The private universities in the state have been directed to adhere to Supreme Court directives and the rule of central agencies like Medical Council of India (MCI) and All Indian Council of Technical Education (AICTE) for fixing feel and finalising admission process.
The admissions would be on basis of national level common entrance exam for professional courses and on merit for other courses, the MP Private Universities’ Regulatory Commission has told the private universities. The issue of fees and admission process for the different courses including professional courses being run by the private universities were discussed at a meeting convened on Wednesday by the regulatory commission. Vice – chancellors (where appointed), registrars and finance officers of the nine notified universities attended the meeting.
The chairman of the regulatory commission, Akhilesh Kumar Pandey told Hindustan Times that to monitor the fees to be changed by the universities, the commission had decided to fix of format, wherein the universities would give details of their expenditure and the proposed fees structure.
During the meeting this format was discussed and the universities were asked to adhere to the Supreme Court guidelines in this regard,
“We are also gathering the fees details of other private universities from country so as compare the fees structure,” Pandey said. The universities have been asked to present their fees structure in given format within a week.