Job rip-off: Punjabi College suspends two staffers, points show-cause notices to 4 others
Patiala, April 22
5 years after Punjabi College began inquiries into 15 alleged scams dedicated throughout the tenure the SAD-BJP authorities, the Syndicate’s selections taken with regard to 6 such issues are out now. The college has determined to droop and situation chargesheets to 2 school members over the hiring on caste-based certificates and has cancelled yearly increments of three staff.
Anomalies in Software program buy
Concerning anomalies within the buy of software program for the examination department, the college has determined to cease annual increment of former Controller Examinations Dr Kanwaljit Singh. An inquiry committee stated the software program was bought regardless of the presence of competent staff for its growth. In case of buy of software program for on-line admissions at Distance Training Division, the college determined to deduct one-month pension of Balbir Singh, former head of the division.
The matter had come to mild after complaints of gross misconduct and misappropriation of college funds in numerous purchases and recruitment of officers had been submitted to the Vice-Chancellor’s workplace by a former scholar.
The college has determined to droop and situation chargesheets to 2 school members — Deepti Bansal and Sumandeep Kaur — after they allegedly did not submit unique Scheduled Caste certificates as demanded in relation to their recruitment.
It has additionally issued show-cause notices to Talwinder Singh, Avtar Singh, Yunis Mohammad and Hemant Kumar demanding paperwork of their proof of revenue on the time of recruitment.
On the problem of alleged sale of a tractor and different valuables, the college has held XEN Manjit Singh liable for it. His annual increment has been quickly cancelled after varied invaluable articles, together with the tractor, had been discovered lacking from the campus. The gadgets had been bought by the XEN’s division.
In his report, inquiry committee member IPS officer (retd) VK Kapoor stated the then XEN, VC and committees fashioned for the aim of sale of things had been liable for the lapses. He stated picket articles and the tractor had been bought in a haste.