The announcement was made after the session with the chairman of the Standing Committee of the IIT Council and administrators of IITs. The Ministry needed to take this determination as the scholars within the nation needed to face inconvenience because of the Coronavirus outbreak
New Delhi: Country’s premium tech institutes – Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) – won’t elevate the schooling payment for any course for the educational yr 2020-21, HRD Ministry stated in its newest announcement.
Informing about the identical, Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal stated that the announcement was made after session with the chairman of the Standing Committee of the IIT Council and administrators of IITs.
“It gives me immense pleasure to announce that our IITs are not increasing tuition fee for the academic year 20-21 for any of their courses,” the minister was quoted as saying by information company ANI.
The Ministry needed to take this determination as the scholars within the nation needed to face inconvenience because of the Coronavirus outbreak.
“After consultation with the chairman of the Standing Committee of the IIT Council and directors of IITs, it has been decided that these institutes will not increase the tuition fee for academic year 2020-21 for any course,” the HRD minister stated.
“In case of the IIITs, it has been decided that for those which are centrally-funded, the standard 10-per cent hike in the tuition fee for undergraduate programmes will not be implemented this year. I have also requested them not to increase the fee for other courses,” he stated.
After session with Chairman, Standing Committee of IIIT Council & Coordination discussion board, it’s determined that for centrally funded IIITs, customary hike of 10% within the tuition payment for Undergraduate program can also be not being carried out this yr: HRD Min Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ https://t.co/naRWaOZcjG
— ANI (@ANI) April 26, 2020
“On similar lines, I have requested the IIITs run in the public-private partnership mode not to increase the tuition fee for the coming academic year for any of their courses,” Pokhriyal added.
Earlier this month, the HRD minister had additionally ordered personal colleges to revise annual payment hike amid the Coronavirus lockdown.
The minister asserted that it got here to his discover by many mother and father from all throughout the nation that the colleges even on this time of disaster are decided to extend their annual payment.
The Union HRD Minister additionally acknowledged that a number of colleges have been additionally demanding the mother and father to deposit the varsity payment for 3 months collectively. He urged all the colleges to affix fingers within the combat in opposition to corona and re-consider their determination.