CPI alleges jobs fraud at Yogi Vemana University

Published: 13th February 2013 11:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th February 2013 11:03 AM   |  A+A-

Vice-chancellor A Ramachandra Reddy and professor M Ramakrishna Reddy of Yogi Vemana University in Kadapa have recruited outsourced staff illegally through an agency, the CPI said in a letter to the Governor and the chief minister.

According to a press release, the letter sent by K Narayana, CPI state secretary, alleges that both the professors flouted the GO 3781 and hired non-teaching staff through Kiran outsourcing agency, after collecting huge bribes.

The bribe amounts were collected from unemployed candidates for posts such as junior assistant, record assistant, computer operator, security personnel and attender, it said.

The letter stated that the university had issued appointments of 56 candidates without entering their names on the muster roll, so as not to be detected by Executive Council of the varsity.

As a result of all this, eligible candidates were deprived of their legitimate jobs, the letter said.

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