Totally Free 2 Year Intermediate Education in all Telangana Govt.Junior Colleges/Free Inter Education: The crucial step deciding our career is that which way we move ahead after schooling. Most of them join in corporate colleges according to their financial status.
But here poor students face problems because they can’t go either to corporate college or govt college. They even can’t spend even a single rupee on their studies like registration fee, exam fee etc. But such fee is up to Rs 533 – 893. So, govt decided to give complete free education in junior colleges. According to deputy CM.Mr Kadiyam Srihari after meeting with Board of Intermediate is that, the poor who are unable pay fee are in dilemma to join in college or not.
So, to enrol/join them this free education help them, it gives life to them. Not only free education, but also decided to give free text books from this academic year. These books will be distributed through principals of colleges. The students can get books by the end of July, they have to give their I.D. By this we can increase the strength in junior colleges.
|Title||Free 2 Year Intermediate Education|
|Name of the Department||Intermediate Education|
|Proceeding No||Rc. No. Aced.I-1/1268/2015; Dated: 25.06.21215|
|Referenece||GO.Rt.No.S48 HE/ (IE.II) Department, Dated.27.07.2001|
|Subject||Free Education in 2 year Intermediate courses in Government Junior College In the State|
The commissioner of Intermediate Education, Telangana State, Hyderabad has given proceedings to all the Principals of Government Junior Colleges for giving free education in 2 year Intermediate Courses in Government Colleges in the State.
Free admissions at govt junior colleges: The State government is providing free admissions into Government Junior Colleges to the students, who passed Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations. The poster of ‘Free Admissions into Inter’ for creating awareness among the people. The government was taking all measures to develop education system in the State.
As part of that, the government has decided to provide free admissions into Government Junior Colleges to students, who cleared SSC examinations. In previous year, the government used to collect admission fee from the students along with books and examination fees but from this year the government has decided to give free admissions without collecting any fees from the students, he informed.
Free Intermediate Education
Free Text Books
No Admission Fee,
No Registration Fee
No Application Fee….Totally Free Education in all TS Govt Jr. Colleges
2 year Intermediate course is totally free:
Rc. No. Aced.I-1/1268/2015; Dated: 25.06.21215.
Subject: Intermediate Education – Free Education in 2 year Intermediate courses in Government Junior College In the State – Orders -Issued.
Reference: 1. GO.Rt.No.S48 HE/ (IE.II) Department, Dated.27.07.2001
The Principals of Government Junior Colleges in the State of Telangana are Informed that the Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister & Minister for Education has announced FREE EDUCATION to all the students studying in 2 years Intermediate courses in Government Junior Colleges. The Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister & Minister for Education has also announced that Text Books will be supplied free of cost to all the students.
Therefore all the Principals of Government Junior Colleges in the State are hereby informed that they should not collect any fees from the students including admission fee, registration fee and application fee while taking admissions in Government Junior Colleges for Intermediate Courses.
They should give wide publicity about free education by way of pamphlets, displaying banners in front of the College and in the college premises.
They should also give wide publicity in Villages / Mandals to motivate the students to Join in Government Junior Colleges as the Education for 2 year Intermediate course is totally free.
In the light of the decision of Hon’ble Minister for Education about free education for Intermediate Students in Government Junior Colleges & supply of free text books in Government Junior Colleges, the Principals are requested to Increase the admissions in Government Junior Colleges at least by 20%.
These Instructions should be followed scrupu’ously and any deviation will be viewed seriously.