CBSE (UGC) NET Paper 1 Higher Education: Inter University Centres
Inter University Centres
Under Section 12 (ccc) of the UGC Act, the Commission has established the following Inter-University Centres to give basic facilities, service and programmes to Universities with huge investment in infrastructure development and inputs have made it above the horizon of individual Universities to attain such facilities.
Nuclear Science Centre. New Delhi: Accelerator oriented research for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune: State-of-the-art instrumentation for research in astronomy IUC for DAE facilities, Indore: Use of facilities of Department of Atomic Energy.
Information and Library Network i.e.. INFLIBNET, Ahmedabad: Networking of libraries with electronic media Consortium for Educational Communication (CEe), New Delhi: To promulgate Countrywide programme with the help of television 216.
National Assessment & Accreditation Council (NACC), Bangalore: To evaluate and accredit public & Private institutions of higher learning National Facilities UGC has also establish in the Centres as National facilities in well recognized Universities stated below:
Western Regional Instrumentation Centre, Bombay: Design and development of indigenous equipment and training to staff in instrumentation. Regional Instrumentation Centre, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore: Design and development of indigenous equipment and training to staff in instrumentation. Chennai: Research and dissemination of knowledge and organization of training programme in crystal growth. M. S. T.
Radar Centre SriVenkateswara Tirupati: Studies in atmospheric Dynamics to enable teachers to use MST Radar facility.
Eastern Centre for Radio Astrophysics, Calcutta University: Research in Astrophysics Japal-Rangapur observatory, Osmania University. Hyderabad: Science Research Observatory Centre for Science Education & Communication, New Delhi: Popularization of Science.