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Saturday, March 1, 2014

LACK of qualified and experienced staff reasons for vacancies in engineering

LACK of qualified and experienced staff reasons for vacancies in engineering

LACK of qualified and experienced staff and inadequate infrastructure facilities in new institutions is one of the reasons for the vacancies in engineering colleges in Maharashtra State. This conclusion has been made by the committee that was constituted under the Chairmanship of Or G D Yadav, Vice-Chancellor, UICT. Mumbai. Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan had expressed concern over the vacancies being registered in engineering colleges. He had taken initiative and asked Higher and Technical Education department to find out the reasons. Accordingly the committee deliberated and submitted the report. The committee headed by Dr Yadav has Dr S K Mahajan. Director. Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Dr S P Yavalkar and Narendra Patil. M D Shivankar. Joint Director. Aurangabad. This Committee was constituted to address the problems of vacancies in technical institutes and to suggest means and mechanisms to improve the quality. In order to put the report in proper perspective, the committee also tried to collect statistics from other states that are leaders in technical education, namely Andhra Pradesh. Tamil Nadu. Karnataka and Gujarat. The committee stated that there is an acute lack of qualified and experienced leaching staff, and the infrastructure at new institutions is inadequate. The AICTE's policy of granting second shifts in existing institutions without any proper survey or SWOT analysis has been detrimental to quality. Ineffective teaching and learning processes exist at affiliated colleges. Students prefer pursuing degrees in employable streams and courses at well-established institutions.
Students prefer urban institutes over rural institutes due to non-availability ofbasic infrastructure, facilities or connectivity. Students prefer institutions having a strong campus placement record and connectivity with industries to help their future prospects.
Unaided institutions charge unaf-fordable fees despite the poor standards of education- Communication and transportation facilities in rural institutions are inadequate for today's fast paced world with broadband connectivity.

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