Corporate educational institutions have exploited students and parents under the guise of various types of fees. The education system has become a business matter for these corporate schools and colleges. Parents aiming for a bright future have flocked to the wards with hopes of education. But recently he has witnessed several unfortunate incidents, such as a student’s self-immolation attempt in one of his at Narayana College. Governments do not keep an eye out for corporate institutions that exploit ordinary people in the name of fees.
State-run institutions lack faculty and infrastructure
The government’s approach to education is far from satisfactory. All state-run educational institutions have been without faculty for years. It’s better not to talk about infrastructure. As a result, people are turning to private educational institutions in hopes of providing their children with a better education. The growing demand has spawned numerous private and corporate institutions. As people were ready to pay, private agencies began letting them go. People were forced to pay exorbitant fees because private agencies had no mechanism to monitor the fee structure.
– Madhu, Automotive Consultant, Thorrur
people don’t trust state agencies
Corporate educational institutions have started to proliferate due to the government’s failure to provide quality education to students through institutions. There are still quite a few reputable institutions today, but people don’t trust state-run institutions because they know the fact that the government isn’t doing its best to strengthen them. So why do people go to private institutions? Parents are always thinking about the future of their wards. So, despite financial constraints, they pour a lot of money into private institutions.
– G Gopi, Internet Cafe, Hanuma Konda
Corporate institutions maintain double standards for minting money
Corporate colleges keep a low profile and become more responsible to their students and parents until they have a name and prestige, showing their true nature when they rank high in exams such as EAMCET, IIT, NEET, CA, etc. Violate company rules. Mediation and implementation of their own agendas, oppressing students in the form of fees in the name of AC classrooms, special intensive coaching and, truly speaking, corporate universities in the name of services in the field of education We maintain a double standard in minting money.
-Ram Kumar – Self Employed – Nalgonda
Pvt university harassing students under the guise of various fees
Before the academic year begins, corporate universities appoint agents and admit students from different regions through agents.
By the end of the academic year, they harass students under the guise of various fees. In particular, secondary schools that return a student’s certificate only on full payment. System maintenance by administration is necessary.
-M Beshma Charlie, Practitioner, Odella, Karimnagar