The new directive is meant to fulfil the requirements of the increased number of students at the higher levels. For the same, the principals of government technical high schools have been directed to inform the principals of engineering and polytechnic colleges about the instruments, academic research and experimentation work at the schools for better cooperation and sharing of resources.
Each school has been allotted a college, which has to be kept in the loop.
Twenty-eight technical high schools across Gujarat have been directed through a Government Resolution (GR) for maximum utilisation of resource. The principals of the technical schools and colleges have been directed to hold meetings and chart ways for co-operation in resources.
A total of 17,000 seats across 23 engineering colleges have been increased taking the total number of seats to 35,000.
The increase to make enough seats available for all the science stream pass-outs who may have wanted to join an engineering course.
The GR sent to the technical high schools last month reads: “After 10 government engineering colleges and nine government polytechnic colleges were started last years, a huge number of seats were increased in engineering and polytechnic courses in the current academic year.”
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