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283 Applicants For Vice-Chancellor Post In Odisha State Run Universities

The state higher education department has gotten upwards of 283 applicants for the post of vice-chancellor (VC) at six state-run universities including Utkal University and Rama Devi in Bhubaneswar.

According to government information, the most noteworthy number of applications 51 — have been gotten for the vice-chancellor’s situation at Gangadhar Meher University, Sambalpur, trailed by 50 applications each for Fakir Mohan University Balasore and Khallikote University, Berhampur.

The department has additionally gotten 45 applications for the V-C’s post at Rama Devi Women’s University, 44 for Utkal University and 43 for North Orissa University, Baripada.

“We have gotten the applications and have just begun shortlisting the competitors. Around 29 applicants have been dismissed since they were not in the correct arrangement. Further rules will be investigated and the names of the shortlisted competitors will be given to the determination advisory group soon,” a senior higher education department official said.

Prior, the higher education department, in the wake of starting the enrollment procedure for the vice-chancellor’s situation at the six state-run universities, had in June broadened the residency of the current VCs because of the continuous coronavirus pandemic. The residency was stretched out by a unique request gave by senator Ganeshi Lal.

The VCs whose residencies were stretched out for a quarter of a year was Soumendra Mohan Patnaik of Utkal, Amrendra Narayan Misra of Khallikote University, Padmaja Mishra of Rama Devi Women’s University, Atanu Kumar Pati of GM University, Madhumita Das of FM University and Pradeep Kumar Chand of North Orissa University.

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