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KVAFSU scam: Inquiry officer to hold sitting

Gulbarga Regional Commissioner and inquiry officer Rajanish Goyal will hold a sitting at the Karnataka Veterinary Animals and Fishery Sciences University (KVAFSU), which landed in controversy over the appointments of ineligible teachers.

According to sources, the office of the Chancellor of Universities of Karnataka had received complaints against the Vice-Chancellor and other higher officials in the university alleging favouritism and corruption while appointing teachers and giving promotions.

The Governor appointed Goyal as inquiry officer on August 10.

Goyal asked those interested to file complaints if any, against the university authorities. Official sources said that the officer had received more than 30 complaints against V-C Suresh Honnappagol and others.

"A sitting will be held at the university at the end of this month,’’ sources said. The complainants alleged that the V-C had promoted some ineligible associate professors as professors.

This apart, while filling the backlog vacancies, two professors were appointed violating the notification and eligibility criteria. One of the complainants alleged that Jagadish Sanganal and Nagaraj, who are presently employed at the Veterinary College in Bangalore were appointed by the V-C due to vested interests.

The recent appointment of four junior assistant professors on ad-hoc basis has also raised many eyebrows.

These appointments should have been done among senior professors by calling applications in a transparent way and strictly on the basis of seniority, the complainants said.

Source: Express Buzz


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