'Seats-for-cash' in BTech colleges irks parents

HYDERABAD: With admissions to engineering faculties kicking off, dad or mum and student organisations have voiced considerations over hefty donations being sought by means of many reputed faculties, for management quota seats.
Sources say many faculties are not easy donations ranging from five lakh to 10 lakh.

This although 84,124 seats being up for grabs this time round, versus 81,186 seats that have been to be had to candidates all the way through the 2017-18 academic yr.

While the management quota charge is on par with the convenor quota charge, folks alleged that school managements additionally don't seem to be following the advantage system to fill up alloted management quota seats.

Parents allege that schools are fleecing folks and ignoring toppers, allotting seats at their whims and fancies.


Raising considerations about the problem, members of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha additionally submitted a illustration to N Yadaiah, registrar, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad (JNTUH).


"Even though there is management quota and convenor quota for which there is a common fee, managements are not offering them for the fee prescribed. The college managements are making huge and unjust profits. This is causing lot of injustice to the merit students," reads the illustration.


When TOI contacted the JNTUH registrar for rationalization, he stated such proceedings should be directed to the fee regulatory committee or the Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE). "We are authorized to affiliate the colleges. If at all donations are being charged by college managements, then parents and students can raise a complaint with the fee regulatory committee," stated Yadaiah.


'Seats-for-cash' in BTech colleges irks parents 'Seats-for-cash' in BTech colleges irks parents Reviewed by kailash soni on June 14, 2018 Rating: 5
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