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AU's report find financial irregularity at ECC

ALLAHABAD: After alleging monetary irregularity at Ewing Christian College, a constituent college of Allahabad University, the college government have found some other misappropriation of price range utilized by college government in appreciate to civil work performed on the college.

As consistent with public relation officer of AU, Chitranjan Kumar, this actual irregularity has been reported on the report inquiry committee constituted through the college government to appear into the monetary irregularities committed through the college management.

“The college management had undertaken civil work at 3 departments of the college within the yr 2017 by which all of the norms and monetary practices laid down underneath monetary rule 2005 and 2017 had been flouted”, said the PRO. Any govt establishment follows the norms, discussed in GFR (normal monetary rule) 2005 and 2017, he added.

“ECC government performed civil work of division of Sanskrit, English and Geography for which a total of Rs 70,92,198 had been spend, bypassing all of the norms that are ideally followed through any establishment”, said the PRO.

He additional knowledgeable that on the civil work performed on the division of Geography, the order for carrying out the work was once given on April 26, 2017 while the agency, which performed the work, has proven that he had finished the work on March 22, 2017. For this the college paid an amount of 18,84,805, which was once wrongly paid, alleged the PRO.

Moreover, the companies, who have both performed the civil work or have applied for the same via quotations, have used precisely the same sentences, a truth which indicates towards some wrongdoing, he said. In addition to this, none of the citation mentions the date of opening the same or signature of any authentic of the college, which in itself an enormous irregularity, said the PRO.

The college have additionally committed gross violation of norms for spending an amount of round 70 lakhs for the purchase of photocopier, projectors and so on.

However, in spite of repeated makes an attempt, neither the officiating major of the college, PS Messay or the former major and her husband, M Messay had been to be had to comment at the allegations, leveled through varsity management.

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