of technology, the concept of territorial jurisdiction of the institution offering higher education through ODL system has become irrelevant, but the Committee is also conscious of the fact that in past, several institutions have franchised the delivery of programmes to many undeserving individuals / organizations, such practice with commercial motives has degenerated the teaching learning process to mere degree dispensing exercise. Therefore, the Committee recommends that if all the components, viz. admission, Learning Management System (LMS), counseling, submission of assignment and evaluation and final examination of the ODL programme are offered completely online, then there will be no restriction on territorial limits. For offering such online programmes, however, the universities including institutions deemed to be universities and other institutions will have to obtain prior approval of the DECI. While the Madhava Menon Committee Report is yet to be implemented fully, it does bear witness to the fact that it is the continued policy of the government to encourage online programs, and examinations. Also, the DECI as mentioned in this report is yet to be formed, as well as regulations for the same yet to be notified. Also, I'd like to remind you that the UGC / DEB has recently renewed our approval for courses in May 2014, vide this letter -http://www.dbuniversity.ac.in/UGC-Distance-Education-Bureau-Approval-ADBU.php I'd like to clarify finally on the question you asked, by confirming, that the current as well as proposed policy of the Government actively encourages online evaluation, in fact recommending it in the Madhava Menon Committee Report. The current policy (DEC) also explicitly allows the University to set its evaluation delivery systems. In light of the above, we're proud of being at the forefront of this area, in leveraging technology to aid our students, without diluting the quality of the delivery systems. I understand that there may be some vested interests working actively create a doubt in students minds regarding this issue, taking advantage of the apparent lack of clarity on these issues. I would request you to share with us any websites that may have written on this, so that we may take appropriate action against them. I hope this does clarify your concern. If not, do not hesitate to write back, and I'll try to address the issues better.





Client
03:16:32 pm

sir, I am asking about Mysore not ADTU
please reply following
Does University of Mysore have DEB approval to offer courses in non conventional mode i.e. distance education, online , off campus or outreach?
Does it has mandatory AICTE approval to offer courses in distance and online mode (MBA, MCA, M.Sc. IT)
Has UGC approved this kind of exam system where people can give exam from their home?





Kandra Ahir
03:20:38 pm

Can you please provide me with the link which says that AICTE approval is required for Distance learning programs?





Client
03:21:18 pm

please see above, I have already given link and even on your Assam Down Town approval letter it has clearly specified that approval is required
Technical/ Professional Programmes: In case of technical/professional programmes offered by the university is concerned, wherever required, approval from the concerned apex bodies in the country such as AICTE, NCTE, etc. is required to be obtained for which the responsibility vests with the university concerned.
above is the excerpts
here is the link
http://www.ugc.ac.in/deb/pdf/Recognitionsaccordedunivandinsts.pdf





Kandra Ahir
03:23:31 pm

I am aware of the link and it clearly states that AICTE approval is required for required for regular technical courses.





Client
03:24:31 pm

have you gone crazy? The above link is of all the institute  approved from DEB for offering programme through distance education mode, open mode, online mode, unconventional mode etc.and it has clearly mentioned and meant for distance education
go through your own ADBU link where you shown me about approval The DEB has clearly mentioned there too, separate approval to be taken
also, I could not find DEB approval to University of Mysore to offer courses in distance/ online mode
can you please provide me the link.
and also, if it is approved what is the course fee
and can I complete MBA in 1 year
Here is the entire paragraph for your reference
RECOGNITION ACCORDED TO UNIVERSITIES / INSTITUTIONS FOR OFFERING PROGRAMMES THROUGH DISTANCE MODE as on 26th June 2014 IMPORTANT: Institutional Recognition: The erstwhile DEC had not accorded approval to any specific programme offered by the university / institution and it is the university/ institution to decide the programmes to be offered through distance mode and seek approval of the statutory bodies of the university and other apex bodies, wherever required. Territorial Jurisdiction: In case of Central Universities and the State Universities, the Territorial Jurisdiction will be as per their Acts and Statutes for offering programmes through distance mode. The Territorial Jurisdiction in case of Deemed University will be as per UGC which mandates the prior approval of the UGC for opening Study Centres / Off Campus Centres outside the HQs. The territorial jurisdiction in case of Private Institutions (other than Universities) shall be their HQs and in no case outside the State concerned. For recent notification of UGC dated 27 June 2013 on Territorial Jurisdiction please refer UGC website www.ugc.ac.in Study Centres: The Distance Education Bureau (DEB-UGC) does not give approval to the Study Centres of any university/institution either directly or through franchise as they are established by the university/institution concerned as per the provisions available in their Acts and Statutes. Technical/ Professional Programmes: In case of technical/professional programmes offered by the university is concerned, wherever required, approval from the concerned apex bodies in the country such as AICTE, NCTE, etc. is required to be obtained for which the responsibility vests with the university concerned.
and while reading, another thing struck me, the territorial jurisdiction
as per DEB (Distance Education Bureau) a state university cannot offer any course outside its state then will my degree be valid





Kandra Ahir
03:28:34 pm

In pursuance of the directions issued by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education, Government of India dated 29.12.2012, the regulatory functions with regard to Distance Education programmes in higher education have now been vested with the University Grants Commission
Thank you for your chat. Feel free to contact us again.




Were all your questions answered? (Yes/No) No
Were you satisfied with the way the counsellor handled your chat? Please provide some details. She just skipped conversation
Duration: 35m 58s
Chat has been opened from website: http://www.uni-mysore.in/

So these degree sellers instead of replying me, disconnected chat twice.
You decide what do you want and then take a decision. I do not have any problem if a university does not care about following unnecessary rule and providing quality education, but if somebody sell degree like this for money and pollutes education, It hurts me and make me angry. Finally, it is your decision. I am just brining the fact here.

Govind
Mumbai

September 07, 2014

8 comments:

  1. Thank a lot Divya. Kudos. You have done excellent work. Your this work has made this article more credible. As far as action concerns, just now I have sent mail to DEB, UGC including Chairman of UGC as well as Director of DEB which is self explanatory. I have marked you CC in the email too. I had notified them as soon as I exposed Mysore University and U18 and unfortunately, till now, there is no action from them.
    Regards
    Govind

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  2. Your doing Excellent job. this is very good information for society. please don't stop c,, continue... all the best.

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  3. excellent job. please continue

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  4. Hello Govind, Thank you for sharing all these knowledge with us. I have a doubt Mr Govind, according to my knowledge management education doesn't need AICTE approval as per the SC ruling 2013. So how the AICTE approval is going to affect the validity of MBA.
    Again, if the examination process and the course is approved by DEB would you suggest getting an online MBA from UoM? (I couldn't find UoM listed in the DEB university list, so how can I verify their accreditations and approvals?)

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  5. Please read this...


    IEXTRACT FROM TIIE GAZETTE Ol'INDIA, Pnnr I-Src. 1, dated 25th July 20151
    MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
    (DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION)
    New Delhi, the lOs June 2015
    No. F. 6-1i2013-Dl-Whereas by the notification of the Govemment of India in the lvlinistry of Human Resource
    Development (Department of Higher Educarion) Number 44 dated l" March, 1995 published in the Gazette.o.f India, Part 1,
    Section I, it had been decided that all tire qualidcations awarded through Distance Educatioir by the Universities established
    by an Act of Parliament or State Legislature, Institutions Deemed to be Universities under Section 3 olthe University Grants
    iommission Act, 1956 and Institutions of Nationat Importance declared under an Act of Parliament stand automatically
    recognized for the purpose of employment to posts and services under the Cenrral Government, Provided they have becn
    appr-oved by Distance b,ducation Council, Indiia Gandhi National Open University, New Dethi and wherever necessary by
    RliIndiaCounciliorTechnicalEducation,NewDelhi,
    And whereas the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education vide its order dated
    29'h December,2Al2 and 25'h February, 2014 has entrusted the regulatory work of Open and Distance Learning (ODL)
    mode of education in the higher education system to the University Grants Commission (UGC)'
    And whereas, Indira Gandhi National Open University vide its notification dated l" May, 2013 has dissolved the
    Distance Education Council of the University.
    Now, THEREFORE, the Central Covemment hereby notifies that att the degrees/diplomas/certificates
    including technical education degrees/diplomas awarded through Open and Distance Learning mode of education by the
    Unir.rtili;r.rtablished by an Aciof Pariiament or State l.egislature, InstitutionS Deemed to be Universities under Section 3
    oI the University Crants Commission Act, 1956 and Institutions of National Importance declared under an Act of Parliament
    stand automatiialty recognized for the purpose of employment to posts and services under the Central Covernment'
    provided they have been approved by the University Crants Commission'
    SHASHI PRAKASH COYAL
    Joint Secretary (TEL)

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  6. DO we have some more information on this?

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  7. Hi Govind, Thanks for your information. I want to know that, Is there any college provides complete online(includes exam) programme with all accredition and recognizion?

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  8. Hi Govind,

    Thank you for opening my eyes. I almost got admitted to UOM for online MBA but after reading this I will not attend and I will spread your message. I already got fooled by KSOU by doing online executive MBA. completed degree and UGC derecognized KSOU. My money, my degree and ebergy all wasted.
    I have a question for you. I am from shimoga Karnataka. Kuvempu university offers DISTANCE MBA for which admission is done online and I think it is without entrance exam. even though the university is good one and recognized by UGC, i doubt that its correspondence MBA is not recognized one. it is offering this program through outsider ICBM something which is located in Chennai which is clearly outside its jurisdiction.but all exams are conducted in university campus and also university conducts few days classes also for each semester. what are your inputs on this? Do you think this MBA by Kuvemou university is valid?

    Thanks a lot

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