Amin raises pitch for full-time registrar of Gujarat University
Gujrat University's (GU) senior syndicate member Narhari Amin has criticised the state government for allegedly delaying the appointment of a regular registrar for the varsity. The university was operating with in-charge registrar for the last six years.
Participating in the syndicate meeting held here on Wednesday, Amin said it was "shameful" that no one was willing to work as registrar of the this oldest university of the state because of too much political interference.
Another syndicate member Manish Doshi demanded that the university should insist the K S School of Management to pay its teaching and non-teaching employees as per the recommendations of the sixth pay panel. He also demanded sixth pay panel scale for 167 non-teaching employees of the GU.
The duo also opposed the decision of the university authorities to allow filling up of 50 per cent seats in master of dental surgery courses through management quota. They said private institutes virtually "auctioned" the management quota seats and admitted those who paid the highest amount, ignoring the merit.
They also demanded a probe into the appointment of Saurabh Choksi as principal of J G Commerce College and its approval by the university.
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