Colleges urged to utilise assistance

Staff Reporter

Government colleges must strive to achieve better ranks, says district Collector

NIZAMABAD: The district administration wants the Government Junior Colleges to enable their students to achieve ranks in the engineering, agriculture and medical entrance tests on par with their counterparts studying in the private and corporate colleges.

To achieve this goal, it offered all possible assistance including appointment of expert lecturers, supply of study material and even financial support.

It made it clear that the colleges could get all support from the administration to achieve better ranks.

Achieve results

Addressing a meeting of principals and college teachers here on Saturday, the district Collector B. Ramanjaneyulu appealed to them to use all available resources to achieve the best results in Intermediate examinations and ranks in the EAMCET.

He said out of 94 Junior Colleges in the district 42 are in public sector and in which 3,582 students are in science stream.

Enabling students

He asked them to conduct EAMCET orientation classes to enable at least one two students from each college to get admissions in medicine.

The students should get good ranks and admissions in top engineering colleges, he said.

The Collector asked the principals to finish the syllabus by the end of November and begin EAMCET orientation classes by December. Question banks are being prepared with 8,000 questions in each subject to supply them to students.

One or two meritorious students from each division would be selected for special coaching.


Principals and lecturers on the occasion brought to the Collector’s notice several inconveniences at their colleges.

They said text books were not supplied on time, there was dearth of study material for supply to each student and buses were not plied on scheduled timings causing trouble to students.

In response to their complaint that the poor students were not able to pay engineering and medical fees the Collector promised them to arrange fees and other assistance to the meritorious students from nationalized banks.

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