HYDERABAD: No private college will increase its fees by a single rupee this academic year and if they do, action will be taken against them, said the president, said Prof. R Limbadri, chairman of the Board of State of Telangana Higher Education (TSCHE), in an interview with Express.
Speaking about the implementation of NEP in state institutes, he said it will be implemented this year at Osmania University College for Women, Koti, Nizam College, Government City College, Government Degree College for Women, Begumpet, Raja Bahadur Venkat Rama Reddy Women’s College. , St Ann’s College for Women, St Francis College for Women, Bhavan’s Degree College, Sainikpuri and Loyola Academy.
“Once the cluster system starts, we will organize an orientation for teachers on how to best welcome students,” added Professor Limbadri. Speaking about the low enrollment rate of students in higher education institutions, he said the government was taking several initiatives, especially for underprivileged sections and women, which would certainly increase the rate next year. “Initiatives such as reimbursement of fees will encourage registrations,” he said.