National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra Teachers Association (NITKTA) resolved that they would continue their agitation in front of the director's office demanding immediate suspension of the institute's security officer, in view of his laxity in following up on an attack on Prof SS Rattan at his residence on campus about three months back, at a meeting on Tuesday.
The accused has not been identified and arrested yet. Other demands in their charter which was released by NITKTA president Vikas Chaudhary on Tuesday included a complete road map and action plan for campus security and a high-level inquiry into the White Paper released by NITKTA recently.
The association also demanded installation of air conditioners in the faculty offices, date-bound resolution of payment of anomalies and release of cadre-wise seniority in the faculty list.
It also demanded a notification regarding OPEN versus CAS adjustment and mapping in four-tier structure across all faculty cadres. It also demanded immediate implementation of cashless health insurance scheme.
NITKTA further demanded payment of arrears of the telephone allowance, house allotment rules to be restored as per past practice and immediate withdrawal of the code of conduct.