The Haryana Private Technical Educational Institution (Regulation of Admission and Fee) Act, 2012, has come into effect, an official spokesman said today.
The state government will now constitute a committee for the purpose. It would consist of a chairperson, who would be a retired Supreme Court or High Court judge or former Vice-Chancellor of a university or one having experience in public administration at a senior position.
The committee will regulate the admission process and the fee structure for technical courses in private institutions. The fee structure will be binding on the private institutes for a period of three years, the spokesperson said, adding the committee can impose a fine of Rs 5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh on in case of violation of its recommendations.