Deemed Universities charging very high capitation fees.Deemed Universities in India are autonomous institutions, recognized by the UGC and Ministry of Human Resources and Development. They have the right to start their own courses and award their own degrees.
In India, there are 170 Deemed Universities in India. The admission of students is done by receiving big capitation fees. Only the children of the rich can study in these colleges. Even students with low marks in plus 2, without attending any entrance test, get admission in deemed universities. Most Deemed Universities don't say that this is a capitation fee but charging this fee by naming training fees and any other names.
The University Grants Commission has decided to impose a fine of Rs.10 lakh if any Deemed University charges any capitation fee from students. This is a good decision taken by the government.
What is your opinion about Deemed Universities charging very high capitation fees for the admission of students?.