The Agriculture and Forestry University (AFU), Rampur has made it obvious that it had allowed its affiliations to eight private schools through a due procedure.
The University expressed this by arranging a press meet here today. College vice chancellor Prof Dr Ishwari Prasad Dhakal said affiliations were given to seven private schools for running the Bachelors’ degree classes on farming and to one school for the ranger service course by finishing every single required process.
The University understood the need of giving its affiliations to the private part, remembering developing enthusiasm among understudies to seek after higher degrees in farming and ranger service. The college needs to address this circumstance, as indicated by the bad habit chancellor. College Registrar Manaraj Kolakshapati safeguarding bad habit chancellor said the University move was dissented for no reason by any stretch of the imagination.
The University authorities have no individual and associations with those schools which were granted the affiliations through a procedure for meeting every single required basis which additionally incorporates physical framework, he included.
It might be noticed that understudies and University educators have been unsettled by the choice to give affiliations to the private schools and have requested its withdrawal. (RSS)