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Course equivalency- transcripts and
credit system
Soumya Ranjan Parida
Course equivalence
• Course equivalency is the term used in higher
education describing how a course offered by
the college or university relates to a course
offered by another.
How to obtain Equivalency
• Indian citizens possessing foreign nursing
qualification are examined individually & after
examination the syllabi and conformation
from concerned foreign authorities, the
nurses are granted approval for registration in
India with the recommendation of
equivalence committee under Section 11(2)(a)
INC Act. 1947.
• The foreign National possessing foreign
qualification can also work in charitable
institutions for a limited period with the
approval of President, INC. Their transfer are
evaluated/examined by the equivalence
Committee Members and if they are found at
par, temporary permission is granted under
Section 11(2)(b) of INC Act. 1947 for
employment in Charitable Institutions.
Procedure for obtaining equivalency:
• The procedure involved for equivalency of
foreign nursing qualification is as follows:-
• A transcript Proforma has to be filled by the
concerned University/Board from where the
candidate has qualified his/her training. The
University will send the proforma directly to
INC.
• Transcript proforma should be handwritten
with no correction/overwriting. INC will not
accept the transcript without proper
seal/stamp of the awarding authority on each
page.
• A Demand Draft of 1000/- in favour of
Secretary, Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi
towards equivalence fee is required to be
submitted by the candidate.
• After receiving the transcript it is placed
before the Equivalency Committee.
• The decision of the Equivalency Committee is
communicated to the candidate.
• It is important that the transcript Proforma should
clearly indicate that one credit of theory and one credit
of Practical is equal to how many hours. Conversion of
credits into hours is essential.
•
The duly filled transcript Proforma will be placed
before the equivalency committee meeting, the
recommendation with regard to equivalency status
therafter will be informed to the concerned candidates.
• Transcript of General Nursing & Midwifery or
Equivalent course completed from Foreign
Country
• Transcript of B.Sc. Nursing (Basic) or Equivalent
course completed from Foreign Country
• Transcript of P.B.B.Sc. (N) or Equivalent course
completed from Foreign Country
• Transcript of Master Of Nursing or Equivalent
course completed from Foreign Country
Definition
• A credit system is a systematic way of
describing an educational programme by
attaching credits to its components. The
definition of credits in higher education
systems may be based on different
parameters, such as student workload,
learning outcomes and contact hours.
BENEFITS OF ACADEMIC CREDIT
SYSTEM
• Keep track of student process and determine when he or she has
met the requirements for awarding a specific academic degree.
• Offer a good estimate of the workload of a programme and how it
is distributed between the different higher education activities.
• Some academic credit systems permit students to transfer to
different programmes and keep part or all of their previously
earned credit points.
• If a student has not graduated a study programme, but wants to
find a job, earned academic credits may be presented to employers
as proof of previous studies.
• Some universities use academic study credits to set programme
costs.
TYPES OF CREDIT
• High School credit
• University Credits
• Credit hours
• Credits by Exam
• Faculty hours
CREDIT SYSTEM IN INDIA
• In engineering colleges
• In university results
• HIGHER EDUCATION REFORMS IN INDIA
{CREDITS, SEMESTERS AND ACCESS} FROM
CURRENT CENSUS
• The Govt. of India has set the goals of increasing
the enrolment ratio among Indian colleges.
• In 12th plan :- it adopts a holistic approach to the
issues of expansion , equity and excellence so
that it will provide larger no of students in
institution and assure the quality of study in India
• The ministry of HUMAN RESOURCRES
DEVELOPMENT’S (MHRD) 2013 RASTRIYA
UCCHATTAR SHIKHA ABHIYAN (RUSA) plan.
• These include the introduction of academic
credits , significant curricula changes, new
assessment protocols and the transition to a
semester based academic calendar.
RECOMMENDATION OF CREDIT BY
UGC
• Applicability of the grading system
• Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
• Credit Based Semester System (CBSS)
• Credit Points.
• Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA).
• Grade Point.
• Letter Grade.
TYPES OF CREDIT SYSTEMS
WORLDWIDE
• Academic credit systems in Australia Australian universities
don’t have a unified credit system.
• Each university calculates the credits according to workload
and number of study hours per each course.
• In Australia, Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), or credit
transfer, refers to the recognition of informal and formal
training, work experience, professional development, and
other training.
• Credit transfer is available for both undergraduate and
postgraduate programs.
• The Australian Government organisation National Office of
Overseas Skills Recognition (NOOSR) helps Australian
institutions to recognise qualifications from overseas.
ACADEMIC CREDIT SYSTEMS IN THE
U.S.
• In the U.S., a semester credit hour (SCH) is
15-16 contact hours per semester, regardless
of the duration of the course. Most higher
education courses are 3 semester Credit Hours
or 45-48 contact hours. Faculty at research
universities typically have an official teaching
load of 12 SCH per semester. Credit for
laboratory and practice oriented courses is
usually less than for lectures.
ECTS The European Credit Transfer
and Accumulation System
• ECTS - The European Credit Transfer and
Accumulation System is a student- centred
system based on the student workload
required to achieve the objectives of a
programme, objectives preferably specified in
terms of learning outcomes and competences
to be acquired.
(CREDIT BASED CHOICE SYSTEM)
• (CREDIT BASED CHOICE SYSTEM) Vision:
• To evolve a higher education system that is
suitability blended with provision for
knowledge values and skill practice where
every student learns in without sacrificing
his/her creativity.
OBJECTIVES
• To introduce Choice Based Credit System
(CBCS) at Undergraduate level
• Development of Curricula that would facilitate
student centric learning
• Examination Reforms
• Administrative Reforms
STRATEGY
• To introduce Semester system To develop a structured
programme for CBCS that would Enable students to have a
flexible learning within a structured model Enable students to
have wider choices outside their discipline of their study Enable
students to have an exposure to real life experience by
participation in internships as well as vocational training Enable
students to have facility of Credit transfer across the country To
design the curriculum with sufficient/appropriate/adequate
provision for Value oriented courses, Interdisciplinary courses and
Vocational courses. Each course shall have a clearly defined course
objective and course outcome. Teacher training and capacity
building Revamping of learning processes by changing in
teaching pedagogy by Use of ICT
Conclusion
• The credit system in world is introduced to
increases the quality standards . And in india
its also in glance and increasing the quality
standard by credit system and it also focuses
on state level, where over 90 % of the nation’s
approximately 30 million higher education
student are involved.
11
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Equivalency of courses transcripts, credit system

  • 1. Course equivalency- transcripts and credit system Soumya Ranjan Parida
  • 2.
  • 3. Course equivalence • Course equivalency is the term used in higher education describing how a course offered by the college or university relates to a course offered by another.
  • 4. How to obtain Equivalency • Indian citizens possessing foreign nursing qualification are examined individually & after examination the syllabi and conformation from concerned foreign authorities, the nurses are granted approval for registration in India with the recommendation of equivalence committee under Section 11(2)(a) INC Act. 1947.
  • 5. • The foreign National possessing foreign qualification can also work in charitable institutions for a limited period with the approval of President, INC. Their transfer are evaluated/examined by the equivalence Committee Members and if they are found at par, temporary permission is granted under Section 11(2)(b) of INC Act. 1947 for employment in Charitable Institutions.
  • 6.
  • 7. Procedure for obtaining equivalency: • The procedure involved for equivalency of foreign nursing qualification is as follows:- • A transcript Proforma has to be filled by the concerned University/Board from where the candidate has qualified his/her training. The University will send the proforma directly to INC.
  • 8. • Transcript proforma should be handwritten with no correction/overwriting. INC will not accept the transcript without proper seal/stamp of the awarding authority on each page.
  • 9. • A Demand Draft of 1000/- in favour of Secretary, Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi towards equivalence fee is required to be submitted by the candidate. • After receiving the transcript it is placed before the Equivalency Committee. • The decision of the Equivalency Committee is communicated to the candidate.
  • 10. • It is important that the transcript Proforma should clearly indicate that one credit of theory and one credit of Practical is equal to how many hours. Conversion of credits into hours is essential. • The duly filled transcript Proforma will be placed before the equivalency committee meeting, the recommendation with regard to equivalency status therafter will be informed to the concerned candidates.
  • 11.
  • 12.
  • 13.
  • 14. • Transcript of General Nursing & Midwifery or Equivalent course completed from Foreign Country • Transcript of B.Sc. Nursing (Basic) or Equivalent course completed from Foreign Country • Transcript of P.B.B.Sc. (N) or Equivalent course completed from Foreign Country • Transcript of Master Of Nursing or Equivalent course completed from Foreign Country
  • 15.
  • 16. Definition • A credit system is a systematic way of describing an educational programme by attaching credits to its components. The definition of credits in higher education systems may be based on different parameters, such as student workload, learning outcomes and contact hours.
  • 17. BENEFITS OF ACADEMIC CREDIT SYSTEM • Keep track of student process and determine when he or she has met the requirements for awarding a specific academic degree. • Offer a good estimate of the workload of a programme and how it is distributed between the different higher education activities. • Some academic credit systems permit students to transfer to different programmes and keep part or all of their previously earned credit points. • If a student has not graduated a study programme, but wants to find a job, earned academic credits may be presented to employers as proof of previous studies. • Some universities use academic study credits to set programme costs.
  • 18. TYPES OF CREDIT • High School credit • University Credits • Credit hours • Credits by Exam • Faculty hours
  • 19. CREDIT SYSTEM IN INDIA • In engineering colleges • In university results
  • 20. • HIGHER EDUCATION REFORMS IN INDIA {CREDITS, SEMESTERS AND ACCESS} FROM CURRENT CENSUS • The Govt. of India has set the goals of increasing the enrolment ratio among Indian colleges. • In 12th plan :- it adopts a holistic approach to the issues of expansion , equity and excellence so that it will provide larger no of students in institution and assure the quality of study in India
  • 21. • The ministry of HUMAN RESOURCRES DEVELOPMENT’S (MHRD) 2013 RASTRIYA UCCHATTAR SHIKHA ABHIYAN (RUSA) plan. • These include the introduction of academic credits , significant curricula changes, new assessment protocols and the transition to a semester based academic calendar.
  • 22. RECOMMENDATION OF CREDIT BY UGC • Applicability of the grading system • Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) • Credit Based Semester System (CBSS) • Credit Points. • Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA). • Grade Point. • Letter Grade.
  • 23. TYPES OF CREDIT SYSTEMS WORLDWIDE • Academic credit systems in Australia Australian universities don’t have a unified credit system. • Each university calculates the credits according to workload and number of study hours per each course. • In Australia, Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), or credit transfer, refers to the recognition of informal and formal training, work experience, professional development, and other training. • Credit transfer is available for both undergraduate and postgraduate programs. • The Australian Government organisation National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition (NOOSR) helps Australian institutions to recognise qualifications from overseas.
  • 24. ACADEMIC CREDIT SYSTEMS IN THE U.S. • In the U.S., a semester credit hour (SCH) is 15-16 contact hours per semester, regardless of the duration of the course. Most higher education courses are 3 semester Credit Hours or 45-48 contact hours. Faculty at research universities typically have an official teaching load of 12 SCH per semester. Credit for laboratory and practice oriented courses is usually less than for lectures.
  • 25. ECTS The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System • ECTS - The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System is a student- centred system based on the student workload required to achieve the objectives of a programme, objectives preferably specified in terms of learning outcomes and competences to be acquired.
  • 26. (CREDIT BASED CHOICE SYSTEM) • (CREDIT BASED CHOICE SYSTEM) Vision: • To evolve a higher education system that is suitability blended with provision for knowledge values and skill practice where every student learns in without sacrificing his/her creativity.
  • 27. OBJECTIVES • To introduce Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) at Undergraduate level • Development of Curricula that would facilitate student centric learning • Examination Reforms • Administrative Reforms
  • 28. STRATEGY • To introduce Semester system To develop a structured programme for CBCS that would Enable students to have a flexible learning within a structured model Enable students to have wider choices outside their discipline of their study Enable students to have an exposure to real life experience by participation in internships as well as vocational training Enable students to have facility of Credit transfer across the country To design the curriculum with sufficient/appropriate/adequate provision for Value oriented courses, Interdisciplinary courses and Vocational courses. Each course shall have a clearly defined course objective and course outcome. Teacher training and capacity building Revamping of learning processes by changing in teaching pedagogy by Use of ICT
  • 29.
  • 30.
  • 31.
  • 32.
  • 33. Conclusion • The credit system in world is introduced to increases the quality standards . And in india its also in glance and increasing the quality standard by credit system and it also focuses on state level, where over 90 % of the nation’s approximately 30 million higher education student are involved.
  • 34.
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