Taking serious exception on bogus educational institutions in private sector in the wake of some irregularities came to light, Chief Minister, K Chandrasekhar Rao today reiterated that the vigilance checks will continue against the erring institutions for violating norms and leaving standards to wind.
The Chief Minister at a luncheon meeting with managements of private institutions at MCR HRD here on Tuesday made it clear there is no room for bogus educational institutions in the state and those involved in irregularities should set themselves right and take help for buildings and facilities in the given time. Our intention is not to close down the private institutions he said and warned that the government will sure dismantle the bogus ones and warned of serious action against the institutions involved in irregularities. He expressed displeasure at some institutions running without the students. Such institutions will get bad name to the state and mar the students of better prospects the chief minister observed.
KCR said that the participation of private institutions is essential in maintaining standards in education sector and the government will encourage such institutions which comply with norms and introduce courses for that will help provide job opportunities. He also observed unemployment problem is on the rise as many students are joining a single course or two though they have no future. The institutions should adopt scientific approach to offer adept teaching and standards for the students to excel other states and get jobs, he said. The Private institutions will get some time to rectify problems and avoid irregularities and fall in line to give only productive and standard education he suggested. The Chief Minister assured of steps with regard to shifting power supply under commercial quota to general category, property tax and other issues. The Government wants to have better education policy and will make changes for new and productive courses. He also asked them to make some recommendations in that direction and get some help from the government, KCR said, a CMO release said. (NSS)