NMIMS Online Education Ban: Are Jobs Eligible? Students Raise Concerns About Career Opportunities
NMIMS online education ban
Times Now spoke with college alumnus Garima Arora. She earned her MBA for Work Executives (MBA WX) from NMIMS this month.
A total of 227 students studied in the February 2022-April 2023 batch. Garima says her batchmates now feel intimidated by how this will affect their careers. In terms of the time, money, and effort you put into pursuing it, you’ll eventually lose credibility.
Garima added, “Furthermore, there are those who disagree with UGC’s claims. The course has been very helpful to us both personally and professionally, and the university is actually good at running this distance learning course.” I feel like I did the job.” UGC warns potential students to refuse admission to courses offered by the institution.
Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies Releases Official Statement
NMIMS, referring to the announcement issued by UGC for Open and Distance Learning (ODL) and Online Programs, states: We are reviewing the notification and working with all concerned to address the issue and resolve the situation as soon as possible. ”
UGC mandate does not affect full-time and offline programs
In a statement, NMIMS said the UGC obligation does not apply and does not affect full-time and/or offline programs. The statement further reads: We make every effort to maintain the highest levels of academic excellence in our programs. ”
UGC has now decided to ban ODL and online program offerings for academic sessions January-February 2023, July-August 2023, and January-February 2024.
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