12 Du Colleges To Submit Docus After Allegations | Delhi News – Times of India

12 Du Colleges To Submit Docus After Allegations | Delhi News - Times of India

New Delhi: Formed by the Committee University of DelhiThe Executive Council will investigate the allegations leveled against the 12 by Education Minister Atashi. College A fund meeting was held by the Delhi government on Tuesday.
Principals of these colleges were called for the meeting. The committee has sought documents from the colleges regarding approval of posts and utilization of funds.
The Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) submitted a representation to the committee strongly objecting to these allegations.
On December 1, Atashi wrote to Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan highlighting irregularities in the functioning of 12 DU colleges. He demanded the central government to either hand over the complete control of these colleges to the state universities or provide full funding.
Rajpal Singh, a member of the committee, said: “After the documents are submitted by the colleges, the committee will file a reply accordingly. As there are allegations of unauthorized appointments, discrepancies in salaries, misappropriation of funds, irregularities in contracts and payments. There were allegations of delay, the principal has been asked to submit the details.
However, the committee was adamant that these colleges could not be disaffiliated from Delhi University.
The teachers’ association termed the allegations as “false, baseless and baseless”. On the allegation of financial irregularities, DUTA said: “Three types of audits are regularly conducted in these colleges since their inception. It has been observed that no such financial irregularities have been reported in these regular audits. Earlier, the then Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had also conducted a special audit of these colleges through a private firm.This is a serious case in which the allegations of unsanctioned appointments of teaching and non-teaching staff were checked. End Balance was used for harassment.
It added that teaching and non-teaching posts were filled up after advertisement. He also said that transferring these colleges to another state university is against the academic interests of the colleges.
Another teachers’ organization affiliated to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) said the university should focus on forming the governing body of these colleges.
“The long-standing convention of extending GBs was passed and distributed selectively. Several letters from concerned Delhi government ministers and representatives of elected teachers on governance issues went unanswered. The panel The same treatment was given to the names of GBs sent on January 28, 2023, even as the names recommended by the Deputy CM were kept and approved by the EC in previous years. A statement issued by AAADTA said depriving GB of these colleges of Delhi government nominees is neither good for legitimacy nor for democratic ethos.
Delhi BJP MLA Vijender Gupta wrote to LGV’s Saxena seeking her intervention, saying that 12 colleges opened during BJP rule in Delhi are likely to be closed.

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