Telangana tech colleges can also drop some guides


Colleges submit a letter to AICTE, which asks for a NoC from JNTU.  (Representational image)

Hyderabad: Electronics and Instrumentation, business production, Metallurgy, Chemical Engineering, Bio-scientific, Bio-technology and Aeronautical Engineering are a number of the courses that 78 non-publicengineering colleges are not inclined to retain in the next educational 12 months.

scholar intake isn’t as favored for those courses and it’s far proving to be a burden for collegemanagements to meet fees regarding faculty and team of workers wages, infrastructure and laboratoriesand so on.

according to Mr N. Goutham Rao, the president of Telangana personal Engineering and professionalcolleges Managements association, establishments will haven’t any alternative but to forestall newconsumption of college students for publications dropping their sheen.

“Even middle guides like Mechanical and Civil are not getting filled in few of the non-public schools. Filling seats in top private schools is not a trouble. but the situation is entirely one of a kind within the rest ofthe colleges that have been newly hooked up,” he said.

but, there may be no trouble for students who are presently pursuing such guides in those faculties.second, third and very last12 months college students can be allowed to finish their courses, howeverno new admissions can be accomplished.

almost 3500 UG seats and 1600 PG seats could be eliminated from the general quota of seat vacancies as a way to be listed earlier than counselling commences in June. that is a ordinary system each year, saidJNTU officials. colleges submit a letter to AICTE, which asks for a NoC from JNTU. once the certificate is given, AICTE finalises the choice to lessen seats, they said.