Hyderabad: Stung by cost walk, Engineering pupils phase objection
Hyderabad: Engineering pupils from numerous universities together with trainee union leaders presented an objection before the Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) workplace on Monday versus the walk in design cost as well as required to establish an unique board for infrastructural development in design university.
The activists declared that design universities are just thinking about boosting the cost as well as not troubled to establish the universities by building correct laboratories, class as well as hiring adequate instructing team.
They declared that lately Telangana Admissions as well as Fee Regulatory Committee reported that there has actually been no boost in costs, yet it is unfavorable that the exclusive design universities came close to the court as well as obtained a decision to boost the costs. Students required the administration to quit allocation admissions secretive design universities.
Shiva Kumar, a design trainee as well as among the activists, claimed, “Not only private colleges but also government engineering colleges have hiked the fees. As earlier admission fees for regular courses in government engineering colleges in the State were between Rs 18,000 to Rs 35,000. But now it has increased to around Rs 35,000 to Rs 50,000. For self-financing courses, the fees is around Rs 1 lakh and for courses like Artificial Intelligence, it is around Rs 1.20 lakh.”
“the first phase of counseling has already begun and very soon our classes will also begin. The Education department is least bothered to take stern action on the colleges that have increased the fees. We have given many representations to concerned officials but all felt in ears,” claimed R Anil, one more design trainee.
“Engineering colleges never think of its engineering students. The authorities are taking decisions without paying attention to the problems faced by students. Paying high fees without having any proper infrastructure is not justified.
No inspection was also conducted it see whether all the colleges are well equipped. A protest was organised by TSCHE and demanded the education department to set up a special committee for inspecting infrastructural development in the colleges,” claimed Manikanta, state president, All India Students’ Federation (AISF).