Delhi College principals on Sunday condemned the town authorities’s directive asking 12 schools absolutely funded by it to pay the salaries of staffers by utilizing the College students’ Society Fund and termed it ”arbitrary and irrational”.
The Delhi College Principals’ Affiliation (DUPA) appealed to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to intervene and be certain that the scholars’ cash within the fund is used for the aim it’s collected.
It additionally urged the chief minister to make sure that the Grant-In-Support for wage and different functions is launched by the town authorities instantly to “mitigate the hardships confronted by the instructing and non-teaching employees of the universities in Delhi”.
DUPA additionally appealed to DU’s Vice Chancellor to take up the matter with the Delhi authorities on the highest stage to get the Grant in Support launched instantly in order that the wage of the employees due for the final six months may be paid.
The Arvind Kejriwal authorities on Friday had directed 12 DU schools absolutely funded by it to pay excellent salaries to staffers from the College students Society Fund.
An emergent assembly of the DUPA Govt was held on Saturday.
“The DUPA is outraged and dismayed with such an irrational, arbitrary and unlawful ”Order/Permission” of the Delhi authorities directing the school administration to exhaust the scholars cash collected over a few years below the College students Society Fund meant for the actions resembling campus placements, talent enhancement, profession counselling and gender sensitisation, and many others,” DUPA mentioned in an announcement mentioned.
The route that grants-in-aid (GIA) for the salaries can be solely launched after College students’ Society Fund is exhausted will utterly cease the actions for capability enhancement, comfortable abilities studying and promotion of cross-cultural understanding among the many college students so crucial for his or her complete character growth, it added.
The federal government has ordered a particular audit of six schools — Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Faculty, Maharishi Valmiki B Ed Faculty, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Aditi Mahavidyalaya, Bhagini Nivedita Faculty and Shaheed Sukhdev Faculty of Enterprise Research.
The DUPA additionally condemned the linkage between the conduct of Particular Audit and launch of Grant-in-aid for wage.
“The audit is a routine affair and already three varieties of audit (Statutory audit, LFA Audit of GNCTD, and CAG) are carried out periodically and there’s no linkage between conduct of audit and launch of Grant-in-aid for wage.
“Due to this fact, the competition that the GIA can be launched solely after completion of particular audit is against the law,” it mentioned.
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