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Govt announces 10% fee hike for Engineering courses


Team Udayavani, Mar 2, 2019, 9:58 AM IST

Bengaluru: Engineering education will be getting costlier in Karnataka from the upcoming academic year, with the Karnataka Government allowing the private engineering colleges for 10% fee hike.

On Saturday, Higher Education Minister GT Deve Gowda along with other officials and private college associations chaired the meeting and announced 10% fee hike in private engineering college.

Addressing presspersons after the meeting he informed that the association of engineering colleges had demanded 15% fee hike, but the government has convinced them for to 10% hike. 

“We finalised the fee structure, as we are expecting a code of conduct anytime soon,” he added. 

The govt seat which was 53,460/- in private college, last year will now be 58,800/- With the COMED-K seats which were Rs 1,83,600/- in last academic year will now be 2,01,960/- from the upcoming academic year.

It may be recalled that last year, the private colleges had demanded a 30% fee hike and later settled for 8%, as fixed by the fee regulatory committee.

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