ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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MAHARASHTRA-Engineering Education Wholesale Adulteration

MAHARASHTRA Engineering Education: Wholesale Adulteration J V Deshpande 'NOTHING succeeds like excess', that seems to be the guiding principle behind the latest decisions of the government of Maharashtra in the field of higher education. Soon after the present ministry of Vasantdata Patil took office early this year, it was announced by the new Education Minister that in order to case the acute shortage of facilities for technical education in the state, the government would allow private parties to start five new engineering colleges and ten new polytechnics on the clear understanding that they would not receive any grant-in-aid from the state

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