The Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) is considering the plan to authorize all the engineering colleges in the state under its control.
It is known that, there are no impressive results from the students in the state and according to TSCHE, the low quality of education, JNTU gave, is the result of this downfall in the results. So, TSCHE is now planning to take the charge and improve the quality of education. It is trying to infuse a sense of urgency and responsibility among them to put in place proper infrastructure.
JNTU made attempts to improve, but failed!
In fact, the JNTU had gone to the extent of withdrawing a few of the colleges affiliation as the faculty members and the infrastructure facilities are not satisfactory. The TSCHE decided to leave this issue to the State universities to take action against private degree and PG colleges, which do not have adequate faculty members or facilities, after it completes its inspections.
Inspections after CETs
However, this process may take some time. Meanwhile, the TSCHE and State universities are busy with CETs (Common entrance tests) and their own admissions. Speaking to the media, T Papi Reddy, Chairman of TSCHE, said, “Right now, we are all busy with the CETs and results. Once admissions begin, we will launch inspections.”
“All the private colleges are advised to upload the details of their faculty members on its website, so that TSCHE makes proper preparations to open a website for private colleges. The website will be launched very soon,” Chairman added.
The intention of TSCHE, is not only to examine facilities in colleges, but also to balance the number of seats with the requirement in the state. The further details regarding this, would be out once the website is launched.