Date: 2017-04-07 19:59
There is no doubt that fees at state-run medical colleges are pitifully low and, therefore, they subsidies education of the more affluent sections of our society and thus there is a case for raising fees in such institutions, but this does not entitle the private entrepreneurs in education to charge such heavy capitation fees that it virtually denies equality of opportunity to the poor for professional education.
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The public sector is hampered by lack of resources and cannot meet the needs of industry and other sectors of the economy. Therefore, the private sector must be initiated in the programmes of training skilled manpower to take advantage of hi-tech opportunities.
The basic purpose of Ramamurti Committee's suggestion is to increase the recovery rate in higher education costs by reducing the element of subsidy. In that sense, the recommendation appears to be overdue.
"With the ever-increasing number of examinees, examination fees can also be an important means of raising internal resources to meet the cost of Higher Education".
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One argument put forward in favour of charging students is that education is becoming more expensive to fund as universities grow in size. Consequently, making students pay may maintain standards and ensure the quality of the teaching. In addition, it is argued that most students benefit from university in terms of higher paid jobs, so it is fair that they pay for at least some of the cost, especially given that the majority of students attending university are from the middle classes. Last but not least, in many countries, there is a shortage of people to do manual jobs such as plumbing and carpentry, so making university more expensive may encourage people to take up these jobs.
Thus both from the point of view of accentuating social inequality and resultant adverse effects on educational standards, the decision of the Andhra Pradesh Government to permit filling up 55 per cent seats on the basis of capitation fees was held violate of the Constitution.
Secondly, the right to start or stop courses, depending upon viability, that is, profitability of a course would commercialize education. This would be very unhealthy development because in the education sector, everything should not be judged on the touchstone of the profit motive.
In a country, were a small proportion of the population is engaged in salaried employment and a very small proportion pays income tax, it is quite possible that during the course of implementation, the business classes may not get caught in the net and the entire burden may be put on salary earners.