The number of students is increasingly neglected in the private universities of the country. Although there is a fairly acceptable law, its application is not in that sense. The Ministry of Education or the University Grants Commission (UGC) has no effort, initiative or capability to enforce the law.
The big example is that almost half of the private universities do not have a Vice-Chancellor. Under UGC’s latest information, 89 out of 95 private universities in the country are in the running. Of these, 43 have no vice-chancellor and 53 have no cashiers. Besides, there is no vice-chancellor in 75 These higher education institutions are continuing without the main leadership who run the leadership of a university.
Even though there is no formal information, informally the Ministry or UGC data is going to be 10 to 12 universities running well. The rest are going without the fulfillment of conditions. Some of these accusations have been named in the name of education, and there are several types of irregularities. Educationist Syed Manjurul Islam said in the first light, there are 10 to 12 private universities in the first grade. The quality of 20 to 25 education is not good, but trying. The rest have failed to attain the standard for being a university.
UGC’s annual report also questions the quality of teaching of private universities.