Campus Front demands withdrawal of CET act – 2006

Belthangady: Campus Front of India, Belthangady Taluk committee has strongly condemned government’s decision to implement Karnataka Professional Educational Instructions (Regulation of Admission and Fixation of Fee) Act 2006, saying that it would affect the careers of poor students.

In a memorandum submitted to chief minister and governor through Tahashildar, the organization said implementation of this act is a part of privatization. As per the act, students won’t get seats in private colleges under government quota. This is obviously for the benefit of private colleges forcing students to pour lakhs of money to get seats.

Campus Front said, “Our medical education minister has said that the act will put control over private colleges from selling seats under government quota in other paths. In fact, there are no need private colleges to use other paths as the government, itself, is forming good opportunity to them to make money”.

In the state, there are only 10 government colleges and 9 deemed universities in the state. At the same time, number of private collages is 177.

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