Inspector Seeks ‘self-disclosure’ From 4 B.ed Colleges In Palamu | Ranchi News

Daltonganj: The inspector of state universities posted at the Raj Bhavan in Ranchi, Naresh Kumar, on Tuesday sought self-disclosure on fee structure, attendance and a host of other things from the managements of the four Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) colleges, which he inspected the day before, within seven days, sources said.
Jagdamba Singh, the principal of Elite Public B.Ed College in Chiyanki area, which was among the four institutions inspected, said, “The officer wanted to know if excessive fee was collected from the students of the B.Ed courses, and if yes , why?”
The official has sought ‘self-disclosure’ of the salary statements of the faculty members from April 2020, the statements of accounts (not audit report) of the college, the fees collected and salary expenditures, the performance appraisal reports of the past three years from 2020, the students’ records and their attendance, the appointment and joining letters of the faculty members, the scanned copies of faculty members who have cleared NET or hold PhD degrees, the fee structure break-up, among others, he added.
Kamal Chandra Jha, the proctor of the Nilamber Pitamber Universityto which the B.Ed colleges are affiliated, confirmed the visit of the officer but expressed his inability to share details of the inspection of his university.
Many B.Ed colleges here lack faculty members who have cleared NET.
Many of the colleges also pay less salaries to their faculty members, leading to high attrition rate and affecting teaching quality.
Noted physician Dr Rajeshwar Prasad Sinha, who owns several educational institutions, including the B.Ed colleges, said the inspections keep institutions on their toes to be managed according to the prescribed framework and statutes of the state government as well University Grants Commission.


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