Congress and BJP Staged a Walkout in the State

jawahar-lalHyderabad: The congress and BJP staged a walkout in the Telangana Assembly protesting that the TRS government resorted to strong-arm against the engineering colleges.
Defending the government and denying opposition charges the Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Kadiam Srihari said that it was not the intention of the Government to ride roughshod on the managements when it served notices withdrawing affiliation of 163 colleges and 814 courses onJanuary 31 last year.
It was done in response to a Supreme Court judgement for failure to adhere to norms of All India Council of Technical Education fixing certain built up area on the campuses, having qualified teaching faculty, well equipped laboratories and libraries and availability of computers.Mr Srihari also said that criminal cases were booked on managements of 16 colleges for furnishing false information to the Government and Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University about facilities on the campuses.
“The Government was not trying to shy away from fee reimbursement scheme. It has cleared all dues till 2013-14 to the tune of Rs.1, 587 crore and made arrangements to bear the burden of 16-lakh students who would require Rs. 2,500 crore in 2014-15”, concluded Mr Srihari.

Medaram Jathara

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