Three syndicate members see ‘irregularities’ in Bangalore College


At the very least three syndicate members have alleged irregularities in Bangalore College. 

At a press convention on Thursday, Sudhakara H, M Udaya Kumar and Govindaraju accused the vice-chancellor, Venugopal Okay R, of offering “unlawful” wage safety to a few of the workers from the College Visvesvaraya School of Engineering (UVCE) in violation of the Karnataka State Universities Act. Prof Venugopal is a former principal of the 104-year-old UVCE. 

Dr Sudhakara stated that the college had paid not less than six college members extra than Rs 2 crore to date within the identify of wage safety. “Even at present, the college is illegally paying them lakhs of rupees each month,” he stated. 

Dr Kumar alleged that the college had ready a seniority listing for UVCE professors by disregarding the statues of Bangalore College and the principles laid down by the College Grants Fee and the All India Council for Technical Training. “The vice-chancellor did so regardless of an antagonistic authorized opinion simply to favour a specific individual.” 

The members urged the upper schooling division and the governor to recuperate the salaries paid to the UVCE lecturers. 

One other allegation is that unqualified candidates have been admitted to the PhD programme towards the PhD Rules, 2016. 

Dr Govindaraju stated: “We demand a judicial inquiry into all these points, together with the hiring of visitor college and the filling of backlog posts.” 


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