Most Of Private Varsities Runs With Insufficient Full-time Teachers: Nahid
Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said, Most of private colleges are experiencing absence of full-time instructors and other instructive offices.
Sprawling private colleges in the nation don't select qualified and experienced instructors according to necessity just to do energetic business that corrupts the quality training of understudies, he included.
The Education Minister said that at a fresher's gathering project of Metropolitan University (MU), Sylhet in the Kabi Nazrul Auditorium in the Sylhet city on February 23, 2016 (Tuesday).
The fresher's gathering system was directed by the University Vice-Chancellor Professor Md. Saleh Uddin. The University Registrar Fazlur Rob Tanvir gave the appreciated discourse.
College Board of Trustees Chairman Taufiq Rahman Chowdhury, senior scholarly Md. Abdul Aziz, previous MP Shafiqur Rahman Chowdhury, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology Treasurer Elias Uddin Biswas, Sylhet Education Board Chairman Golam Kibria Tapadara were available as the extraordinary visitors.
By University Grants Commission report for 2011, upwards of 52 private colleges of the period have 564 full-time educators while Dhaka University exclusively has 747 ones.
According to the UGC rules, every bureau of a private college ought to have no less than one full-time or partner teacher, however the vast majority of them have neglected to fill the bill according to prerequisite.