Five DU colleges were recently audited. It has been disclosed in this audit that a security guard was being allotted 40 thousand rupees salary every month here. While in general a guard is only paid 14 to 20 thousand rupees.
The colleges took a budget in the inscription of new teachers, but their attendance inventory was found skipping in the audit. It may be noted that before the audit began, colleges were obstructing the audit.
They also alleged that the Delhi government was not giving them the entire budget. This audit is being done on the declarations of the court.
Deputy CM Manish Sisodia has explained that there have been severe financial irregularities in of Delhi University’s seven colleges. Despite having an abundance amount of crores of rupees, because the earnings of the teachers was deterred by placing them in the FD, so that the state could disprove the government.
Manish Sisodia said that proper legal action is being formulated on the basis of audit article. In the Delhi Secretariat press conference, these colleges of DU violated financial rules and irregularly spent crores of rupees illegally.
Unlawful appointments were made by giving rise to arbitrary posts in the name of teaching and non-teaching employees without collecting permission from the government. Even the attendance list of such people has not been revealed.
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Financial Trash Of 5 DU Colleges In Crores Of Rupees Are:-
Deendayal Upadhyay College – 49.88 crores
Keshav College – 29.84 crores
Shaheed Sukhdev College – 16.52 Crore
Bhagini Nivedita College – 17.23 Crore
Maharishi Valmiki College – 10.64 Crore
Audit stopped even after court order
Sisodia said that out of the colleges in which Delhi government grants, the process of audit of seven colleges was started.
The colleges, instead of cooperating, interrupted the work of the auditors and refused to show the books.
Ultimately, on the declarations of the court, the audit of colleges has seized place. But despite the court declaration, Aditi College and Laxmibai Delhi University College refused to enforce the audit. This shows how black their lentils are.
Sisodia said that audit reports of the five colleges show that despite the substantial amount of these colleges, so the salaries of teachers and staff were withheld by making illegal and unnecessary allegations on the state government.