Hyderabad, Andhraprabha: TAFRC has fixed a minimum annual fee of Rs.45,000 for private engineering colleges in the state and a maximum tuition of Rs.1.6 lakh. The Telangana Admissions and Tuition Determination Committee (TAFRC), which held a series of meetings with the owners of private engineering colleges in the state for the past two days, finally decided to set the minimum and maximum tuition fees for the engineering colleges. In the past, it is known that the TAFRC has made decisions such as raising fees. The TAFRC again invited university executives to a face-to-face meeting after the government requested a review of tuition increases. It is known that the owners of some universities have issued orders to apply tuition fees appealed to the High Court. As the engineering admissions deadline closes, allegations of fees increased by the TAFRC are prevalent. Will the owner accept the latest decision? Or will he go to court again and prepare to fight? That has been a topic of discussion.
According to the most reliable sources, employers will have to pay a fee set by the TAFRC for the next three years starting this school year. Previously, the minimum annual fee was Rs.35000, but has been increased to Rs.45000. The maximum amount of the university was fixed at Rs.1.60 lakhs. It seems that tuition fees of over 1 million rupees have been confirmed for 25 engineering colleges. While many universities in the past have reduced the tuition set by the TAFRC, there have been proposals to keep the tuition at some universities. Gandipet’s CBIT fee has been reduced. Previously, Rs.1.34 lakhs was established for CBIT, but recently Rs.1.34 lakhs. 1, 12,000 are reported as corrected. The annual fee for MGIT is reported to be fixed at Rs.1.60 lakhs. The latest cost was determined after reviewing the income and expenses presented in a face-to-face meeting with university owner representatives hosted by TAFRC. The TAFRC will submit a proposal to the government with the newly finalized fee details on Saturday.
The owners of 173 private engineering colleges in the state applied to TAFRC to establish the college’s annual fee. As a result, 93 universities were invited to the face-to-face meeting. Among the tuition proposed by TAFRC in July, the annual fee of 36 universities exceeded 1 million won. The highest of these is the annual fee of Rs.1.73 lakhs, Rs.1.55 lakhs for some universities, Rs.1.50 lakhs for some universities and Rs.1.45 lakhs for some universities. The state’s minimum annual fee is Rs.10,000 higher than before, and some universities have also increased their fees compared to the previous lockdown period. As a result, the government’s repayment of tuition to students may increase the minimum tuition and put a burden on the national treasury.