Andhra students call for intervention of the Center in the division of university assets – The New Indian Express

Express press service

VIJAYAWADA: Several scholars and students have called for central government intervention in the long-running issue of division of university assets even after eight years of bifurcation of former Andhra Pradesh.

Dr BR Ambedkar Open University and Potti Sriramulu Telugu University bear the brunt of the delay. The state government contributes Rs 11 crore in fees and Rs 5 crore in salaries, pensions (for 41 people) and fees (for 456).

Andhra Pradesh students have requested the Union government to separate the assets and liabilities of the university with a ratio of 58:42 for the convenience of the current academic year without extending it till 2024, based on Annex X.

Vallabhaneni Satyanarayana, a student of DR BRAOU from Vijayawada, alleged that university authorities were showing regionalism and harassing to issue certificates. He said he received points for a project report after a continuous struggle with university authorities for six months. He also alleged that the university’s website was not accepting applications from Andhra students after filling in the address column in the online application.

ABVP Chief Gudipati Subba Raju alleged that DR BRAOU collects more money from Andhra Pradesh (scholarships and student fees) but fails to properly extend services to students and health centers. ‘studies.

SFI Secretary of State A Ashok said the state government should take minimum steps to establish the university in the state without waiting for the decision of the Union government as the state was losing resources. funds.

BRAOU Special Officer Dr. Velaga Joshi said that if the university is separated, the Telangana government will have to pay Rs 300 crore from the academic year 2014-15 to date excluding thousands of crores of assets and huge deposits related to the university. Dr Joshi pointed out that the early fork will only benefit the government of Andhra Pradesh.

VIJAYAWADA: Several scholars and students have called for central government intervention in the long-running issue of division of university assets even after eight years of bifurcation of former Andhra Pradesh. Dr BR Ambedkar Open University and Potti Sriramulu Telugu University bear the brunt of the delay. The state government contributes Rs 11 crore in fees and Rs 5 crore in salaries, pensions (for 41 people) and fees (for 456). Andhra Pradesh students have requested the Union government to separate the assets and liabilities of the university with a ratio of 58:42 for the convenience of the current academic year without extending it till 2024, based on Appendix X. Vallabhaneni Satyanarayana, a student of DR BRAOU from Vijayawada, alleged that the university authorities were regionalist and harassed to issue certificates. He said he received points for a project report after a continuous struggle with university authorities for six months. He also alleged that the university’s website was not accepting applications from Andhra students after filling in the address column in the online application. ABVP Chief Gudipati Subba Raju alleged that DR BRAOU collects more money from Andhra Pradesh (scholarships and student fees) but fails to properly extend services to students and health centers. ‘studies. SFI Secretary of State A Ashok said the state government should take minimum steps to establish the university in the state without waiting for the decision of the Union government as the state was losing resources. funds. BRAOU Special Officer Dr. Velaga Joshi said that if the university is separated, the Telangana government will have to pay Rs 300 crore from the academic year 2014-15 to date excluding thousands of crores of assets and huge deposits related to the university. Dr Joshi pointed out that the early fork will only benefit the government of Andhra Pradesh.

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