Thursday, 5 November 2015

“Derecognize Private Pharmacy, Medical and Engineering Colleges in Telangana State for Cheating Faculty and Filing Wrong Cases” ―Professor M.S.Rao

“A man of courage never needs weapons, but he may need bail.” ―Lewis Mumford, writer and philosopher

Some of the private pharmacy, medical and engineering colleges in Telangana State don’t pay salaries on time to their faculty. They deliberately delay paying salaries to them to utilize their cash for other commercial activities or to set up new educational institutions. They often blame the government for the delay in receiving fee reimbursement, or their affiliated universities or their students. Some of these colleges don’t pay salary at all to their faculty who leave these fraud colleges to avoid torture and financial hardships arising out of delay in receiving the salaries.  These colleges are notorious for showing to AICTE and their affiliated universities that they pay high salaries to their faculty. But they pay less in reality.  For instance, every month these colleges pay salary through their affiliated banks (where the faculty opens their bank accounts) but they collect the differential amount by taking the signatures from their faculty on withdrawal forms. If the faculty members don’t have bank accounts, these notorious colleges deduct the amount from their inflated salary (mentioned in their records to show to AICTE and affiliated universities) from faculty and pay the actual salary.  If the universities check the bank transactions of these fraud colleges, it is clearly evident about the irregularities and malpractices that are happening presently. Any person with average intelligence can identify and understand these irregularities.   These colleges don’t conduct welfare meetings regularly. They are not faculty friendly. When the faculty goes on leave, they deduct from salary although the faculty was entitled to proceed on leave. The university officials are silent as they have close nexus with the owners of these colleges. Some of the university officials take bribes from these colleges regularly. All these malpractices and irregularities adversely affect both the faculty and students.  If faculty questions the management, they are removed from services arbitrarily. Worse, these fraud colleges also file wrong cases to overcome their irregularities to checkmate the leaving employees. Hence, it is essential to cleanse these colleges from corruption and irregularities.

AICTE and the affiliated universities must take stringent action against these erring private colleges in Telangana State. Ensure that these fraud colleges must not get affiliation from universities. If essential, CBI must intervene to check irregularities in these private educational institutions. Some of the institutions are run by mafia and goons who use all kinds of coercion to suppress faculty and employees. The owners of these private colleges pay huge donations to political parties during elections to keep them in good humor. 

Remember, the day corruption enters into Indian Armed Forces and educational institutions, the country will collapse. Hence, AICTE, nodal organizations, affiliated universities, press, patriotic citizens and nonprofit organizations must come forward to cleanse Indian education system and colleges from corruption. Jai Hind!

“If a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel there are three key societal members who can make a difference. They are the father, the mother and the teacher.” ― A.P.J. Abdul Kalam


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  1. a very analytical and thought provoking post.
    regulating bodies must take strict action to keep such rogues behind the bars who cheat faculty and file cases.
    I would like to read more such stories. I am sharing with my connections.

  2. Bold article with thought provoking ideas. Some rogues have converted education into prostitution. It is time to clean the education system in India to keep it free from criminals.