HYDERABAD: JNTU-H releases new affiliation procedures and regulations combining institute converting the process to biometric check for all attendants of colleges, frequent service fee dues and academic performance of students was dissatisfied by college managements, They protested against their approval and issues in a meeting session was taken.
JNTU-H consists of the constituent and affiliated colleges. The Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad is one of the largest affiliating Universities in the state of Telangana. The quality of education in the Colleges affiliated to JNTU-H, thus reflect the quality of engineers from the state.Free Eamcet classes (Pariksha) for Inter students by Elyuxen student Newspaper
Meeting session on new procedures and regulations by JNTU-H vice-chancellor:
Jawaharlal Nehru Technical University, Hyderabad releases new procedures and regulations booklet for college affiliation for the 2018-19 academic year on January 17 said JNTU-H vice-chancellor Venu Gopal Reddy. He conducted a meeting session with college management representatives on Saturday to discuss not only the affiliation procedures and regulations but also measures to be taken for announcement of quality education. This included implementation of All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) model curriculum and mandatory initiation and internship programs, among other issues.
Engineering colleges objects on arrears to be paid:
In the JNTU-H releases during the meeting, engineering colleges raised severe objection on the university’s decision to disaffiliate colleges that fail to clear the common service fee dues. According to sources, over 1.5 crore arrears will be paid by the engineering colleges.Follow us on facebook
Telangana Private Engineering Colleges Association President says:
“We argued that the Telangana government has not released the fee reimbursement dues, owing to which we are in no position to clear the common service fee dues. It is unfair that the university has linked affiliation process to the common service fee dues despite knowing the Telangana government’s failure in clearing the fee reimbursement dues,” said Goutham Rao, president of Telangana Private Engineering Colleges Association.