Chief Minister Nitish Kumar greets governor Phagu Chauhan throughout a gathering at Raj Bhavan in Patna on Wednesday
PATNA: Taking cognizance of the allegations of corruption towards L N Mithila College (LNMU) VC and Raj Bhavan officers, chief minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday wrote a letter to governor-cum-chancellor Phagu Chauhan to get the costs inquired into correctly.
The chancellor left for Delhi within the night after a gathering with the CM earlier than appointing the VC of Patliputra College and the pro-VC of Nalanda College.
The CM has reportedly said in his letter that the allegations made by the VC are of great nature and, therefore, there have to be an intensive inquiry into the costs.
Maulana Mazharul Haq Arabic and Persian College (MMHAPU) vice-chancellor Md Qudus had written a letter to each the chancellor in addition to the chief minister on Sunday, levelling severe fees towards his predecessor and LNMU VC Surendra Pratap Singh. By the way, Singh obtained the most effective vice-chancellor’s award from the chancellor on Monday. The award ceremony was, nevertheless, not attended by schooling minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary or every other official of the schooling division.
S P Singh was earlier given extra cost of the Patliputra College VC. He’s additionally the officiating VC of Aryabhatta Data College.
The allegations towards the LNMU VC have been made inside per week of the Particular Vigilance Unit (SVU) raids on the residence and workplace of Magadh College (MU) VC Rajendra Prasad, who has proceeded on a month’s medical depart from Wednesday until December 23, in accordance with a Raj Bhavan notification. MU pro-VC Bibhuti Narayan Singh has been made its officiating VC.
In the meantime, senior teachers have expressed their concern over the costs of corruption levelled towards the vice-chancellors of MU and LNMU, which have vitiated the educational ambiance of the state. The Federation of College Lecturers’ Associations of Bihar working president, Kanhaiya Bahadur Sinha, and common secretary Sanjay Kumar Singh, MLC, mentioned the MU vice-chancellor have to be faraway from the workplace instantly in view of the gross monetary irregularities allegedly dedicated by him. The chancellor mustn’t have granted him medical depart for one month, they mentioned.
Additionally they demanded that the most effective vice-chancellor’s award given to LNMU VC also needs to be taken again as he has additionally been accused of corrupt practices.
Bihar Public Service Fee’s former member Shiv Jatan Thakur, in a public petition despatched to the chancellor and the chief minister, has alleged that in gross violation of the statutory provisions, the vice-chancellors of BRA Bihar, LN Mithila and Magadh universities had been assigned to carry out their duties in two or extra universities concurrently in breach of regulation. Consequently, the restoration of big money to the tune of Rs2 crore from the home of MU VC throughout the vigilance raid epitomizes the malfeasance on a big scale. He demanded an intensive inquiry towards all of the three VCs.
New VC of Patliputra varsity
The chancellor, in session with the CM at Raj Bhavan on Wednesday, appointed R Okay Singh because the VC of Patliputra College and Sanjoy Kumar because the pro-VC of Nalanda Open College earlier than leaving for Delhi. Prof Singh is from electronics and pc engineering division at Bipin Tripathi Kumaon Institute of Expertise, Uttarakhand, whereas Prof Sanjoy is posted at JLN Faculty, Khagaul underneath Patliputra College.