Manish Sisodia Orders Review Into Records Of Delhi University College
On Wednesday, Manish Sisodia, Deputy CM asked the Directorate of Higher Education to review the last two years’ records of Delhi-government subsidized Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC). He concludes with this decision after several complaints of financial irregularities he received against the principal.
He received several complaints from different stakeholders such as teachers, students, parents, etc. These affirm monetary anomalies in offering forms, recruiting of a vehicle for the principal, purchasing of pointless things not required in an educational organization, and many more complaints.
Manish Sisodia communicates with the Secretary Higher Education that the last two years’ account details should immediately be submitted by the Directorate of Higher Education, ideally by a CAG impanelled examiner.
Secretary Higher Education, Manisha Saxena, said she had not yet gotten any letter, however, included that the office had asked 12 colleges supported by Delhi government for pay bills and enrollment subtleties prior.
Charu Sharma, BNC principal when called said that she is shocked to know all this and she has no idea about this. A year ago, in April, She just took over as principal. Since the most recent one year, they have seen an expansion in academic seminars and understudy exercises. The school ought to be known for that instead of this.
Pavan Sharma, BNC governing body chairman claimed that he had likewise gotten objections against the principal yet didn’t reveal subtleties. Inquired as to whether the GB accepted a call to test the objections. Pavan Sharma told that the keep going gathering on June 9 finished in a walkout by certain individuals, so the case was not brought up.
This isn’t the first run through the principal of BNC has confronted claims of money related and regulatory anomalies. Purbi Saikia, Previous head had confronted charges of abnormalities in bribery, harassment of staff, faculty appointment, misuse of staff car, following which the College GB had suspended her.