Educational institutions head and MLC Palla Rajeshwar Reddy and Deputy CM Kadiyam Srihari are in tough conflict for the past three days, about the seats allotment and the affiliation of the engineering colleges in Telangana.
The officials had already checked twice, whether the proper infrastructure facilities and the faculty are available in the colleges of JNTUH. Basing on this, a list was prepared.
It was heard that, there is a scarcity of faculty in the Palla Rajeshwar Reddy colleges and so the affiliation is not permitted for it. On the other hand, Reddy said that, there is only a scarcity of two faculties, how can that be a reason to cancel the affiliation.
Regarding this, a serious discussion was held among the two biggies in the deputy CM’s camp office. The issue was even taken to Chief Minister KCR. He then sorted out a solution and convinced them.
The affiliation of a single branch from Btech and another single branch from Mtech are rejected, for the colleges which are identified to be facing the scarcity, be it in providing infrastructure facilities or proper faculty.
No conflict with Kadiyam- Palla
Palla Rajeshwar Reddy said that, there is no such conflict held between him and Kadiyam. "The JNTUH officials had followed all the norms and allotted the affiliation according to it. In fact, they even reduced few seats in my college. For that, I need not raise a conflict with any official. These are just the rumors spread by our competitors," he clarified.
It would be better, if there are no such politics played regarding the education in the state as it might show a great influence among the students.