Now, after the High Court order, the appointment of regular teachers has been made mandatory. The 250 colleges would have to first seek NOC from the RTMNU. After the NOC, the RTMNU will send the Selection Committee and in accordance with the Selection Committee, the way for appointment of regular teachers would be cleared.
Nagpur News: The powerful hammer of the High Court has triggered a mad rush by the managements of tainted 250 colleges in order to seek No Objection Certificates from the RTMNU for appointments of regular teachers in their colleges. The Directors of these 250 colleges gathered in the RTMNU office for the very purpose.
It may be recalled, the Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court fews days ago had continued ban on the admissions to First Year student in the 250 colleges black listed for not a single regular teacher and had ordered the appointments within a month. Now, after the High Court order, the appointment of regular teachers has been made mandatory. The 250 colleges would have to first seek NOC from the RTMNU. After the NOC, the RTMNU will send the Selection Committee and in accordance with Selection Committee, the way for appointment of regular teachers would be cleared.
Friday the 27th witnessed managements of several colleges visited the RTMNU Office and waited for hours to seek the NOC from Deputy Registrar. However, the Deputy Registrar could not be available till evening as he was busy with interviews of Post Graduation Department. Some college managements tried to protest the waste of time but called down. However, when the Deputy Registrar was in office, the college managements met him and demanded the NOC immediately and also asked him to declare the dates when the Seclection Committee would be sent to their colleges.
The High Court hammer has certainly pointed out that the stringent actions could correct the wrong in the best possible manner. But, now the ball is in RTMNU court as sending Selection Committee to 250 colleges within one month would be a challenge, and the RTMNU is not known to face challenges. In this situation, the appointment of regular teachers in 250 colleges within one month appears to be difficult mission.