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Techincal Education in Rajashtan
Higher education in India got a big boost with many TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROVIDERS which cost more than billions for the total set ups. New colleges had been approved in Rajasthan mainly in Jaipur. Among them, AIET and ACERC have already started their academic sessions this year, while the other colleges are expected to start operations later on. To ensure that the colleges function goes properly, Arya group of Colleges has sanctioned 30 faculty posts for each institute. It has been found that Director/manager is offering huge amount of packages to the faculties so that they feel monetary comfort and can provide best world class knowledge to the emerging students of this state. The Cabinet has also decided to raise the grade of all existing faculty staff from the current package to the next level package.
On the other side, The HRD ministry has said that these technical education institutes will definitely bring changes in the technicalities of the cities as well as states. There are mixed responses from experts also on these new initiatives to establish new providers, but one has to assure that the opening of so many institutes is not going to be a disaster. Even prominent alumni of ACTE are concerned about colleges brand value. They continuously are raising questions about operations of new colleges. The major problem which bothers all new directors/managers is that of finding quality teaching staff members.
As per the survey done by the government, the creation of new technical education providers will enable provision of high quality technical education for more students. It would also address state and region specific problems related to technology and technical zones. Experienced Prof. said the new education institutes have created opportunities. Recently, it has been found that number of brilliant students who might have not made it due to limited number of seats will now be able to join easily. Putting aside initial operational difficulties, these educational institutes are expected to address high quality resources to the Indian industries.