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GUWAHATI, April 9 � The Gauhati University (GU) Academic Staff College has become known as the GU UGC Human Resource Development Centre (UGC-HRDC) since April 1, 2015, because of the new guidelines of the University Grants Commission (UGC) for renaming the existing Academic Staff Colleges of the State and Central Universities in this manner, said a press release issued by Prof Bhabesh Chandra Goswami, Director of the GU UGC-HRDC here today.

The UGC has decided to rename the Academic Staff Colleges with the primary objective of organising various programmes with a holistic approach so as to promote the higher educational institutions to the level of excellence.

The Academic Staff College of Gauhati University was established by the UGC in 1988. It has so far trained about 17,000 college and university teachers and has been ranked 8 th among all such colleges of the country accredited by the NAAC in 2012, Goswami said.

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GU Academic Staff College renamed

GUWAHATI, April 9 � The Gauhati University (GU) Academic Staff College has become known as the GU UGC Human Resource Development Centre (UGC-HRDC) since April 1, 2015, because of the new guidelines of the University Grants Commission (UGC) for renaming the existing Academic Staff Colleges of the State and Central Universities in this manner, said a press release issued by Prof Bhabesh Chandra Goswami, Director of the GU UGC-HRDC here today.

The UGC has decided to rename the Academic Staff Colleges with the primary objective of organising various programmes with a holistic approach so as to promote the higher educational institutions to the level of excellence.

The Academic Staff College of Gauhati University was established by the UGC in 1988. It has so far trained about 17,000 college and university teachers and has been ranked 8 th among all such colleges of the country accredited by the NAAC in 2012, Goswami said.