Solve the problems of private junior colleges


The Telangana Private Jr. College Management Association has demanded that the government immediately respond to issues facing private junior colleges. Speaking at the press conference, TPJMA president V Narendra Reddy said that fees have been fixed for degree, PG, BTech, BED etc. However, the fees are not yet decided for intermediate. So far, the Somesh Kumar Committee report has been disclosed and requested that Interference should be decided by others. Students of government colleges also conduct tests in the same college through the self-help centres and the results are illegal. They demanded the taking of self-centres. Since the TRS Government has not been able to raise the scholarship fees that have been raised every year since then. The government urgently urged the private junior colleges to increase scholarship fees. Srichaithanya and Narayanan, who are stranded in Telangana, have urged the educational institutions to save private colleges. The event was attended by state spokesman K. Vasudevan Reddy, District Joint Secretary Venkat, District Vice President Mipalar Reddy.


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