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These 21 polytechnic colleges are going on in private hands

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19th October, 2019 09:31 IST

There are preparations to hand over 31 polytechnics of Uttar Pradesh to private hands. It is designed with three meetings. It is expected that in the new semester, students will have to take admission in private polytechnics. Along with this, private staff will be kept here for training and other works. There are currently 147 state and 19 subsidized polytechnics in the state. The government is serious about improving the quality of education that is continuously falling in polytechnics. Under the agreement, the land of all the polytechnics will remain in the name of the government. The resources put into it will also remain with the government. The private sector can only increase the number of resources. Directorate and ministry officials believe that after going into private hands, the level of education and practice in polytechnics will improve. Students will get a chance to learn new technology through state-of-the-art machines. However, the same will be taught in the institute, which will be decided by the Ministry of Technical Education, because all the polytechnics should teach the same course.

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It is worth noting that the officials associated with the ministry say that the fees for diploma in state polytechnic are about 10 thousand rupees. If these polytechnics move to the private sector, the fee may increase by about ten times. That is, you may have to pay up to one lakh rupees. If a student takes a B.Tech degree from the UIET run at Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University, then he has to pay a fee of about 80 thousand rupees in a year, while after going into the private sector, the student has to pay a fee of one lakh rupees for taking diploma from polytechnic. Will be. In such a situation, it will be more expensive to join a polytechnic than BTech.

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It is also worth noting that in Rajasthan, the experiment of giving polytechnics to the private sector was started, which proved to be a failure. In the year 2006, there were seven institutions assigned to the private sector. Gradually, the dispute started in the institutions and the matter reached the court. Kamalrani Varun (Minister of Technical Education) said that the state government has sufficient funds from which all polytechnics are being run, there is no plan like the operation of polytechnics from any private agency nor any help is being sought from anyone. There is not much information in this regard. Talks will be held with officials.

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Privatization of these polytechnics proposed
-Political Polytechnic Milkipur, Ayodhya
- State Polytechnic Bachhrawan, Rae Bareli
-Political Polytechnic Kulpahad, Mahoba
- State Polytechnic Bansdih, Ballia
-Political Polytechnic Atraulia Azamgarh
-Political Polytechnic, Shamshabad-Agra
- State Women Polytechnic, Bahraich
-Political Polytechnic Thakurdwara, Moradabad
-Political Polytechnic Sahajanwan, Gorakhpur
- State Polytechnic Phaphamau, Prayagraj
-Political Polytechnic Rajgarh, Mirzapur
-Political Polytechnic Chopan, Sonbhadra
- State Polytechnic Chakhiya, Chandauli
- State Polytechnic Bara, Prayagraj
Government Polytechnic Deoband, Saharanpur
-Political Polytechnic Dhampur, Bijnor
-Political Polytechnic Santhal, Bareilly
-Political Polytechnic Tulsipur, Balrampur
-Political Polytechnic JP Nagar, Amroha
-Political Polytechnic Ajgipur, Sambhal
-Political Polytechnic Kurupindra, Varanasi
-Political Polytechnic Grunt, Shravasti
- State Polytechnic Chamaua, Rampur
- State Polytechnic Rahatpur Khurd, Bijnor
-Political Polytechnic Jalalabad, Shahjahanpur
-Political Polytechnic Jigarond, Ballia
Government Polytechnic Jamania, Ghazipur
-Political Polytechnic Bhilihilli, Azamgarh
State Polytechnic Sant Ravidas Nagar, Bhadohi
-Political Polytechnic Mawana, Meerut
- State Polytechnic Soro, Kasganj

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