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Over 300 APs staying against others' posts
Admin fails to remove illegally staying APs from city colleges
9/24/2018 10:40:16 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 24: The state administration has failed to make any change in functioning of Higher Education department, where over 300 'blue-eyed' Assistant Professors (APs) have been staying illegally in various city colleges.
The illegal stay of these APs has led to blocking of salary of equal number of APs for the last over six months, but the department has been showing reluctance to remove them.
According to sources, the department had transferred over 300 APs from various peripheral colleges and posted them in various city colleges. "The Higher Education department had prepared a list of overstaying APs in city colleges and was about to issue an order, but in the meantime the influential lobby of overstaying APs of city colleges approached the authorities and got the order stayed", sources said, adding that the influential APs once again got their transfers stayed.
The department had already posted over 300 APs to city colleges to get the salaries of newly posted APs released either from the main pool of posts or against the posts of other subjects.
"Later, the Finance department issued an order restricting the department from releasing salary of APs from main pool of posts. The salary of the APs would only be released against the regular posts, but on these posts already influential 'blue-eyed' APs have been staying", sources said, adding that APs were hoping that in the Governor's rule the overstaying influential APs would be transferred but they were still enjoying the posts.
Sources further disclosed that over 300 APs, who were transferred as per the schedule have been denied salary since March 2018, while the influential APs have been overstaying for the last over 10-15 years and have been getting regular salary.
"It is beyond comprehension as why in Governor's rule influential APs have been ruling roost and running the transfer industry as per their whims and fancies", sources alleged.
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