Cuttack-based Madhusudan Regulation College now recognised by UGC
The College Grants Fee (UGC) has recognised the Cuttack–based Madhusudan Regulation College. The college will now be entitled to obtain central grants. It was previously a regulation faculty and have become college solely in April 2021.
The Union Schooling Minister Dharmendra Pradhan took to Twitter to announce this. The Miniter mentioned: “The Cuttack-based Madhusudan Law University has been recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) as a university under Section 2 (F) of the UGC Act 1956 and has been included in the university list. Under the UGC Act 1956, Section 12 (b), the university will soon receive a central grant.”
“This, of course, fulfills the expectations and aspirations of law students in Odisha, PM Narendra Modi hopes to give students a new identity and improve the quality of legal education in the state, in line with his visionary national education policy,” he added.
The eight decade-old establishment named after Utkal Gourab Madhubabu, the Union Schooling Minister mentioned, is without doubt one of the greatest regulation schools within the area. The central authorities is dedicated to rework the upper schooling panorama as per the imaginative and prescient of PM Narendra Modi and in step with the Nationwide Schooling Coverage (NEP).
Pleased to share that Madhusudan Regulation College, Cuttack has been included within the checklist of Universities established as per part 2(f) of the UGC Act, 1956. The College will quickly have the ability to obtain central help underneath the part 12(b) of the UGC Act.
— Dharmendra Pradhan (@dpradhanbjp) October 13, 2021