GU grants permission to Sulcorn School for FY BSc (Hons) Agriculture program

21 September 2021 , 06:07 AM IST

GU grants permission to Sulcorn School for FY BSc (Hons) Agriculture program

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PANJIM: Goa College (GU) has knowledgeable the Bombay Excessive Courtroom in Goa that it has granted provisional permission to Don Bosco School of Agriculture, Sulcorn in Quepem for the primary 12 months of BSc (Hons) Agriculture program for the educational 12 months 2021-22 Is.

The school had approached the Excessive Courtroom final month, difficult the withdrawal of affiliation by GU from its BSc (Hons) Agriculture program for the present interval. The Excessive Courtroom had directed each GU and the school to come back to a consensus.

Accordingly, GU granted provisional affiliation to the school for the primary 12 months B.Sc program for the present tutorial interval.

Based mostly on GU’s plea, the school withdrew its petition. Began in 2015, the school is the primary agricultural institute in Goa to supply B.Sc (Hons) skilled 4-year diploma in Agriculture.

Until now the school has seen three batches of scholars who’ve accomplished the course. The school submitted to the courtroom that they weren’t given a possibility of being heard earlier than withdrawing their affiliation from the establishment.

It sought continuation of the affiliation of the agriculture programme, which was granted by GU on March 12, 2021. Nevertheless, based mostly on a letter from the Indian Council of Agricultural Analysis (ICAR), GU withdrew the affiliation on July 31, 2021 with out giving a possibility. The institute might be heard. The ICAR, in a letter to the GU Vice-Chancellor, had stated that the ICAR’s Nationwide Board of Agricultural Schooling throughout its assembly didn’t think about the BSc (Hons) Agriculture program of Don Bosco School of Agriculture for recognition.

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