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SHRC Ordered University VC to pay out from his own funds

Updated on Tue, 02 October 2012 at 19:33 IST

The Sikkim Human Rights Commission has recommended the Executive Council to
revoke its order on the basis of lack of evidence against sacked teachers as the EC had earlier terminated the Assistant Professors Rajendra Prasad, Manoranjan Mishra, Shailendra Mishra and Tapas Bain in the University.

It also directed by the commission to VC (Vice Chancellor) to pay compensation out of his own fund and to issue them a experience certificate.

Assistant professors Rajendra Prasad and Manoranjan Mishra were terminated from the service as they protested against the unfair practice.

The commission further said that the Registrar is not authorized to serve show cause notice to teaching faculty and as the Human Rights Commission was also of the view that,"there is no doubt that all these incidents took place at the behest of Lama.

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