The Directorate of Training has de-recognised Bal Bharati Public College, Pitampura, on the grounds of “profiteering and commercialisation of training” by “charging unwarranted/unlawful elevated payment”.
The college can be allowed to finish the 2021-22 tutorial session with recognition, based on an order issued by the Director of Training. As soon as the session ends, all college students can be shifted to close by recognised faculties run by the Youngster Training Society or close by authorities faculties with mother and father’ consent. The college won’t be allowed to carry admissions for the 2022-23 tutorial session. All educating, non-teaching and different workers can be adjusted by the Youngster Training Society in different recognised faculties throughout the NCT. The society will even be the custodian of all data of the varsity.
The non-public, unaided faculty runs on land allotted by the DDA. Situations within the allotment letter embrace looking for approval of the training director earlier than any payment hike. The order notes that the varsity was discovered to be illegally charging elevated charges from 2018-19 and 2019-20 with out the training director’s nod. For the 2020-21 session too, it was charging tuition charges primarily based on the unwarranted elevated payment construction of 2019-20 as a substitute of the 2015-16 construction, the order notes.
The payment hike proposal submitted by the varsity for 2019-20 was evaluated and it was discovered that there was no want for a hike because it has surplus funds of Rs 10,61,62,759 even after assembly all its expenditure.
The college couldn’t be reached for a remark.