Highlights of 5th Managing Council Meeting of AMUCT
5th MCM of AMUCT held at AMUCT office on 29th May 2014 at 3.30 pm. 38 members were present.
Main Discussions and Resolutions
 AMUCT congratulated Dr. A M Narahari, who was nominated as the member to the Committee on “To prepare a Compendium of Research output and its impact Evaluation in Higher Education Institutions in Karnataka” by the Karnataka State Higher Education Council.
 Annual General Body Meeting: The AGM will be held on July 6, 2014 at St. Aloysius College, Mangalore. It was decided to hold only business session in the AGM and to organize a separate Convention on Academics in the month of October / November. The session will start at 10. 00 am. Election to the posts of a)President , b) General Secretary, c) Treasurer, d) Vice President – I e) Vice President - II, f) Joint Secretary - I g) Joint Secretary – II for the year 2014-2016 will also be held in the AGM. Dr. Narasimha Moorthy , Associate Professor of Kannada, Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore was appointed as the Returning Officer for conducting the election. In the AGM felicitations to distinguished achievers / retired members of AMUCT will be held after the business session.

 

Other Issues:
 It was decided to write a letter to Mangalore University to sort out the following issues:
1) To consider BBM and BCA courses as general courses on par with BA, B.Sc and B.Com as all these courses are credit based semester schemes. At present these courses are in the professional courses list and university collects more fee from the students thereby making them more expensive.
2) To urge them not to permit the colleges to close aided BA courses and any institution planning to do so shall obtain prior permission from the university as well as the Dept of Higher Education.
3) To restrict the maximum number of students in any course to not more than 80 per class.
4) Not to implement common syllabus of for the language subjects.
5) To give Teachers’ representation in University Bodies like Syndicate and Academic Council.
6) To simplify the modalities of organising PhD Course work so as to facilitate maximum number teachers to pursue Ph. D. studies.
• The members also raised serious concerns for nominating persons from outside the University Jurisdiction to Syndicate and other university bodies.
• Developments related to Notional Increment issues, pending UGC arrears and others have been informed to the members.
• It was decided to write letters thanking them for appointing new JD to our region as per our request to the Principal Secretary, Commissioner and Director of Collegiate Education.
• It was decided to appeal the members to extend financial support to Mr Vishwanath, Guest faculty, Govt College, Balmatta to meet his medical expenses

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