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Group politics plague Telangana University
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
The faculty members are divided into SC and BC groups and keep on faulting each other on trivial issues, only to gain supremacy in the university affairs. (Photo: DC/File)

Group politics in Telangana University have reached a peak with the in-charge registrar Prof. M. Yadagiri putting in his papers late on Monday night. A section of the teaching staff are divided into two groups on caste lines and have been fighting for supremacy.
The internal politics have hit administration of the university. Further, the post of the vice-chancellor has been lying vacant since long and it is feared that the resignation of the registrar would worsen the situation.
The faculty members are divided into SC and BC groups and keep on faulting each other on trivial issues, only to gain supremacy in the university affairs. 
Compared to the other three universities in the state,  namely Satavahana University in Karimnagar, Mahatma Gandhi University in Nalgonda and Palamuru University in Mahabubnagar, the Telangana University in Nizamabad has gained a dubious distinction of being a hub of controversies.
In the wake of the troublesome situation on the campus, senior professors from the Osmania or Kakatiya universities show little interest to work in Nizamabad, even when offered key positions like the V-C or the registrar.
Earlier, Prof. Sailoo, owing to immense pressure from political leaders, had quit the registrar post of TU. Later, he was shifted to Kakatiya University. Coming to Mr Yadagir, the students alleged that he had produced fake certificates to secure promotion.
In congruence with the students’ allegations, the university had registered poor academic performance.
Speaking to this newspaper, a student of the university said the state government should take necessary steps to streamline things and provide quality education.
“We just are not able to understand if we should learn subject matter or playing politics, from the faculty members,” he added and suggested that erring faculty members should be dealt strictly to improve the state of affairs in the varsity. 
The Telangana University was established in 2006 and since then, the university had recruited teaching and non-teaching staff thrice. There are allegations that ineligible persons made way into the corridors of the university with the blessings of some political leaders and offering huge bribes. Lobbying and money play a key role in recruitment to key posts than merit.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141126/education/article/group-politics-plague-telangana-university

Telangana plans Arabic & Sanskrit in schools
Saturday, November 08, 2014

The government has finally decided to do away with Sanskrit and Telugu composite   subject this year and to introduce Sanskrit as a second language from next year. Arabic will also be a second language from next year. Picture for representational

 The Telangana government has decided to introduce Sanskrit and Arabic as second language subjects from the next academic year.

Drawing curtains over the controversy on Sanskrit and Telugu composite subject, the government finally decided to do away with it this year and to introduce Sanskrit as a second language next year.

TS had introduced examination reforms for Class IX and X under the state board. The Sanskrit and Telugu composite subject was done away with from this year.

However, a month later, the government rolled back the changes regarding the composite subject after pressure from lobby groups and top officials in the CMO.

But preparations regarding this academic year’s Class X state board exams had already begun and the roll back could have even delayed the exams next year.

Despite orders to keep the reforms in abeyance, logistical processes continued as usual without the inclusion of Sanskrit and Telugu composite subject.

However, the government has finally decided against the roll back and said Sanskrit and Arabic would be introduced next year.

Higher education secretary Vikas Raj said the abeyance orders would be cancelled and instructions have been issued to introduce the two subjects as second languages next year.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141108/nation-current-affairs/article/telangana-plans-arabic-sanskrit-schools

Rs 212 crore allocated to improve technical education
Thursday, November 06, 2014

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Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao wants all engineering students to carry out their final year project work in the industry instead of their college to improve their employability.

The Telangana state government has made a provision of Rs 212 crore Plan outlay in the budget for this fiscal year. Finance minister Etala Rajender said in his speech that the government wants to improve technical education in the state thereby improving the employability of engineering graduates.
Recent surveys have shown that engineering graduates often fall wanting in terms of employability. Many graduates have to fall back on ministers and public representatives for getting them jobs.

Irrigation minister T. Harish Rao recently said, “Half of the grievances we get are from engineers for jobs while the other half is of vigilance cases and only a few genuine cases.” About 52 thousand students have opted for engineering courses in Telangana state this year.

Finance minister Etala Rajender said, “The government is planning to improve the quality of technical education in the state thereby enhancing the employability of students passing out of technical institutions.”

Though no specific allocations have been made, officials indicate that most of the exercise will be post budget.

“CM K. Chandrasekhar Rao is very keen on linking engineering colleges with the industry. He wants engineering students to complete their final year project work in the industry,” remarked a top technical department official.

Officials say various other measures will be taken like evaluation of faculty, special courses to improve employability and so forth. Currently, most engineering students buy project reports from the market at `5 to 6 thousand per project and simply submit it in the college.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141106/nation-current-affairs/article/rs-212-crore-allocated-improve-technical-education

Admissions without Eamcet counselling cause for worry
Monday, November 03, 2014
Education officials are concerned about the chaotic engineering admissions

 Education officials are concerned about the chaotic engineering admissions, with the possibility of several admissions being cancelled. Officials say several irregularities were committed by colleges under spot admissions and management quota to fill up vacant seats. 
Admissions without Eamcet counselling will have to be ratified by the AP and TS  education council. Student organisations are up in arms against irregular admissions and different outfits have filed as many as 10 RTI applications seeking information on admissions. 
Officials say ratification will be taken up after the special counselling for the 174 engineering colleges. “Had the Supreme Court allowed for sliding, these admissions would have be-come void,” an official said.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141103/nation-current-affairs/article/admissions-without-eamcet-counselling-cause-worry

Counselling notice likely to be issued by next week
Sunday, November 02, 2014
Telangana State Council of Higher Education  chairman T. Papi Reddy said notification for the special phase of Eamcet counselling will be issued on Monday or Tuesday. Picture for representational purpose.

 Telangana State Council of Higher Education  chairman T. Papi Reddy said notification for the special phase of Eamcet counselling will be issued on Monday or Tuesday, even as government officials claimed no decision has been taken on the issue. Meanwhile, engineering colleges got into a huddle on Saturday and requested both governments to resolve the issue and issue notification for counselling at the earliest.

Prof. Papi Reddy said that the AP State Council of Higher Education had no role in the counselling for the 174 engineering colleges. “We will issue notification by Monday or Tuesday. We are the only competent authority to conduct counselling and we will do it.”

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141102/nation-current-affairs/article/counselling-notice-likely-be-issued-next-week

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