This shall be an alarm to all those newly emerging institutes across India. According to the previous proposal ordinance, the Owners or the Management of such institutions will be sentenced to jail for about 1 year in term along with a fine about Rs. 1 lakh and Rs. 5 lakh.
Also, spreading out FAKE advertisements such as being approved or authorized will also be taken under Law with fine ranging from Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 1 Lakh.
All such self-styled unrecognized and unapproved institutions are hereby cautioned that running of under-graduate or post-graduate degree courses and giving misleading advertisements shall attract severe action under the provisions of appropriate laws including UGC Act, IPC etc.
It is for general information that aspirants applying in such college are advised/cautioned not to pursue higher Education courses with the above/such institutions. Anyone, dealing with such institutions for pursuing academics Studies for degrees, shall be doing so at his/her own risk and responsibility.
A senior bureaucrat told "All the educational institutions have been identified. Once the ordinance comes into force, we will take action against the institutions as per the provisions of law."
"The cabinet has approved the proposal. We are in the process of submitting the ordinance to the governor for approval. Once the proposal is accepted, it will come into force on the same day, '' he added.
Moreover, it has been proposed that educational institutions in the field of higher and technical education, agriculture, dairy development, medical education, veterinary science and all courses will be covered under the new law.