This isn’t a happy new year for some lecturers of the Delhi College. Round 12 colleges, which get 100% funding from the Delhi authorities don’t have any cash to pay their employees after the federal government stopped the funds in July over a tussle on the names for governing physique with the college administration.
The principals of those faculties have claimed that they’re now pinching their coffers to pay the employees, warning of a deepening disaster if the matter isn’t resolved at the earliest.
By SK Garg, principal of Deen Dayal Upadhaya Faculty in Dwarka, there aren’t any funds with them to pay for lecturers’ salaries, particularly after the surplus from the previous funds have been used to repay within the latest months. He mentioned that although the federal government despatched interim aid in November to pay for December salaries, it was lower than what was required. “The fund was a median of the Could-June-July salaries, which is far lower than the requirement as a result of that doesn’t take into account ad-hoc trainer salaries. Adhoc lecturers are given a lump sum, and final month we needed to complement the federal government funds with our funds to make do,” mentioned Garg.
He defined that the faculty had about Rs four crore from the earlier grants which was along with the Rs 6 crore despatched by the federal government final yr. The school needed to “prepare” for Rs 30-40 lakh to pay the employees. However with that additionally spent, the faculty is in a disaster.
“The non-teaching employees want the cash as a result of they specifically have a hand-to-mouth existence. Even the lecturers have loans and EMIs to repay, and without salaries, it’s turning into troublesome,” he mentioned.
Mamta Sharma, the principal of Aditi Mahavidyalaya, additionally maintained that the faculty should make an “association” if the funds do not are available time. “We’re in discussions with the chairperson, and should do what is important on her route,” she mentioned. To pay for energy and different utilities, she mentioned, the faculty should use others funds to have the ability to proceed to work. “We received some cash earlier as interim aid, however now we’re in a disaster,” she mentioned.