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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Nagpur University dynamic administrator 2014

Nagpur University dynamic administrator 2014

Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University has around 825 colleges affiliated with it and over 4 lakh students studying in them. One of the best
universities of its time, which boasts of producing some outstanding alumni including
former Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao, the condition of RTMNU today is pitiable. In an interaction with Lokmat Times, city's students and teachers express their views and give suggestions to upgrade RTMNU. 
Dirty politics, 250 banned colleges, procrastinated convocation ceremony, delayed results, under-valuation and dilly-dallying tactics by administration, Vice Chancellor's resignation due to alleged conspiracy - the once-upon-a-time prestigious Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) is in a mess.
Seeing the degradation of the varsity, the Nagpur bench of Bombay high court had sought to know the reason for not appointing an administrator to take care of RTMNU's state of affairs. When divisional commissioner and acting VC of RTMNU, Anoop Kumar cleared the budget, audit and annual reports in the Senate meeting without any fuss, it became all the more clear that the varsity is in need of a strong decision-maker. Students, who are the worst sufferers in this muddle, are of the view that an efficient administrator rather than a typical academician should take charge of RTMNU.
"The university is on the verge of collapsing and we are in deep trouble. The elected members of Management Council and other bodies have their own vested interests, thus turning a Nelson's eye towards the hardships faced by the students. In this backdrop, we need a skillful and dynamic administrator who has the ability to get work done rather than giving false assurances all the time," said engineering student Shikha Gadgel.
Endorsing her views, commerce student Tanya Buchal said that strict discipline is needed in the university to set everything right. "How ironical it is that students, who should be guided by teachers, are demanding discipline from senior officials and academicians. Can there be anything worse than this?" she asked.
"Employees have lost confidence in the former VC. Now, we need a strong leader who can tame the statutory members of the body. These members have only catered to their private college managements and in the process, have compromised on the quality of education," she added.
Senior lecturer Rajesh Verma pointed out that around eight vice chancellors of different universities of the State are graduates of RTMNU. "The historic university has lost its sheen due to the wrong-doings of some corrupt officials. They have done nothing but brought disgrace to the prestigious university," he added. 

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