Delhi University proposes to increase the number of students in a lecture by about 50% to 60% per batch . The number of students in tutorials will rise threefold, according to the Delhi Universitys Executive Council .
Delhi University has proposed to increase the number of students in a lecture by about 50% to 60% per batch, a move opposed by teachers.According to the latest university initiative, the number of students in tutorials will rise threefold, according to the Delhi Universitys Executive Council, which was released the bill on Thursday, with two EC members opposing it, saying that the change to increase the student-teacher ratio will have an effect on the quality of instruction.CUET 2022 Score is available at several colleges and universities across the United States.Free download!UR-OBC-SC-ST is the cut off for CUET 2022.Check It Out Now!(See also: DU Admissions Process.Check Out Now The DU has 60 students per batch for lectures, 30 for workshops, and 25 for practical courses in undergraduate programs, according to EC member Seema Das. The numbers per batch for postgraduate studies are 50, 25, and 15-20, respectively.On November 11, the university sent out a notice to colleges in the area.Also Read According to Das, the Executive Council gave its blessing to uniformity in the teacher-student ratio in all the programmes and courses offered by the university and its colleges, both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, following the notice.Several school associations have criticized the notice, which calls it larger-than-ideal batch sizes. According to Registrar Vikas Gupta, the university decided to introduce a uniformity in teacher-student ratios for all its programs in the notice.The raising of the tutorial group size to 30 students for UG courses and 25 for PG courses, according to the dissidents, negates the very concept of small group interaction, thus denying students the opportunity to gain a deeper appreciation and clarify their concerns.The European Commission has also accepted the second semester syllabi of four-year undergraduate courses based on the Undergraduate Curriculum Framework.During the meeting, recommendations in this regard were put forward. According to Das, the Executive Council has endorsed the syllabi for the second semester of undergraduate courses.The motion to raise the fee for PhD thesis evaluation by Rs 2,500 was also accepted at the meeting.The thesis submission fee for students with a fellowship was earlier Rs 5,000.The fee would increase by more than 80% from Rs 3,000 to Rs 5,500 for students without a fellowship.