New Delhi, Nov 7: Delhi College has sought main points of all verbal exchange exchanged between principals of 12 faculties totally funded via town authorities and the Director of Upper Training. The motion comes within the wake of accusations made via the Delhi authorities’s Division of Upper Training.
In a letter written to Delhi College Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh, the federal government requested him to do so towards the principals of 12 Delhi government-funded faculties. The dept accused them of “inciting academics” and “creating a hostile education environment” over investment problems. “As a substitute of offering UCs (Utilisation Certificate) on time, adhering to the prerequisites of development of help, managing the accounts correctly, evolving mechanisms for era of inner sources, the principals had been inciting academics and personnel via utterances, making a adversarial tutorial surroundings. The principals of their management function had been main antagonistic essential and embarrassing chants,” the letter learn.
Following the letter, Delhi University’s Assistant Registrar (Colleges) wrote to the principals asking them to provide all communication made with the Director of Higher Education and other officials. Twelve DU colleges are fully funded by the Delhi government and funds have been a bone of contention between the two sides.
In a statement, AAP MLA Atishi, Chairperson, Standing Committee on Education (Delhi Vidhan Sabha), alleged that there is a lack of transparency from colleges. “As per the terms and conditions of the grant, it is necessary for college principals to submit Utilisation Certificates in order to get funds. However, the colleges delay this process in every quarter. On one hand, the colleges do not fulfil the basic process and on the other they turn around and say that the Delhi government is not giving funds. It is beyond comprehension as to why the UCs are delayed and why do the colleges blame the Delhi government when the delay is on their end? “It is paramount to understand the reason behind the lack of transparency in these colleges that they do not want to explain where funds have been utilised. At the same time, it is concerning that the principals, while being party to the delay on the end of the colleges, incite the teachers by spreading lies about the Delhi government not releasing funds,” she stated.
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