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    Published On : Sat, Mar 1st, 2014
    Education | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    Members may bay for VC’s blood if Academic Council’s decision on 250 colleges is rebuffed

    A meeting of Vidvat Parishad has been convened on March 4 in accordance with the directives of Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court specifically to discuss the crucial issue. Members have clearly drawn the battle lines over the issue of 250 blacklisted colleges and have geared up to take the nagging issue to its logical end.

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    The members of Vidvat Parishad (Academic Council) of RTMNU have clearly drawn the battle lines over the issue of 250 blacklisted colleges and have geared up to take the nagging issue to its logical end. According to members, they will bay for Vice Chancellor Dr Vikas Sapkal’s blood (demand resignation) if he fails to comply with the decision of Vidvat Parishad on the pressing issue of 250 colleges. A meeting of Parishad has been convened on March 4 in accordance with the directives of Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court specifically to discuss the crucial issue.

    REPORT TO BE MADE:

    It may be recalled, the Vidvat Parishad, in its meeting held on January 19, 2014, had conveyed it decision on the 250 blacklisted colleges to Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU). According to the decision, the members had given their recognition to appointment of a regular teacher and other contributory teachers in the 250 colleges. A report too was submitted to the High Court in this regard. The members through the report had informed the Court that no problem exists in the 250 colleges.On the contrary, 160 colleges are being run fraudulently for the past four years. The High Court, after receiving the report of Vidvat Parishad, had asked RTMNU how many colleges have been banned for First Year admissions, what action has been taken by the University, how many regular teachers have been appointed by these colleges and when, the number of students admitted by these colleges etc etc. Previously, the RTMNU authorities had rejected the Vidvat Parishad’s decision in this connection.

    STUDENTS’ INTEREST:

    The RTMNU came under intense attack of Dr Babanrao Taywade for adopting double standards on the issue of students’ interest. “On one hand, the University officials have been raising questions over integrity of the Authority in the name of protecting students’ interests, and on the other hand, not implementing the decision of the Authority taken in the interest of students. The meetings of Vidvat Parishad have so far arrived at decisions regarding rules made for appointment of Post-Graduate teachers, Jumping Issue, blacklisted 250 colleges, issue of BEd colleges etc. But the RTMNU has shown careless attitude in implementing the vital decisions and has not taken a single concrete step in this connection,” Dr Taywade lamented.


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