The report claims that due to limited human resources, constraints are being faced by the varsity in the implementation of the student feedback system. Sources said in the self-study report, the Jammu University also mentioned that the programme on journalism and mass communication as recommended by the NAAC was yet to be introduced.
They added that the introduction of the programme was decided many years ago but an alleged delay on the part of the JU authorities invited severe criticism from the aspirants who wanted to pursue the professional course. “Lack of interest among students from outside state/abroad for taking admission in JU is also a cause of concern for the authorities, which has been mentioned in the report,” they added.
The report also stressed on upgrading and modifying the syllabi based on industry needs, while keeping in view the resources available with JU, which includes human resources as well as facilities. Further, the university also expressed infeasibility to introduce more programmes for professionals/ evening courses due to the security scenario of the state.
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