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Mumbai: Maharashtra government is planning to set up a Technological University to bring all the engineering, technical, management, architectural and pharmacy colleges under one roof.
The demand for the courses is increasing but there is no uniformity in the syllabus since the colleges belong to different universities in the state.
Once approved the Technological University would be the authority for all the colleges conducting the said courses.
"The proposal of the Technological University has been prepared considering that the fields are rapidly changing and need courses based on the industrial requirements.
It would soon come before the cabinet for final approval," Higher and Technical Education Minister Rajesh Tope told PTI.
The state has 221 engineering, 116 pharmacy, 44 architecture, eight hotel management and catering, 213 management and 72 MCA colleges under 10 different universities. Therefore the syllabus is different in the various colleges.
About three lakh students study in these colleges every year.
"This is a competition age and the states like Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are already having such universities. Maharashtra should also have focused university for the technological courses," Tope said.
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