Panjab University appointment under scanner
Overall, Ranwat had obtained 60.57 marks out of 100 whereas Malhotra had obtained 58.3 marks. If rules were adhered to, the committee could have given her 56.61 marks. Though the Syndicate had approved the appointment in its recently held meeting, the Senate is yet to approve the appointment.
“I had given various representations to the authority, but to no avail. The authorities had committed a gross error while calculating the exact marks of the selected candidate. The authorities had violated the UGC norms,” said Malhotra.
According to the official information, even the self evaluation proforma of the selected candidate is missing from selection committee proceedings being attached to Syndicate agenda.
When one of the selection committee members was contacted, Prof H D Khanna of Banaras Hindu University (BHU), said, “The committee did a selection based on the documents being provided to us. If any discrepancies are found, then an inquiry committee should look into it.”
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