All India Federation of self financed colleges urged Govt to pay attention towards small colleges of the Country
Source: IT News
Imphal, March 20 2017:
To highlight the problems being faced by thousands of technical institutions of India, 2nd executive committee meeting of All India Federation of Self Financing Technical Institutions (AIFSFTI) was organized.
Dr.Anshu Kataria, President and Sri R S Munirathinam, Chief Patron addressed the meeting and urged central Government to save the small dying self financing technical institutions of India.
Sri R S Munirathinam, Chief Patron while discussing about faculty ratio said that KAW committee has recommended faculty ratio as 1:25, where in AICTE, the prescribed ratio is 1:15 .
Munirathinam requested HRD to consider the request of KAW committee and fix the faculty ratio as 1:25 .
Sri K V K Rao, General Secretary while speaking said that there should be level playing field for all type of Institutions including Private Universities, Deemed Universities, Self financed Colleges etc.
He said that as AICTE, Indian Nursing Council (INC), Dental Council of India(DCI),Medical Council of India(MCI), Central Council of Indian Medicine(CCIM) etc regulates and allots the intake capacity, admission process, administration process, eligibility process, examination process, syllabi, fee structure etc of private colleges, on the similar pattern private universities and deemed universities should be brought under the ambit of AICTE or the state regulatory body.