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NUTA clarifies on revocation of suspensions
Published on 2 Apr. 2010 12:56 AM IST
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Responding to the Deputy Registrar’s release, the Central Executive Council, Nagaland University Teacher’s Association (NUTA) asserted that it stood by its earlier statement that revocation of suspension on three NUTA officials was made after the intervention of the MHRD and visitor of the NU.
NUTA in a press note, stated that the seven member NUTA delegation were witness to the telephonic instruction when the ministry of HRD categorically told Prof.K.Kannan that Central Civil Service Conduct Rules were not applicable for suspension of University teachers in the country on such grounds.
NUTA said Prof.Kannan was also warned that he was not only embarrassing himself but the Ministry, by committing “illegal action” and that university teachers cannot be classified under government servants.
The CEC,NUTA note also said Prof. Kannan was directed to “immediately” fax the letters from the seven Executive Council Members who had disapproved his suspension on the three teachers. It also said assurance for revocation was given to the delegation after they had submitted a memorandum and deadline and later forwarded to the Visitor on March 21
NUTA also alleged that an Inquiry Authority was constituted by Prof Kannan with Dr. D. P. Sharma, Dean SASRD, who was responsible for supporting VC’s action in the the “highly illegal” suspension of three teachers.

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