ex-leaves VC's approved provoke dispute

MSU has postponed all of the university workers leave as a result of the expected visit by the expected visit by the peer team from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council . The university also announced that it would submit a proposal to the state government to fill up 260 positions of non-teaching staff members on a permanent basis .

Vadodara: On Friday, a syndicate member said he called a walk out from a syndicate meeting on the grounds that MS University vice-chancellor (VC) professor Vijaykumar Srivastava did not respond satisfactorily to his question about leaves handed to former VC Parimal Vyas.It is worth mentioning here that all of the university workers' leave has been postponed as a result of the expected visit by the peer team from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).The National Academy of Colleges and Doctors (NAAC) is the state-owned body that administers and acknowledges colleges around the world.From August 25 to August 27, the NAACs peer team will travel to MSU.

The new VC has granted leave to Vyas, overruling the views of the dean and vice-dean of commerce faculty.According to Vaghela, I did not get a proper explanation.Srivastava, according to sources, preferred to concentrate on leavings stipend to Vyas, and that syndicate members should focus on initiatives to improve MSU's standing ahead of peer teams visiting.Vyas had already applied for voluntary retirement just a few months earlier, according to he was rumored to have informed Vaghela.

The university will also contact the state government for another 538 jobs, while the decision on the salary hike for non-teaching staff members will be taken next week based on a survey made by a committee.