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Live News Update: Investigation started against registrar of BBMKU

Latest Updated 21/03/2024: On the instructions of Raj Bhavan, investigation has been started against BBMKU Registrar Dr Kaushal Kumar. Dr. Kaushal Kumar is the Registrar at BBMKU and also the University Representative at KSGM College, Dhanbad. Dr. Kaushal Kumar has been facing other charges including reinstatement of employees in KSGM College Nirsa.

After instructions from Raj Bhavan, BBMKU Vice Chancellor Prof. Pawan Kumar Poddar formed a three-member investigation committee under the leadership of DSW Dr. Pushpa Kumari. The investigation team includes Physics Department Head Dr. Rajendra Pratap Singh and Dr. Mantosh Kumar Pandey of PK Rai College. Before the investigation started, Dr. Kaushal Kumar has resigned from the university representative of KSGM College Nirsa. The investigation team of the university has started investigation at KSGM College Nirsa on Wednesday. Principal Prof. Took information about the matter from MC Ojha and other professors. Also looked at the documents related to the reinstatement of the employees. The members of the investigation team refused to divulge anything in the entire matter and said that the report will be submitted to the Vice Chancellor. According to the information, a person named Prashant and Amit have written a letter to the Governor cum Chancellor and complained.

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There have been allegations of irregularities in the appointment of employees in KSGM College. It is alleged that the employees have been appointed by ignoring the rules. When did the team come to the college to investigate the appointments? This question was also not answered.

After receiving the letter from Raj Bhavan, the university has formed a three-member inquiry committee to investigate the allegations related to KSGM College. The report of the inquiry committee will be sent to Raj Bhavan.