The TSCHE (Telangana State Council for Higher Education) was constituted by the Telangana government. The TS Government had constituted a separate council for Higher Education on August 2 through a GO issued by the Department of Higher Education.
The Vice-Chancellors of Osmania University, Kakatiya University, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Telangana University, Mahatma Gandhi University, Palamuru University and Satavahana University were also appointed as the members of the TSCHE.
The government issued an order adapting the Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education (APSCHE) Act, 1988. It argued that under the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014, it is empowered to make adaptations and modifications of any law made in united Andhra Pradesh.
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TSCHE Official website
Telangana State Council for Higher Education (TSCHE) website has formed soon
Prof T. Papi Reddy appointed as TSCHE First Chairman
Prof Tummala Papi Reddy has been appointed as the Chairman of Telangana State Council for Higher Education.
Prof Papi Reddy from Adilabad and he studied in Warangal and Karimnagar districts. He was a student leader in Kakatiya University. Later, he joined the KU as Assistant Professor. He had also served as the President and General Secretary of KU Faculty Association.
- to review and revise the syllabi as per requirements of the society;
- to supervise the teaching in technical institutions;
- to conduct examinations and award Certificates;
- to design new courses and establish them at various Polytechnics to establish and develop liaison with industry;
- to affiliate educational institutions and accord recognition;
- to impart training for the teachers of technical institutions; and
- to design material and make them available to students.
- to prescribe Syllabus for various Technical Courses at Under-Graduate level;And the functions of the Board are
- to advise the Government on the coordinated development of Technical Education in the State at all levels below Under-Graduate level;
- to work in liaison with SRC (Southern Regional Committee) of AICTE,
- formulation of schemes in the State;
- to affiliate or recognize institutions conducting courses below Under-Graduate level and prescribe courses of study for them;
- to inspect institutes periodically and ensure that the standards of the courses and the instructional facilities provided are satisfactory;
- to conduct examinations and award Diploma and Certificates conforming to the minimum standards prescribed by the AICTE; and
- to establish and develop co-operative relationships with industry and commerce.The major areas, which the Board would be required to cover in the functions, are
- Curriculum and Academic Standards
- Inspection and Affiliation
- Liaison with industry
- Growth and Development of Technical Education.