UGC declared 14 universities of Rajasthan as defaulters, see full list

Jaipur : University Grants Commission has declared 157 universities of the country as defaulters. These include 14 universities of Rajasthan. This sudden move of UGC (Union Grant Commission) has shocked everyone. The most shocking thing is that 7 government universities are also included in these 14 defaulter universities of Rajasthan. University Grants Commission has declared 108 government, 47 private and 2 deemed universities as defaulters out of the list of 157. For this, UGC has cited the reason as non-appointment of Lokpal in universities as per the stipulated time and rules.

Universities violated the rules

According to the information, the commission had made it mandatory to appoint an ombudsman in every college to hear the complaints of students as per the 2023 rules of UGC. On January 17, the UGC published a list of universities that did not follow these rules by including them in the defaulter list. These universities were also repeatedly warned in this regard, but the University Grants Commission has taken this step when no action was taken by the universities.

14 universities of Rajasthan declared as defaulters by UGC

Names of universities Place name
Baba Amte Disabled University Jaipur
Jai Narain Vyas University Jodhpur
Maharaja Ganga Singh University Bikaner
Rajasthan Veterinary & Animal Sciences University Bikaner
Swami Keshwanand Rajasthan Agricultural University Bikaner
Kota University quota
Vishwakarma Skill University Jaipur
Maulana Azad University Luni, Jodhpur
Pacific Medical University Udaipur
Pratap University Jaipur
Shri Kallaji Vedic University Jodhpur
Jodhpur National University Jodhpur
Jai Minesh Tribal University, quota

Recognition can be saved

Along with these 13 universities, the University Grants Commission has ordered 144 universities that if these universities appoint Lokpal in time, then they will be removed from the defaulter list, but before that they will have to inform about it on the following email ID.

In case of Central University:
In case of State University:
In case of Deemed University:
In case of Private University:

Compliance with the new education policy is necessary
In the new National Education Policy, appointment of Lokpal has been made mandatory for all universities so that the cases of students can be heard seriously and resolved. Many provisions have also been made for the appointment of Lokpal. These also include the provision of appointing a retired judge as Lokpal. Those universities which did not appoint Lokpal keeping in mind the new education policy, those universities have been declared defaulters and warned so that they can make the appointment as soon as possible. A warning has been issued to the defaulting universities by the UGC.