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Government to release Rs. 500 crores to colleges

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The proposed closure of Colleges by the colleges coming under the Consortium of Engineering Colleges Managements Association (CECMA) on May 26 as a protest for the failure of the Government to release the fee reimbursements was withdrawn after the Association and the Government has come together and stroke a deal.

As per the deal announced by the Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education (APSCHE) Chairman KC Reddy and the Principal Secretary (Higher Education) CR Biswal, the Government agreed to release Rs. 500 crores by the end of May 2010. Another Rs. 500 crore will be released by the end of June 2010. The remaining funds will be released after the exact information in regard to the beneficiaries who come under the scheme is finalized by the two parties.

Speaking on the part of the CECMA, its Vice-President T Rammohan Reddy said that the Association will take time till June-end and review the situation at that time.

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