CV Ananda Bose gave strict guidelines to universities

The Governor is the ex officio Chancellor of all the Universities in the State. Based on this, the current governor CV Anand Bose sent a strict directive to the vice-chancellors of all universities in the state on Thursday. Which is not only novel, but also unprecedented, say many in the education sector.

There are basically three things said in that guide. One, if the university undertakes any financial transaction, the approval of the Governor as Acharya must be obtained. This means that any financial transaction will require the prior approval of the Raj Bhavan. Otherwise it cannot be done.

Second, at the end of each week, each university should email the governor to inform them of what was done during the week.

During the Dhankar period, the Higher Education Department made rules that the Acharya-Vice-Chancellor should communicate through them. That is, there was no direct connection. On this day, the Governor said in his instructions that the Vice-Chancellors should not contact him in fear. They can contact directly. Similarly, the Governor will also be in direct contact with the Vice-Chancellor as Acharya.

Trinamool MP Saugata Roy said, 'It is good that the governor is showing interest in universities. It's also good that he wants to exercise some control. But remember, the governor is not an elected representative. This state has an elected government. That government has a higher education department. The governor should not forget that.'

BJP spokesperson Shamik Bhattacharya said, 'The Governor has issued these guidelines in accordance with his constitutional rights. I think this will make financial transactions of universities more transparent.'

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