Members of the Karnataka Unaided Private Engineering Colleges Association (KUPECA) are meeting on Thursday evening to discuss fixing fees and seats for undergraduate engineering courses.
M K Panduranga Shetty, secretary, KUPECA, said, “We will communicate the discussion held in Tuesday’s meeting.” The meeting assumes significance as Tuesday’s meeting between the government representatives and KUPECA members to end the CET 2014 had failed. Private college managements have turned down the proposal over fixing fees and seats for UG engineering courses.
“If the members are not ready to sign the agreement we will ask the government to go with the recent high court order. And if they issue ordinance we will question it in the court,” he said.