University of Mumbai | There are no principals in 178 colleges of Mumbai University, information obtained from RTI

University of Mumbai | There are no principals in 178 colleges of Mumbai University, information obtained from RTI

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-Anand Mishra

Mumbai : On the one hand, the state government is trying to infiltrate the ministers elected by the Vice-Chancellor, while on the other hand, there is a shocking fact that there are no principals in the 178 colleges under the University of Mumbai. In the list of colleges given to RTI activist Anil Galgali, it has been found that full time principals are running colleges without trusting the in-charges.

The shocking information that the Mumbai University administration has no information about the status of the principals of 23 colleges has come to light in the RTI reply.

There are 808 colleges affiliated to Mumbai University

Anil Galgali, an RTI activist, had sought information from the principals of colleges under the jurisdiction of Mumbai University. The College Teacher Recognition Cell of Mumbai University has given a 38 page list. There are a total of 808 colleges in this list, out of which 81 colleges have directors instead of principals. Of the 727 colleges, 178 are without principals, while information on 23 colleges is not available on university records.

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Colleges in which important posts like Principal are vacant or in the hands of in-charge are: KJ Somaiya, Thakur Educational Trust, Shaheed Kalani Memorial Trust, Talreja College, Vartak College, Bombay Flying Club College, Ramji Asar College, Guru Nanak Vidya Bhandup, Sheth NKTT College, Jitendra. Chauhan College, Manjra College, Rizvi College, Akbar Pirbhoy College, Sanghvi College, Vivekananda College, Vile Parle Kelvani College, Bombay Bunts College, RR Education College, Islamabad College, H.P.

It is the moral responsibility of the Minister of Higher and Technical Education and the Vice Chancellor of Mumbai University to take action against such colleges. The basis on which they approved the proposal while accepting the new curriculum and how a new curriculum can be allowed in such a college without a principal is a matter of investigation. Isn’t it infiltration of brokers?

-Anil Galgali, RTI activist

It seems that the management of every college should have regular principals, but the process of appointing principals in colleges is so complicated and lengthy that it takes one and a half to two years. For this, an all India advertisement has to be taken out and NOC has to be taken for the draft of that advertisement. How many rounds do colleges have to go through to get NOC? If the colleges do not get the NOC in time, it will be considered as deemed NOC. It’s time to dump her and move on.

-Doctor. Rajendra Singh, Educationist and President, Ramniranjan Jhunjhunwala College, Ghatkopar

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