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HEC New Strict Policy for Affiliated Colleges & Universities

HEC New Strict Policy for Affiliated Colleges & Universities cause stir.

Heads Up Students! HEC Tightens Grip on College Affiliations

Attention all students at affiliated colleges and universities! The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has unveiled a stricter policy that could impact your educational journey.

What’s New?

  • No Unlicensed Links: Universities and other institutions can no longer partner with any college (government or private) without an official nod from HEC. This “no-objection certificate” (NOC) ensures quality control and prevents shady affiliations.
  • Desk Reviews for All: Even existing affiliated colleges aren’t exempt from scrutiny. HEC will conduct regular desk reviews to maintain standards and weed out any irregularities. Universities must provide all necessary information about their affiliated colleges on the official HEC portal.
  • Violators Beware: Non-compliance with the policy comes with serious consequences, including non-attestation of degrees by HEC. That means your hard-earned degree might not be recognized!
  • Slow Down on New Programs: Universities can’t launch new programs in affiliated colleges unless they’ve been running successfully at the university itself for at least five years. This ensures quality and prevents programs from being offered without proper infrastructure and expertise.

What Does This Mean for You?

  • Check Your College’s Status: Make sure your affiliated college is in good standing with HEC. You can find this information on the HEC website.
  • Choose Wisely: When choosing an affiliated college, prioritize institutions with a strong reputation and a valid HEC affiliation.
  • Stay Informed: Keep yourself updated about the new policy and any future changes.

Remember, the revised HEC policy aims to ensure quality education and protect students from subpar institutions. Choose wisely, stay informed, and study with confidence!

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