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�NE central varsities face discrimination�

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TEZPUR, Aug 25 - �Institutions of higher education in the NE region are deprived of funds by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India,� the People�s Committee for Constitutional Rights has alleged.

In a memorandum submitted to the Prime Minister and the Union HRD Minister, it alleged that the �discriminations carried out by the post-independence Governments, led the institutions of higher learning of the region to such a state, that they could not plan for the development of studies in science and technology and other subjects�, the president and secretary of the body, Pulin Bhattacharya and Pankaj Kumar Nath said in the memorandum, adding that while going through the Annual Report of UGC 2013-14, it was observed that out of the 40 central universities in India, the NE States account for 9 (22.5 %). But at the time of allocation of funds, these nine universities get only 10 per cent of the allotted funds.

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�NE central varsities face discrimination�

TEZPUR, Aug 25 - �Institutions of higher education in the NE region are deprived of funds by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India,� the People�s Committee for Constitutional Rights has alleged.

In a memorandum submitted to the Prime Minister and the Union HRD Minister, it alleged that the �discriminations carried out by the post-independence Governments, led the institutions of higher learning of the region to such a state, that they could not plan for the development of studies in science and technology and other subjects�, the president and secretary of the body, Pulin Bhattacharya and Pankaj Kumar Nath said in the memorandum, adding that while going through the Annual Report of UGC 2013-14, it was observed that out of the 40 central universities in India, the NE States account for 9 (22.5 %). But at the time of allocation of funds, these nine universities get only 10 per cent of the allotted funds.

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