Principals of Delhi University on Sunday condemned the directive of the city government asking for 12 colleges to be fully funded so that the salaries of the employees could be paid using the students’ society fund and called it ”. Described as “arbitrary and irrational”.
The Delhi University Principal Association (DUPA) appealed to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to intervene and ensure that the students’ money in the fund is used for the purpose it has been collected.
It urged the Chief Minister to ensure that Grant-in-Aid for salaries and other purposes were immediately issued by the city government to “reduce the difficulties faced by teaching and non-teaching staff of colleges in Delhi” to be done.
The DUPA also appealed to the Vice Chancellor of DU to take up the matter with the Delhi government at the highest level and get the grant released immediately to pay the salaries of the employees for the last six months.
The Arvind Kejriwal government on Friday directed 12 DU colleges to pay the outstanding salaries to employees from the Students’ Society Fund.
On Saturday, there was a casual meeting of the DUPA Executive.
The DUPA is displeased and frustrated by such irrational, arbitrary and illegal “order / permission” of the Delhi government, directing the college administration that the funds deposited under the Students’ Society Fund for several years are for activities. DUPA said in a statement that campus placement, skill enhancement, career counseling and gender sensitization etc.
The direction for issuing Salary Assistance (GIA) after the expiry of the Students ‘Society Fund will be completely closed only after the termination of the Students’ Society Fund. His extensive personality development, it added.
The government has ordered a special audit of six colleges – Deen Dayal Upadhyay College, Maharishi Valmiki B. Ed College, Keshav College, Aditi College, Bhagini Nivedita College and Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies.
The DUPA also condemned the connection between conducting special audits and issuing grant-in-aid for salaries.
“Audit is a regular relationship and there are already three types of audits (Static Audit, LFA Audit of GNCTD, and CAG) conducted periodically and any relationship between grant and release of grant-in-aid for salaries. Is not.
“Therefore, the dispute to be issued by the GIA only after the completion of the special audit is illegal,” it said.
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