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Sunday, September 27, 2020



The decision to reduce the fees of self-governing colleges, including engineering and pharmacy, will be based on the principles of natural justice.  > Following Ahmedabad, it is necessary to listen to the representations of the administrators of the colleges running different courses in different zones of the state as well to determine the fees of the technical colleges of the state.  After hearing this representation, a decision on fee reduction can be taken as soon as it comes under the purview of the FRC.  Colleges are currently instructed to do this before deciding to reduce all course fees, the court directed administrators to listen.  This was stated by FRC spokesperson Jainik Vakil.  The FRC has now decided to listen to every administrator in the investigation.  Recently the FRC has started the process of fee reduction to every college.  An exercise to find out what the FRC and administrators think in the next 10 days will complete the process.  Decided to start.  In the next 10 days, all these engineering, MBA - MCA, M.E.  , Technical including B.Pharm, Architect, Interior Design will be completed in the hearing of the administrators of the independent colleges.  In order to reduce the fees of all the courses included in South Gujarat Zone, North East Zone, Central Zone, Saurashtra Zone and North Zone, a total of 11 colleges were PILed in the High Court.  In addition to the Koro epidemic and administrators or representatives, the Self-Employed Colleges Association should reduce fees in the event of a lockdown. The Association of AICTE approves self-financing.  The court summoned the representatives of the diploma college and called a meeting with him.  The FRC will seek the opinion of the state on the reduction of fees as suggested by the court.  It is likely that after the completion of the five-zone process, the colleges running all these technical courses will be able to hear the administrators and associations of 15 institutes on how much the fees can be reduced based on the estimates of the two major colleges in each zone.  Is.



Checking the records of two NGOs, the reality came out that in the kitchen of the mid-day scheme run by NC0, many kinds of irregularities were exposed and the quantity and nutritional value of the cooked food was not checked.  Records must be presented to the legislature.  But the students were not given food samples.  Was purchased.  But the CAG's general and social sector meals were not hot as the investigation was not being carried out.  Any report points out that during the NGO it was found that seven talukas could not be audited.  In the report of 2012, the midday school had a temperature check and the food provided by someone.  Materials prescribed by Bhojan Yojana - Equipment Used 150 samples of food were exposed in Laliyawadi. Besides, Kerala given to children did not have nutritional value.  Those weaves remained unused.  Were taken for quality testing.  In addition to the food arriving at the school of nutrition in Vadodara and Valsad meals, the CAG team tested 20 samples out of which 12 samples were tested to test the two standards and quality to maintain quality in the central kitchen in the quality district.  Of which failed the test.  The CAG investigated the NGO's scam.  Should.  But the CAG noted that the NGO had no system.  Samples on the lower level noted that the FDCA had observed MDM in which some irregularities were observed in 300 schools.  Districts - Talukas have been given food as shown in the rule.  The CAG report states that in order to check the quality and nutritional value of a sufficient number of students at the level which had more than 200 students, it did not carry out any test to increase the nutritional value of food in 2016.  .

JEE-Advance to be taken today for admission in 23IITs of the country  An estimated 2 lakh 40 thousand students from all over the country are expected to attend JEE Advance.  Due to 5 to 6 »corona from Gujarat, it is estimated that only 64% of the thousand students give JEE-Advance.  The student has registered 23 Indian institutes of the country. JEE - Advance is taken for admission in technology.  IIT-Delhi is conducting JEE-Advance this year.  JEE - 2 lakh 45 thousand to 2 lakh 50 thousand students have qualified for advance.  Out of which 1.60 lakh students have registered for advance.  Currently, 97 per cent of the students who are scheduled to appear for the exam are those who have been allowed to appear for the exam from one of the three major examination centers of their choice.  Examination has been organized at 1000 centers out of 600 centers this year.  Earlier, exams were held in 164 cities, but this year it has been decided to take exams in 222 cities.  It has been decided to take the exam from Valsad center in Gujarat this year.  Only 64 per cent students have registered this year due to the Corona epidemic.

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