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“The governor made the correct decision”;VD Satheesan responds to the appointment of Priya Varghese

The Governor allegedly used his power to prevent Kannur University’s attempt to make unconstitutional appointments, according to opposition leader VD Satheesan. The opposition leader also sought an investigation into all of Kerala’s universities’ recent six-year relative appointments. Justice was brazenly withheld from deserving individuals. For the previous six years, the same thing has occurred. The governor ought to examine and revoke all such family appointments.

Relatives of CPM leaders are only permitted to hold teaching positions in universities. The instructor, who has 25 years of expertise in the classroom and has written more than 100 research articles, received a score of 651. However, the appointee’s score is 156. The appointment was reversed by awarding 32 points to the applicant who received a score of 156 in the interview and 30 points to the applicant who received a score of 651.

Without giving people with doctorates and teaching experience a chance, the government appoints those who are not competent. The University Amendment Bill for the Appointment of Teachers is being attempted to be introduced in the Assembly. The government’s goal is to install vice chancellors of their choosing and to appoint teachers in an improper manner. The Governor, who serves as Chancellor, the Senate, and members of the UGC make up the research committee at the moment. It includes the chairman of the Higher Education Council as well as the government representative.

The Governor will then only be recommended the name of the candidate who receives the most votes. Through this, the government is able to appoint its preferred candidates while excluding the deserving. VCs selected in this manner will appear before the government as slaves. According to Satheesan, that is what took place at Kannur University.

The Governor will then only be recommended the name of the candidate who receives the most votes. Through this, the government is able to appoint its preferred candidates while excluding the deserving. VCs selected in this manner will appear before the government as slaves. According to Satheesan, that is what took place at Kannur University.

He declared that he will file a lawsuit to correct the injustice caused by the Governor’s decision to revoke the appointment. In that circumstance, UDF will also pursue legal action. Such legal transgressions shouldn’t occur in Kerala once again. Recruitment frauds like the one that occurred at Kerala University are no longer occurring because the UDF government delegated the appointment of non-teaching employees to the PSC. Therefore, the government should be prepared to delegate the PSC’s authority over the appointment of university faculty.

According to the legislation established by the Legislature, the Governor has the authority to revoke illegitimate appointments. The opposition will be against the governor’s illegal actions. The appointment of the Kannur VC by the governor and the letter that the minister sent are both unlawful, according to the opposition. Later, the governor also concurred. In the event that the appointment was determined to be unlawful, the governor was not prepared to fire the VC. The government is not allowed to act unfairly or criticise the BJP and the Centre. The Governor had the right to revoke the appointment. The governor, according to Satheesan, has now made the right decision.

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