Tuition-free service ..!
The announcement by the private college that there will be no tuition for three years has come as a surprise. The private polytechnic college operating in Chennimalai, Erode district, has announced that it will provide free education to all who join the college this year, considering the impact of the corona epidemic. Middle and poor families have been economically vulnerable as the corona epidemic has continued for the past year and a half. As a result, the dropout rate has increased and the number of people going to higher education has decreased, as per the study.
In this context, Rajiv Gandhi Polytechnic College in Chennimalai, Erode District has issued a new announcement. To reduce the burden on parents during the Corona period, it has been announced that all students enrolling this academic year will be offered free education for three years.
The college administration has also announced a 100 percent discount on accommodation fees. The announcement has been well received by students in the area.
Makkal Rajan, the founder of the college, said that the college has been running for 14 years and every year it offers free education to economically backward students who are unable to pay their tuition fees.
People who report that more than a thousand students have been given free education in this college so far, Rajan said that the children of life imprisoned prisoners and the children of Sri Lankan refugees are being given free education.
People Rajan, who said that considering the impact of the Corona curriculum, has decided to give a completely free education to the students joining the college this year, he said that so far 270 students have joined the college this year. He said he was ready to add as many students as he could to the college, adding that there were a total of six courses in the college.
A tuition fee of Rs. 50,000 per student per year is being charged. People Rajan says that he has done this so that the education of any student who wants to study should not be hampered due to lack of money, even if it causes a loss of Rs 50 lakh per annum. Many people are praising his educational service.
As Kamaraj University, Madurai has been given an A grade, 4942 students have applied for an unprecedented number of postgraduate courses. Located on the Madurai-Theni road, Kamaraj University offers undergraduate and graduate studies in a total of 44 departments. Only 1100 students are trained for it every year.
Similarly, applications for admission for the year 2021-2022 can be submitted online from May 1, according to Kamaraj University.
Following the announcement, a large number of 4942 students have applied for postgraduate studies at Madurai Kamaraj University, the highest number in any year at present, said Dharmaraj, the university’s selector. He told reporters that there were two main reasons for this, and that they need to conduct classes at the university through the internet was due to the corona effect. At the same time, he said that Kamaraj University was involved in performing its process files directly.
Madurai Kamaraj University has been ranked 17th in India in March by the National Quality Assessment and Accreditation Commission (NAAC) University, which conducted a visit to Madurai Kamaraj University last March. As a result, there have been twice as many applications this year for admission to postgraduate courses as last year.
This is the first time in the history of the university that 4,942 applications have been received.