Karnataka: Private Colleges Get Nod to Increase IPU Admission by 20 Students | Bangalore News


BENGALURU: The Department of PU Education has decided to allow permanently aided and non-aided colleges to increase the number of I PU students from 80 to 100 for the 2022-23 academic year. This, in view of the additional application files received by the department.
Until now, unaided PU colleges could admit up to 80 students per section in each combination. Now it can be increased to 100 places.
However, it does come with a jumper. Unsupported colleges should approach the assistant directors of pre-university education and submit proposals in case there is increased demand for a particular combination offered by the college. Approval will be provided based on the infrastructure, faculty-student ratio, and how well the suit has worked in the college in the past.
Rule for helped colleges
Even in assisted colleges, if there is a need in rural areas, college managements have been invited to submit proposals to the DDPUE for additional support. However, these students will not be eligible for any government aid and will be considered unaided students. According to a circular issued on Tuesday, one section of a suit will be allowed to increase intake. In case of additional sections requiring the same, a letter of authorization must be sent to DDPI.
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