Pune: Three Universities From Maharashtra Are Under Top Five In ‘Academic Bank Of Credits’

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Pune, 10th April 2023: In accordance with the New Education Policy, the scheme ‘Academic Bank of Credits’ has been taken up. Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) is at the top position in the country in terms of student information, followed by Delhi University. Reportedly, three universities from Maharashtra are included in the top five in the register.

According to the Education Policy, students are given priority for multidisciplinary education. As a student studies, his course credit points must transfer from one educational institution to another. For this purpose, the Academic Bank of Credits (ABC) portal has been launched by the Central Government.

Five Universities And Number Of Students Registered:

– IGNOU University: 20.21 lakh

– Delhi University: 9.90 lakh

– Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik: 5.06 lakh

– Savitribai Phule Pune University: 4.48 lakh

– Mumbai University: 2.23 lakh

A student account will be opened in ABC. Each student will then be given a unique ID. Students have to follow instructions. The credit for the courses taken by the students of higher education institutions will be deposited in the academic bank. A student will receive a certificate, degree, or diploma based on the credit accumulated in the academic bank.

If students have to drop out of the course for some reason, their years will not be wasted. Along with that, every record of students will be safe in the Academic Bank of Credit. Overall this facility will act like a digital locker.


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