Another example of JU’s double standard behaviour
Jammu, October 23: There is nothing new about the news of Jammu University adopting double standards for its favourite candidates. In recent similar incident, a student leader has been given relaxation from an undergoing regular Patwar training to pursue his M Phil course while the similar request has been turned by some scholars who were recently selected as Government teachers.
As per sources, the agenda of today’s scheduled meeting of Jammu University Council includes providing one time relaxation to a student leader. This student leader has managed his regular attendance in JU as M Phil scholar while he was undergoing nine-month Patwar training.
This is a clear matter of adopting double standards by Jammu University as the proposal for relaxation to this student leader was turned down by Council earlier. The proposal was made by some some M Phil scholars, who were selected as Government teachers. These scholars were scheduled to complete the number of their mandatory attendance in a couple of days, but they had to leave the University for submitting their joining report as teacher within given period. But the council clearly rejected their plea.
Also, the similar request was also made by this student in the last council meeting after which the Governor of Jammu University Council has told the university to fix responsibility in that case besides taking stern action against the guilty persons, sources said that godfathers of this student managed to shield him.
The inquiry committee constituted on the direction of Governor found the student leader as well as his guide guilty and recommended to cancel his M Phil. But the report was rejected in the meeting of deans with a recommendation once again to give one time relaxation to the accused student. Reportedly, this all was managed by alleged godfather of this student leader, who was present in the meeting of Deans
On the direction of Governor, an inquiry committee was constituted and the student leader as well as his guide was held guilty with a recommendation to cancel his M Phil. However, this inquiry report had been rejected in the meeting of Deans with a recommendation once again to give one time relaxation to the accused student. All this was managed by alleged godfather of this student leader, who was present in the meeting of Deans, sources said.
However, all eyes are set on tomorrow’s Council meeting and it is speculated that the Government may take some hard decision on this double standards of the university.