A boycott didn't prevent private professional colleges from raking in huge profits on capitation fees, however an overabundance in seats in engineering universities and stricter standards for operation of medical colleges may cut down the rates for management quota seats this year.
At engineering institutes, professors and experts are foreseeing a 10% drop in capitation fees because of the surfeit of seats under single-window counseling. A year ago, more than one lakh engineering seats in universities under Anna University were not filled.
A teacher of an engineering college in Erode said a year ago the capitation among top engineering universities in western Tamil Nadu was Rs.4 lakh to Rs.10 lakh. In the most recent week, seats have been offered at Rs.3 lakh to Rs.8lakh. "A few universities are open to negotiation too," he said.
In the medical college part, urgent requirement for trusts to enhance framework has constrained numerous private schools to cut capitation. The step comes after Medical Council of India presented strict standards for infrastructure for private schools looking to increase student admission.
Erode based instructive advisor Murthy Selvakumaran said, "Most private medical universities have begun confirmations under the management quota. . If they get funds early by collecting capitation fee, they can work on infrastructure."
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