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Suspense over fate of 14 Magadh University staff

GAYA: Pataliputra University (PPU), Patna, an offshoot of Bodh Gaya-based Magadh University, is reluctant to accommodate 14 non-teaching employees of the mum or dad university. The 14 non-teaching employees, who had earlier labored in MU’s Patna department, had been allotted PPU as part of the deal between the two universities to accommodate such employees.

The PPU, it can be recalled used to be established on March 18 final year and as consistent with the arrangement, 55% of the just about 450 non-teaching employees of the MU headquarters had been to be shifted to the Patna-based PPU.

Of the 44 constituent and 4 government-funded minority schools beneath undivided MU, 25 constituent and 3 government-funded minority schools located in Patna and Nalanda districts had been tagged with PPU. Altogether 19 constituent and one government-funded minority schools in Gaya, Nawada, Aurangabad Jehanabad and Arwal districts remained with the mum or dad university.

While the PPU academics deputed in MU headquarters in different capacities, including the then registrar Shailesh Kumar, controller of examinations Bimal Singh and Anjum Ashrafi and inspector of faculties had been repatriated in June final year, the apportionment of non-teaching employees may not be finished due to variations between the authorities of the two universities at the modalities.

Initially, PPU authorities wanted to select employees from the MU’s gradation listing. But the MU officers insisted on some structured components for the apportionment of non-teaching employees. Functioning of the PPU has been badly affected as a result of employee crunch. Earlier, MU registrar Col Pranav Kumar stated the university favoured the similar components that used to be adopted all through the MU’s first bifurcation in 1992 when Veer Kunwar Singh University used to be carved out of it.

Asked about the growth made in the apportionment workout between the two universities, Magadh University PRO S N P Deen stated in the first phase, choice used to be given to the employees for relocation to the new university. Altogether 33 employees exercised their options in favour of PPU. They incorporated 14 employees who had been earlier running on the Patna department of the undivided MU.

But PPU officers have declined to simply accept the products and services of the 14 employees at the flooring that those employees had been running on non-sanctioned posts. About the remainder 19 employees who opted for PPU, the MU PRO stated those employees can be relieved after the elections as the fashion code of conduct used to be in power.

According to PPU pro-VC Girish Kumar Chaudhary, the apportionment finished by means of MU used to be not based on the MoU reached between the two universities. Even of the 19 other employees, two had been already in PPU service and as such the effective quantity used to be 17 and not 19, he stated.

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