01-05-2015, 07:55 PM
The recent trial of Dr. Salam to issue certificates of studies within five days after the award of the degree of the Senate, as part of the implementation of the right to the Services came a setback following a standoff with employees.
For Dr. Salam to issue certificates of studies in five days (which he denied at a press meeting held at Malappuram with a couple of weeks ago) brought him in direct confrontation with the employees.
"What kind of reform is this? It is stupidly impractical to issue certificates of studies within five days as of the Venice Commission says, "p. Oberoi, Chairman of the University of Calicut Employees Union says. Although the vice Chancellor said he could sign the thousands of certified studies within a few seconds by pressing a button, he had to yield to pressure undertaken and agreed to raise the maximum time for the issue of certificates of studies at 40 days.
As the digitisation process remains incomplete, students who come from the University campus to take advantage of various services are provided more weight than before. Moving the investigation of compound meters Pareeksha Bhavan building at Tagore Niketan new built on the other side of National Highway 17 has made things much more difficult for students.
They must take the risk of crossing a busy highway and walk quite a distance from any service after assistance from the investigation section.
"Commuting between Tagore Niketan on one side of the campus and the administrative Block or Pareeksha Bhavan on the other hand is a matter of great inconvenience," said Hajara k. in 1st year Master Student Zoology Farook College.
A pedestrian crossing has been made recently in front of Tagore Niketan. But that does not negate the potential risk of an accident, when hundreds of students cross the busy highway on a daily basis in order to obtain services from the University.
However, despite chances to encounter in digitization, the University is moving forward with its reforms to get the institution with higher levels of growth.
Several awards have recently been instituted keeping students in mind.
"We need good results, of course. But that only will not count. In order to achieve the basic goal of education should be to create human beings in charge. We need good people, "said dr Salam, explaining the award" Moolyam Amoolyam "meant to strengthen and promote the system of values among students.