Private Varsities Failed To Fulfill Conditions Will Be Shut Down: Nahid
Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid on January 05, 2016 (Tuesday) said various private universities are yet to satisfy their conditions.
"These colleges can't keep running thusly for long", he said while managing the fourth Convocation of Uttara University (UU) as the agent of President Abdul Hamid.
The Minister said, private colleges would need to take after 'Private University Act 2010' and make harmonious environment for cutting edge and time-befitting research and create libraries and labs.
College Grants Commission (UGC) Chairman Professor Abdul Mannan was the meeting speaker while UU Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. M. Azizur Rahman and UU Board of Trustee Chairman M. Badrul Iqbal likewise tended to the capacity.
The Education Minister said the quantity of understudies in private colleges is one lakh more than in the state funded colleges. Numerous private colleges are attempting to upgrade their qualities, he said, including that the private colleges would have the capacity to pull in remote understudies, in the event that they get to be fruitful.
Nurul Islam Nahid said the legislature does not make any diverse between the understudies of the private and state funded colleges. The administration needs to guarantee uniformity instruction for every one of them.
He asked the private college powers to keep their confirmation and educational cost charges inside of an utmost in perspective of the financial condition. In the capacity, the Minister honored testaments to 3,000 graduates.