Announcement of Uttarakhand Government – Fees in colleges will not be increased by even a single rupee

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Dehradun. Uttarakhand government will not increase the fees of colleges by a single rupee. This announcement was made in a meeting of the Higher Education Department chaired by the Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Higher Education, Dhan Singh Rawat. It was said that the fee being charged earlier will remain the same. It was also said that the fee structure structure would be rationalized to include about 11 items instead of 31 items. In the meeting, the fee committee formed under the chairmanship of Dr BS Bisht also presented its report.

college development fund

It was told in the meeting that in February a meeting would be held with the parents union, student union and principals. In this, the creation of a college development fund will be considered by merging many items. It will be mandatory for every college to publish the annual magazine, conduct audit and organize state and national events, Mahapurush Diwas.

Dr Dhan Singh Rawat said that in the employment year, a requisition will be sent for 225 non-teaching posts, laboratory assistant, clerical class, librarian. Earlier, a requisition of 877 assistant professors was sent, out of which 350 assistant professors have been received and Rs 2 to 5 crores to 54 colleges, Rs 20 to 40 crores to universities, books, labs, buildings, smart classes, sports materials, e. Libraries, sports grounds, establishment development are being given for the development of other facilities.

money for the purchase of books given to them

It was said that 100 percent books have been provided in proportion to the number of students as per the demand of the principals of 50 degree colleges other than RUSA. College Amodi, Halduchaud, Agora, Kamand, Pokhari Quili, Pavaki Devi, Margubpur, Chudiala, Pabou, Barkot, Lambagada, Maldhan Chad, Ranikhet, Sitalakhet, Pokhara, Brahmakhal, Talla Salt, Garuda, Mansi, Devprayag Gairsain, Nandasain, Paukhal, Khanpur, Vedikhal, Muani, Ghat, Vetalghat, Kichha, Augustmuni, Vithyani and Mahavidyalaya Pati have been given books.

Similarly, Rs 1.50 lakh has been given to colleges Raipur, Mangalore, Patlot, Joshimath, Laksar and Mahavidyalaya Banvasa for the purchase of books. 2 lakh rupees have been given to the college, New Tehri for books. 2.50 lakhs has been given to Jaiti, Karnprayag, Khatima, Jakholi, Lambgaon colleges for buying books. Rs 2.60 lakhs has been given to Sitarganj Mahavidyalaya to buy books. 3.50 lakhs has been given to the college Kotdwar Bhabar for the books.

Building every college by 2020

It was told in the meeting that by 2022 every college building would be constructed and by 2020 every college would be connected with 100 percent book donation campaign.

In the meeting, Higher Education Director Professor NP Maheshwari, Higher Education Additional Director Rachna Nautiyal and DC Goswami, Higher Education Joint Director Kumkum Rautela, RUSA Advisor Professor MS Rawat and Professor KD Purohit, Fee Committee Chairman Dr BS Bisht, Fee Committee Member Principal Dr BN Sharma And Dr PK Pathak was present.

See also:

Uttarakhand: Government bowed to students’ protest, increased fees of more than 10,000 students will be refunded

When the leaders belong to the college, then who will reduce the fees and why?

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