Recognition of College in Terms of Regulations, 1974 framed under the UGC Act Recognition of Colleges in terms of regulations framed under Section 2 (f) of the UGC Act read with Section 26 (i) (d) of the UGC Act, 1956 as modified upto 20th December, 1985. Application for recognition of Colleges in Terms of regulations framed under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act
Statement Showing the Names of College/Institutions to be brought under Section 2 (f) of the UGC Act, 1956 Indemnity Bond, (Specimen for Society) Indemnity Bond, (Specimen for trust) To be published in the Gazette of India Part-II Section 3, Sub: Section (1) Annexure-III
The Commission may, in consultation with the University concerned recognise an institution under clause (f) of Section 2 of the UGC Act, 1956, If :?
It is affiliated to, or forms as constituent member of, or is run directly as a University college by or is an institution recognised by a university established or incorporated by or under a Central Act, a Provincial Act or a State Act and the Statutes and regulations made thereunder or run by Government or local authority.
It provides instructions upto a Bachelor?s degree or upto a postgraduate degree or for a postgraduate degree only or provides instruction for a Diploma course of a duration of not less than one academic year and for which the minimum qualification for admission is a Bachelor?s degree; and
It is registered as a society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 (21 of 1860) or is a body corporate, established or incorporated under a Central or State Act, for time being in force or is a Trust with trustees being appointed and vested with legalpowers and duties. Provided that the requirements of this clause shall not apply in the case of an Institution run by the Government or a local authority or any University.
In relation to such institution, where it does not fall within clause (iii), a bond is executed by the registered society or trust by which it is managed or run guaranteeing the proper utilisation of the grants that might be paid by the Commission to the institutions and agreeing to refund such part of the grant as may not have been properly utilised for the purpose of the institution and also agreeing to furnish to the Commission the balance sheet of the registered society or trust, as the case may be, alongwith the annual accounts of each of the institutions managed or run by the registered society or trust.
The above regulations would come into force with effect from 1.7.1974. It is requested that the University while sending proposals for inclusion of affiliated colleges in the list of colleges prepared under section 2 (f) of the UGC Act may also send documentary evidence to the effect that the college/ institution is registered as a society under the Societies Registration Act 1860 (21 of 1860) or is a body corporate or incorporated under Central or state act for the time being enforced or is a trust, the trustees being appointed and vested with legal powers and duties.
The proforma in which the particulars of the colleges are to be sent, has been suitably amended to incorporate the above and copy thereof is enclosed for reference.
With regard to colleges already on the list prepared under Section 2 (f) of the UGC Act and which fall under Clause (1) (iv) of the regulations indicated above it is suggested that such colleges/institutions may be advised that a bond is executed by the Registered Society or Trust by which it is managed or run on the lines indicated under the above clause. The University may arrange such bonds duly signed by the Principal concerned and the Secretary or President/Chairman of the concerned Governing Body of the Trust along with a certified copy of the resolution of the Governing Body in support of the Bond executed to be forwarded to the Commission within six months, i.e. by 31.12.74 from the date on which the new regulations came into force. In the case of new institutions falling under clause (iv) above and awaiting recognition under section 2(f) it is requested that the University may ensure that the above mentioned documents are invariably forwarded alongwith the proforma seeking recognition of such colleges under section 2 (f) The details of colleges already recognised and falling under clause (1) (iv) may be communicated to the Commission at your earliest.
Documents to be submitted to UGC for purpose of inclusion of colleges under Section 2 (f) of the UGC Act, 1956. 1. The Indemnity Bond executed on the specimen prescribed by the Commission for a Registered Society as the management or trust running the College. 2. The particulars of the College in the prescribed proforma duly signed by the Principal and counter signed by the Registrar himself. 3. An attested copy of the Memorandum of Association of the Society/Trust Deed running the college in English/Hindi version. 4. An attested copy of the Certificate of Registration of the Society or Trust running the College. 5. Date of establishment of the College as a degree college. 6. A latest Photostat copy of the notification regarding affiliation given to the College. 7. A certificate to the effect that the value of stamps used in executing the Indemnity Bond is correct and is as ascertained from the Collector of stamps of the State. 8. Resolution of the Governing Body, Board of Trust authorising the person concerning to sign the bond. 9. Photo copies of the documents should be attested by the Principal.
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