M Ravi Kumar (advocate) 05 February 2011
Kanaksinh P.Boda (Educationist/Lawyer) 05 February 2011
There are seperate tribunals purely for the educational institutions, known as school tribunal and university tribunals which are prdominently occupies with the grievances/cases filed by the Unions of teaching and non teaching staff and these tribunals are teethless. There are local girevances committee at Univesity level which are also ineffective to resolve the problems faced by the students and others. Creating any other additional regulatory machanism with no teeth will only increase the burden. The set up of educational institutions funded is so much complicarted that it becomes a tug of war to prove the supremacy between each like, the state, the UGC, NAAC etc. Unless the present machanism is not overhauled and not utilised to the fullest extent of its effeciveness, all the efforts will be futile and frutless. This opinion is based on my 35 years working experience in an aided educational institution and is purly personal.
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