The Telangana state government has finalized tuition fees in private engineering and pharmacy colleges for B.E./B.Tech, Pharm D Courses GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.The Telangana Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee for Professional Courses offered in Private Un-aided Professional Institutions Rules, 2006 – Fixation of Fee structure for Under-Graduate Engineering(B.E./B.Tech) in Private Un-aided Institutions in the Telangana State for the Academic Years -2020-20, 2020-21 and 2021-22 – Notification – Orders – Issued.
HIGHER EDUCATION (TE) DEPARTMENT
G.O.Ms.No. 16, Dated: 05-07-2020
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2 G.O.Ms.No.74, Higher Education (EC.2) Dept., dated:28.07.2011.
3 G.O.Ms.No.75, Higher Education (EC.2) Dept., dated:28.07.2011.
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7 G.O.Rt.No.98, Higher Education(TE) Dept., dated:27.06.-2020.
8 From the Administrative Officer, Telangana Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee, Hyderabad, Letter No.TAFRC/FEE/B.TECH/ -2020, dated:04.07.-2020.
The Administrative Officer, Telangana Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee, Hyderabad in the reference 8th read above has submitted the Minutes of the Meeting of Telangana Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee (TAFRC) held on 04.07.-2020 along with the recommendations of the TAFRC regarding the Fee structure for B.E./B.Tech courses for the Block period -2020-2022 in respect of Private Un-Aided Professional Institutions in the State of Telangana and requested the Government to take necessary action.
2. After careful examination of the matter, the Government hereby issue the following Notification which shall be published in the Telangana Gazette.
In exercise of the powers conferred under Rule 9 of the Telangana State Unaided Non-Minority/ Minority Professional Institutions (Regulation of Admissions into Under–Graduate and Pharm-D (Doctor of Pharmacy), Professional Courses through Common Entrance Test) Rules, 2011, issued in the G.Os 2nd and 3rd read above, as adapted for the Telangana State vide G.O. 4th read above, read with sub rule (v) of Rule 4 of the Telangana Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee (For Professional Courses offered in Private Un-Aided Professional Institutions) Rules, 2006, issued in the G.O. 1st read above as adapted for the Telangana State vide G.O. 5th read above and in pursuance of the recommendations of the Committee (TAFRC) in their Meeting held on 04.07.-2020, the Governor of Telangana hereby notifies the Tuition Fee for B.Tech Courses in the following Private Un-Aided Institutions in the State, for Block Period -2020-20 to 2021-22:
1. The Tuition Fee fixed for B.E./B.Tech courses for the Block Period -2020-20 to 2021-22 is enclosed as follows:
i) a) Annexure – I – The fee is fixed for 80 Colleges who have approached the Hon’ble High Court as recommended by the TAFRC.
b) Annexure – II – The fee is fixed for other 23 Colleges as recommended by the TAFRC.
c) Annexure – III – The fee is fixed for 88 Colleges tentatively 20% increase on the existing fee for the colleges who have claimed less than Rs.50,000/- per annum and 15% increase on the existing fee for the Colleges who have claimed more than Rs.50,000/- per annum. The fee arrived by such calculation or fee claimed whichever is less shall be applied.
ii) A Fee upto 5000 (Five Thousand only) US Dollars per Annum for each NRI student admitted under NRI Quota is fixed for the Course i.e. B.E./B.Tech.
2. An extra amount of Rs.3000/- (Rupees Three Thousand only) per Annum from each student towards Tuition Fee, over and above the Tuition Fee fixed, for such of the Courses which are given Accreditation by the National Board of Accreditation in any college, as long as such Accreditation subsists for such courses in that college.
3. The Committee has also resolved to fix the amounts under various heads of the Academic Year -2020-20 to 2021-22 towards Special Fee, as specified below. The Private Un-Aided Professional Colleges are permitted to collect:
a) Rs.2000/- (Rupees Two Thousand only) as one-time payment per student at the time of admission towards Admission/Registration/ Recognition Fees and out of the said amount of Rs.2000/- (Rupees Two Thousand only), Rs.500/- (Rupees Five Hundred only) shall be remitted by the Institution to the University concerned and the remaining amount of Rs.1500/-(Rupees One Thousand and Five Hundred only) shall be retained by the Institution.
b) Rs.1000/- (Rupees One Thousand only) per Annum per student during the Course towards students related Special Services rendered by them as detailed below and the said amount shall be retained by the Institution.
Particulars of the amounts that can be collected towards students related Special Services per annum:
1 College functions 75
2 Health Centre Services for University Students/Insurance for affiliated Colleges 100
3 Reading Room 25
4 College Magazine 50
5 Hobby Centres 25
6 Student Hand Book 25
7 Lab Fee 150
8 Library Fee 125
9 Computer and Internet fee 250
10 Placement Cell 125
11 Games and Sports 50
Total : 1000
c) Rs.1500/-(Rupees One Thousand and Five Hundred only) per Annum per student during the course towards Common Services rendered by the University to the college as mentioned below and such amount collected by the College shall be remitted to the University concerned.
Particulars of the amounts that can be collected towards Common Services rendered by the University to the College:
1 Examination related 500
2 Academic Audit 200
3 Curriculum Revision & Content 300
4 Development 200
5 Staff Training 50
6 Coordination Meeting 50
7 University Publications Website Maintenance 200
Total : 1500
d) Rs.500/-(Rupees Five Hundred only) towards Library Deposit and an amount of Rs.500/-(Rupees Five Hundred only) towards Laboratory deposit [Total Rs.1000/-(Rupees One Thousand only)] by way of refundable Caution Deposits at the time of admission only as one-time payment.
4. The following directions are also given to the Private Un-aided Professional Institutions:-
(i) The Institutions shall collect the Annual Tuition Fee every year in advance only for that particular year either in a lumpsum or in installments, if they so opt.
(ii) The Institutions shall not charge any Capitation Fee or any amount unauthorisedly or illegally under any other head or guise (e.g., donation etc.), either directly or indirectly, other than the Fee fixed by the Committee, as collection of any such unauthorized amounts would amount to charging of Capitation Fee, and that the surplus (profit) that is generated from the collection of the Fee must be for the benefit of the Institution, and cannot be diverted for other purposes or for personal gain.
(iii) The Institutions are informed that fixation of the Fee Structure by the Committee will not by itself enable or permit the Managements to run the relevant Courses in their Institutions, if they are otherwise not duly recognized and permitted by the Government or AICTE / PCI /Concerned University etc. at any relevant time.
(iv) The Fee, now recommended by the TAFRC for the Block Period -2020- 20 to 2021-22, is based on the details/figures uploaded by the Institutions online and is subject to further physical verification. If it is found that any of the data given by the Institutions is not correct, the Fee shall be revised at a later date and these facts shall be informed to the University concerned and AICTE/relevant bodies for taking necessary action in accordance with law.