The Invoice additionally contradicts the NEP 2020, he mentioned in a letter to Union Schooling Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank.
Pradhan, who had opposed the Invoice and in addition drawn the eye of Pokhriyal to it final month, mentioned the “anomalous” promulgation of the measure has met with near-universal criticism from all quarters of Odisha’s tutorial group.
Amid protests by the opposition BJP and the Congress, the Odisha Meeting on Tuesday handed the Invoice which seeks to abolish senates in universities and restructure syndicates, by amending the legislation governing public varsities within the state.
“The Invoice seeks to strip away the autonomy of upper academic establishments in Odisha by bureaucratising essential facets of the functioning of universities and crippling autonomy with the intent of exercising state authorities’s full dominance,” the senior BJP chief mentioned in his letter.
Its “pernicious provisions” to interchange senates in universities with the state-controlled syndicate and “manipulate the appointment of vice-chancellors” by inducting a government-appointed nominee within the search committees are trigger for grave concern, he mentioned.
The Invoice additionally seeks to “unethically bypass the constitutional scrutiny and debates on the utilisation of public funds by withdrawing the tabling of College Audit Report within the state Meeting”, he mentioned.
“This measure has not solely been known as out for being draconian, regressive and incongruous with larger schooling reforms wherever in India but additionally grossly undermines the essential rules of public accountability,” Pradhan mentioned.
A powerful and unanimous view has emerged that the Invoice shouldn’t have been promulgated with out prior directions of the President as per article 213 of the Structure, Pradhan mentioned.
“Even when the invoice is handed by the Home, it must be reserved for consideration and assent of the President of India underneath Article 254(2) of the Structure,” the minister mentioned.
“Preserving in thoughts the welfare of scholars, scholar, college and workers, the autonomy of upper academic establishments and the general well-being of the upper schooling ecosystem in Odisha and factoring within the blatant inconsistencies of Odisha College Modification Invoice, 2020 with the Structure of India, I search your pressing private intervention in taking mandatory motion to repeal the Invoice,” Pradhan mentioned.
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