Wednesday, 11 November 2015
“Is it not a Violation of Human Rights if Educators Encounter Financial Hardships and Depression due to Non-Payment of Salary by Private Educational Institutions in Hyderabad?” ―Professor M.S.Rao
“If it can be destroyed by the truth, it deserves to be destroyed by the truth.” ― Carl Sagan, astronomer and author
Is it not cheating when the owner a private educational institution doesn’t pay salary to a professor for more than three months? Is it not cheating by transferring the professor from one educational institution to another institution within his educational group by the owner just before the JNTU inspection to show it on records that a PhD holder is working? Is it not cheating by not giving the relieving order and service certificate to the professor after giving one month notice to leave from service on administrative grounds? Is it not a violation of human rights when teachers and educators are cheated by private educational institutions in India?
Irregularities in Private Engineering Colleges in Hyderabad
Some of the educational institutions in Hyderabad are run by rogues and criminals who don’t pay salaries of the last month to the leaving employees. There are rogues who don’t pay salaries for more than three months and terminate the services of educators. It has become like a ‘use and throw’ philosophy in these erring educational institutions. It is highly deplorable to note that these rogues don’t give relieving letter and service certificate to the leaving employees. They don’t allow the employees to continue their services also. These rogues stop paying salaries to their serving employees on flimsy grounds. They are so sadistic that they want the intellectuals, educators and employees to stand in front of them with begging bows to receive their salaries. They enjoy when intellectuals stand in front of them for begging salaries. Very sadistic indeed! Is there no one to check such sadistic activities?
When colleges are fraud and owners are cheats how can the students have better education? When they cheat their faculty by not giving salary for months how can the best faculty join these private colleges? At times, the officials in the affiliated universities bend in front of these rogues for freebies. If these officials were strong, the owners of these colleges would not have had any scope to cheat their faculty and students.
The fate of educators and intellectuals is very pathetic in private pharmacy, medical and engineering colleges in the state of Telangana and especially in Hyderabad. When the aggrieved employees approach the registrar, vice-chancellor and grievance cell of the affiliated universities, the response is lukewarm. We need to check such irregularities in private colleges to create a healthy ambience for educators and students to achieve excellence in education.
The registrar, vice-chancellor and grievance cell of the affiliated universities must not remain as mute spectators to corruption and irregularities in these colleges. They must intervene to check such irregularities to ensure the sanctity of educational institutions. Additionally, The Andhra Pradesh Human Rights Commission must treat such grievances as violation of human rights because the family of the person suffers due to non-payment of salary from the owners of these erring educational institutions. The social media, press, right thinking citizens must come forward to check such irregularities and teach lesson to rogues and criminals who run educational institutions in the name of entrepreneurs.
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. They level fictitious cases to get rid of the faculty who are honest and straightforward. They pay huge donations to political parties during elections to keep the latter in good humor. To conclude, coordinated approach from all stakeholders is essential to check irregularities and corruption to ensure sanctity to educational institutions.
“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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