GUWAHATI, Sept 25: Alleging that the State as well as corporate-run educational institutions are equally putting thousands of B. Ed degree aspirants into a great uncertainty, the Brihattar Asomiya Yuva Mancha (BAYM) in a release on Tuesday asked Dispur to establish at least 50 nos of government B. Ed colleges in the State at the earliest. Referring to a list released by the Gauhati University (GU) on August 5, the BAYM said that the total number of B. Ed colleges in the State under GU is 37 in which the total intake capacity was shown as 3,450. Contrary, the total intake capacity was determined as 650 by the State. On the other hand, referring to another list of the GU which was released on August 10, the BAYM further revealed that the total nos of seats were shown as 2988. Astonishingly, this time the State government has further reduced the total nos of seats to 188. Under this given situation, the BAYM questioned, “This year only 188 students will get the opportunity to enroll into B.Ed course in different government colleges. Where will these remaining 2,800 aspirants go?” The BAYM lamented that all the aspirants cannot afford to pursue B.Ed course in the corporate-run institutions as it involve lakhs of rupees as course fee.