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  • How Private Engineering Colleges find it Difficult to Improve the Current Tariff Structures

    Private engineering colleges arenít expecting a revision of fees the coming year because they feel the new government is going to play safe in this regard.

    Representatives of these institutions including private engineering colleges, who participated in the process of considering a good enough fee structure at national level are not very keen either.

    The report of the Committee Fairy Sri Krishna Justice on the Commission's website, provided that the requirements for breaking the university. It provides options for three categories of cities as classified by the Pay Commission VI.

    So the commission has set a maximum ceiling of Rs.1,44,900 to Rs.1,58,300 a year for colleges which offer BE / B Tech, depending on where they are located.

    But officials of the private colleges say that the guidelines will not apply until taking over the new government can not revise the existing tariff structure.

    "Revision was made of allowances in 2012 and it was due to last year, but the government has not taken over. The costs of the commission directive 60 percent more than what the state government now has fixed," reasons K. Paramasivam, President, association of Directors of Coimbatore Anna University affiliated colleges. Given that the board itself was in limbo for nearly a year, representatives of the private engineering colleges are questioning the relevance of the report.

    "We have several times to Anna University represent about the smaller colleges are difficult situation," said the secretary of A. K. Natesan association. "Anna University has announced an upgrade for colleges with new machines. But many college buildings are mortgage and we pay a high interest rate. It will be difficult to make an improvement to the current tariff structures" he added.

    An official of the commission said in Pondicherry from the territory of the Union also had a new commission that it remains uncertain whether the report of the board of directors would be considered the final word. An AICTE official in the state also said that the state government can decide to adopt the report of the guidelines.

    S. Vaidhyasubramanian, dean of planning, sastra, however, said that the commission "The recommendation can be adopted seamlessly to promote consistency and transparency."