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Delegation of Scholars met Higher Education Minister
KT NEWS SERVICE
JAMMU, Nov 26 : A delegation of Students and Scholars led by Dr.Vikas Sharma, State President NSF, today met Minister for Higher Education Abdul Gani Malik and apprised him about the prevailing scenario in University of Jammu (JU).

Sharma briefed the Minister that there is great resentment among the students and scholars in JU. The delegation requested the minister to initiate an action against the mismanaged B.Ed colleges of Jammu. “As per the reports of the inspection committees, many colleges are running ETT course in the same premise where B.Ed course is being run without the permission of the university. The inspection committees have recommended disaffiliation of some colleges but the Director has yet not initiated any action against these colleges,” he said.

Adding further, the delegation highlighted the issue that the recently selection list of Junior Engineers in the university of Jammu is fake and favoritism has been done to get nears and dears in. Besides having a rich experience of 5 years, the person was left out from the same list. The story does not end here but a person working at Bhaderwah Campus of Jammu University as a programmer was removed from the post and new one taken.

Sharma also demanding action against all the officials indicted by inquiry committee of the university.

Sharma added that students and scholars of the University have been protesting for the last 12 day but, the University administration was yet to decide upon the demands of the students which is not a positive sign and may aggravate the situation further.

The Minister gave a patient hearing to the deputation and seeks the replies pertaining to all the issues from Jammu University authorities at the earliest.

The Minister also assured to take stern action to improve the functioning of the University so that the confidence of all the stakeholders will remain intact in the system.

Those who were in the deputation included Aaksy Sharma Jt Secretary Jursea, Shafqat Malik Sr. Research Scholar The business school, Mohd. Maqeem Ansarii Sr. Research Scholar Urdu, Rahul Sharma Sr. Research Scholar Sanskrit, Narinder Singh Sr. Research Scholar Punjabi, Vijay Kumar, Sunil and others.


News Updated at : Monday, November 26, 2012
 
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