Karnataka Higher Education Minister C N Ashwath Narayan on Wednesday stated engineering will probably be taught in Kannada in 4 faculties from the present yr. “Teaching engineering in Kannada will begin in four colleges from the current year itself. Bheemanna Khandre Institute of Technology, Bhalki (Civil), BLDAE VP Dr P G Halakatti College of Engineering, Vijayapura (Civil), SJC Institute of Technology, Chikkaballapura (Mechanical), and Maharaja Institute of Technology, Mysuru (Mechanical) will start to teach in Kannada,” he stated.
National Board of Accreditation (NBA) accredited faculties have been permitted to show engineering in Kannada, he stated, including that as much as 30 college students could be admitted. The Minister additionally stated a consensual settlement has been reached between the federal government and personal faculties to not hike the charges of engineering programs in personal faculties.
The charges for the engineering programs in personal faculties for college kids who safe admission this yr below authorities quota will proceed as earlier in two completely different slabs of Rs 65,340 and Rs 58,806, he stated. “While private colleges had pressed to increase the fee by 30 per cent, the committee headed by Prof Karisiddappa, Vice-Chancellor of Vishweshwaraiah Technological University (VTU), had recommended a hike of 15-25 per cent. But, in view of the COVID-19 situation, representatives of private colleges were convinced not to go for a hike,” the Minister was quoted as saying by his workplace in a launch.
This choice was taken at a gathering held with personal school representatives at Vikasa Soudha right here, it stated. The different necessary selections taken on the assembly embody fixing a most cap of Rs 20,000 every for charges collected within the type of ’miscellaneous charges’ and ’talent charges’.
Also miscellaneous and talent charges, together with admission charges shouldn’t be remitted at faculties, however on the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA), it stated. This choice has been taken as per the suggestions of a committee headed by Prof Karisiddappa, the Minister stated.