JU registrar’s appointment ‘unlawful’: College, officers write to Guv

Jammu, Sep 29: The college contributors and officers of College of Jammu (JU) have
written to Governor Satya Friend Malik opposing the new choice of appointing
Prof. R. Ok. Ganjoo as the college’s Registrar.

On Friday, Prof. Ganjoo was once given the
rate of Registrarship of College of Jammu.

In a letter written to Governor Malik an afternoon
later, the college contributors and officers of the college have claimed that
Prof. Ganjoo was once “ineligible” for the submit.


“The Date of beginning of Prof.R. Ok. Ganjoo is
11.4.1959 and retirement age of officials within the College of Jammu is 60
years. He’s as such ineligible to carry any substantive administrative place
within the College,” reads the letter, a duplicate of which was once accessed by way of The
Kashmir Observe.

The letter provides that Prof Ganjoohas been
declared “ineligible by way of the Committee constituted to decide the eligibility
of applicants making use of for the location of Registrar/Controller/DCD at the
foundation of his age which is on show at the College web site.”

The order, the letter provides, has “generated
surprise waves some of the instructing fraternity and officer cadre of the College
no longer best as a result of this order being in contravention of the statutes but additionally
because of the type of destructive popularity that Prof. Ganjoo carries.”

He, the college and officers allege, is the
best trainer of the College whose club of the Jammu college trainer
affiliation has been terminated.

“There are innumerable verbal and written
lawsuits of his misbehaviour pending in opposition to him with reference to shedding
mood, shouting, throwing information at other people, banging tables the usage of abusive
language and abusive frame language in legit conferences and no longer even sparing
girl colleagues,” reads the letter.

It additional says that Prof. Ganjoo’s
appointment in a “odd and clandestine means is a part of the conspiracy
hatched to present him the rate of Registrar at a crucial juncture when the
College is within the means of spending Rs. 100 crores below RUSA grants.”

“It isn’t surprising that the officials
dealing with this grant in more than a few capacities were modified again and again within the
previous few months and exterior engineers and advisors are being introduced in to
spend this cash and ignoring the College works division,” it reads.

It additional says that the AR promotion
controversy was once the “brainchild of Prof. Ganjoo who sought after to garner the
beef up of the few officials in lieu in their undue promotions.”

“So a conspiracy was once hatched by which those
officials went on protest depart and Prof. Ganjoo was once appointed as a negotiator
who entered into an unholy pact with those ARs and mentioned he needed to be the
Registrar of the College to get them the comfort that they had been in the hunt for,”
reads the letter. 

“Pertinent to say right here that there’s a
profession development scheme of the College licensed by way of the UGC/MHRD. Then again
those few officials had been in the hunt for leisure of eligibility prerequisites below this
scheme and the topic was once positioned within the 82nd College Council assembly and
then in 83rd College Council assembly and in any case referred to the Monetary
Marketing consultant who vide letter no. FA/UNI/Adoption/Pay scale/JU/ 2017/343 dt:
30.7.2018 instructed the College that there will have to be no deviation from the
Occupation Development Scheme as up to date by way of the MHRD dated 2.1.2017 and orders if
any issued in contravention of the scheme will have to be processed to be changed,”
the letter provides.

“In view of the above details, it’s
asked that preserving the passion, sanctity and just right symbol of the college,
the instructions be issued to the College to withdraw the order of appointment
of Prof. Ganjoo and an enquiry be ordered by way of an expert as deemed are compatible to appear
into the style of appointment and intent of such an order by way of the College,”
the letter concludes. 

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