As many as 178 colleges affiliated to Mumbai University without principals; In front of shocking information from RTI
Mumbai : On the one hand, while the state government is trying to infiltrate the ministers elected by the Vice-Chancellor, on the other hand, the shocking fact has come to light that there are 178 college principals under the University of Mumbai.
It has been revealed that the list of colleges given to RTI activist Anil Galgali includes colleges in charge.
Anil Galgali, an RTI activist, had sought information from the principal of a college under Mumbai University. The College Teacher Recognition Cell of the University of Mumbai provided a 38 page list. A total of 808 colleges are listed in this list, out of which 81 colleges have the post of director instead of principal. Out of 727 colleges, 178 are without principals and information of 23 colleges is not available in the university records.
KJ Somaiya, Thakur Educational Trust, Shaheed Kalani Memorial Trust, Talreja College, Vartak College, Bombay Flying Club College, Ramji Asar College, Gurunanak Vidyak Bhandup, Sheth NKTT College, Jitendra. Colleges like Chauhan College, Manjra College, Rizvi College, Akbar Pirbhoy College, Sanghvi College, Vivekananda College, Vile Parle Kelvani College, Bombay Bunts College, RR Education College, HR College, Anjuman Islam College.
According to Anil Galgali, 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. On what basis did the Minister of Higher and Technical Education and the Vice-Chancellor approve the proposal while approving the new syllabus and how was the new syllabus allowed in such colleges when there were no principals? Isn’t it easy for brokers? Asking such a question, Galgali has demanded a high-level inquiry into the matter.