Teaching and non-teaching staff of those Delhi University colleges that are fully funded by the Delhi Government have not received their pending salaries.
The Government sanctioned Rs.21 Crore to pay salaries in those 12 DU colleges. It released an order in which it stated that Aditi Mahavidyalaya will receive around 6.46 crore, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies will receive 5.24 crore and Bhagini Nivedita College will get 7.70 crore.
DELHI GOVERNMENT ‘PATTERN OF ASSISTANCE’
These colleges have to pay the pending salaries to the staff members from this amount. Delhi Government sanctioned this fund according to the ‘Pattern of Assistance’. So, it will provide the fund based on the net deficit which means a deduction of total expenses from total income from all sources.
WHAT IS THE SANCTION ORDER OF DELHI GOVERNMENT?
According to the Sanction Order, DU colleges have to incur the expenses only for GIA, Grant-in-aid. Moreover, they have to complete the targets given by the Directorate.
DELHI UNIVERSITY HAVE ENOUGH FUNDS TO PAY SALARIES
The Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that many DU colleges have enough funds to pay pending salaries to the teachers and non-teaching staff. Still, they are not paying.
DELHI GOVERNMENT IS DRAGGING ITS FEET FROM PAYMENT OF SALARIES
Manish Sisodia said that DU created posts without asking AAP Government and now the varsity is asking for their payment. On the other hand, a member of DUTA said that it is unfortunate that the AAP Government is dragging its feet and employees have to go to Court for salaries. Still, staffers of DDU, KMV, and Maharshi Valmiki College of Education have not received their salaries yet.
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