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    Published On : Fri, Jul 5th, 2013
    Education | By Nagpur Today samratnt

    BOMBSHELL: Sunil Mishra urges Governor to stall all recruitments in RTMNU urgently

    Sunil Mishra, Head of the Department of Media Studies, Central India Institute of Mass Communication, in a letter to Governor and Chancellor of Maharashtra Unversities K Sankarnarayanan shockingly alleged that the Vice-Chancellor is mopping up huge bounties through his brother Dr Rajiv Sapkal from the applicants by ensuring them guaranteed selections for teaching posts. Mishra said, recently Dr Rajiv Sapkal has been nominated as Chairman of Board of Studies in the Stream of Chemical Engineering in order to facilitate guaranteed selection of applicants to the posts of teachers.

    Nagpur News: In a development of far reaching consequences, Sunil Mishra, Head of the Department of Media Studies, Central India Institute of Mass Communication, in a letter to Governor and Chancellor of Maharashtra Unversities K Sankarnarayanan, has urged him to stall the recruitment process in Nagpur University (Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University RTMNU) Sunil Mishra’s demand is in the light of order passed by Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court on the criminal writ petition No. 443/2012 on March 13, 2013.

    Sunil Mishra had met the Governor on 15-02-2013 and had submitted a memorandum of his demands. Mishra had received a letter from Raj Bhavan under Right to Information (RTI) dated 03-04-2013 over his specific demands. However, no action was taken by the Governor’s office on the basis of order of  the Director General of Maharashtra Police to Sitabuldi Police Station to constitute a Special Investigation Team (SIT). The SIT was formed to investigate V S Sapkal’s misleading the Governor for his appointment as RTMNU’s Vice-Chancellor by means of acquisitions pertaining to gross misrepresentation of the facts and material, and vital suppression of realities by Sapkal.

    The Vice-Chancellor, anticipating mountain of problems by way of SIT investigation, has been in undue hurry to fill up all the posts related to Chemical Engineering Branch through the meeting of Selection Committee. Sapkal’s specific aim is to appoint Vaibhav Rajiv Sapkal, his real nephew and real brother Dr Rajiv Shridhar Sapkal, at the post in Chemical Technology in Laxminarayan Institute of Technology, Mishra contended. Sapkal’s brother Dr Rajiv Sapkal is working as Reader in the Department of Chemical Engineering & Technology, Amravati University.

    Mishra further shockingly alleged that the Vice-Chancellor is mopping up huge bounties through his brother Dr Rajiv Sapkal from the applicants by ensuring them guaranteed selections for teaching posts. Mishra said, recently Dr Rajiv Sapkal has been nominated as Chairman of Board of Studies in the Stream of Chemical Engineering in order to facilitate guaranteed selection of applicants to the posts of teachers.

    Mishra elaborated that the Vice-Chancellor V S Sapkal could not dare to indulge in the shoddy deals without fear, but favour, “without protection and blessings of higher officials in Raj Bhavan itself.” This amounts to encouraging avoidable corrupt practices at the hands the Vice-Chancellor V S Sapkal in the garb of an academician with help of “patronizing and perpetuating actions” on the part of higher officials of Raj Bhavan, Mishra alleged. Mishra went 1000 steps ahead in his crusade and said, “No action worth credence at the end of His Excellency would definitely amount to being a party to the same because it would amount to protecting the corrupt, and patronizing corruption.”

    Mishra, therefore, requested the Governor and Chancellor K Sankarnarayanan to stall all meetings of Selection Committee conducted by the Vice-Chancellor Sapkal during the pendency of completion of investigation by the SIT constituted by the orders of Director General of Maharashtra Police against V S Sapkal. He should be directed to stop recruitment of teaching and non-teaching posts. Further the RTMNU Vice-Chancellor should be ordered to proceed on compulsory leave so that he is not in a position to influence the said probe through his “associates” in the Raj Bhavan.

    Mishra, in a veiled threat, said that in case his demand is not met immediately by the Raj Bhavan, the matter will have to be taken before the competent judicial forum against all including the wrong-doers as the respondents along with Dr V S Sapkal, the Vice-Chancellor of RTMNU.


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