Admission to 174 engineering colleges in the state may be banned from the next academic session. Because these 167 colleges are sitting with more than 50 lakh rupees of admission data management fees of Haryana Technical Education Society.
For this reason, the Principal Secretary has issued a notice to these colleges from the Joint Director and they will be excluded from counseling for the session 2020-21 for non-payment of fees. In this way, 167 engineering colleges in the state may also be locked for not depositing fees.
The Haryana State Technical Education Society had decided in the year 2016 that all colleges would have to pay the admission data management fee of Rs 200 per student. This fee will have to be paid on the admission of self-finance colleges as well as aided colleges in the non-aided branch and it will be paid on the admission of college level along with centralized admission.
This rule was implemented from 2016 and on the admissions to be held in the session of 2016-17, 200 rupees per student was to be deposited in the society. Despite this, colleges have not deposited fees since 2016.
Due to this, some colleges are also owed Rs 5 lakh, so the colleges in which admissions are nominal are also owed up to Rs 10 thousand. In this way, the society owes more than Rs 50 lakh to colleges. All these colleges have been issued notice by the Joint Director on the instruction of Principal Secretary of Technical Education Ankur Gupta, which will have to pay fees to these colleges.
If you do not pay the fees now, you will not be able to get admission in 2020-21
In the letter issued by the Principal Secretary, it has been made clear that if the colleges do not submit their outstanding fees in this month, then they will not be included in the counseling for 2020-21. Due to which these colleges will not get a single admission and under these circumstances the college can be locked. In this way, if the fees are not deposited for the colleges, then students will not be able to get admission in these colleges.