VIJAYAWADA: The private Intermediate college managements have warned the state government to remove the jumbling system in the intermediate education for practical exams.
The Private Colleges Association member, Janic college principal Sk. Razeem stated that they would not cooperate with the government to introduce the jumbling system.
He explained that the government took this decision to favour corporate colleges like Narayana and Sri Chaitanya.
He said that with this move they only benefit and all the small colleges’ future would be in stake.
Mr Razeem said that all private colleges management have decided to go on a indefinite strike from Monday onwards.
He said that they would not open the colleges until the government removes the jumbling system.
He added that they would not allow their staff to serve in the examination process including conducting, correcting and others.
Mr Razeem stated that if the government will introduce it from next year onwards, then they would allow. He questioned why the state government should want to introduce this system in Intermediate education, when all the degree, post graduation and other courses do not have it.
The private management threatened the state government that they would not give their colleges for the conduct of examinations.
Jumbling policy was cancelled long back by the government, K. Ravi, a faculty at a private college said....