Private Engineering colleges with less than 30% Admissions: India consists the highest number of engineering colleges in which admissions are decreasing every year and All engineering colleges have been in turmoil for the past two and three years. The facts are being produced by the ministry of human resource development every year with less than 30 percent admissions in last three years.
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Facts and figures about Private Engineering colleges with less than 30% Admissions
According to the Ministry of Human Resource Development fact and figures, out of the 266 colleges in Telangana, 112 registered a low enrollment of 2,874 students. In a 2016-2017 academic year, as against a permission of 41,628. Similarly, of the 325 colleges in AP, 109 registered an enrolment figure of 5, 685, while the legal permission strength was 47,640.
Private Engineering colleges with less than 30% Admissions
The factual report about total intake versus the total enrolment of engineering admission in following states. (source: TOI)
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All India technical council has been deciding not to grant permission to institutions with poor enrolment, these figures are becoming worsened every year for all states.
Experts quality with poor enrolment to increase of deemed universities, students seeking admission in best colleges which offers course with best infrastructure, faculty, Right education currently not In balance, which requires all the qualities to make balance between number of colleges, As a result private engineering colleges must be conducted entrance exam sets by AICTE and only those candidates will be allowed who qualify entrance exam. Therefore, many students are flocking the deemed universities,” said Srini Bupalam, vice-president of All India Federation of Self Financing Technical institutions.
College managements also claims it’s the universities failure in extending support that’s come out as the crisis which needs serious emphasis or attention by Management. And because of this many students are seeking admissions in somewhere else and not taking admission in private colleges. Also, the university failed in building an industry-academia ecosystem,” said Mohammed Arif Rizwaan, correspondent of a private engineering college in Chevella.