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Fake Universities in India
The University Grants Commission (UGC) reported 20 universities throughout India have been labeled as “fake.” Students cannot receive any degrees from these institutions. Delhi is home to the most of these universities, eight in total. The UGC’s action aims to safeguard students from falling for the scam of receiving their education from dubious and unaccredited institutions. Before enrolling, it is crucial for both students and their parents to confirm the university’ accreditation status.
A number of institutions are issuing degrees in violation of the requirements of the UGC Act, the UGC has learned. Degrees conferred by such institutions are not authentic nor recognized for use in further education or the workforce.
List of Fake Universities in India Released by UGC
Twenty fraudulent universities in India were announced and verified in a public notice by the University Grants Commission (UGC). These ‘fake universities’ are not permitted or eligible to award students any degrees, according to the warning. Parents, students, and the general public were also urged by UGC to be vigilant about these fraudulent universities. A crucial issue that was emphasized by the University Grants Commission was that only colleges and universities that were founded in accordance with a Central Act, a State Act, a Provincial Act, or an institution that was given permission to confer or award degrees under the terms of the UGC Act, 1956, were permitted to award degrees. The List of fake universities released by the UGC below in the table:
|List of Fake Universities in India released by UGC|
|Name of the States||Fake Universities in the States|
|Karnataka||Badaganvi Sarkar World Open University Education Society,|
|Kerala||St. John’s University, Kishanattam|
|Maharashtra||Raja Arabic University, Nagpur|
|Puducherry||Sree Bodhi Academy of Higher Education, Thilaspet, Vazhuthavoor Road|
How many Universities are Fake in India?
A public notice has been released recently by University Grant Commission stating that the universities that has not been established through central laws, state laws and standalone institutions hence they can offer any course to the students. University Grant Commission has announced the a list of 20 Fake university which is being spread in different states in India with Delhi as the home of most fake universities which is 8 in number. Check the List of fake universities released by the UGC as mentioned above in the table.
How to report Fake Universities to UGC?
The Commission is continually working to update its webpage and is still identifying institutions and schools that are phony or bogus. In order to be aware of the bogus universities, it is important for parents and students to keep an eye on the list as it is updated. Parents and students are urged to visit the official UGC website at https://www.ugc.gov.in/ to learn how to tell the difference between universities that are authorized and those that are not. In order for authorities to take the proper action against schools that are giving courses or degrees in violation of the UGC Act, students and parents are advised to alert the Commission by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.