Lucknow: Governor and Chancellor of Uttar Pradesh, Anandiben Patel held meeting today from Raj Bhavan for Reviewed, Acharya Narendra Dev Agricultural and Technological University, Kumarganj, Ayodhya and Chandrashekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur. During this, she discussed in detail the recruitment of academic staff in the university, starting academic session in universities, disposal of audit objections, time bound distribution of degrees, activities for women upliftment, construction works etc.
While reviewing Acharya Narendra Dev Agriculture and Technology University, the Chancellor said that as soon as possible for the recruitment of vacant educational posts in the university, advertisements should be published according to the prescribed standards for the selection process and the selection process in the published advertisements. Clear information to be mentioned.
Governor Anandiben Patel expressed displeasure over not being able to provide clear details on the vacant posts. While discussing the audit objections, she directed for their time bound disposal and also directed to reduce 130 accounts created for accounting works in the university. She said that unusable accounts should be closed immediately, cash book should be compulsorily filled and balance sheet should also be prepared.
Governor said that the third wave of corona is about to come. At present there is availability of 6 lakh vaccines. From July 1st it will become 10 lakhs, so encourage the universities to get everyone vaccinated. Along with this, the university should get 100% vaccination of all its staff, students and their parents.
Chancellor Anandiben Patel while reviewing the Chandrashekhar Azad Agricultural and Technological University, Kanpur said that the university should promote organic farming and the university should take appropriate measures to increase the income of the dairy. The Chancellor expressed his displeasure over the non-adjustment of endowment given to the employees of the University in a time bound manner and directed that the amount given should be recovered as soon as possible where necessary it should be deducted from the salary of the employee.
She directed the Vice Chancellor to study the financial rules thoroughly and take strict action against the employees who commit financial irregularities.
The Governor, while highlighting the programs of women’s upliftment, directed both the universities that the women’s upliftment centre should not remain as a formal centre. Universities should form women and girl groups of women living in slum, village or urban areas of their area and motivate them for education, health, self-respect, economic self-reliance and eradication of social evils.
Chancellor Anandiben Patel said that a large number of women heads have been elected in the recently held Panchayati elections. Most of them are running self-help groups and train such women by making university programs so that these women can become familiar with the schemes being run by the state and central government. By having them, they will be able to get their benefits to the people in their Gram Sabha.
Governor Anandiben Patel said that it would be appropriate that the university should prepare a group of girl students to give information on various contemporary topics and make them visit various Nari Niketan, Hospital, Old Age Home, Child Protection Home etc. so that they can experience there. and share their experiences with rural women in various programs being conducted by the University. Additional Chief Secretary to the Governor Mahesh Kumar Gupta, Officer on Special Duty Dr. Pankaj Jani, Vice Chancellor and officers of the University were present in the meeting.