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ఎయిడెడ్ యాజమాన్య కళాశాలల విలీనానికి జీవో విడుదల

ఎయిడెడ్ యాజమాన్య కళాశాలల విలీనానికి జీవో విడుదల.

▪️ అంగీకరించిన కళాశాలలకు ఆస్తులు మరియు సిబ్బంది,  అంగీకరించని కళాశాలల సిబ్బంది విలీనానికి అనుమతులు కోరుతూ ఉత్తర్వులు విడుదల.

Policy for takeover of willing Private Aided Degree Colleges including Minority Degree Colleges by the Government - Orders - Issued G.O.Ms.No.42 Dated:10.08.2021 


Decades ago when the concept of providing Grant-in-Aid by the Government to Private Educational Institutions was initiated, it was envisioned to improve overall  educational  infrastructure.  Over  the  years,  the  Education  sector  has

changed drastically. Especially in the recent past, the State Government has put in

massive efforts for strengthening educational infrastructure particularly with the launching   of   programmes/schemes   such   as   Nadu-Nedu,   Jagananna   Vidya Deevena, Jagananna Vasathi Deevena etc. Owing to all such schemes and establishment of more number of Government Institutions, the educational infrastructure especially in the Government sector has improved significantly. Further, there has been an increased participation of the Private Institutions in the Education Sector in the recent past providing greater opportunities for accessing education. However, despite extending majority of the Government schemes such as Jagananna Vidya Deevena, Jagananna Vasathi Deevena etc., to the students studying in aided institutions on par with Government Institutions, there has been a steady decline in the student enrollment into private aided educational institutions. Additionally, it has been brought to the notice of the Government that few aided educational institutions could not run the courses because of very low enrollments and high operational expenses. This testifies that in these changed circumstances, the Private Aided Educational Institutions in the State seem to have lost their relevance and vitality as most of them are lagging behind the Government and Private Unaided Educational Institutions in terms of performance and quality resources. Thus, the Government felt that the present policy of extending grant-in-aid to the Private Educational Institutions needs a detail review and course corrections.


2.      The Government has also noticed that, in aided educational institutions, the percentage of admission in aided courses is gradually decreasing year on year while there has been significant improvement in student enrollment and standards in the Government Institutions. Also, filling aided staff vacancies in such aided institutions and possible demands of unaided staff, who are selected without any transparent method of recruitment i.e., without a sanctioned vacant post and/or without a competitive selection process similar to that of recruitment of Government Staff through appropriate Selection Committee, for regularization into aided posts lead to huge financial burden on Government's exchequer. Further, such  regularization  is  illegal  as  per  Apex  Court  Judgements  in  Umadevi  and Manjula Bhashini cases and Andhra Pradesh Act 2 of 1994 (Regulation of Appointment to Public Services and Rationalization of Staff Pattern and Pay Structure). Additionally, it has been brought to the notice of the Government that few aided educational institutions could not run the courses because of very low enrollments and high operational expenses. Further, w.r.t. Higher Education, it has been observed that the student strength in the regular aided courses is far too less when compared to the self-financed market-oriented unaided courses offered by the same institution. This indicates that there is a heavy under utilization of the available aided resources in the institutions while directly or indirectly poaching the students into unaided courses. Furthermore, there is no need to stress any further on effectively utilizing all the available resources in the educational institutions to achieve the objectives of the schemes namely Jagananna Vidya Deevena” and “Jagananna Vasathi Deevena” for free education and “Nadu-Nedu” for strengthening educational infrastructure. Also, wherever necessary, it is important to provide autonomy and opportunity to self-sustain for private aided institutions on par with private unaided institutions on the lines of National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 that highlights the need for providing graded autonomy to institutions. Thus, it is a matter of public interest to take over the voluntarily willing private aided educational institutions.



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