The Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNU) authorised a proposal for digital submission of M.Phil, M.Tech dissertations and PhD theses on Thursday.
In response to a press release from Professor Chintamani Mahapatra, Rector-I of JNU, the proposal was authorised on the 286th Government Council assembly of the college.
“JNU will likely be taking the lead in India to launch this novel strategy of dissertation and thesis submission via the digital mode. This can facilitate a well timed, hassle-free and really handy strategy of submission of M.Phil dissertations, M.Tech dissertations and PhD theses for analysis by the analysis students of the college,” the assertion stated.
JNU has already put in place an internet theses-tracking system.
Even earlier than the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tutorial Council of the college had authorised the holding of viva voice examinations for the award of analysis levels.
Greater than 150 viva voice assessments for the award of doctoral levels have been performed on-line throughout the pandemic, the assertion stated.
The process of on-line submission of dissertations and theses contains the “No Dues Clearance” type submission by the scholars. The college or centre places of work will course of the acquisition of the related clearances for the scholars on-line and the scholars will not have to maneuver from place to put with a bodily type to get “No Dues” clearances below the brand new process.
All of the official necessities, resembling a plagiarism examine of the draft dissertations and theses and cost of charges will likely be performed digitally, the assertion stated.
JNU Vice Chancellor Professor M Jagadesh Kumar stated the college has streamlined many procedures by adopting digital applied sciences during the last 4 years and extra such reforms are within the offing.
“If JNU has to turn into one of many high universities on this planet, along with creating a superb analysis infrastructure, it’s also essential to create an enabling ecosystem within the college by introducing environment friendly administrative and tutorial procedures,” he stated.