UGC directive to varsity profs
ALLAHABAD UNIVERSITY?S Chief Public Information Officer Prof Amrendra Singh said, on Saturday, the UGC vide its letter (DO No. FI/2006 (As-I) Misc) dated May 23, 2006 has urgently requisitioned the area of specialisation, mobile number, fax number and e-mail address of all the professors working in various departments of the university.india Updated: Jun 04, 2006 10:39 IST
ALLAHABAD UNIVERSITY’S Chief Public Information Officer Prof Amrendra Singh said, on Saturday, the UGC vide its letter (DO No. FI/2006 (As-I) Misc) dated May 23, 2006 has urgently requisitioned the area of specialisation, mobile number, fax number and e-mail address of all the professors working in various departments of the university.
He said all the professors of the AU were being requested to furnish the required details to the office of Public Relation Officer in the Economics Department latest by June 15, 2006 on any working day. The UGC letter had asked the university to accord top priority to this matter and to furnish the information at the earliest, he added.
MBA admission 2006 forms may be obtained from MONIRBA counter from 11 am to 2 pm on all working days. Alternatively, forms can also be downloaded from the AU website: www.monirba.com. Last date of sale and submission of forms is June 20, 2006.
Protest against shifting of vacanciesIrritated over the decision to shift the vacancies of Lower Subordinate from Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) to Subordinate Service Commission (SSC) Lucknow, students submitted a memorandum to District Magistrate Amrit Abhijat here on Saturday. Allahabad University student leader Abhishek Shukla led students in their protest against the decision.
The students have demanded to conduct the UDA/LDA examinations through UPPSC and dissolve the SSC. Shukla said irregularities had been reported in the SSC during the examinations conducted in the past.
Meanwhile Pratiyogi Chatra Morcha also staged a demonstration at the residence of Commissioner Allahabad Division Dr Lalit Verma and submitted a memorandum against the transfer of Lower Subordinate post from UPPSC to SSC Lucknow.
Meanwhile, AU student union president Ajit Yadav demanded recruitment of third and fourth grade employees against vacant positions.
Strike at ADC affects admission seekers.
The strike of non-teaching employees of the Allahabad Degree College (ADC) has been allegedly creating problems for visiting students and guardians. The public information system has failed and hundreds of visitors coming for inquiry regarding admissions return without any information.
The admission procedures have begun in most of the constituent colleges of the AU but no initiative has been taken by ADC. The students have been coming from rural and remote areas and they are the real victims as they are suffering financial loss and mental harassment after they are turned back.
First Published: Jun 04, 2006 10:39 IST