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Difference Between Aided and Unaided Colleges

Aided vs Unaided Colleges

The education sector has changed a lot and as such numerous educational colleges have come up in the recent times. In respect of colleges, one can come across various kinds like government, self-financing, aided and unaided colleges. It is with the advent of globalization that aided and unaided colleges have now dominated the education sector. When talking of aided and unaided colleges, there are many differences between them.

One of the main differences between aided and unaided colleges is with regard to funds. A college that gets aid from the government is termed as aided college whereas a college that does not get any funds or aid from the government is called as unaided college. While aided colleges get support from the government, unaided colleges do not get any support from the government side.

The aided colleges get grants from the government for various purposes like infrastructure development, academic activities.

Another major difference that can be seen between aided and unaided college is in the fee structure. The unaided colleges take heavy fees from the students whereas the aided colleges only take the fees stipulated by the government.

While the government pays the teachers of the aided colleges, it is the management that pays the salary of the unaided college teachers. The teachers in aided colleges are protected whereas the teachers have no protection in unaided colleges.

In terms of autonomy, the unaided colleges have great autonomy when compared to aided colleges. This is because the unaided colleges, unlike the aided ones, do not have any liability. Though private managements run these two sects of colleges, the unaided colleges have more freedom and liberty than the aided colleges.

Summary

1. A college that gets aid from the government is termed as aided college whereas a college that does not get any funds or aid from the government is called as unaided college.

2. The unaided colleges take heavy fees from the students whereas the aided colleges only take the fees stipulated by the government.

3. While the government pays the teachers of the aided colleges, it is the management that pays the salary of the unaided college teachers.

4. The teachers in aided colleges are protected whereas the teachers have no protection in unaided colleges.

5. Though private managements run these two sects of colleges, the unaided colleges have more freedom and liberty than the aided colleges.


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7 Comments

  1. it is a good summary. It easily clarifies the concept of aided colleges and unaided colleges.

  2. I clearly understood the difference.A answer of any questik. Should be like this.thanks

  3. VERY USE FULL…………..

  4. i clearly understood the concept.

  5. I think it is important to clarify in what country (Canada or U.S.) the aided and unaided colleges your description applies to, or if it applies to both.

    I also think it might be important to give examples of what is an “aided/unaided College”. In Canada, and please correct me if I am wrong, and unaided College is simply a “business” that supplies under contract to a customer, the services of “training”, where an “aided College” is also known as a provincial college, established and partially funded by the government where persons attending are students.

  6. I clearly understood the difference between added and Unaided colleges.A answer of any quest Should be like this.
    Thanks.

    Regards,
    Mr.Bharat Goyekar.

  7. It is very clear.

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