STANDARDISATION OF FEE IN JUNIOR COLLEGES DEMANDED
STANDARDISATION OF FEE IN JUNIOR COLLEGES DEMANDED, Welcoming the Government’s decision on common fee structure in private schools, the ALRR Educational Society has demanded a common free structure for private junior colleges
Nadergul, July 12: Welcoming the Government’s decision on common fee structure in private schools, the ALRR Educational Society has demanded a common free structure for private junior colleges. Due exorbitant fee charged by a few junior college chains in the state only children of wealthy parents are able to take admission in those colleges, leaving the poor and indigent to the fate of smaller junior colleges that neither have required facilities nor safety in terms of class room size, location, and hygiene in the college, said Dr. P. Madhava Rao, the General Secretary of ALRR Educational Society here today.
The decision of Government is not only timely but also a breather to the parent who cannot afford to pay hefty fee to private school managements, he added. However, Dr. Rao added, that similar decision was important in the case of private unaided Junior Colleges in the state, which are competing with each other at cost of quality education to the students, creating stress on young minds.
While standardising the fee, the Government should ensure availability of all the required facilities in the college like sports, games, laboratories, libraries, classroom size to accommodate stipulated number of students in accordance with the provisions of Board of Intermediate Education, Dr. Rao demanded.
The ALRR Junior College Nadergul run by the society, has conducted an orientation seminar for their faculty members today in the college campus. The college is planning to send their teachers for national and international training programmes for quality improvement in adolescent education, and transform the intermediate students with small means to excel better in their studies and life, Dr. Rao declared.