Friday, 20 April 2012

Birds of a feather flock together

NABI chief under scanner for financial irregularities

VARINDER BHATIA Posted: Apr 16, 2012 at 0111 hrs

Chandigarh The Executive Director of National Agri-Food Biotech Institute (NABI), Mohali, Rakesh Tuli is in the dock once again for allegedly having committed financial irregularities. Serious allegations of corruption, maltreatment and harassment have been levelled against Tuli, who took over as director of NABI in 2010. A probe has been ordered by the Union Ministry of Science and Technology. An investigation team questioned Tuli and the scientists and junior research fellows working at NABI, on Thursday. 

Some more information,

Complaint against NBRI director

Complaint against NBRI director for fudging CV

Corrupt CSIR Director Embezzles Public Money 

The same person is in various statutory committees of NIPER and his wife is recruited Medical Officer (gynecologist for approximately 550 male students !!!) at NIPER by officiating Director without advertisement. 

The question remains why? Probably

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"First-rate people hire first-rate people; second-rate people hire third-rate people" - Leo Calvin Rosten.

Published in the blog on 7.10.2011 

Nepotism @NIPER

  1. RTI Document obtained From NIPER
  2. Supreme court Judgment CIVIL APPEAL NO. 1272 OF 2011

Important points
  1. A gynecologist is recruited for approximately 550 male students and 100 female students putting medical need of students in jeopardy.
  2. Officer recruited without advertisement is wife of Officiating director’s friend, thus a clear case of nepotism.
  3. Remuneration paid is Rs 10000 per month for five hour a week which is substantially higher then what is paid to the previous doctor.
  4. Para 19 of the judgment CIVIL APPEAL NO. 1272 OF 2011, “Therefore, it is a settled legal proposition that no person can be appointed even on a temporary or ad hoc basis without inviting applications from all eligible candidates. If any appointment is made by merely inviting names from the Employment Exchange or putting a note on the Notice Board etc. that will not meet the requirement of Articles 14 and 16 of the Constitution. Such a course violates the mandates of Articles 14 and 16 of the Constitution of India as it deprives the candidates who are eligible for the post, from being considered. A person employed in violation of these provisions is not entitled to any relief including salary. For a valid and legal appointment mandatory compliance of the said Constitutional requirement is to be fulfilled. The equality clause enshrined in Article 16 requires that every such appointment be made by an open advertisement as to enable all eligible persons to compete on merit.”
  5. Moreover she was reluctant to show up in need; one-night hostel students consumed Dal with a Rat cooked in it,  she refused to show-up to check up students.

NB:- Adhoc appointments without advertisement are rampent @NIPER 

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