Hearing on a petition challenging appointment of CS Nautiyal to the post of Doon University vice-chancellor, the high court has issued a notice to him and also directed the State Government, University Grants Commission and Council of Scientific and Industrial Research to respond in three weeks.
According to the case details, retired lecturer Yagyadatt Sharma had filed a petition in the high court challenging the appointment of Nautiyal to the post of the university vice chancellor. The petitioner has alleged that Nautiyal had secured the post on the basis of wrong facts in his bio-data. It has been contended in the petition that Nautiyal does not have 10 years teaching experience, is not eligible for the post of vice chancellor and that the CSIR had not passed any order in his favour. The committee that had selected Nautiyal for the post itself does not fulfill the regulations, the petitioner has averred. After hearing on the petition, the division bench headed by the chief justice Ramesh Ranganathan issued a notice to the Doon University vice chancellor while also directing the state government, UGC and CSIR to respond within three weeks. The petition will be taken up for hearing next after three weeks.
Wednesday, 27 March 2019 |PNS| Nainital
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