Central govt. sanctions polytechnics in Padampur, Titlagarh, Sundargarh, Rairakhole and Jaipatana

December 10, 2011 at 11:09 am Leave a comment

Following is a report from express-buzz:

BHUBANESWAR: The Centre has sanctioned 19 polytechnics for the State to be established under the public private partnership (PPP) mode.

The State Government has proposed to set up the polytechnics at Kalinga Nagar, Champua, Padampur, Rairangpur, Paradip, Astarang, Bhanjanagar, Baliapal, Khurda, Koraput, Daspalla, Rairakhole, Pallahara, Narsingpur, Titlagarh, Jaipatana, Bisamkatak, Sundargarh and Umerkote.

The Ministry will provide ` 3 crore one- time assistance for each polytechnic on the recommendation of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). The State Government will provide either land or ` 2 crore as its share.

The industry partners will deposit a minimum amount of ` 10 crore for infrastructure development like construction of building and procurement of equipment for the institute.

The industry partners may set up the polytechnics within the industry campus or else the State Government will provide land. If the industry partner provides land, the land deeds are to be transferred to the management committee of the institute.

The recurring expenditure of the proposed institute will be borne by the management committee from fees collected from the students and internal revenue generation. The private partners will meet the additional expenditure, if any, of the institute.

Admission to the polytechnics will be based on common entrance examination or the existing procedure adopted in the State. However, concessional fees will be mandatory for weaker and disadvantaged section of society.

The Government and the private promoters will sign a memorandum of understanding with AICTE.

Admission fee for the polytechnics will be decided by the State Government in consultation with the management committee of each institute.

As per the circular of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, programmes or courses to be offered by polytechnics will be decided by the management committee. The trades to be offered should relate to the industries partnering under the project.

If the private partner is not an industry, the Government will identify the needs of the region in consultation with the managing committee.

The proposed polytechnics will be affiliated to the Board of Technical Education and the State Government may accord autonomous status in consultation with the AICTE.

Multiple industry partners may join together to set up polytechnics so that collaboration in different areas will be possible.

 Plans Afoot

 * The Ministry will provide ` 3 crore one-time assistance for each polytechnic

 * The State Government will provide either land or ` 2 crore as its share.

* The industry partners will deposit a minimum amount of ` 10 crore for infrastructure development

* The industry partners may set up the polytechnics within its campus or else the State Government will provide land

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