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Pvt engg colleges in Karnataka seeking 30% increase in fees


Team Udayavani, Jul 4, 2021, 3:51 PM IST

Bengaluru: Private unaided engineering colleges in the State have reportedly sought a 30 per cent increase in undergraduate engineering courses fees.

As per reports, a delegation of engineering colleges’ management met the chief minister recently and presented their demand.

They stated that as the last hike was three years ago, a hike now is reasonable.

Admissions for engineering courses are scheduled to begin in October.

However, the Higher Education Department has reportedly expressed that a 30 per cent fee hike is unjust due to the financial distress caused by the pandemic.

The Department is of the view that a 5 per cent hike is acceptable.

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