Teaching and non-teaching staff from Telangana lambasted the government for allegedly giving deficient stipends to Osmania and Kakatiya colleges in the financial backing.
Members of Telangana State Federation of University Teacher’s Associations (TSFUTA) and Telangana Universities Non-Teaching Employees Associations (TUNTEA) affirmed that the piece stipend distributions made in the present plan were deficient for installment of staff pay rates and accordingly colleges couldn’t pay annuities and different duty to the staff.
Improvement of colleges, Osmania University specifically, is a long ways as authorities have exchanged as much as Rs. 14 crore from different heads to pay rates in the most recent two months, the parts charged.
“In the most recent two months, UGC funds to the tune of Rs. 12 crore and around Rs 1.5 crore implied for innovative work objects were redirected to pay staff pay rates. Just to meet staff necessities, OU needs Rs. 331 crore consistently. Be that as it may the present plan designated just Rs. 170 crore,” guaranteed Battu Satyanarayana, administrator TSFUTA.
Representatives of six Telangana colleges, who were available at a get-together composed on Saturday, chose to hold a ‘dark emblem’ challenge on November 11, took after by a dharna on November 13 to voice their grouse. “Taking after the dark marker dissent, a ‘maha dharna’ will be composed where representatives would sit outside authoritative structures and interest for increment in gifts,” Mr. Satyanarayana said.
TSFUTA and TUNTEA additionally requested installment of UGC and annuity unpaid debts, regularization of time-scale workers, and arrangement of Vice-Chancellors in colleges where as of now in-charges have been named.