Press Reporter News Service
Chandigarh, June 9
The Joint Affiliation of Faculties (JAC) as we speak introduced to problem roll numbers of two lakh SC college students of the 2020-21 session enrolled below the SC Submit-Matric Scholarship scheme, however with a situation that college students must pay the tutoring price, which has already been deposited by the federal government of their financial institution accounts.
In the meantime, the federal government, too, launched Rs 65 crore of the Rs 90 crore central fund it had withheld after the personal faculties threatened to withhold the scholars’ roll numbers over non-disbursal of grants below the scheme.
In April, the Punjab Social Welfare Division had disbursed Rs 152 crore, comprising tuition price and upkeep price, amongst 1.76 lakh college students enrolled below the scheme 2020-21 session. Nonetheless, the tutoring price element needed to be paid to the respective faculties, however the college students failed to take action.
JAC Co-Chairman Dr Anshu Kataria stated the comfort of releasing roll numbers had been made just for the scholars of 2020-21 educational session. “However for many who belong to the 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 session, the unaided faculties gained’t be capable of problem roll numbers as no person has paid for his or her research, neither the federal government nor the scholars,” he stated.
“The universities taught them for three-four years however now they’re below large monetary crunch. Due to non-payment, round 250 faculties could flip NPA this yr, whereas 300 faculties have already been declared NPA by banks for defaulting on mortgage,” Kataria added.