Agra College tells 15 schools to clear dues or face motion


Agra college had not introduced the names of the defaulter schools in March saying that it was within the curiosity of scholars.

Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College (DBRAU), Agra, has requested 15 self-financed schools to clear their dues price Rs 58 lakh in any other case their affiliation will likely be cancelled. In accordance with a report in TOI, these schools haven’t deposited examination charges price Rs 58.80 lakh allegedly collected from college students. The chief council, college’s prime decision-making physique, has given Vice Chancellor Arvind Kumar Dixit the authority to take appropriate motion in opposition to these schools. Apparently, the college had not introduced the names of the defaulter schools in March saying that it was within the curiosity of scholars.

“Closing notices have been issued to fifteen schools to clear their excellent examination payment. If they do not do it within the subsequent seven days, their affiliations will likely be cancelled. College students who’ve taken admission to those schools will likely be transferred to others. An inventory of the 15 defaulter schools transferred to others. An inventory of the 15 defaulter schools has been made accessible on the college’s web site,” college’s public relation officer, GS Sharma, was quoted as saying by TOI.

Earlier, the college had placed on maintain declaration of outcomes of 172 affiliated schools for not depositing examination charges collected for the scholars. These self financed institutes had not deposited payment of greater than Rs 1 lakh every regardless of a number of reminders. Following which the college had made their names public on the official web site. A number of such incidents have been reported prior to now additionally. In 2016, a senior assistant was shot useless after he raised objection over the difficulty and tried to cease the apply.



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