Patna :  Hundreds  of students, who  are keen to  pursue their career at Degree level in various self financing vocational courses  being imparted at constituent colleges of Magadh University ( MU ) for the session 2016-17,  are upset due to the inordinate delay by the state government  to allow these colleges to admit students besides allotting seats for different vocational courses  to these colleges.  Students are inclined to opt for Degree level three years  vocational courses , but the delay on the part of  state government in granting permission to these colleges is causing resentment among the aspirants.  

  A few  aggrieved students  said that there was no rationale behind delay in allotment of seats to vocational courses by the state government . Any further delay  would force students to  make an exodus from Bihar and pursue their career in vocational courses outside the state, they said adding this is the right time for the colleges to start sale of admission forms at the college counters.

MU  colleges located in Patna  have been imparting teaching in BCA, BBM , Bio Technology, B Sc  IT, Fashion Designing  and various other job oriented courses at much less cost at Degree level. While students are completing these courses in about  Rs 65,000 here , these courses  will cost them huge amount outside Bihar ,  they said adding teaching  of  these courses has proved a boon for poor students who can’t afford  vocational education  outside the state .

 According to vocational course aspirants,   the government should not maintain ‘double standard’ in  the vocational course studies in MU . While it is keen to provide an opportunity to  students belonging to  poor and middle class families to earn their livelihood  on their own , it is delaying admission process in   vocational courses  on  flimsy excuses, they said. 

MU  vocational cell coordinator  B N Ojha said delay in allotment of to seats to various vocational  courses by the government will jeopardize  career of hundreds  of students. The state government should take up the matter on priority basis as this is the right time to  make available forms of vocational courses at the college counters  for admission purpose, he said adding a delegation of MU vocational courses ancell members  is likely to meet state education minister Ashok Choudhary to urge him to intervene in the matter and resolve the deadlock soon. 


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