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    A delegation led by Telangana State BJYM president Savella Mahender met with Telangana State Council of Higher Education chairman Prof. R Limbadri to address concerns about seat allocation for engineering students. The BJYM wants to prevent any malpractice in this process.

    The BJYM submitted a memorandum demanding strict action against colleges that exploit students and their parents by charging excessive fees in the name of donations. They believe that private engineering colleges have become more focused on making money rather than providing quality education.

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    Mahender emphasized the need for transparency in seat allocation, as some colleges conduct spot admissions and allow students to change groups in a sliding manner. The BJYM also called for the state to take action against colleges that prioritize profits over education, especially by charging unjustifiably high fees. They want to ensure that all students, especially those from low-income families, receive fair treatment.

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    Overall, the BJYM is advocating for fairness and accountability in the education system, particularly for engineering students in Telangana. They believe that all students deserve equal opportunities and a quality education without being burdened by unnecessary financial costs.

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