brabu: Take Call On ‘non-existent’ Bed College In 2 Weeks: Hc | Patna News

Patna: The Patna Supreme Court on Friday took officials from the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) and BR Ambedkar University (BRABU) to court for delaying the decision on the recognition and affiliation of the Upendra Sharma Teachers Training College in Telhara Khurd in East Champaran district. The college was found to be “non-existent” in the pleading officer’s investigative report in this case.
The departmental bench of Chief Justice Sanjay Karol and Justice S. Kumar, while hearing a PIL filed by a Vidya Devi, directed the NCTE, BRABU and the State Department of Education authorities to review the entire matter and take “appropriate action in accordance with the law” to seize the next two weeks. The court also noted that an FIR was filed against the management and secretary of said college on April 8, 2021, but the investigation is ongoing.
The court ordered the East Champaran SP to complete the investigation within a month. The college secretary was also ordered to be present before the SP on January 24. This PIL was filed against the order of the BRABU Registrar in Muzaffarpur alleging that the affiliation was granted without verifying its existence.
The court on Jan. 7 appointed attorney Iti Suman as attorney commissioner to conduct a one-off investigation into the college’s existence. The investigative report, which confirmed the allegations as true, was presented to the court on January 18. The next hearing will take place on February 3rd.


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