The 2019 annual report and the KU’s audit report were also adopted at the meeting on Friday.
The KU PR director, Prof. Brajesh Sawhney, said that a total of 42 topics were discussed at the EC meeting and many important decisions were made.
According to sources, the KU EC has approved the budget of 460 billion rupees for 2020-21 with a deficit of about 106.42 billion rupees. The deficit amount was discussed at the meeting, and the EC discussed paying the loss with a budget of nearly 90 billion rupees from around 100 vacant sanctioned positions at the KU.
An official said: “If the vacancies have to be filled within the next six months, how will the university fill the funding gap? The KU is facing a financial crisis and needs help from the government. In the coming years, the KU’s NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) accreditation will take place, and the university will have to fill the vacancies, and it will not be able to bear the loss for long with a budget for vacancies. ”
The meeting approved the names of experts for promotion and selection committees in a number of departments.
The European Commission approved the extension of Prof. Manjula Chaudhary’s term as dean by one year and approved the appointment of Prof. AC Rana as director of the Institute of Pharmacy by one year.
The EC approved the funding channel for teachers (within the framework of the career advancement program (CAS)) of the Institute for Integrated Studies and Honors as well as the Institute for Teacher Training and Research and the opening of the channel for the funding (within the CAS) of SFS teachers ( Self-financing program) from KU.
The EU also granted permission to run two new courses, from the Government College for Girls, Bastali, Karnal and
KU officials were advised to increase the allowances for Group D employees of the KU in accordance with the guidelines that the state government received at the meeting in accordance with the 7th Wage Commission.
A 5% reservation was also made for the allocation of houses on campus to people with benchmark disabilities on the KU campus, according to the memo from the Secretary of the Department of Social Justice, Haryana.