Hyderabad: Allotment of IAS officers to Telangana and Andhra Pradesh has by and by put top colleges of Telangana in an unstable position.
TS Education division secretary Vikas Raj has been designated to AP and is to show up for the administration instantly, yet despite everything he remains the bad habit chancellor of Osmania and Kakatiya Universities.
Prior too, authorities who had temporarily been designated to AP government formally had proceeded as heads of TS colleges while not reporting for obligations. Then again, sources said that the administration would constitute the quest council for choice of bad habit chancellors of the seven colleges in the state by one week from now and the procedure would be finished soon.
The Department of Personnel and Training (Dopt) has put out the last rundown of IAS, IPS and IFS officers assigned to TS and AP. Authorities need to report promptly to their allocated state government however can swap their posting with an alternate official of the same evaluation pay. They need to do this inside 15 days and the whole practice will must be finished inside 45 days.
In any case, in Vikas Raj’s case, no official request has been given so far by the TS government, designating an alternate official as the in-control bad habit chancellor of the two state colleges, which are two of the greatest and most essential colleges of the state.
Prior, IAS officer K. Sunitha was temporarily apportioned to AP yet was formally still the bad habit chancellor of the Mahatma Gandhi University. The circumstances had proceeded for a few days till an alternate authority was selected to the post. Osmania and Kakatiya Universities are presently in a quandary over the issue. “The administration needs to promptly name somebody as in-control bad habit chancellor to the two state colleges. As it is we don’t have a general head for a long time. Presently all work will be stalled. A college ought to have a bad habit chancellor at all times,” a senior official of Osmania University said.