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College Of Professional Studies, Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh


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College Of Professional Studies, Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh
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CIRCUIT HOUSE ROAD, SADAR BAZAR
Hoshangabad (District Hoshangabad)
Madhya Pradesh, India



College Of Professional Studies, Hoshangabad Madhya Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Status: Private College. College Of Professional Studies, Hoshangabad Madhya Pradesh was established on / in 2000.


Principal of College Of Professional Studies, Hoshangabad Madhya Pradesh is Sh AB Singh.

College Of Professional Studies is situated in Hoshangabad of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Chairman : Sh sunil.



Courses

Number of seats in College Of Professional Studies, Hoshangabad Madhya Pradesh is 50.
College Of Professional Studies, Hoshangabad Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Degree,Computer Application stream(s).
B.Com All Comp. Subjects with C.A.
B.Sc FC, Phy., Comp. Sc. Maths
BCA
MCM

Approval details: College Of Professional Studies is affiliated with Barkatullah University, Bhopal



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NCTE appeal order for College Of Professional Studies Hoshangabad

F.No.89-430-2009-Appeal
NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TEACHER EDUCATION
Hans Bhawan, Wing II, 1, Bahadurshah Zafar Marg, New Delhi - 110002

O R D E R

WHEREAS the appeal of College of Professional Studies, Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh dated 09-06-2009 is against the Order No. NCTE-WRC-MP-Legal-APW03342-223437-115th-2009-53089 dated 01-04-2009 of the Western Regional Committee, refusing recognition for conducting B.Ed course on the grounds “1) The institution is running B.Ed. Course in the leased building but lease is registered in the name of individual. 2) The institution building is constructed on 6000 sq.mt. size of the class room is 120 sq.ft. and multipurpose hall is 1020 sq.ft. which is not as per NCTE Norms. 3) College is housed in residental 3 storied flat.”

AND WHEREAS the Correspondent, College of Professional Studies (hereinafter referred to as the appellant), preferred an appeal dated 09-06-2009 to the National Council for Teacher Education, New Delhi (hereinafter referred to as the Council) under Section 18 of the NCTE Act, 1993 against the said Order.

AND WHEREAS Shri Vijay Singh Rai, Member and Shri R.S. Bhadonria, Member, College of Professional Studies, Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh presented the case of the appellant institution on 19.12.09. In the appeal and during personal presentation it was submitted that the appellant had been conducting B.Ed programme, since 2006-07. In reference to the show cause notice points, it was submitted that the institution is accommodated in a building rented for 30 years and the rent deed is in the name of the society; It was having 16,000 sq. ft. of built up area in a 3 storey building on a plot of 6,000 sq. ft.; the size of class room was 540 sq. ft. and that of Multipurpose hall was 1500 sq. ft.; The building of the college was a commercial building and this may be verified from approval letter of Chief Municipal Officer, Hoshangabad.

AND WHEREAS the Council made the following observations:

(a) the Council noted that the appellant’s society was in possession of 6000 sq. ft. land and 16000 sq. ft. of built-up area on 30 years rent basis, as per the “Kiraya Nama” dt. 23.03.09; 6000 sq. ft. of land was inadequate as per norms; further premises on rent were not permissible as per norms. Though the appellant mentioned that they had purchased a piece of land and building construction would be completed within six months after obtaining loan from bank, but he failed to produce any document in proof of land purchase, approved building plan etc. it further noted that the inspection team vide its report dt. 16.01.09 inter-alia mentioned that the institution was lacking adequate infrastructal and instructional facilities as required under norms and standards. The Council therefore came to the conclusion that there was no justification in accepting the appeal and that it should be rejected. (b) the Council observed that as per the direction of the Hon’ble High Court of Madhya Pradesh at Jabalpur in W.P. No. 6146-2008 filed by Subhash Rahangdale Vs. NCTE and Others the
institution was got inspected by the NCTE Hqrs and as a sequel to the report of the inspection, the WRC was directed to issue a Show Cause Notice under Section 17 of the NCTE Act to initiate the process of withdrawal of recognition of the institution as the institution was placed under the list of institutions “Not recognised” and this status was submitted to the Hon’ble Court with the stipulation that the formal action would be taken to withdraw the recognition. As a follow up to the NCTE direction the WRC issued Show Cause Notice under Section 17 and after considering the institution’s reply to the show cause notice, the WRC issued an order dated 01.04.09 refusing the recognition of the institution under Section 14(3)(b) of the NCTE Act, on the ground that the said institution was covered under the principle formulated by the Hon’ble High Court of M.P. in its judgement in the “Jan Sewa Shiksha Samiti” case. (c). the Council noted that the institutions was issued a formal recognition order on 30.10.06
under Section 14 of NCTE Act, followed by the affiliation of the University. As such, the WRC should not have issued an Order for Refusal of recognition to an already existing recognized institution, rather it should have withdrawn the recognition under Section 17 of NCTE Act 1993 with the prospective effect. Also the institution needed to be permitted to continue its recognition during the academic session 2007-2008, as the institution was duly recognised and affiliated by the University during the academic session 2007-08 and was therefore not covered by the directions issued under the “Jan Sewa Shiksha Samiti” case. The Council reasoned out that the order of the refusal of recognition under Section 14(3)(b) be modified to that of withdrawal of recognition under Section 17 of the NCTE Act as per the provisions of the Act.

AND WHEREAS after perusal of documents, memorandum of appeal, affidavit, VT Report Written submission and after hearing oral arguments advanced during the hearing, the Council felt the orders issued by WRC for refusal of recognition under Section 14(3)(b) needed modification to the extent that recognition of the institution be withdrawn under Section 17 of the NCTE Act. The withdrawal shall be with prospective effect i.e. with effect from the date of the issue of this order, with the following conditions:

(a). The student already admitted, with due observance of affiliation norms-conditions, be allowed to complete the programme. (b). No fresh admission, either backdated or post dated (with reference to any backlog whatsoever), shall be made in the institution subsequent to the date of the withdrawal of NCTE recognition.

(Hasib Ahmad)
Member Secretary

1. The Secretary, College of Professional Studies, Curcit House Road Sadar Bazar, Hoshangabad - -, Madhya Pradesh
2. The Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi.
3. Regional Director, Western Regional Committee, Manas Bhawan, Shayamala Hills, Bhopal - 462002.
4. PS to Chairperson
5. The Secretary, Education (looking after Teacher Education) Government of Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal.

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