By Express press service

VIJAYAWADA: The tactic of managing private university colleges to start online admissions, before the APSCHE notification, seems to be a challenge for public university colleges. The late release of admission notification by APSCHE proves to be a blessing for the management of the private college, as students waste no time in securing their future by accepting admission on private seats rather than waiting that of the government.

Dr G Lalitha Reddy, President of the Former Krishna District Gazetted College Teachers Association (GCTA), said: “When the students came for admissions after their intermediate results, we couldn’t take them because we didn’t. had no APSCHE notification released, result, private colleges captured them.

In contrast, APSCHE President Prof. K Hemachandra Reddy refuted all claims and said, “Allegations are vague that late online admissions to university colleges reduce low gross enrollment ( GER) in the state. The OAMDC banned a few private colleges from engaging in unethical practices, and admissions to government colleges increased. This year, about 1,000 students failed intermediate, and the engineering craze grew in the state. »

Dr K Bhagya Lakhshmi, Principal of SRR Government Degree College said, “We have offered 28 programs this academic year, among them 6-8 programs will not be viable. Although we have campaigned, but the backlog of admissions has had an effect on the admission rate, as many reputable colleges have not even reached 20% of students’ sanctioned admission.

“Lecturers were instructed to campaign at feeder colleges and encourage students to join government university colleges, but this did not yield the desired results. Only government colleges do not have an on-site admissions process, the start of which could be fruitful for us,” she added.

The drop in the TBS also affects teachers. Dr T Sasikanth Reddy, GCTA chairman of the former YSR district of Kadapa, said: “The commissioner of college education transferred teachers in the name of rationalization. Although the OAMDC is a good procedure, the delay in issuing the notification by the APSCHE increases the dropout rate of students and private membership has increased.

VIJAYAWADA: The tactic of managing private university colleges to start online admissions, before the APSCHE notification, seems to be a challenge for public university colleges. The late release of admission notification by APSCHE proves to be a blessing for the management of the private college, as students waste no time in securing their future by accepting admission on private seats rather than waiting that of the government. Dr G Lalitha Reddy, President of the Former Krishna District Gazetted College Teachers Association (GCTA), said: “When the students came for admissions after their intermediate results, we couldn’t take them because we didn’t. had no APSCHE notification released, result, private colleges captured them. In contrast, APSCHE President Prof. K Hemachandra Reddy refuted all claims and said, “Allegations are vague that late online admissions to university colleges reduce low gross enrollment ( GER) in the state. The OAMDC banned a few private colleges from engaging in unethical practices, and admissions to government colleges increased. This year, about 1,000 students failed intermediate, and the engineering craze grew in the state. Dr. K Bhagya Lakhshmi, Principal of SRR Government Degree College said, “We have offered 28 programs this academic year, among them, 6-8 programs will not be viable. Although we have campaigned, but the backlog of admissions has had an effect on the admission rate, as many reputable colleges have not even reached 20% of students’ sanctioned admission. “Lecturers were instructed to campaign at feeder colleges and encourage students to join government university colleges, but this did not yield the desired results. Only government colleges do not have an on-site admissions process, the start of which could be fruitful for us,” she added. The drop in the TBS also affects teachers. Dr T Sasikanth Reddy, GCTA chairman of the former YSR district of Kadapa, said: “The commissioner of college education transferred teachers in the name of rationalization. Although the OAMDC is a good procedure, the delay in issuing the notification by the APSCHE increases the dropout rate of students and private membership has increased.

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