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MIT turns self-financed varsity, degrees from 2019

Posted on March 23rd, 2017 in Self Financed School |

Ardhra Nair, March 23, 2017

Source: The Times of India

Pune : The state legislative assembly on Wednesday pas sed a bill to set up Dr Vish wanath Ka rad MIT World Peace University , a self-financed institution, in Kothrud.

Students from the MIT group of institutes will get certificates and degrees from this university from 2018-19. Other students on the campus who have enrolled earlier will get a certificate from Savitribai Phule Pune University . Read the rest of this entry »

Self-financed engg colleges to surrender quotas

Posted on June 28th, 2016 in Self Financed School |

TIMES NEWS NETWORK, June  28, 2016,

Source: The Times of India

Ahmedabad : Desperate to get students, and break even on costs, at least 39 self-financed engineering colleges have requested the Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) in writing to place candidates in the 25% seats earlier kept reserved for management and NRI quotas. This comes to about 2,100 seats, as of now. Read the rest of this entry »

Thorat blames self-financed institutions for disparity

Posted on February 16th, 2016 in Self Financed School |

TIMES NEWS NETWORK,Feb 16, 2016

Source: The Times of India

Pune: The chairman of the Indian Council of Social Science Research, Sukhdev Thorat on Monday said self-financed institutions were increasing disparity in colleges and universities.

During the inauguration of a two day talk at the Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU), Thorat said, “Self-financed universities or institutions are declining access to the poor, Read the rest of this entry »

Private self-financing engineering colleges cut fee by 50% to survive in Kerala

Posted on June 27th, 2015 in Fees, Private, Self Financed School |

Preetu Nair,TNN | Jun 27, 2015,

Source: The Times of India

KOCHI: Those who cavil against the glut of private self-financing engineering colleges in the Kerala – 157, at the last count – should welcome the market intervention. In order to survive, a large chunk of private self-financing colleges have cut fee for ‘management’ quota seats by almost 50% – Rs 60,000. This fee is Rs 15,000 less than what it takes for a ‘merit’ quota seat in such colleges – Rs 75,000. And some colleges have gone to the extent of offering fee-waiver in the first year.  Read the rest of this entry »

Over 1,000 self-financed schools get state nod

Posted on June 6th, 2015 in Education Department, Self Financed School |

Piyush Bhusari,Jun 6, 2015,

Source: The Times of India

Kolhapur:The school education and sports department has given its approval to as many as 1,085 schools in the state for commencing operations on self-financed basis from the 2015-16 academic year.

In its directive dated June 2, the department stated that it had received over 4,000 proposals for starting new schools and upgrading the current infrastructure in 2014-15. Read the rest of this entry »

Pupils rush for self-financed courses

Posted on June 1st, 2015 in Self Financed School |

dna correspondent , 1 June 2015

Source:DNA

Being job-oriented in nature, these programmes are seeing an increase in demand ever since their launch 15 years ago

The popularity of self-financed courses has grown exponentially since their launch by the Mumbai University in 2000. With 10-15% annual increase in the intake capacity, the varsity now has around 80,000 seats in various self-financing undergraduate programs – one-third of the total 2.5 lakh seats up for grabs. Read the rest of this entry »

70% of new schools opt for other boards

Posted on December 20th, 2014 in Self Financed School, SSC |

Ardhra Nair | Pune |  December 20, 2014

Source: Indian Express

The relaxation of rules to start self-financed schools has led to a mushrooming of schools and most of them are tilted towards affiliation with boards other than the state board (SSC).

English medium schools are in vogue even in the rural landscape, overthrowing the penchant for Marathi medium. Read the rest of this entry »

No application for starting Marathi-medium schools

Posted on October 6th, 2014 in Schools, Self Financed School |

Swatishindegole,Oct 06 2014

Source: The Times of India

Pune:In Contrast, 227 Proposals For English Schools

The demand for English-medium schools remains up beat. But what worries academicians is the fact that no educational institute in the city has shown interest in starting a Marathi-medium school.For the academic year 2015-16, the deputy director of education in Pune received 227 proposals for opening self-financed schools ­ all for Englishmedium schools. Read the rest of this entry »

No more self-financing courses in Ravenshaw university

Posted on May 30th, 2014 in Self Financed School |

PTI | May 29, 2014,

Source: The Times of India

CUTTACK: Ravenshaw University here has decided to get rid of the self-financing courses, that were hitherto running under public-private partnership (PPP) mode, from the current academic year.

Henceforth, the courses like ITM, BBA, JMC, IST, ETC and HHA would be run by the university itself from this (2014-2015) academic year, university registrar P K Jena said in a release here today.  Read the rest of this entry »

Maharashtra allows 2,000 schools on self-financed basis

Posted on March 10th, 2014 in RTE, Self Financed School, States |

Piyush Bhusari,TNN | Mar 10, 2014,

Source :  Times  of  India

KOLHAPUR: The Maharashtra government has granted permissions to 2,217 primary, secondary and higher secondary schools across the state for the coming academic year under the Maharashtra Self-Financed Schools (Establishment and Regulation) Act. A government resolution (GR) on this was drawn on February 26. Read the rest of this entry »