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Shift From Telugu To English Due To Drop In The Number Of Students

The sudden decline in the quantity of students seeking after post-graduate courses (PG) and degree in Telugu medium establishments has constrained a few subsidiary universities to change over to English medium from the resulting scholastic year.

The president of Telangana Degree and PG Colleges, Ramana Reddy commenting on the issue states that around 30 percent of the universities need to change over to English medium in this academic year, as the reaction among a large portion of the students studying in Telugu medium at PG or degree level is relatively low.

Shift From Telugu To English Due To Drop In The Number Of Students

In December 2017, delegates from different universities had asked the TSCHE (Telangana State Council of Higher Education) to enable subsidiary schools to change their medium of direction and blend of courses offered from the scholarly year 2018 to 2019.

The General Secretary of Telangana Government Recognized Degree and PG Colleges Management Association, Vijay Bhasker Reddy mentions that since English is the dialect choice for a lot of examinations, students incline towards moving the medium of study to English at PG or degree level. He further states that nearly hundreds of degree universities, for the most part in the provincial regions, are quick to change over to English medium for the current academic year.

Vijay Bhasker further comments that not only this, numerous are likewise enthusiastic about changing the mix of courses offered at PG level and degree. In this way, a few administrations need to change the mixes offered in their universities to have lesser vacant seats.

As per government authorities and school administrations, 90 percent of the seats in degree colleges, particularly in streams like life science and sociology departments, are vacant each year. He further stated that the circumstance, they admit, is probably not going to change in the following 5 years.

The schools have presented the scenario of the current situation; Telangana State Council of Higher Education opened a window with new rules for medium in existing universities and transformation of courses. The notice issued by the TSCHE reads as the application can be downloaded from while announcing March 14 as the last date of submission.

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