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Teacher not happy with Govt Decisions on Giving Autonomous titles to colleges
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The decision of the Department of Higher Education to provide autonomous status of the government and helped colleges in the state, apparently faced with rough weather. Learning and teaching staff, cutting by political affiliation, in most colleges, which are applied to autonomy in arms against the decision.

Twenty-six colleges helped asked for autonomy when the deadline for applications expired on October 3rd.

Rajan Varghese, a former Pro-Vice-Chancellor Mahatma Gandhi University, said that the state government's order clearly stated that the government would no longer be financially responsible for new courses in the autonomous colleges.

"This is an incentive for managers to make a choice in favor of autonomy. But it definitely will help convert colleges in self-financing institutions in the near future. This feature draws flak largest teachers' organizations, "- said Professor Mr. Varghese.

"Ironically, were the Minister of Education Chairman for the implementation of this proposal, the Committee of Experts is teeming bureaucrats. Slot for a single Vice-Chancellor has to be filled, "Professor Varghese said.

Joseph Tommichan, Secretary of State for the left-oriented all Kerala Private College Teachers Association (AKPCTA) and a member of the University Senate mg, argued that the government aimed at administrative and financial autonomy in the form of academic autonomy.

Government's proposal was not hard, but was flexible and open to incorporate the changes, if required. "But we will not retreat in the face of opposition. "There is a tendency in our country against something new, and it's because of that we are back, especially in the field of higher education, said Mr. Rabb.

However, the government seems to have failed to convince even the Congress directed the Kerala Private College Teachers Association (KPCTA), an alliance of gear on stage dharna in front of the Secretariat demanding roll back the government's decision on the autonomy


The decision of the Department of Higher Education to provide autonomous status of the government and helped colleges in the state, apparently faced with rough weather. Learning and teaching staff, cutting by political affiliation, in most colleges, which are applied to autonomy in arms against the decision.

Twenty-six colleges helped asked for autonomy when the deadline for applications expired on October 3rd.

Rajan Varghese, a former Pro-Vice-Chancellor Mahatma Gandhi University, said that the state government's order clearly stated that the government would no longer be financially responsible for new courses in the autonomous colleges.

"This is an incentive for managers to make a choice in favor of autonomy. But it definitely will help convert colleges in self-financing institutions in the near future. This feature draws flak largest teachers' organizations, "- said Professor Mr. Varghese.

"Ironically, were the Minister of Education Chairman for the implementation of this proposal, the Committee of Experts is teeming bureaucrats. Slot for a single Vice-Chancellor has to be filled, "Professor Varghese said.

Joseph Tommichan, Secretary of State for the left-oriented all Kerala Private College Teachers Association (AKPCTA) and a member of the University Senate mg, argued that the government aimed at administrative and financial autonomy in the form of academic autonomy.

Government's proposal was not hard, but was flexible and open to incorporate the changes, if required. "But we will not retreat in the face of opposition. "There is a tendency in our country against something new, and it's because of that we are back, especially in the field of higher education, said Mr. Rabb.

However, the government seems to have failed to convince even the Congress directed the Kerala Private College Teachers Association (KPCTA), an alliance of gear on stage dharna in front of the Secretariat demanding roll back the government's decision on the autonomy

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