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U.G.C. Human Resource Development Centre,BHU

Terms and Condition for Refresher/Orientation Courses


Teachers working in Universities and colleges that are included under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act, even though they may not yet be fit to be included under Section 12(b), may be invited to participate in the Orientation Programmes and Refresher Programmes. The teachers of colleges that do not yet come within the purview of Section 12(B), but have been affiliated to a university for at least two years, will be permitted to participate in the programmes/courses. However, they won't be paid TA/DA and other allowances for attending these courses. For Orientation Programmes, newly appointed Assistant Professors within two years of continuous service and all those teachers who require orientation for getting a higher grade will be allowed. The eligibility for attending Refresher Course for teachers who have not attended earlier Orientation Course has been reduced to "two years" from "fiveyears". However, the gap in two successive Refresher Courses should normally be "one year" and may be relaxed for the teacher to fulfil eligibility condition for his career advancement.


The Registration Fee: Every participant must pay an admission fee (non-refundable) Demand Draft of Rs. 1000/- with their acceptance letter.


Limited dormitory type chargeable accommodation is available for outstation participants. The participants will be paid TA/DA as per UGC norms. Limited. funds for boarding are sanctioned by UGC. Participants may have to bear partly for their boarding expenses.


All outstation participants, from more than 500 km distance, shall be paid single return first class railway fare from their place of posting to Varanasi and back through shortest route only on successful completion of the course. The participants are required to submit the original railway tickets for the to and fro journey; otherwise, only sleeper class fare will be paid. Those participants coming from less than 500 km distance will be paid second class fare only.


Free boarding and lodging will be provided to the outstation participants during the course, and no separate DA will be paid for the course days. Local participants will be provided lunch, tea etc. as per UGC rules.


All participants are required to bring two passport-size photographs.


The course will be full time through six days a week even on holidays except Sundays. The detailed programme shall be provided during registration.


Each participant has to deliver a seminar/1ecture of 15 minutes duration followed by five minutes of discussion on any topic related to the theme of the course. Slide projector (35mm) and overhead projector are available for use. The participants have to bring their own materials (slides and transparencies) ready for projection. The write-up for the seminar typed in double space on one side of A4 size paper must be submitted at the time of registration. The time and date of seminar shall be notified during the course.


All participants must register themselves positively on the Inaugural Day at the Academic Staff College, Central Library Complex, BHU, failing which the selection to participate shall stand cancelled.


The participants will also be requested to submit their opinion and suggestions (feedback) on the various components of the course as well as seminars of the fellow participants


The participants are required to attend all the sessions of the course sincerely. No leave shall be granted during the course.

12. Only those participants who will complete the course in all respects shall be eligible to receive the certificate of participation. In case of any default on the part of the applicant, the Director, UGC-Academic Staff College, BHU, has all the rights to cancel the admission or withhold payment of TA/DA and the certificate. And, in such a case no queries will be entertained.