Bhopal: Guidelines for online e-admissions, no fee hike in government, private colleges says DHE

Staff ReporterUpdated: Monday, May 31, 2021, 11:57 PM IST
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BHOPAL: The department of higher education (DHE) has clarified that no private and government colleges will be allowed to increase fees for any traditional or self-finance course for the academic session 2021-22.

The department has written to the registrars of all the universities and principals of all the government and private colleges providing guidelines for online e-admissions for the session 2021-22.

The department has categorically mentioned that government colleges will not be allowed to increase the fees even of the self-finance courses, thereby raising the tuition fee. This applies to private colleges, as well. The letter states that fees of no courses should be increased on any pretext. All the courses including certificate courses should be mentioned on the portal of colleges, the department of higher education has instructed. If any course has been started in the new academic session 2021-22, it should also be mentioned.

Upgrading profile

DHE officials have asked the colleges to upgrade the profile of their colleges. They have been asked to update the details between June 1 and June 15. The colleges have been asked to provide details of the previous session, as well.

Colleges have been asked to upload all the permissions required from the DHE or the university on the portal, including the affiliation certificate. Permission for running self-finance courses should also be reflected on the portal, said the letter from the DHE.

Admissions to colleges across the state are expected to start in July, while the new session could start in August subject to review of the pandemic situation a week prior to finalising the date.

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