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Hyderabad, Andhraprabha: TAFRC has fixed a minimum annual fee of Rs 45,000 and a maximum fee of 1.6 lakhs at private engineering colleges in the state. The Telangana Admissions and Fees Setting Committee (TAFRC), which has held a series of meetings with the owners of private engineering colleges in the state over the past two days, has decided to finalize the minimum and maximum fees for engineering. It is known that in the past TAFRC made a decision by increasing the fee. After asking the government to review the increased fees, TAFRC again invited college administrations to meet face to face. It is known that the owners of some colleges applied to the Supreme Court and gave instructions to apply the increased fees. As the deadline for engineering admissions closed, claims about TAFRC-raised fees were common. Will the owners accept the final decision? Or will they once again go to court and prepare to fight..? This has become a matter of debate.

According to the most reliable sources, employers will have to take the fee fixed by the TAFRC for the next three years from this academic year. Earlier the annual minimum wage was Rs.35000 but it has been increased to Rs.45000. The maximum amount for a college is fixed at Rs.1.60 lakh. It seems that more than Rs.1 lakh fees have been finalized for 25 engineering colleges. While many colleges have cut fees set by the TAFRC in the past, it has been suggested that some colleges’ fees be applied as they are. Reduced CBIT fee in Gandipet. Earlier, it was terminated for Rs.1.34 lakhs CBIT, recently Rs. 1,12,000 reported to be fixed. MGIT’s annual fee is reportedly fixed at 1.60 lakhs. In the face-to-face meeting organized by TAFRC with the representatives of the college owners, the income and expenses presented were examined and the final fees were finalized. TAFRC will present the newly finalized fee detail proposals to the government on Saturday.

Owners of 173 private engineering colleges in the state have approached TAFRC to finalize their college’s annual fees. In this context, 93 colleges were invited to face-to-face interviews. Among the fees proposed by the TAFRC in July, the annual fee for 36 colleges exceeded one lakh. Among them, the highest annual fee is Rs. 1.73 lakh, Rs. 1.55 lakh for some colleges, Rs. 1.50 lakh for some colleges and Rs.1.45 lakh for some colleges. The minimum annual wage in the state has increased by Rs 10,000 from the previous one and some colleges have also increased the fee from the previous block period. However, there is a possibility that the state treasury will be liable for an increased minimum wage due to tuition reimbursement by the state to students.

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