Gwalior Education News: EC members sought objection, could not show court order
Gwalior Education News: Gwalior, AboutGyan Representative. In the meeting of the Executive Council of Jiwaji University, on Wednesday, members have given their dissent letter on the recognition of those B.Ed Colleges, whose recognition was canceled by the National Council of Education. Citing the court order, JU wanted to restore the recognition. Members could not show if they asked to present the court order in the meeting. Also, some issues were disagreed saying that no one could be bigger than the Act.
A meeting of the Executive Council was organized through video conferencing at Jeevaji University. In this meeting, it was suggested to include the name of Rector Umesh Holani as a member in the committee formed for the recruitment of Non-Teaching Staff, to which Executive Member Manendra Solanki objected and asked if there is no other name. A college in Ashoknagar was proposed to be shifted to Guna. Protesting the issue, the registrar asked if such a decision had been taken, changed the district of the college. Location may change inside the district, but cannot go to college in another district. Disagreements were given to restore the recognition of B.Ed. Colleges. Executive Council member Manendra Solanki said that the university is not bigger than the Legislative Assembly. The eight officials in the sports department who are on deputation, are they professors or are they considered officers. No one was able to answer about this. Vice Chancellor Prof. Sangita Shukla, Registrar Anand Mishra, Rector Umesh Holani, Working Council Members Manendra Solanki, Anoop Agarwal, Additional Director Higher Education MR Kaushal etc. were present in the meeting.
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